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Doomed Episode #24

Sunday, June 17, 2018

VIDEO: Doomed Episode #24

Welcome Space Hell travelers out there Mr. Mike here with my video series called Doomed!  In this gameplay series I will be playing Bethesda’s 2016’s release of Doom on my XboxOne console.  Back again from another hiatus focused on finally beating this game. Advancing nicely with a lot of Demon beat downs to me being downed which swearing up a storm, the goal is getting very close!..........ENJOY!! 

Show Notes: Getting very close to the end of our journey here, Only 2 more demonic episodes left till the Doom-Slayer gets his revenge. What’s going to happen and is it truly the end?

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

PODCAST: E3Gamer Audiocast 2018: Aftermath

E3 Gamer PodCast 2018

Well E3 is over, Now time to go over what we had all heard and witnessed. The Games, the surprises, I Mr. Mike will break it all down in this audiocast............ENJOY!!

E3 2018 Games Shown/ Announced:

Battlefield V
Bioware's Anthem - Looks Great!
Lot's of Sports games as usual...
Command & Conquer Rivals. It's a free-to-play mobile game - a bad idea for a great rts series going to mobile

TEASED: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is being developed by Titanfall studio Respawn and it's coming Christmas 2019.

Stuff didn't see: No New Plants vs. Zombies, No New Burnout...

TEASED: Halo Infinite and a glimpse of Master Chief 

Gears 5. You get to play at Kate this time, not JD or Marcus Fenix. There are a couple of other Gears games coming too, 

Gears Pop, in partnership with toy company Funko, and

Gears Tactics - XCOM in the Gears universe essentially.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - new IP with Activision - form of Dark Souls' developer, FromSoftware As expected from the studio, there are lots of boss battles and fast-paced combat.

Forza Horizon 4 looks utterly stunning, with different seasons affecting the play and the racing action being set, this time, in Great Britain

Capcom's Devil May Cry 5

Dying Light 2

Crackdown 3 - Still Not really shown

Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red promises to do for sci-fi what The Witcher 3 did for fantasy. Huzzah!

Oh And Lot's of New 1st party studios aquired!!

Stuff Didn't see: No New XboxLive Gold/Game Pass Combination, No Fable, No Forza Horizon Japan, No Crackdown Footage!

Rage 2
Doom Eternal
Wolfenstein game, Youngblood
Fallout Shelter Now on PS4 & Switch
 The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a free-to-play mobile game coming this fall for iOS and Android.
Fallout 76 yo!

TEASED: Starfield - a space-faring RPG 
and The Elder Scrolls IV. 

Stuff didn't see: Nothing! I got what I wanted LoL

Square Enix:
Shadow of the Tomb Raider - looked amazing as always

news on Final Fantasy XIV Online, including an amazing hook up with Monster Hunter for Final Fantasy XIV X Monster Hunter World, which is coming "summer 2018" so is imminent.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, a game set in the same game world as Life is Strange. We were also told that some of the characters in this free to play chapter - available 26 June - will be in Life is Strange 2, so you have to "explore everywhere"

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

Octopath Traveler for Nintendo Switch was finally confirmed

Just Cause 4, including an explanation on enemy AI. Avalanche promises that Rico's foes will be much more intelligent in battles this time around.

new IP Babylon's Fall
new IP was next up, The Quiet Man

stuff didn't see: nothing!

Just Dance 2019

Beyond Good and Evil 2

Trials Rising

The Division 2

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle chapter is coming in the form of Donkey Kong Adventure. It'll be available from 26 June.

Skull & Bones 

Transference for VR and traditional platforms. It's essentially a horror escape game set in a "corrupted mind" and will be available this fall.

Ubisoft's first toys to life game, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, is close to release - coming this October - has Fox in the game

For Honor is getting new DLC

The Crew 2 is even closer to release, and you can jump into a free open beta from 21 June.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey looks frickin' amazing. Origins was a huge leap forward for the series, but Odyssey takes things so much further. Greek mythology has always been of particular interest so this could be something great. It's more an RPG, with two different characters to choose from the start - male or female for the first time. 

