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Zelda and Metroid-inspired Exclusively in ReCore of Xbox One

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Zelda and Metroid-inspired Exclusively in ReCore of Xbox One

ReCore has always been the top titles that happen to possess exclusivity to Xbox One. It has been shown at this year’s E3. Aside from the cinematic trailer, some information was not revealed. Would this title remain a secret forever? The answer would be no. In a recent interview done with The Verge, Mark Pacini, the developer of ex-Metroid Prime and Armature Studio co-founder mentioned The Legend of Zelda and Metroid and as possible inspirations for the title.

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ReCore has been a joint project between Mega Man and Armature Studio maker of Keiji Inafune’s Comcept Inc. According to Pacini, when they meet and greet the Microsoft to tackle about their collaboration for the project, he wasn’t pleased that such collaboration would be a good idea.

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This is true especially when we point out the frustrations brought by the Xbox One reveal and other factors on the focus on television and film. Microsoft, however, apparently wished for a game that are designed solely for the players, and things such as Kinect and SmartGlass were never forced on the ReCore team. Pacini further stated that, for the team, it feels like, the runway has already been cleared.

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Therefore, people can solely focus on creating a good game as well as placing features that make sense for the players. For Q1’s 2016 release, ReCore has been currently slated and would end on March 31. It is to be noted that Xbox One, back in November, Phil Spencer said that they will be seeing more ReCore in 2016.

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PS Plus games for May 2017 Review

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PS Plus games for May 2017 Review

PlayStation Plus is always coming with some really good games, and this month is full of nice titles, as always! With that in mind, here you have a quick rundown of all the PlayStation Plus games that you can play this month for free. As long as you have the PS Plus subscription, of course!

PS Plus games for May 2017 Review

PlayStation 4

• Abzu (North America only)
• Alienation (Europe only)
• Laser Disco Defenders
• Tales From the Borderlands
• Type:Rider

PlayStation 3

• Blood Knights
• Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants

PlayStation Vita

• Laser Disco Defenders
• Type:Rider

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PS Plus games for May 2017 Review

Final Verdict

Whilst I am always wanting more from the PS Plus line up for freebies each month, I must admit that this line up is better than April PS Plus Free Games. Check out the video below where I run through all each specific titles giving my thoughts so you can see whether each game is worth downloading or whether they are the type of games you think you will enjoy.

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Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels Expansion DLC

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For those who still bumping Forza Horizon 3 and was a fan of hot wheels back in the days might want to cast their eyes on the upcoming expansion or DLC.

The Horizon 3’s upcoming Hot Wheels expansion will combined both Hot Wheels cars and tracks to the game, giving us a more arcade-style looking gameplay. Players visit six “themed” island off Australia’s coast, each connected by Hot Wheels tracks that consist of loops, corkscrews, and more.

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Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels Expansion DLC

There are ten hot wheels vehicles that you will be able to access if you grab the dlc such as the 1969 Hot Wheels Twin Mill, 2016 Jeep Tailcoat plus many more. 

The hot wheels DLC will be available from the 9h of May for around £16 or $20 and for those who took the plunge to grab the expansion pass for £30 or $35 will be to download this and the Blizzard Mountain which dropped a few months back. In addition to the upcoming DLC there will also be a full game update coming the 9th of May which is something worth looking out for. 

Final Verdict

All in all I have been a massive fan of Forza Horizon 3. I must admit I haven’t played in a while but as a fan of Hot wheels back in the days this does have a sense of a appeal and will be something I am looking to test out. It kind of reminds me of the likes of Stunts in GTA 5 so I can only image that this will be a fun experience disregarding how whacky it looks. I have always been a fan of arcade style racers so can only assume that this will be refreshing to play. 

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Ubisoft Removing X Rated Female NPC in Watch Dogs 2

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It goes without saying that you need to be very careful of what you share or post online as recently sharing Watch Dogs 2 content that features a female NPC genitalia got someone banned from PSN.

In wake of this Ubisoft has issued an apology over Watch Dogs 2’s genitalia gaffe where the player stumbled upon an explicit Female NPC in the game. The Player shared the image on Twitter and was then Blocked by Sony for a month on PSN.

Seems like Sony was moving like the internet police as literally shortly after the Player shared the image, the player was contacted by Sony, who told him they had blocked him from their PlayStation Network for a month, because sharing content of an adult or sexual nature from its consoles was against its rules.

However, after outrage from other gamers, Sony later had to backtrack and stated that the email had been sent “incorrectly” and the players account had been unblocked, although Sony continued to insist he was in breach of its terms of service.

Ubisoft Removing X Rated Female NPC in Watch Dogs 2

In terms of Ubisoft apology for the Naked NPC in Watch Dogs 2

“We’re aware that one of the NPC models in Watch Dogs 2 is rendered in a way that is particularly explicit,” Ubisoft said in the statement. “While Watch Dogs 2 is a mature-rated game, we apologize and will update this NPC model to make it more consistent with other NPC models in the game in a patch to be released this week. We also are working with our first-party partners to ensure that players can continue to play and share all content from the game within the bounds of the first parties’ respective codes of conduct.”

Overall I totally understand and agree that Ubisoft and Sony should take necessary action which protects their reputation and also prevent content which could be accessible from people younger than the age of 18 viewable. At the same time it does make it seem that by watering down a 18 rated game kind of defeats the object of putting this age restriction on the game, just for them to end up removing these type of explicit content. I personally expect to see some form of adult related content in a game which is rated 18 but I guess maybe this particular content was going a step to far?

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