Sekiro: How To Beat Juzou The Drunkard

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Sekiro: How To Beat Juzou The Drunkard

The Hirata Estate level early in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a great place to learn how to deal with multiple kinds of enemies. It gives you several new Shinobi Prosthetic tools, lets you fight and stealth a bunch of different kinds of fighters, and puts you up against a couple of mid-bosses and a boss to teach you techniques you'll use for the rest of the game. Until you learn those techniques, though, Hirata can be pretty tough--especially when you face Juzou The Drunkard, a mid-boss who has a lot of backup.

You'll find the huge Juzou right before you get to the last portion of Hirata Estate, where he guards the way forward. He's got a bunch of regular fighters protecting him, and requires two deathblows to beat, making him a tough enemy to best. The good news is, there are a lot of ways to get the upper hand over Juzou if you're quick, careful, and patient. You can even get help battling him.

Here's everything you need to know to bring down Juzou The Drunk without getting wrecked repeatedly in the process. We've got plenty of other Sekiro guides as well, including one that'll help you find some key early-game Shinobi Prosthetics, tips for beginners and to die less, a rundown of what the deal is with Dragon Rot, Rot Essence, and Unseen Aid, and a guide for beating other tough fights, like the Chained Ogre and Blazing Bull.

No Man's Sky VR Announced As Second Pillar Of Beyond Expansion

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No Man's Sky is getting another large-scale update, and this one is different. A "No Man's Sky VR" update is scheduled for this summer, which will add free support for PlayStation VR and Steam VR. Hello Games boasts that this is the entire game brought into VR rather than a separate mode.

According to the announcement, this is the second major pillar to the Beyond expansion that Hello Games previously announced. The first pillar is a major overhaul to its online play, and a third pillar is yet to be announced. Though Beyond is scheduled for all platforms, Beyond will get a PS4-exclusive retail release. That will include the base game with all updates, including Beyond and its VR support.

The online update of Beyond is said to add features that will allow players to meet up and play together more easily. Though it will make the game more MMO-like, Hello has cautioned that it won't be monetized like one. The update will be free, it won't have microtransactions, and it won't require a subscription to play online (other than your regular Xbox Live Gold or PS Plus subscription).

Iron Man VR Game For PS4 Announced

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Sony has announced a new Iron Man video game. Called Iron Man VR, the game puts you behind the visor of the Iron Avenger, allowing you fly amongst the clouds and blast baddies. We didn't get too many details about the new game, other than you'll have Friday--one of Iron Man's virtual assistants--offer combat and mission support during gameplay. This story is developing...

Iron Man PlayStation VR Game Announced, Coming This Year

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Sony has announced a new Iron Man video game. Called Iron Man VR, the game puts you behind the visor of the Iron Avenger, allowing you fly amongst the clouds and blast baddies. The announcement trailer for the game can be seen above.

Iron Man VR is being developed by Camouflaj, a developer that previously created Republique and its VR port. In a blog post, Camouflaj director Ryan Payton wrote that his team is looking to create "a deeply personal, and appropriately funny, narrative" in Iron Man VR that sees Tony confront "ghosts from his past."

We didn't get too many details about Iron Man VR, other than you'll have Friday--one of Iron Man's virtual assistants--offer combat and mission support during gameplay. Anyone who's been keeping up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe might recognize Friday as the assistant that Tony uploads into his suit after his previous assistant, Jarvis, evolved to become Vision during the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Iron Man PlayStation VR Game Revealed, Releases In 2019

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Sony has announced a new Iron Man video game for PS4. Called Marvel's Iron Man VR, the game puts you behind the visor of the Iron Avenger, allowing you fly amongst the clouds and blast baddies via a PlayStation VR headset. The announcement trailer for the game can be seen above.

Iron Man VR is being developed by Camouflaj, a developer that previously created Republique and its VR port. In a blog post, Camouflaj director Ryan Payton wrote that his team is looking to create "a deeply personal, and appropriately funny, narrative" in Iron Man VR that sees Tony confront "ghosts from his past."

We didn't get too many details about Iron Man VR's gameplay, other than you'll have Friday--one of Iron Man's virtual assistants--offer combat and mission support during gameplay. Anyone who's been keeping up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe might recognize Friday as the assistant that Tony uploads into his suit after his previous assistant, Jarvis, evolved to become Vision during the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Today Only: Huge Sale At Ebay On Games, Consoles, And More (Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

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As we all know, gaming isn't one of the cheaper hobbies out there--between games, headsets, monitors, merchandise, and other accessories, it's a passion you can easily pour thousands of dollars into over the years. Luckily, there's a sale going on at Ebay right now that can save you hundreds of dollars on games and gaming equipment as part of the website's 16 Days of Sweet Deals sale. These offers will only be available today (and supplies are selling out fast!), so grab these deals ASAP if you see something you want.

One of the most notable deals is this Xbox One X bundle with NBA 2K19 that comes with an extra Xbox wireless controller. Normally, an Xbox One X bundle sells for $500, and a black wireless controller would cost you another $60, but Ebay's deal will get you both for only $370.

If you've been needing a new gaming headset, this HyperX Cloud II headset with 7.1 surround sound is on sale for $60, a 14% price cut. The well-rated headset comes with a noise-canceling microphone and automatic echo filtering; plus, the memory foam ear pads make it lightweight and comfortable on your head. Its USB surround sound card is compatible with PC, Mac, and PS4; to use it with Xbox One, you'll need a headset adapter from Microsoft. While many pro headsets will cost you well over $100, the HyperX Cloud II is a solid and affordable option.

Apple TV Plus Originals: All The Exclusive Shows Apple Announced At Its Latest Keynote

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Apple TV Plus Originals: All The Exclusive Shows Apple Announced At Its Latest Keynote

Move over Netflix.

Apple announced Apple TV+, the company's new subscription TV service that includes original shows, at its March 25 event.

After discussing Apple News Plus and a game subscription service called Apple Arcade, Apple CEO Tim Cook turned his attention to the next evolution of Apple TV. They shared plenty of new details about the new service, including inviting several actors and creators onstage to share their new original shows.

These shows are exclusive to Apple TV+, an ad free subscription service launching this fall. The service will be available online and offline across all Apple devices, and Apple promised new movies and shows every month, available in 100 plus countries. For more on Apple TV Plus check out our sister site CNET, and keep scrolling for a look at all the new exclusive shows Apple announced.

Apple announced Apple TV+, the company's new subscription TV service that includes original shows, at its March 25 event.

After discussing Apple News Plus and a game subscription service called Apple Arcade, Apple CEO Tim Cook turned his attention to the next evolution of Apple TV. They shared plenty of new details about the new service, including inviting several actors and creators onstage to share their new original shows.