Stuff didn't see: Ummmmm... No New M+R Battle Kingdom 2??, No New Splinter Cell Game

Daemon X Machina, is actually scheduled for 2019. - Looks like a decent cell shaded mech game.

Pokemon: Let's Go! Pikachu and Eevee editions, even though we saw them announced a month ago. The best news though is that the Poke Ball+ accessory will come with an exclusive Mew for the games.

Super Mario Party, to be released on 5 October

Fire Emblem Three Houses

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch - Out Now FREE

Overcooked 2

Wolfenstein II and Monster Hunter Generations

Megaman 11

Super Smash Bros Ultimate - many character reveals, including Metroid's Ridley. There was also news that the Nintendo GameCube controllers will work with the Switch version. The game is coming out on 7 December.

Stuff didn't see:  No Mario Maker? WTF!!, No Mario Galaxy 1&2 Remasters for Switch, No New 2d/3d sidescrolling Mario Game :(, No mention or talk of Nintendo's Online service.

The Last of Us II

Ghost of Tsushima

Control - looks very similar to Quantum Break in many aspects

Resident Evil 2 might be a remake of the original but looks to be an almost all-new game. 

Kingdom Hearts 3 - now know that Pirates of the Caribbean is part of the new game.

Death Stranding had a new outing, with actual gameplay footage, but apart from the incredible rendering of The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus


Stuff Didn't see: No New games for 2018 Holiday??, Where's a New Infamous?, No Gran Turismo wow..

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018


E3 2018 IS COMING!!

As the little Nintendo that could.....Oh wait I mean the Gaming Juggernaut that Is Mario & Nintendo! What will they show us at this year's E3? The gamez, the hardware, THE GAMEZ!!! Yes I said gamez twice, as the video footage rolls I will record............ENJOY!!!!!!

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E3 2018 ARTICLE: The Poké Ball Plus will come with a free Mew

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Nintendo’s new Poké Ball Plus controller will debut in November alongside the new Pokémon: Let’s Go! games. This controller is an actual Poké Ball that you can carry around and use to catch Pokémon in both Let’s Go! and Pokémon Go. Not only can you use it to catch Pokémon and transfer monsters between Pokémon Go and Let’s Go!, the device will also light up and shake, and the Pokémon “inside” will make noises, creating as realistic a Pokémon experience as you can get.

If you’re impatient to catch your own Pokémon right away, fear not. The Poké Ball plus will come with an exclusive Pokémon already inside: the legendary Pokémon Mew. That’s right. You can start your Pokémon: Let’s Go! game with a Mew. Considering that Mew is notoriously hard to obtain in the games (usually event-only), this exclusive Pokémon will be a prized addition to any trainer’s Pokédex.

The Poké Ball Plus accessory comes out with Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! on Nov. 16 on Nintendo Switch. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee!/Let’s Go, Pikachu! will sell for $59.99 each.

E3 2018 ARTICLE: Daemon X Machina is a new mech action game for Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo announced Daemon X Machina, a new mech action game coming to Nintendo Switch, at the top of its E3 2018 Nintendo Direct conference today.

Daemon X Machina looks like a giant mech fighting game, with mechs called Arsenals punching, shooting and fighting each other out in the middle of a desert. Daemon X Machina gives off some serious dark Gundam vibes, as mech robots big and small fight one another with an assortment of weapons. And, naturally, these mechs can fly, so expect to partake in some nifty flight combat.

It’s an extremely colorful game, too. The mechs themselves appear in a variety of colors, as do their weapons, and the game’s background is filled with fiery explosions.

Kenichiro Tsukuda, a producer on the Armored Core series, will act as a producer on Daemon X Machina, which is being developed by Marvelous Games.

Daemon X Machina is slated to be released in 2019.

E3 2018 ARTICLE: Fortnite for Nintendo Switch is out Now!

