Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands character creator lets you play as own characters

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands‘ character creator will let fans play as their own customized characters for the first time in the Borderlands franchise. Who thought that it’d take a Borderlands spin-off before we get to self-insert ourselves in the games? That’s exactly what’s happening in Gearbox Software’s next title, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Essentially a spin-off spinning off simply because of the success of a single DLC campaign, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep for Borderlands 2, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will see the titular character once again DM-ing for a party of adventurers. And just like your usual tabletop RPG games, you get to create and customize your own character for this adventure.
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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Teases Post-Launch Plans

When Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl releases next month, the game will have 20 playable fighters to start with, spanning a number of beloved franchises. However, it seems that developer Ludosity has plans for the game beyond its debut. In a new interview with Game Informer, Ludosity CEO Joel Nystrom revealed that two more fighters will follow soon after All-Star Brawl's launch, and "additional DLC characters will be revealed after that." That's promising news for any fan that might not see their favorite make the final cut. Nystrom also revealed another update that might be added in the future: voice-acting.
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Fan-Made Trailer Rekindles Waluigi Smash Support

In March of 2018, Nintendo shocked the world with the announcement of Super Smash Bros Ultimate, the fifth game in the iconic fighting series. Later that year the game’s director Masahiro Sakurai presented a character trailer that would show “some” fighters that would be appearing in the game. During said trailer, it quickly became apparent that the prayers of so many Smash fans had been answered when roughly halfway through the screen said, “Everyone Is Here!” The simple statement became a tagline for the game and while millions of Nintendo fans rejoiced a small few were left wondering if their favorite purple-loving anti-hero would be making his debut.

Pac-Man 99 gains free Tank Battalion theme

Pac-Man 99 has gone live with its latest theme, with players now being able to claim a design based on Tank Battalion. It’s a completely free download. Tank Battalion follows Hopping Mappy and Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti as the latest free themes in Pac-Man 99. A ton of other designs are available, including Baraduke, Bravoman, Cosmo Gang the Video, Dig Dug, Dragon Buster, Galaga, Namco Classics 1-5, New Rally-X, Rolling Thunder, The Genji and the Heike Clans, The Legend of “Valkyrie”, The Return of Ishtar, The Tower of Druaga, Wonder Momo, Xevious, and Yokai Dochuki.

Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Prince’s Edition Now Out on Switch

Nintendo Switch Version To Feature All DLC, Bonus Equipment, and Prince’s Equipment Pack. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Prince’s Edition is now available on the Nintendo Switch for $60.00 USD. This game is the direct sequel to Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, which is also available on the Switch. Since the version released is the Prince’s Edition, it releases with all DLC expansions and the Prince’s equipment pack.

Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition

2017's open-world machine-hunting Horizon Zero Dawn now has a brand new PlayStation 5 patch so let's revisit Aloy's debut adventure. Having recently played the phenomenal Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut, I was delighted to see that Horizon Zero Dawn was getting a PS5 upgrade of its own. However, I never played it before so I figured I'd check out the Complete Edition and let me tell you; I've been missing out on one epic adventure. In fact, Horizon Zero Dawn is rather similar to Ghost of Tsushima in that you explore a large overworld while uncovering fog, stealthily sneak around enemy-infested areas, collect materials for upgrades, and take on enemies with a mix of melee and long-range attacks. With that being said, they're still very different-feeling games yet both are undoubtedly awesome.

PS4 and PS5 Stealing New Xbox Exclusive Next Week

Both the PS4 and the PS5 are stealing an Xbox console exclusive off the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. More specifically, developer Piranha Games and publisher Sold Out have announced that the former's action game, MechWarrior 5: Mecenaries -- which just came to Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X back in May -- is coming to both generations of PlayStation consoles next week on September 23, where it will cost $30, the same price it is on other platforms. Meanwhile, the pair also relayed word that the PS4 and PS5 release of the game will be accompanied by the launch of new DLC, dubbed Heroes of the Inner Sphere, and that the PS5 version, in particular, will support the adaptive triggers and advanced haptics of the console's fancy DualSense controller.

