Dante’s return in Devil May Cry 5 is the real deal – hands-on

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Dante’s return in Devil May Cry 5 is the real deal – hands-on

Dante has always been a charmer, but there’s something especially cool about how the seasoned hero appears in Devil May Cry 5.

“Don’t send a boy to do a man’s job,” he quips to DMC newcomer V at one point – and there’s something knowingly earned about that swagger. It almost feels self-aware, like he knows he’s been away for too long and is about to be welcomed back by his adoring fans. He wears that slightly rubbish, fluffy facial hair in the way only a man who knows he’s already god damn cool can.

After a decent full-level hands-on with an upgraded Dante in Devil May Cry 5, we’re proud to report that he is absolutely the real deal. Devil May Cry 5 is built for the fans, its developers say, but Dante is the member of the cast who is clearly most prominently made for those with an existing love for the series.

Destiny 2 Forsaken: How Bungie built The Dreaming City

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Destiny 2 creators Bungie have detailed the thinking, process and creation of The Dreaming City, Destiny 2 Forsaken’s endgame destination.

In this 50 minute panel from EGX 2018, DeeJ (moderator), Steve Cotton (game director), Mallory Schleif (writer), Andrew Hopps (world artist) and Tom Farnsworth (activity designer) discuss their roles on the development of The Dreaming City, how it’s built for the Guardians and how they filled it with new content.

“Destiny’s first endgame destination was created to serve the hobby of being a Guardian,” said Bungie. “After the campaign ended, we wanted open a whole new realm filled with mysteries and challenges – all the things that make Destiny interesting over a longer timeline. Many disciplines worked together to bring this new place to life.”

Shadow of the Tomb Raider day-one patch removed an alternate post-credit scene

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Looks like the day one patch for Shadow of the Tomb Raider removed one of the possible endings for the game.

When Shadow of the Tomb Raider released last week, a day one patch accompanied it.

Turns out, the patch did more than just apply a few fixes, it also removed a post-credit scene which was one of the possible endings to the game.

Super Mario Party – check out this video with clips from all mini-games

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Super Mario Party is out in just a couple of weeks and today, you can have a look at clips from all 80 mini-games.

Switch users will soon be able to get their hands on Super Mario Party, and if you want an idea of what to expect beforehand, this new video will give you a grand taste.

The video is around 16 minutes long, and was posted by YouTube channel Mario Party Legacy  (thanks, Nintendo Everything).

Arca’s Path VR hits all major virtual reality platforms on December 4

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Arca’s Path VR has a release date set for December.

Arca’s Path VR will be released on all major virtual reality platforms on December 4.

In the Dream Reality Interactive developed VR title, published by Rebellion, players use their gaze to navigate a mysterious world. As a young girl, the player will be thrust into a rather lovely world to explore; however, the further down the path they travel, the beauty “crumbles and the road turns more treacherous.”

The Walking Dead studio Telltale Games hit with significant layoffs ahead of closure

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The Walking Dead studio Telltale Games hit with significant layoffs ahead of closure

Telltale Games has laid off a significant number of staff with only 25 out of 250 remaining.

Earlier reports stated the studio had shut its doors, but a new report from The Verge states this is not the case just yet. A small number of employees remain at Telltale Games, but that won’t be the case for much longer.

Reports state once Telltale finishes up with the last episode of The Walking Dead Season: The Final Season, it will close it doors.

Destiny 2: Xur location and inventory, September 21-24

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Destiny 2: Xur location and inventory, September 21-24

It’s that time of the week again, Destiny 2 players: our boy Xur has returned.

Xur has new inventory available once again in Destiny 2, and the Exotic weapon this week is a good one.

Nessus is where you will find Xur this week, hanging around Watcher’s Grave.

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam update adds 64-player campaign mode

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Tripwire Interactive and Antimatter Games have released a new update for Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.

A new update available for Rising Storm 2: Vietnam has added a 64-player campaign mode, which allows players to choose between Northern or Southern forces.

Following a beta and out now on Steam, players will “fight for control” of key territories from 1965 through 1975. Forces and weapon availability will vary depending upon the year.

Destiny 2 Breakthrough mode arrives next week with new maps

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Destiny 2 Breakthrough mode arrives next week with new maps

Destiny 2 Breakthrough mode will arrive next week alongside the Weekly Reset.

Bungie announced overnight the new Crucible game mode Breakthrough, revealed in July, will be made available in Destiny 2 on September 25.

It will be made available to all Destiny 2 players whether they own Forsaken or not. There will also be new maps crafted to complement the game type. These maps are: Equinox, Firebase Echo, and The Citadel.