Amid the JRPG grind, you may be ready for a well-earned break with some Tales of Arise fishing. You can spend nearly just as much time hunting for all of the fishing spots and fish in Tales of Arise as you will fighting Zugles. It also comes with its own rewards, too. There are fishing quests to complete and 44 fish to find across the world, with better rods and lures as your prizes.
SNK vs Capcom: The Match of the Millennium (we’ll call it MoM for short) was originally released more than 20 years ago on the Neo Geo Pocket Color, and again earlier this year on the Nintendo Switch. Now this fun retro throwback comes to PC players via Steam. If you follow me at all, you know that I reviewed the Switch version of the game earlier this year, which you can read here.
Monster Hunter Rise PC demo is finally out on October 13, but PC gamers who prefer to play with a controller are having a bit of a problem with the game. For some reason, their gamepads aren’t being detected by Steam and cannot navigate through the game once it launches. If you’re one of those guys, here’s a tip to fix your controller woes.
Despot's Game: Dystopian Army Builder is a brand new release from Konfa Games and tinybuild that sees you command a bunch of naked people and send them through a strange post-apocalyptic labyrinth. Note: personal purchase. Like in Loop Hero, you have no direct control during combat you just watch it...
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Gaming services in the cloud are really making their way, and entering our mobiles and tablets as a way to enjoy the great launches of the year without having to connect to a television. Now, this streaming mode has a small drawback, which is having to go everywhere with a gamepad in tow. To make our work easier, there are accessories capable of anchoring that control knob to the phone to configure it as if it were a portable console, but to take a quick game of a few minutes on the bus, it is too much paraphernalia. So we only have the option to manage the game through the touch panel of our screen. Stadia is updated on iOS Thus, making the leap from a physical control to another touch is not so easy because it is not enough to put on the screen a layout of buttons equivalent to that of all those who have the physical control, but it is a job more laborious that has to do with the possibility of controlling with gestures what happens on the screen. And that’s just what Stadia has just announced that iPhone and iPad users can now enjoy. As they have published from the game platform itself, the touch control in Stadia was inaugurated last August for Android users so now, two months later, it is time for gamers on the sidewalk to enjoy it from Apple. And it is, essentially, a completely different way of handling a game by “touching, sliding and pinching the screen”. For now we can test it with “Humankind”, which is a strategy and management title that is perfect for this type of touch control. Unfortunately, as long as someone does not think of an infallible and precise method, all 3D action developments, what has always been called shooters, have a difficult time adapting to these touch controls that, as you can see on the screen, are designed to use one, two or three fingers at a time to move the maps, select units or facilities and choose the management option that we want at all times. Stadia is a cloud gaming platform that this month has added the Ubisoft + subscription, a flat rate with all the news from the French company in recent years for 17.99 euros per month. What includes the just released Far Cry 6 with a really complete Ultimate Edition. >
Nintendo's Wii U console may be remembered for being the most disappointing hardware that the company put out since the headache-inducing VirtualBoy 3D, but during the five years that it was up for sale, it was also home to some of the best games ever produced on any Nintendo console. The console itself resembled an ugly brick that was devoid of Nintendo flair, the Gamepad was a bulky controller that didn't translate well to regular gaming experiences, and third-party developers were quick to jump ship in an era dominated by the Xbox one and PlayStation 4. That said, the handheld tablet approach probably influenced the Nintendo Switch's hybrid design. In that respect, we can thank the Wii U for walking so the Switch could run. But the Wii U at its best is a console that's still worth celebrating. Here are our picks for the 15 best Wii U games, in alphabetical order. A decent number of these games are easily attainable on Nintendo Switch nowadays, so we've included links to the Switch version (if available) below each entry.
As part of a publishing campaign that will be announcing a new Star Wars product every Tuesday through to the end of the year, Disney and Lucasfilm are teasing the announcement of a new Star Wars game for December. This announcement was made on the official Star Wars website. On...
Google keeps on adding features to its cloud gaming service Stadia, even though at one point many thought that it would be sharing the destiny of countless Google experiments and drift into oblivion. This time around, Google is adding a cool little feature to iPhones and iPads, and it has...
Disney and Lucasfilm have expected the announcement of a brand new online game from Superstar Wars for December as a part of an promoting marketing campaign that can divulge new Superstar Wars merchandise each Tuesday for the rest of the yr. As introduced in an editorial at the respectable Superstar...
New World is the latest MMO seemingly everyone’s playing. I’m loving my time in the game, and am enjoying the more chill vibe of the MMO. And I think official gamepad support would only make that experience even better. Arguably the greatest strength of the PC as a platform is...
The highly anticipated Xbox 20th Anniversary Controller is now available to preorder at Amazon for £59.99. It will release on November 15, and this is your best opportunity to get hold of the gamepad after the Microsoft Store went out of stock. Also, you can now pick up Metroid Dread...
The firms have begun their “Bring Home the Bounty” campaign, which will see “new Star Wars toys, collectibles, books, clothes, and more” released on a weekly basis from now until the end of December, according to an article on the official Star Wars website. As part of a publishing effort...
Steel Crate Games’ video game Keep Talking and No One Explodes was released in October 2015. The game can be played by at least two people. One player acts as the “Defuser” and plays the game on a device that supports keyboard, mouse, touchscreen, and gamepad controls. The remaining players act as the “Experts”, reading the bomb defusal manual. The Defuser can’t see the manual so must rely upon the Experts for instructions. The Experts cannot also see the bomb so must rely only on the Defuser to describe it to them. You can communicate with your other person either by using online communication software or directly across a table.