‘God of War’ veteran moves to ‘Middle-Earth’ and ‘F.E.A.R’ developer

Warner Bros Games has announced that David Hewitt, part of the team behind rebooting God of War, has been appointed as studio head at Monolith Productions. As first reported by, Hewitt has a career spanning over 20 years. In that time, he was director of product development at Sony Santa Monica, and spent 10 years at other roles within PlayStation including working as a game design manager, senior producer, and senior managing producer. He has also held lead designer positions at Tantalus Interactive and Ratbag Games.

Goatboy’s Warhammer 40K: Will Black Templar’s Cure My Marine Blues?

Goatboy is back with some thoughts on the upcoming Black Templar’s releases because apparently we marine releases every few months. Goatboy here and it looks like will be seeing more Black Armored Marines chained up to their bolters/chainswords and screaming about death to Mitch or something. It’s been a long time since dancing around Armageddon. After languishing as a small “supplement” in a campaign book we finally see the Black Templars getting the expansive DLC all the other Marines got. That’s right – Codex Supplement: Black Templar Vanilla Primaris Protein Powder coming to hit the table top.

Is Marvel Taking Over The Gaming Industry?

The Marvel Avenger game was a surprise because it was one of the worst games released over the past couple of years. However, it is going through a kind of redemption with its free DLC, with Black Panther being a bigger success than initially thought. It even looks like the success of Black Panther in Marvel Avengers has given the game a bit more of a future.

The Elder Scrolls Online: First Game to Use Nvidia DLAA Technology

A recent livestream showed off the upcoming Deadlands area in a new DLC package for The Elder Scrolls Online, while also talking about the new DLAA tech from Nvidia. Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing is ready to make its first appearance – and it might come as a surprise that an MMORPG will be its first stage. DLAA works similarly to DLSS, which will also be featuring on The Elder Scrolls Online. DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) runs games at lower resolution to boost framerates, and uses AI to upscale visuals and make up for the lost resolution. In contrast, Nvidia DLAA retains native resolution but uses AI upscaling to improve visual fidelity. While DLSS is meant to improve performance, DLAA makes the game look even better.

G-Shock unveils its mech-inspired Full Metal 5000

G-Shock has unveiled another titanium version of their Full Metal 5000 with the GMW-B5000TVA-1 Titanium Virtual Armor. The watch gets a mech-inspired update with laser-engraved branding throughout the entire watch and a blacked-out DLC finish on the case and bracelet. The watch also features a sapphire crystal face, shock resistance, 200M water resistance, solar charging, and Bluetooth Smartphone Link for automatically adjusting the time via your smartphone's internet connection anywhere in the world.

How to get the Plasma Cutter in Fallout 76

There is a weapon hiding among us in Fallout 76 that stands out since it was included in the Steel Dawn update, Plasma Cutter. While it may not look like much, it is as powerful as some of the two-handed weapons in the game. Plasma Cutter also gets the benefit of dealing both physical and energy damage. On top of that, mods can make it so this weapon deals elemental damage. What isn’t to love about that?

Elder Scrolls Online Will Get Facelift With Nvidia’s DLAA Technology

Elder Scrolls Online Will Get a Facelift After Seven Years. Zenimax Online Studios first released Elder Scrolls Online, an MMORPG, in 2014 and allowed players to journey through Tamriel. The company has released a ton of content for Elder Scrolls Online over the years including expansions and DLC packs featuring new dungeons, raids and more. Via its livestream and tweets from its Lead Graphics Engineer, it has been confirmed that Elder Scrolls Online will be the first game to utilize Nvidia’s Deep Learning Anti Aliasing (DLAA) technology.
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'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate': Insider Reveals Exciting DLC News

"Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" has been confirmed to receive one final DLC character sometime this year. While Nintendo has not yet revealed the identity of this last character, fans may now have an idea where it would come from. The supposed latest information about the final DLC character of "Super...

Here's a list of free games to add to your collection this month

Download this: There are always free games to be found on the various online marketplaces. There's a plethora to choose between, from major studio titles to someone making something in their garage. This list is a small sampling of those games and links to find more. Peruse these offerings to find something new to try out in your free time, with more coming every month!

Call of Duty: Vanguard Leaker Reveals Return of Two Fan-Favorite Maps

A new Call of Duty: Vanguard report has possibly leaked the return of two fan-favorite maps. The report comes the way of prominent Call of Duty insider and leaker, Tom Henderson, who recently took to Twitter to relay word of two maps Vanguard will have when it releases on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X this November.