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Three maps minimize from Rainbow Six Siege’s ranked map pool

Ubisoft is looking to drastically tighten up the map pools for both casual and ranked playlists in Rainbow Six Siege in an effort to make the game easier to learn for newcomers and more competitive in ranked. The new map pools will cut three maps from ranked play, while the casual map pool is also getting reduced it will receive seasonal rotations of maps to keep things fresh, but learnable.

This Week In Imports: Oninaki Explores Dungeons With Mary Skelter 2

The week’s big release is Oninaki, Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest game that focuses on action RPG gameplay rather than turn-based combat. Players will team up with various Daemons that represent different weapon playstyles, and fight their way through the world of the living and the dead, while protecting the little girl Linne.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD Is Fun Madness That Leaves Something To Be Desired For Its PC Outing

I’ve got to admit that back at its reveal during E3 2018, I was skeptical of Metal Wolf Chaos as I wasn’t familiar with it. But as I got to know more about the game, I was more and more won over by its cheese factor that you could smell from a mile away, and fortunately got the opportunity to playtest the game with the Steam version.

Pokemon Sword And Shield’s Battle Stadium Has Ranked Tiers And Rental Pokemon Options

The Pokemon Company recently updated the official website for Pokemon Sword and Shield with info on the Battle Stadium, which is this generation’s version of the online battle hub. As you might expect, using the Battle Stadium will require a Nintendo Switch Online subscription.

Guide a colony of chubby buddies by means of life in Sproots

I have a new dream pet, and it’s a handful of Sproots, the friendly Pikmin-like stars of game collective Sokpop’s latest. I am tempted to say that I would like to be one, putting my hands in the dirt and eating berries, but they do have an unfortunate habit of dying. Which perhaps indicates that I wouldn’t be the best pet parent for them either. The cheery little “good luck!” at the end of this trailer may betray some of the cut-throatedness behind the cute.

Explore a doomed well being retreat in upcoming Resort

One great pleasure that you may not all be familiar with is interviewing people who are passionate about whatever it is you’re speaking to them about. You may be able to get something of a sense of it from Resort, which follows protagonist Laura Tanner as she speaks to the people staying there. Although the fact that it is about to get destroyed by a comet and its inhabitants are so passionate about the place that they refuse to leave may put a dampener on the whole affair. Take a peek at the reveal trailer below.

Screenshot Saturday Sundays: Fluffy photographers, damp driveways, and dwelling layers

Screenshot Saturday! A day to dream of all the games that might one day be. What do you mean Gamescom starts tomorrow and that’s what that event is for? This is our weekly version, smaller and better. (Also, what do you mean Gamescom starts tomorrow? How is time??) This week: a chunky raccoon pal, some oddly familiar city streets, and a forest built up from sketch to colourful autumn foliage.

Oblivion-in-Skyrim mod Skyblivion reveals off new trailer because it creeps nearer to launch

Fan project Skyblivion has been rumbling along under the radar for a while, and now it’s resurfaced with a new trailer to show off its voice acting and a slew of other changes. The ambitious mod that aims to recreate Oblivion entirely within its successor Skyrim is “finally shaping up to what we can call a proper video game,” say its creators. You can see it for yourself below.

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This Week In Imports: Oninaki Explores Dungeons With Mary Skelter 2

The week’s big release is Oninaki, Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest game that focuses on action RPG gameplay rather than turn-based combat. Players will team up with various Daemons that represent different weapon playstyles, and fight their way through the world of the living and the dead, while protecting the little girl Linne.

Three maps minimize from Rainbow Six Siege’s ranked map pool

Ubisoft is looking to drastically tighten up the map pools for both casual and ranked playlists in Rainbow Six Siege in an effort to make the game easier to learn for newcomers and more competitive in ranked. The new map pools will cut three maps from ranked play, while the casual map pool is also getting reduced it will receive seasonal rotations of maps to keep things fresh, but learnable.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD Is Fun Madness That Leaves Something To Be Desired For Its PC Outing

I’ve got to admit that back at its reveal during E3 2018, I was skeptical of Metal Wolf Chaos as I wasn’t familiar with it. But as I got to know more about the game, I was more and more won over by its cheese factor that you could smell from a mile away, and fortunately got the opportunity to playtest the game with the Steam version.

Nintendo creates 4 Sanrio wallpapers from Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

To celebrate all the special items you can get from Sanrio Characters Collection #3 in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Nintendo has created four brand-new mobile wallpapers that highlight the collaboration, featuring Marty, Chelsea, Étoile and Rilla. The one and only Hello Kitty also makes an appearance in one of the wallpapers. You can check out all four unique designs in the embedded gallery below:

The 2020 Pokémon World Championships will happen in London, England

The 2019 Pokemon World Championships have come to an end. Because of this, the official Pokemon Twitter account is now beginning to look towards the future. Earlier today, they announced that the 2020 Pokemon World Championships will take place in London, England. The official tweet can be seen down below, so feel free to check it out.