By Tanner Dedmon - December 7, 2019 12:59 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 The Outer Worlds is getting another update soon that has its usual selection of bug fixes and changes, but it’s also adding a few welcome settings and options for players to tweak. Some of these are exclusive to consoles like giving players on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One the option to set their own field of view while others expand on the previously added text size options to make more things within The Outer Worlds readable. Obsidian Entertainment shared a list of patch notes within the game’s forums to show what’s happening next week when Patch 1.2 is released. Headlining the list of changes is the option to use the “Large Text Mode” option with Examinables after it was previously added to increase the size of things like conversation text and other subtitles. Also joining the list of new settings is an option to have controller aiming sensitivity on all … [Read more...] about The Outer Worlds Is Adding Field of View Settings to Consoles and Other Options
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By Jamie Jirak - December 7, 2019 02:01 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Marvel's Phase Four is finally kicking off next year with Black Widow and The Eternals, and then 2021 will see the debut of Simu Liu as the titular character in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Liu is best known for playing Jung Kim on Kim's Convenience and he's already won over the hearts of many Marvel fans with his delightful presence on social media. The actor also has a great outlook on his upcoming role, recently telling the South China Morning Post that he believes the movie could "change the world." 0comments“To take a quote from Stan Lee, the legend himself, ‘With great power there must also come great responsibility’. But I think the reason I have the platform I do is because I’ve leaned into my Asianness," Liu explained. "If you are going to ask an entire population to support you, to rally behind you and give you a platform, I won’t shy away … [Read more...] about Newest Marvel Star Simu Liu Believes Shang-Chi Movie “Could Change the World”
By Christian Hoffer - December 7, 2019 09:28 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 A new Dungeons & Dragons supplement adds dozens of new living spells to use against players in Eberron or any campaign setting. The D&D campaign setting of Eberron is a world recovering from a great war, one that ended only because of the mysterious Day of Mourning. A mysterious magical catastrophe wiped out the country of Cyre and several armies, leaving only the Mournland in its wake. Only strange and twisted creatures live in the Mournland, including Living Spells, sentient spells that roam through the wasteland. Eberron: Rising From the Last War brought back living spells for Fifth Edition play, providing a template to use for any arcane spell of 5th level or lower. A new DMs Guild supplement, Living Spellbook by E.R.F. Jordan, adds 64 new spells, and introduces a template to making living spells of a 6th level or higher. Some higher level living spells (those created from 8th or … [Read more...] about Dungeons & Dragons Supplement Adds Dozens of Living Spells to Terrorize Players
You Died: The Dark Souls Companion is one of the great gaming books of the last few years - it's passionate, perceptive and wonderfully partisan. (We should also mention that it's the work of two friends of Eurogamer, Keza MacDonald and Jason Killingsworth.) Killingsworth is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to produce a beautiful hardback version of the book, which will include a new chapter. He's kindly allowed us to publish this extract as a taster. Dark Souls' most obvious trait also happens to be its least interesting; fixating on 'gosh, this game's hard' seems a bit obvious when we could be talking about its themes, its lore, its fascinating game design. Dark Souls is more than a Tough Mudder challenge for the couch-bound. But Dark Souls' difficulty is also inescapable and, rightly or wrongly, it's what the game is most famous for. Ask players for their recollections, and they will tell you the moments that made them cry, the moments when they felt physically and … [Read more...] about Tough Love: On Dark Souls’ Difficulty
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights:Has Half-Life: Alyx made you want to buy a VR headset?What's the best prison escape in a game?Has a game ever made you rethink your moral code?There are plenty of examples of government sims that turn politics into game mechanics—Democracy, Crusader Kings 2, whichever one of the Tropico series is the good one. If you want to govern, games have you covered.Politics is about who has power, and how much, and over who. So politics in games can go beyond the simulation of diplomacy and decision-making to also investigate how the balance of power affects the lives of our characters in other genres, whether it's imaginary factions they choose to support or their communities telling them how to live.From Fallout: New Vegas to Life is Strange, the fingerprints of politics are all over games. Which brings us to our weekend question: What's a game that handles politics well? Here are some of our … [Read more...] about What’s a game that handles politics well?