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- 12/21/17--07:49: Masha and the Bear Breaks YouTube Records
- 12/21/17--08:11: A preemptive strike on North Korea necessary?
- 12/21/17--08:37: set database: LEGO 40245 octopus
- 12/21/17--09:00: Eat at Ralph’s (1992)
- 12/21/17--10:03: Trader's big bet on Bitcoin
- 12/21/17--06:00: Destructoid's award for Best Portable Game of 2017 goes to...
- 12/21/17--06:30: Steam's Winter Sale seems like a fine way to say goodbye to 2017
- 12/21/17--07:00: Drinkin' an' Inkin' with brand new Splatoon 2 weapon
- 12/21/17--07:30: The Transformers games were delisted on Steam
- 12/21/17--07:45: Double Fine couldn't foresee a Psychonauts 2 delay
- 12/21/17--13:23: New Rick & Morty POP! Vinyl Figures From Funko
- 12/21/17--08:00: Import Review: Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters
- 12/21/17--09:00: Giveaway: Titan One is at it again!
- 12/21/17--09:30: Star Trek: Bridge Crew no longer requires VR
With 2017 winding down around the corner, I've still plenty of C3AFASG posts to publish and share with you guys (which will continue forth into 2018)! Meanwhile, here are a couple of video round-ups to see what I saw thru the lens of my iPhone6, at the inaugural C3Anime Festival Asia 2017!
The two video shown here essentially feature the SAME visuals - with the above vid having a music backing
The Russian episode “Bon Appétit,” from Masha and the Bear, just received more than one billion views on the YouTube channel Get Movies. “Recipe for Disaster” remains the most popular animated video of the series, boasting 2.7 billion views on YouTube, taking the 7th place in the list of the most viewed videos in YouTube history. The official […]
set name: octopus
theme: creator, promotional, monthly mini model
monthly mini model.
released on month of july 2017.
come with a brick built octopus.
overall design is great.
"You know it's so much fun to eat at Ralph's!"
Crypto mania getting crazier by the day. Ledger X which launched a Bitcoin trading options last month says a trader bet Bitcoin will soar to $50,000 over the next 12 months. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Myles Udland, Rick Newman, and Pras Subramanian discuss.
(Source: www.forbes.com) Sydney Wiseman has a firm grip on what today’s kids wish for. Literally. Re
Samus Returns. And how.
MercurySteam knocked it out of the park in 2017 with Metroid: Samus Returns. The Nintendo 3DS title took the 1991 Game Boy release Metroid II: Return of Samus, and re-envisioned it into a gorgeous, aggressive and addictive adventure for a whole new generation of players.
The game takes the Game Boy's green-screen graphics of yore and replaces them with spectacular 3D visual effects. Just the right amount of nostalgia is drip-fed through memorable music (described by our own Chris Carter as "hauntingly beautiful"), iconic weaponry, curiously familiar scenery and boss-battles past.
As September approached, fans got twitchy and vocally tentative, with many preparing themselves for what they were convinced could be a real disappointment. This fear, as we now know, was misplaced, as the game eventually launched to high praise from critics and Metroid-fans young and old.
Metroid: Samus Returns was able to pay homage to the early days of one of gaming's greatest heroes, whilst bringing her forgotten intergalactic adventures screaming into the modern age of gaming. Often imitated, but rarely bettered, when it comes to the namesake genre of Metroidvania, nobody does it better than the gal in the Power Suit.
Before we sing "Auld Lang Syne" and wave farewell to this year, Valve wants to sell you a few more games. Yep, Steam's Winter Sale is officially underway.
You know how these things go -- thousands of games are on sale and you have to do the digging if you want to know about all of them. As for some of the front page deals, there's: Hellblade for $22.50, Vanquish for $10, SteamWorld Dig 2 for $13, Elite Dangerous for $7.50, and Tekken 7 for $25. There's plenty more, though. I'm thinking about grabbing Portal 2 for $2 just so I can say I have it on PC.
No real need to act quickly, either. Despite all the stuff I said in the opening paragraph about getting one more sale in before the year ends, Steam's Winter Sale actually straddles the calendar year and extends into 2018. It technically ends on January 4. So maybe you want to wait until you see what's in your stocking before committing cash to PC games.
Steam Winter Sale [Steam]
Champagne. It's fizzy. It's expensive. It's classy as hell when drunk by Jay Gatsby, 007, or Marilyn Monroe, yet immediately, and irreversibly, trashes up any given situation when purchased by pretty much anybody else.
Splatoon 2 fans can ring in this weekend's yuletide celebrations by popping their cork in the face of their opponents, as this week's new weapon is the "Foil Squeezer". The weapon is reminiscent of what uncouth Brits might refer to as "A bottle 'o' Bolly", usually drunk alongside pie and chips by Terry, in his too-tight polo shirt, and his stumbling girlfriend, who lost her shoes in the club.
