Final Fantasy XIV Online Shadowbringers Expansion: New Race, Job, Raid, Trailer, Screens, And More Revealed At Fan Fest

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Final Fantasy XIV Online Shadowbringers Expansion: New Race, Job, Raid, Trailer, Screens, And More Revealed At Fan Fest

The 2019 Final Fantasy Fan Fest in Tokyo began today with a keynote address from game director Naoki Yoshida, and the 90-minute briefing was packed with news and insight on the new Shadowbringers expansion for Final Fantasy XIV coming out later this year. Perhaps the biggest news was the announcement of a new Job. The new Job is Dancer.

As the name suggests, Dancer uses dance moves, in a way, to combat their enemies. Performing dances executes certain abilities, while some specific dances buff nearby party members.

Dancer is a ranged DPS Job, and its main arm is used for throwing weapons. It has no associated class, according to Square Enix, and you'll be able to start using Dancer at level 60.

Jordan Peele's Us Movie: Ending Explained And All Your Questions Answered

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Jordan Peele's Us Movie: Ending Explained And All Your Questions Answered

Wait, what just happened?

In our review, we called out Us's horror pedigree. "If Get Out was a victim of the 'is it really horror?' question, Jordan Peele made sure Us wouldn't fall for the same trick. This is a horror movie through and through, full of references to everything from Friday the 13th and Night of the Living Dead to more recent fare like Black Swan."

But for all that Jordan Peele's latest movie straddles horror genre lines, it's also arguably a pretty intense mystery. It's full of puzzling questions and riddles drenched in symbolism laid out for audiences to work through. It's definitely the sort of movie you'll need to process a little once you've seen it--and we think that's a great thing

So naturally, that means we also we left the theater with some burning questions--everything from just what the movie is really about, to who the villains actually are. We did our best to find all the answers we could--though some required a little more thinking than others.

Obviously, major Us spoilers from here on out, so please, watch yourself.

Sekiro Guide: Essential Tips To Help You Stop Dying So Much

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Sekiro Guide: Essential Tips To Help You Stop Dying So Much


Like previous FromSoftware games, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice's difficulty can be demoralizing at times. To help you become more competent with the game's difficult systems, we've compiled several tips to help you be the best shinobi you can be.

For more Sekiro guides, check out our guide detailing how death works in the game, as well as how to cure Dragonrot. You can also read about where to find some essential early game shinobi prosthetics. Otherwise, check out our guide roundup.

GameSpot gave Sekiro a 9/10 with Editor Tamoor Hussain saying in his review in progress: "Sekiro marries From Software's unique brand of gameplay with stealth action to deliver an experience that is as challenging as it is gratifying. At the time of publish I haven't completed Sekiro. While I have invested upwards of 30 hours into it, there are still a few more locations I need to explore and bosses I need to beat before the credits roll, and I'm excited to do it."

Got any essential tips you don't see? Let us know in the comments below.

Like previous FromSoftware games, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice's difficulty can be demoralizing at times. To help you become more competent with the game's difficult systems, we've compiled several tips to help you be the best shinobi you can be.

Pokemon Go: Two New Shiny Pokemon Debuting Next Week In Limited Research Event

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Next week is shaping up to be a busy one for Pokemon Go players. In addition to Giratina's return to Raid Battles, Niantic has announced a new Limited Research event, which will give players their first opportunity to catch two new Shiny Pokemon.

The event takes place on Saturday, March 30, and runs from 11 AM to 8 PM local time. During those hours, Pokemon that are affected by weather conditions, such as Castform, will appear more frequently in the wild. You'll also receive special Field Research tasks from Poke Stops, which will culminate in encounters with Lotad.

On top of that, the Shiny forms of Lotad and Castform will appear during the event, marking the first time either has been available in Pokemon Go. Niantic is also adding the move Weather Ball for Castform permanently to the game. You can read more details about the new Limited Research event on the official Pokemon Go website.

Pokemon Go: Two New Shiny Pokemon Debuting In Limited Research Event Next Week

about X hours ago from

Next week is shaping up to be a busy one for Pokemon Go players. In addition to Giratina's return to Raid Battles, Niantic has announced a new Limited Research event, which will give players their first opportunity to catch two new Shiny Pokemon.

The event takes place on Saturday, March 30, and runs from 11 AM to 8 PM local time. During those hours, Pokemon that are affected by weather conditions, such as Castform, will appear more frequently in the wild. You'll also receive special Field Research tasks from Poke Stops, which will culminate in encounters with Lotad.

On top of that, the Shiny forms of Lotad and Castform will appear during the event, marking the first time either has been available in Pokemon Go. Niantic is also adding the move Weather Ball for Castform permanently to the game. You can read more details about the new Limited Research event on the official Pokemon Go website.