The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild making of video series gets a bonus episode

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If you’re wondering what the Breath of the Wild creators favourite in-game food is, or how the pixelated dubious food came about, your questions have been answered.

The three-part video series from Nintendo on the making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is something you should carve out some time for if you’re playing the game, or are a fan of the series in general.

And if you’ve already watched it, you’ll be pleased to know that Nintendo has released a bonus session, that you can watch above.

This is what your new Lara Croft looks like

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This is what your new Lara Croft looks like

The Tomb Raider film is being shot right now, and here’s a peek at the new Lara Croft.

Oscar winner Alicia Vikander is playing Lara Croft in 2018’s cinematic reboot, and here’s a first look at her in the role.

The synopsis describes Lara as “the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished when she was scarcely a teen.”

A non-exhaustive list of Mass Effect Andromeda improvements, if BioWare’s taking requests again this time

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A non-exhaustive list of Mass Effect Andromeda improvements, if BioWare’s taking requests again this time

Mass Effect 3 got a new ending, so why can’t Mass Effect Andromeda also change to meet our expectations?

“There are almost no meaningful choices in Mass Effect Andromeda. As long as you tick off major side content, every decision seems to boil down to a slightly different sequence of events in the final mission – if that.”

Mass Effect Andromeda is a huge game, and pretty absorbing once you get through the rough start, forgive the many bugs, and consign the fetch quests to the devil.

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City walkthrough – The Dreg Heap to Earthen Peak Ruins

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Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City walkthrough – The Dreg Heap to Earthen Peak Ruins

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City starts in The Dreg Heap, which – not to ruin it for you or anything – is not a very nice place.

This Dark Souls 3 walkthrough begins at the first bonfire of The Ringed City DLC, The Dreg Heap, and continues through to the second available bonfire, Earthen Peak Ruins.

Along the way it introduces a bunch of stuff The Ringed City introduces to Dark Souls 3 – notably enemies and weapons – and gathers every loot item we could see. It is part of our ever-growing Dark Souls 3 guide and walkthrough series, which also includes a complete guide to the Ashes of Ariandel DLC.

Now that Destiny 2 has been announced this weekend’s PC build, pre-order bonus and Xbox One beta rumours are more interesting

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Destiny 2 is all we care about today, apparently. What a shocking twist for VG247 dot com.

Many Destiny 2 rumours dropped this weekend, suspiciously close to Destiny 2’s official announcement, and Arekkz has rounded them all up.

First up, Italian website Lega Network posted a now-retracted article supposedly showing an image from an Italian Facebook page dedicated to Destiny 2. We don’t know if the Facebook page itself was official and posted early, or if i’s a fan page that got hold of something from a retail employee – or if perhaps the whole thing was complete bollocks from start to finish, so this one comes with a recommendation to add salt.

Dark Souls 3: how to access The Ringed City DLC

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Dark Souls 3: how to access The Ringed City DLC

Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City is waiting for you. Don’t let it get impatient.

Dark Souls 3 has a new DLC pack today, and if you’re ready to explore The Ringed City, go to it.

First things first, let’s make sure you actually have Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City DLC installed.

Here’s what you missed in the Destiny 2 reveal – and yes, that single image has a lot to tell us

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Destiny 2. The destruction of the Last City. The invasion of the Tower by the Cabal. Great big firey wings and a subclass that lets you hurl lightning spears. It’s all there, sort of.

Destiny 2 was officially “announced” earlier today. Of course we all knew a Destiny sequel was coming, but this is the first time Bungie or Activision have referred to the project with a title, and it suggests that the developer and publisher will soon begin actually talking about it.

Again, that’s not surprising, what with Destiny: Rise of Iron’s final event, Age of Triumph dropping this week, it will be very soon be time to look to the future. But just because this news is obvious doesn’t mean it’s not worth closer examination.