Meanwhile, Monster Hunter: World is being review-bombed on Steam in response to the movie. The game suffered over 1000 negative reviews on 4th December, and so far today, 5th December, it's had over 500. Almost all mention the clip from the movie, but there's a lot of awful racism in there. It's a big old mess. … [Read more...] about Monster Hunter: World review-bombed on Steam amid movie backlash in China
The movie versions of Diablos, Nerscylla, Apceros, and Rathalos were all included in the latest trailer, and at the very end we got to see a Palico that we're pretty sure is the Meowscular Chef from Monster Hunter World. Director Paul Anderson recently confirmed that the Monster Hunter movie will feature the feline chef, who you may remember as the former Palico partner of the Admiral in Monster Hunter World. … [Read more...] about Chinese moviegoers react to Monster Hunter World by review bombing the game on Steam
The real kicker is that there's no way for owners of the original version to upgrade to the new one, with no discount for them on its $US40 price. As a result, Steam user reviews for the original PC version have dropped from Very Positive to Mixed, with comments like, "Fantastic game, but offering no upgrade path for people who bought this version is absolutely ridiculous" and "I think that the developer should be ashamed of this tactic". … [Read more...] about The original version of Dragon Quest 11 has been delisted from Steam to make way for a Switch port
Chris Livingston: Did I mention I bought an LED light for my toilet? Yes, I did, at length, and will continue to do so at every opportunity. But I also, finally, bought a Nintendo Switch, even though it wasn't actually on sale. It's my first console in quite a while, basically since I bought an Xbox 360 to play Red Dead Redemption back in 2010. I only have Mario Kart and Animal Crossing on it, plus a bunch of free NES games, but so far I'm impressed. It's a neat little machine, except for those joycons that can go straight to hell. (I also bought a Switch Pro Controller, and it's much better.) Maybe at the holiday break I'll finally, finally get to play Breath of the Wild. … [Read more...] about What did you buy in 2020’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales?
But though the fast-paced battle system works tremendously well on the PS3 gamepad, all the coaxing and fiddling in the world wouldn't bring DCUO to recognise my 360 controller when playing the PC version; forum discussions suggest I'm far from alone. Certain controllers which allow turbo modes or macro-ing are also sat firmly on the naughty step, and you'd be wise to check your brand of controller before buying. Mouse control, meanwhile, fast becomes a painful experience. … [Read more...] about DC Universe Online • Page 2