It's time to kick week four of the Suplex City Census into gear. Only one more shot of weekly roster-juice after this one, and if you're just tuning in and don't know the deal, we've been revealing the cast of WWE 2K17 in large chunks all August long, complete with screenshots, roster images, and glorious ring entrance videos. Have a look through the other pages to see the entirety of 2K17's massive roster thus far.
You should know the drill by now: first we post a teaser image featuring another neighborhood of the hopefully-not-real Suplex City, then you look at it real close for hints as to who we're revealing this week, and at 9am PT (three hours from now) you hit refresh and we show you just how right or wrong you were. Here's this weeks venue, the business district:
Marvel released their full lineup of solicitations for November 2016 today. Look for a new wave of Marvel NOW books to ht the stands that month, including The Avengers, Thanos, The Invincible Iron Man and The Unworthy Thor.
The Witness is coming to Xbox One, creator Jonathan Blow has exclusively revealed to IGN.
Blow and his team at Thekla Inc. are aiming for a September 13, 2016 release date. An iOS version is also still in the works.
According to Blow, the Xbox One version of The Witness will not differ from its PC or PlayStation 4 versions.
“There are some technical differences, but it’s basically the same game,” Blow told IGN, dismissing the idea of platform-exclusive content for The Witness.
“I feel like that would kind of… mess up the game,” he continued.
Netflix has released a new trailer and poster for Narcos ahead of its Season 2 debut in September.
Narcos tells the true stories of the various drug kingpins of the 1980s and the law enforcement's struggle to bring them to justice. Check out Season 2's new trailer below, which asks "Who Killed Pablo?"
All ten episodes of Narcos Season Two will launch Friday September 2, exclusively on Netflix.
You can check out the mosaic-style poster below.
The first downloadable content pack for Dark Souls III will be coming this October.
According to Esuteru (via Siliconera), it will release on October 26. However a Tweet from the official PlayStation account (which has now been deleted) lists the date as October 25. This could simply be a case of different dates in different regions or on different platforms, so IGN will update you when we know more.
We recently spoke to Matt and Ross Duffer – the brilliant brothers behind Netflix phenomenon Stranger Things – and while chatting about Season 1 we also tried to get some information on Season 2, which hasn’t yet been officially green-lit but which the Duffers are nervertheless busy working on.
So the following is what they were prepared to reveal about the follow-up, which they’ve already stated will take place in 1984, a year after the events of Season 1. Just beware of POTENTIAL SPOILERS if you want to go into the next series blind. And apologies to the Duffers if I put the wrong quote next to the wrong name – you guys really do sound similar over the phone!
DC released their full solicitations for October 2016 this week. There are no new additions to the DC Rebirth lineup that month, but look for several major storylines to unfold as Batman showcases a rematch between the Dark Knight and Bane and Superman digs deeper into the conspiracy of Mr. Oz.
Actress Jona Xiao will appear in Sony-Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming, alongside Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Marisa Tomei.
Details surrounding her character are still unknown, according to Variety. Directed by Jon Watts, with a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, Spider-Man: Homecoming will also star Hannibal Buress, Michael Keaton, Donald Glover, and Logan Marshall-Green.
After finally getting faces, Pokemon Go's Team Leaders now actually have something to do with the addition of a "Pokémon Appraisal" feature.
Alongside minor fixes, Android version 0.35.0 and iOS version 1.5.0 of the mobile sensation adds a feature useful for those aiming to intensively train their best Pokemon.
Pokemon Appraisal sees your chosen Team's leader hinting at (but, crucially, not explicitly showing) the potential attack and defense of a chosen monster, letting players know which are best suited to further leveling.
Like the core Pokemon games, each individual Pokemon has a set of hidden attributes that determine their stat ceiling. An initially strong capture may be capped far earlier than a seemingly weaker one, and Appraisal lets players who want to take on tougher gyms prioritise their best Pokemon.
A new Dualshock 4 that features a lightbar across the top of the touchpad will apparently accompany the PS4 Slim.
With Sony's smaller console variant seemingly ending up in the hands of consumers far earlier than planned, unboxings have popped up (and been subsequently pulled down), apparently revealing a new controller to go with the new hardware.
Some reports suggest that the new Dualshock also features a grey D-Pad, sticks and face and shoulder buttons. Twitter user shortman82 - whose PS4 Slim was photographed yesterday - explains that it looks as though the new touchpad lightbar uses the existing internal LED:
Hideo Kojima's no stranger to a celebrity cast, and so it is that we may be seeing Hannibal and Casino Royale actor Mads Mikkelsen show up in the mysterious Death Stranding. But this is no regular announcement...
The clues begin with a tweet from Kojima, featuring what appears to be simply an actor in a motion capture rig:
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) August 21, 2016
But NeoGAF user Sn4ke_911 saw more to it than that. Somehow, he stumbled across an Instagram post from jmerskine1, posted on the same day, which seemed to show the Danish antagonist specialist wearing a familiar orange-and-grey hoodie:
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Use code TDX-KTRP to pre-order 2 games for £70: An amazing offer that Tesco have put together, even without using their discount code! However, 2 games for £70 effectively means you are pre-ordering an A-list game for just £35. Now that E3 and Gamescom 2016 have come and gone, you should have a clear indication of what games you want for the rest of the year. Currently, 62 games are included in this offer and they consist of A-list titles such as FIFA 17, Battlefield 1, Mafia III, The Last Guardian and many more highly anticipated upcoming games!
Since Gamescom 2016 opened its doors last week in Cologne, Germany, we've been asking all of you to vote for the best game at the show.
After 30,000 votes, we are pleased to announce your winner is...
It comes to no surprise that the latest and highly-anticipated installment in the long-running Final Fantasy series won, amassing 14% of the public vote, beating off stiff competition from other big names on the show floor.