It’s been 20 years since the launch of Pokemon Yellow in Japan, and in that time the creature-collecting franchise has evolved quite a bit. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee revisit the enhanced, Pikachu-focused take on Pokemon Red and Blue, and while Game Freak’s remake is largely faithful to the Game Boy classic, not everything's the same.
Ubisoft and winemaker Lot18 have announced that they will be producing a limited-edition collection of wine based on the main characters and locations of various Assassin's Creed titles.
Each bottle will have a specially designed label that features one of six assassins - Assassin's Creed II's Ezio Auditore, Assassin's Creed Origins' Bayek of Siwa, Assassin's Creed's Altaïr Ibn-La'ahad, Assassin's Creed Unity's Arno Dorian, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation' Aveline de Grandpré, and Assassin's Creed III's Connor.
What's up, everybody! Sydnee here, and tomorrow, November 16, starting at 2pm PT/5pm ET/10pm UK (November 17 at 9am AET) I'm streaming Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu.
I'm stoked to jump back into Kanto and check out the change in catching wild Pokemon. Won't you join me?
Sony dropped a bombshell on Game Informer today – on the 5th anniversary of the PS4’s launch, no less – telling the magazine that they’d be skipping E3 2019. No press conference. No booth. Nothing. The competition was quick to pounce, of course, with Xbox tweeting, “We can't wait to see you all at @E3 2019.” But look past the drama and the social media banter. Why is Sony doing this? What is its goal? The company has attended E3 in each of the convention’s 24 years. The decision to stop doing that is not one that’s made lightly. We’ve got three theories as to why Sony took this bold step.
For the past day and a half, Fallout 76 has been live and mostly stable. Since it’s officially out, survivors have started flooding into post-apocalyptic West Virginia, and now that I’m sitting pretty at level 25, I’ve had a good chance to get a feel for how the full release compares to the lengthy beta… and my immediate reaction is that almost nothing has changed with regard to the content or polish of Fallout 76. As we all should have learned by now, “It’s just the beta, they’ll fix it for launch” is far from a guarantee.
Because of this, my lengthy beta impressions below still hold true and can be considered valid thoughts on the launched version. But for the full review I’ve switched platforms from my Xbox One X to PC to coordinate with more friends to try to get the most out of the social elements and reach the end-game nuclear missile gameplay more efficiently. The race to get there by Thanksgiving is on!