New Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid Trailer Reveals Lord Drakkon

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The newest Power Rangers console game, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, was announced toward the beginning of 2019. While information about the fighter has been scarce, a new trailer has revealed that a villain from the universe, Lord Drakkon, will be in the game.

Lord Drakkon is an older, much crueler version of Tommy Oliver from an alternate reality. He rules over his Earth with an iron fist. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid's take on Lord Drakkon seems to fit the description quite well. You can watch him in action in the new trailer below.

The barely-minute-long trailer sees Zordon warning the Rangers of "a great threat" named Lord Drakkon. After that, we see Drakkon battling the Green, Red, and Yellow Rangers, showing off some of the simple and more complex juggle strings he can perform in the game. We're left with a final message from Zordon: "Lord Drakkon will attempt to conquer existence." It's unclear whether Drakkon will be playable, but it's safe to assume he'll be an antagonist in the game nonetheless. It's also unclear how many villains will appear in Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, but we've learned that there are at least 11 more characters whose identities have yet to be revealed.

Kill la Kill: IF Is Coming To Europe

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Kill la Kill The Game: IF was revealed at Anime Expo 2018 with an impressive yet brief trailer that showed series protagonist Ryuko Matoi going up against series antagonist Satsuki Kiryuin. Publisher Arc System Works and developer APLUS have kept relatively quiet about the game, but thanks to a new Twitter post, we've now learned that the 3D fighter is heading to Europe and will be available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

According to the official Twitter account for PQube Games--the UK-based publisher responsible for distributing games like Guilty Gear, Cat Quest, and others--the forthcoming fighter based on Kazuki Nakashima's 2013 anime will land in Europe "later this year, with a new story from the original writer." This likely means Nakashima's contributing to the "untold story" the Anime Expo 2018 trailer teased.

ANNOUNCEMENT! We're very proud to say that we will be partnering with Arc System Works to release KILL la KILL - IF in Europe on PS4 and Switch! The game is coming out later this year, with a new story from the original writer, digitally and physically! #killlakill #killlakillif pic.twitter.com/JJEX3NvY4A

Game Writer Chris Avellone Finishes Work On Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

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Game designer and writer Chris Avellone has announced that he's finished up work on Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. He's also working on a secret project that may be announced in the next month.

Avellone is known as the writer behind several story-driven video games, including one of the most popular Star Wars titles ever made: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords. His more recent work includes Divinity: Original Sin II, Prey, and Into the Breach--the first of which made our top 10 games of 2017 list and the latter of which is one of our favorites for 2018. Avellone was also on the writing team at Obsidian for Fallout: New Vegas and he was the lead storyteller for Pathfinder: Kingmaker. Other than Jedi Fallen Order and his secret, unannounced project, Avellone's future work also includes Dying Light 2.

I can't say 100% b/c of NDAs, but the ones I can say: I just finished up work with Jedi: The Fallen Order - and beyond that, there's another big bomb dropping in a month! Er, I mean, maybe. Ahem.

KOTOR 2 Writer Finishes Work On Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

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Game designer and writer Chris Avellone has announced that he's finished up work on Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. He's also working on a secret project that may be announced in the next month.

Avellone is known as the writer behind several story-driven video games, including one of the most popular Star Wars titles ever made: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords. His more recent work includes Divinity: Original Sin II, Prey, and Into the Breach--the first of which made our top 10 games of 2017 list and the latter of which is one of our favorites for 2018. Avellone was also on the writing team at Obsidian for Fallout: New Vegas and he was the lead storyteller for Pathfinder: Kingmaker. Other than Jedi Fallen Order and his secret, unannounced project, Avellone's future work also includes Dying Light 2.

I can't say 100% b/c of NDAs, but the ones I can say: I just finished up work with Jedi: The Fallen Order - and beyond that, there's another big bomb dropping in a month! Er, I mean, maybe. Ahem.

Fallout 76's Beer-Brewing Crafting System Further Detailed

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Bethesda has some big content updates in store for Fallout 76 this year, starting with this month's Wild Appalachia expansion. That is slated to kick off on March 12 and will introduce some new content to the online RPG, most notably a Brewing and Distilling system, which the developer further has further detailed in its latest Inside the Vault post.

As part of a new quest called Wasted on Nukashine, players will be able to construct a Brewing Station for their CAMP. As you can imagine, the Brewing Station will give you the ability to craft a variety of different alcoholic drinks, from beer to various wines. These will provide a temporary buff when drunk, but Bethesda warns that they will also "bring a drawback and, just like real life, will result in a mild hangover."

Depending on what type of drink you're trying to make, you'll be able to increase their potency by letting them ferment longer. Wines and Spirits in particular will require a longer fermentation time than other drinks, but they can also change from "fresh" to "vintage" if aged long enough, imbuing them with additional properties.