Sekiro: Where To Find Every Shinobi Prosthetic Tool

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Sekiro: Where To Find Every Shinobi Prosthetic Tool


Taking on enemies and bosses in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is always about clashing swords and carefully parrying, striking, and dodging enemy attacks. Often, though, you have another secret weapon in your arsenal: the Shinobi Prosthetic, a special prosthetic arm that lets you grapple to ledges. As you work through Sekiro, you can find other tools for your prosthetic, and often these can give you a big advantage in battle.

You don't just get most Shinobi Prosthetic tools as you complete the game, though. As in From Software's other titles, these special weapons usually require you to seek them out or complete special tasks. Some you can purchase, some you'll find hidden off the beaten path, and some come from taking down tough bosses. To get them all, you'll need to search everywhere.

If you're missing any prosthetics, we've got you covered--here's what you need to know to find every single one. And should you need more help, you can check out the rest of our Sekiro guides, including 14 tips to stop dying so much, and how to beat the Chained Ogre, Jozou the Drunkard, and the Blazing Bull.

Apple Arcade: Games, Release Date Window, Subscription Details, And What We Know

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Apple is expanding its presence in the games industry. At an event where it also announced Apple TV Plus, the company unveiled a new game subscription service called Apple Arcade, which sounds almost like Apple's take on Xbox Game Pass. It's one of a variety of subscription-based services Apple will offer consumers, with others including Apple News Plus and the aforementioned TV Plus. With free-to-play games largely dominating the mobile games space, with a few notable exceptions such as Minecraft, Arcade effectively serves as a way to highlight and distribute premium games in a new way.

Below we've gathered everything we know about Apple Arcade, including its release date window, what games are confirmed for the service, and more. Be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more new details regarding Apple Arcade.

Apple Arcade is the tech giant's gaming subscription service designed for mobile, desktop, and the living room. It takes the form of a monthly subscription that provides unlimited access to a curated selection of paid games on the App Store. It's not totally unlike Xbox Game Pass, although Arcade games will offer full access to all updates and DLC.

Apple Arcade: Games, Release Date, Subscription Details, And What We Know

about X hours ago from

Apple unveiled a new subscription service called Apple Arcade during a recent press conference. It's but one of the various big subscription services the tech giant is offering focusing on supplying consumers with top-tier quality across a variety of entertainment mediums.

Below we've gathered everything we know about Apple Arcade, including its release date, what games are on the service, and more. Be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more new details regarding Apple Arcade.

Apple Arcade is the tech giant's gaming subscription service designed for mobile, desktop, and the living room. It takes the form of a monthly subscription that provides unlimited access to a curated selection of paid games on the App Store.

Apple Arcade: Release Date, Games, Subscription Details, And What We Know

about X hours ago from

Apple unveiled a new subscription service called Apple Arcade during a recent press conference. It's but one of the various big subscription services the tech giant is offering focusing on supplying consumers with top-tier quality across a variety of entertainment mediums.

Below we've gathered everything we know about Apple Arcade, including its release date, what games are on the service, and more. Be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more new details regarding Apple Arcade.

Apple Arcade is the tech giant's gaming subscription service designed for mobile, desktop, and the living room. It takes the form of a monthly subscription that provides unlimited access to a curated selection of paid games on the App Store.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Reveal Coming Soon; Plus Clone Wars Sneak Peak

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The official panel schedule for this year's Star Wars Celebration has been announced. As a result, we now know the world premiere of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be in Chicago on Saturday, April 13 at 11:30 AM PT / 1:30 PM CDT / 2:30 PM ET / 6:30 PM GMT. However, of all the events being streamed at Star Wars Celebration, the Jedi Fallen Order panel doesn't seem to be one of them.

In a blog post, the description for the panel says Respawn Entertainment CEO Vince Zampella and Jedi Fallen Order game director Stig Asmussen will discuss "how Respawn and Lucasfilm collaborated on this original Star Wars story," one that follows "a young Padawan’s journey in the Dark Times following Order 66. There will be "a few surprises" as well. Whether this is a trailer, a gameplay reveal, or something else entirely remains to be seen. We have our own hopes for what we want to see in Jedi Fallen Order, but we'll have to wait for the Star Wars Celebration to see if any are confirmed.

The day before, Star Wars Celebration will have a panel that offers a sneak peak at Vader Immortal. The upcoming VR game is an "immersive descent into Darth Vader’s fiery Mustafar fortress." Vader Immortal is a launch title for the new Oculus Quest headset, telling a brand-new story in the Star Wars universe that takes place in-between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope.

New Five Nights At Freddy's Game Revealed, Bringing The Series To VR

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Just when you thought the Five Nights at Freddy's horror series had reached its end, here comes a new installment that'll be out soon. Revealed during Sony's inaugural State of Play livestream, the Five Nights franchise will be making its debut on PS4 with Five Nights At Freddy's VR: Help Wanted, along with releases on Steam and the Oculus Store. In addition to being the series' debut on a console, it's also the first time the series will be playable in VR, which adds a whole new spin on the standard hide-and-seek gameplay that made it such a hit.


Developed by Steel Wool Games, Help Wanted remasters several past levels from the previous Five Nights games for the VR format. Playable with both the PlayStation move controllers and the standard DualShock, you'll be able to solve puzzles and evade the murderous animatronics--all within VR. Though the game is structurally the same and uses a lot of classic levels and returning monsters, it overhauls many encounters with the band of nightmarish animatronics from Freddy FazzBear's Pizzeria.