Devil May Cry 5 is real, it stars Nero, and it's coming in spring 2019. Don't worry, the teaser ended with a quick appearance from original Devil May Cry protagonist Dante as well. But still, nice of Microsoft to give Nero and friends a great big stage to do their debut on, right? Oh, and one last thing: despite the fact that Microsoft now owns Ninja Theory, which developed DmC: Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 5 is being built internally at Capcom. We'll just have to wait and see what Ninja Theory
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate released back in December, and had not come packaged with the mode, but with the game’s most recent update, some Super Smash Bros. In Version 3.0 for Super Smash Bros. Now, Nintendo has reportedly removed many of uploaded Stage Builder levels it has deemed unsuitable for Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros.
Super Smash Bros. stage builder mode, which allows players to create and share custom stages, has gone about as expected in its first week on offer. Perhaps that’s an exaggeration, but it does describe the moderation headache Nintendo (and by extension, Smash fans) signed up for when this toolkit launched. So @Nintendo has, in their infinite wisdom, decided that this stage featuring the trans flag violates their TOS. #SmashBros #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/9FWgQpcCDG — Warm Safflina (@WarmSaf
Ultimate got its first DLC fighter - Persona 5's Joker - and a previously teased Stage Builder mode . The Stage Builder lets you share custom stages via the Nintendo Switch Online mobile app, and top stages are also featured on the front of the app's Super Smash Bros. Here's a stage I've seen reuploaded several times:To its credit, Nintendo has clearly begun moderating which stages are featured on the app. Barring enormous wooden breasts, the image above is one of just two sex-related stages I'v
Ultimate just added Persona 5 's Joker, and he's stolen into the game alongside a bunch of other cool new stuff. Joker arrives via Challenger Pack 1, which includes both the Persona 5 protagonist and a matching stage. That includes the Stage Builder mode and a suite of new sharing tools to support it. Once it maxes out, Joker will doff his mask and manifest his persona, Arsenne, to power up his attacks. Ultimate Version 3.0 has plenty of stuff to try on its own.
In a surprise announcement through a 15-minute Nintendo Direct, the company confirmed that Super Smash Bros Ultimate will be getting the massive Version 3.0 update tomorrow, and a lot of exciting things are coming with it. At first glance, Joker’s abilities are similar to other Super Smash Bros Ultimate characters on the roster, like Bayonetta and Cloud. The Joker DLC for Super Smash Bros Ultimate will also include a new map based off of Mementos from Persona 5. Now that Joker is joining the Sup
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will add Joker from Persona 5 on April 17 as part of the game’s first Challenger Pack, Nintendo revealed in a new YouTube video. In a new 15-minute video outlining this week’s update, Nintendo detailed Joker’s Super Smash Bros. Version 3.0 of Super Smash Bros. Joker will be available to purchase individually, but he’ll also come as part of the Super Smash Bros.
With that in mind, we've put together a guide on how to unlock all the current Risk of Rain 2 characters. New characters will be added in the future, so we'll update this guide as Risk of Rain 2 evolves in Steam Early Access. You'll need to clear stages one, two, and three in one run without dying. Once you have ten coins, you'll need to visit the blue item shop. And if you do activate the altar, you'll need 11 Lunar Coins total to cover its cost and still have enough for the Artificer.
After years of teases, it's finally happening: the new Borderlands trailer is here and Gearbox Software plans to show us more at its big PAX East presentation today. Though lacking any actual gameplay, the statuesque Borderlands trailer did sneak in a few secret messages: one for Shift content in Borderlands 2 and another that advises viewers to "Count the Sirens" . We're bound to learn quite a bit more during Gearbox's stage show, including (hopefully) our long-awaited first look at new Borderl
Randy Pitchford, the CEO and co-founder of Gearbox Software, made the unusual decision to do so live on stage at this year’s PAX East. He then stopped abruptly, before using the game components themselves to perform an elaborate magic trick. The game is called Borderlands: Tiny Tina’s Robot Tea Party, and it was developed and published by Gearbox, Chicago’s XYZ Game Labs, and Nerdvana Games. I know this because, after opening the game, Pitchford read the manual to me, to an auditorium full of pe