As in past titles, you can either let K.K. play a random song or request to hear a specific tune, and he'll give you a record of the first song he plays that night. While you can purchase most of these songs through the Nook Shopping terminal, there are a handful of "secret" songs that K.K. will only play by request, so if you want to get your hands on those records, you'll need to specifically request them. … [Read more...] about Animal Crossing K.K. Slider Guide: All The Secret K.K. Songs And Full Song List
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The Division 2's latest update, Title Update 10, was rolled out to PC players on May 22 as Ubisoft welcomes feedback from the community via the Public Test Server (PTS). The most recent State of the Game stream on May 21 touched on the quality-of-life changes that players can expect when the update officially rolls out, and for "Phase 2" of the update, Ubisoft focused on gear balance, weapon damage, and "loot generosity." … [Read more...] about The Division 2: Title Update 10 Phase 2 Is Up Now On The PTS
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Finally, Spencer also spoke about the rebuilding process within the Xbox team. The Xbox One launch in 2013 was marred by controversial policies and a $100 higher price point than the rival PS4. This contributed to Microsoft coming up short against Sony in the previous console generation. Spencer took over as Head of Xbox in 2015, and things seem to be on a better path for the Series X launch this year. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series X: Phil Spencer Says You Can’t Even Appreciate The True Power Of Next-Gen Yet
I believe similarities such as these are more than just coincidence. I think it has something to do with the fact that picture books and video games excel at telling stories from a particular vantage point. It's all a matter of zoom. Their often limited storytelling space privileges 'Big Ideas' over, say, the intricate portraits of life that novels make possible. Perhaps my favourite example of this is Journey - the title alone invokes an aggregate perspective on life. It presents a tale shorn of life's details, a wordless experience where bodies are concealed beneath robes. In Aaron Becker's book of the same name, a girl uses a crayon to draw a door into another world. Becker's Journey is also wordless, and even features a silent encounter with a secondary character who becomes an unexpected source of companionship. It seems that when we tell stories at this altitude, certain ideas crop up time and time again. … [Read more...] about Picture books and video games: a backdoor into childhood