The Squeezer Foil is a new weapon to the Splatoon universe, so its use in battle is a mystery. According to the Inkpedia, it fires out singular, high powered shots. Sounds akin to taking a cork in the face, like that snow owl scene in Dumb and Dumber. Either way, the Foil Squeezer is equipped with a Splash Wall sub and Sting Ray special.
The new weapon goes live tonight in the U.S. and early tomorrow in Japan and Europe.
Festive inkings, squid kids!
Today marked the beginning of Steam's Winter Sale and that means folks are poking around to potentially give older games a second chance now that they're discounted. With that in mind, I hope you weren't in the mood for Transformers over the holiday break. You're going to come up empty-handed.
Transformers: War for Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron, Rise of the Dark Spark, and Devastation are no longer available for purchase on Steam, and that also goes for their DLC packs. What's more, we've lost out on another (albeit much less fondly remembered) game from Platinum: The Legend of Korra.
These games have also vanished from PlayStation Network but, at the time of writing, are still available for purchase on Xbox Live. That said, it's surely only a matter of time if this is a licensing issue.
It's a shame Activision didn't give an advance notice.
While Psychonauts 2 didn't have a firm release date, it now won't be making the originally planned 2018 window. Confirmed on an update over on Fig, Double Fine has stated that, "we know a lot more about the size and scope of the game we are going to make...from those projections we know that Psychonauts 2 will not be shipping in 2018." Sad news, indeed.
"We love the game we're making and we want to make sure that Psychonauts 2 is something you’ll love too — a game that carries on the legacy of Psychonauts in a meaningful and special way." I can respect that, especially since the game was only announced as being funded nearly two years ago. I would rather everything be in a polished state than just shat out for the sake of closure.
It's hard to believe we live in a world where a new Kamen Rider game was released in English. I guess it shouldn't come as a surprise since Bandai Namco's Singapore division localized a couple Super Robot Wars and Gundam titles in Asia.
My exposure to the franchise began with Saban's Masked Rider, the Americanized version of Kamen Rider Black RX. When I started college, I learned from a friend that the show was adapted from an ongoing franchise in Japan. Eventually, I became addicted to its action and character-driven stories. In fact, some of its installments feature elements that appeal to older viewers. Also, I couldn't turn down the chance to see a program about bug-eyed bikers who kick their opponents to smithereens.
As a person who's seen a good amount of Rider shows, I was happy about Bandai Namco's decision to release Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters in English. Sadly, this arena brawler fails to do the franchise justice.
Sega will host a live stream next week to showcase the first ever gameplay footage of upcoming strategy title Valkyria Chronicles 4.
The broadcast is set for December 27 at 20:00 JST/ 03:00 PT/ 11:00 GMT. It will be available to watch live on Periscope, LINE Live, or, for the more traditional among us, YouTube. Hosted by Valkyria Chronicles mega-fan Hashiyan Kousaka, and featuring voice-actors Naomi Ohzora and Yukiyo Fujii, the stream will give us a glimpse of the beautiful but war-torn imagery in the anticipated sequel.
Sega have not been shy with info for the game, releasing a lot of images and data concerning characters, classes and mechanics. Hopefully all this hype and hope will pay off when Valkyria Chronicles 4 hits PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One in 2018.
Valkyria Chronicles 4 live stream announcement [Official site]
Here's another big one for you guys, just in time for Christmas/Holiday fun! The awesome folks at ConsoleTuner.com are at it again: letting you pick your choice of controller (xb360, xb1, PS3 or PS4), and a free console of your choice: Nintendo Switch, PS4 Slim, or Xbox One S! and of course, the Titan One and Two. Now some of you may be asking, "What's a Titan One or a Two?" Fair enough, let's check the blurb:
Recently engaged to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton have very different fashion preferences. The British royal family comes from centuries-old money — Queen Elizabeth II has an estimated private wealth of $530 million — but that doesn't mean they flaunt their wealth on every outing.
With today's PC and PS4 update, Ubisoft's social space sim Star Trek: Bridge Crew no longer requires players to use a virtual-reality headset. If you've been trying to talk your friends into playing (or vice versa), that conversation should be simpler now. VR and non-VR players can form a crew together.
This should definitely help get some fresh blood in the matchmaking system.
The update also includes "graphical enhancements that were created specifically for non-VR," according to game director Brian Tate, who adds that "if you have a high-end PC, you can enable these features and get an even more graphically impressive experience in virtual reality."
Lastly, Bridge Crew has added support for Windows Mixed Reality headsets.