One of the more frustrating aspects of Fear and Hunger is its frequent use of random number generation, presented to the player in the form of a coin toss. When searching weapons racks or bookshelves, players “toss a coin” to determine whether they’ll get something awesome, like plate arm guards (that stop the baddies from chopping your arm off), or nothing at all. Worse than that, players frequently get into situations where they’ll have to toss that coin to determine whether or not they live or die. But players can at least give themselves better than a 50-50 chance of a positive outcome if they can get ahold of a lucky coin. Each lucky coin is single-use only, but allows players to toss two coins in these situations rather than one
That’s a pretty kickin’ pad you set up, there! You’ve got your Moonpool to park that pink Seamoth, a sweet observatory so you can just chillax and watch that Reaper Leviathan swimming around (it almost got you while you were building that! Get that image out of your head while you’re going to bed tonight), a Scanner Room to scope out wrecks and resources, and a bedroom with a desk.
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Western social media users are calling for a boycott of Genshin Impact, a free-to-play RPG by miHoYo Co., Ltd, which is based in Shanghai, China. Earlier in April, “Boycott Genshin Impact” trended on Twitter, with calls for the boycott centering mostly around allegations of racism. These allegations stem from three specific characters in the game in addition to a video which appears to show a digital artist using a video of Native Americans as a reference for some of the game’s monsters.
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The developers of Total War: Warhammer II announced the upcoming release of a free Night Elf legendary lord, Beastlord Rakarth. … More
Kowabunga, man! Tribute Games, with publisher Dotemu, will soon release Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder;s Revenge. While there is no … More
After weeks of controversy and even mainstream media attention over the content of its platform, Valve recently announced a new, more hands off approach to dealing with controversial games. In a public statement, Valve said it would no longer remove controversial games except in cases in which the games are illegal or “straight up trolling.”
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WWE 2K18 has a reputation for being a broken game. Being new to the WWE 2K games, I couldn’t say … More