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Fans have been asking for Fortnite to come to Nintendo Switch for months, and the hints that it was going to happen piled up in the days leading up to E3. Nintendo and Epic Games have finally confirmed that it’s happening and, better yet, Fortnite is out today at 10 a.m. P.S.T/ 1 p.m. E.S.T.

The game will be available for free on the Nintendo Switch eShop, and Epic updates the game weekly on the PC and existing consoles. We can expect Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch to stay on the same release schedule to make cross-platform play as smooth as possible. Switch players will finally get a chance to see why Fortnite is so popular, and existing players have yet another way to take the game with them.

This is only the battle royale game mode, however. The Save the World mode won’t be included in this release. You will, however, be able to play against PC, Mac, Xbox One and mobile players through the Switch version. You’ll also be able to connect any standard headset 3.5 mm headset to the Switch for voice chat, which is very possibly a first for the system.

This is exactly what fans have been hoping for: A version of Fortnite you can play on the go with traditional controls. The fact you’ll be able to download it and play today is just icing on the cake.

E3 2018 ARTICLE: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will support GameCube controllers, amiibo!!

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the next entry in Nintendo’s fighting game series for Nintendo Switch, will support your old GameCube controller, Nintendo confirmed today. The de facto gamepad for Super Smash Bros. players will can be used to fight, as can a single Joy-Con or Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

Nintendo added support for GameCube controller to Switch last year via a system software update. Switch owners will need the Wii U GameCube controller adaptor in order to use their old gamepads.

Ultimate will all support all existing amiibo, and data from those amiibo can be transferred to the new game.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year. The game will include every playable character that has ever appeared in the Smash Bros. series, including the return of Ice Climbers, Pac-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog and Solid Snake, as well as a few new ones: the Inklings from Splatoon and Daisy from the Super Mario series.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming to Nintendo Switch on Dec. 7.

E3 2018 ARTICLE: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate brings back every Smash fighter ever!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the series’ first Nintendo Switch game, will have more than 60 fighters. And that includes every single character ever featured in a Super Smash Bros. game.

The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate section of the Nintendo Direct presentation kicked off by showing several characters we remember, from Mario to Bayonetta, before cutting to what serves as a fitting tagline for the game: “Everyone is here.” That includes previously cut fighters, like Ice Climbers, Pichu and Young Link, as well as characters previously released as paid downloadable content, like Cloud and Ryu.

Each one will be included in the base game, and Nintendo promises to make them much simpler and quicker to unlock than in previous entries. We shouldn’t expect the majority of these old faces to be available from the start of the game, of course, but players will be able to choose from an entire plethora sooner than later.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will launch, with all your favorite fighters (and more) in tow, on Dec. 7, 2018.

E3 2018 ARTICLE: Super Mario Party announced!

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The Mario Party series is coming to Nintendo Switch this fall in Super Mario Party, Nintendo announced today during its E3 2018 Nintendo Direct presentation.

Super Mario Party, which is scheduled to be released Oct. 5 on Switch, will be the first entry in the long-running franchise on consoles since Mario Party 10, which debuted on Wii U in 2015. Nintendo has released two Mario Party games on Nintendo 3DS since then, 2016’s Mario Party: Star Rush and 2017’s Mario Party: The Top 100.

The trailer for Super Mario Party showed off a new Switch-specific feature: the ability to play with multiple Switch units in four-person action. In this mode, the characters — new ones include Rosalina, Dry Bones and a goomba — move across the devices, which are placed perpendicularly to make a path.

Super Mario Party will also feature minigames that encourage players to work together secretly, in something akin to a LAN party. Some minigames are playable in split-screen mode, or with both players sharing a single screen on one Switch. Minigames in the trailer showed off Joy-Con play with a single controller held sideways, as well as motion controls. Of course, the series’ traditional board games will be available, too.

E3 2018 VIDEO: Latest Game Trailers from E3 2018


E3 2018 IS COMING!!

As Sony gets different this year with it's E3 keynote presentation, we will find out what Sony has to show off this time around..........ENJOY!!!!

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Resident Evil 2 Remake will be released on January 25, 2019.

Revealed during Sony's E3 press conference.