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AHOY MATEYS! ADVENTURE TIME: PIRATES OF ENCHIRIDION




BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe and Outright Games announced that much-anticipated open world adventure game, Adventure Time: Pirates of Enchiridion, is available starting July 20th on Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4, Xbox One™ and PC.  Based on Cartoon Network’s award-winning TV series, Adventure Time, will be available globally from July 20th.



The latest side-splitting adventure will have gamers setting sail as they play as Finn, Jake, BMO and Marceline to explore fan-favorite kingdoms and meet the beloved characters from Cartoon Network’s popular TV animation series, Adventure Time.

The game starts with a flooded Land of Ooo, in which familiar kingdoms are cut off from each other by rising waters. In their newly constructed boat, named Jeff, Finn and Jake set sail to investigate what the junk went down.

During their adventures, Finn and Jake will recruit friends to join their crew, jump into swashbuckling fights, interrogate characters for clues, and traverse the new and dangerous sea to locations across Ooo.


Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion Gameplay Features Include:
  • Freely explore the Land of Ooo
  • 3D visuals that match the art-style of the show
  • Playable fan-favourite characters: Finn, Jake, BMO, and Marceline
  • An original Adventure Time story, voiced by the series’ voice cast.
  • Tactical combat
  • Hero progression
  • Pirates – “Shiver me timbers!”


Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion developed by Climax Studios and distributed by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe will be available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and STEAM for PC and other distributors on July 20th, 2018. For more information about the game and other products from BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe please visit: https://www.bandainamcoent.com, follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BandaiNamcoEU , or join the conversation at https://www.twitter.com/BandaiNamcoEU .

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Sea of Thieves ‘Cursed Sails’ Free Update To Unleash Skeleton Ships On July 31


At last month’s E3 we gave players a tease of the upcoming Sea of Thieves content updates that we have planned for the winter. We’re thrilled to announce that the first of these winter updates – Cursed Sails – will be available for free to all Sea of Thieves players from July 31.


As part of our ongoing commitment to deliver new Sea of Thieves content throughout the year, Cursed Sails will offer our biggest update yet at no charge for those who own the game or access it through Xbox Game Pass. Players will now be able to battle terrifying new skeleton ships, set sail in the new three-player Brigantine ship and form Alliances with other players to take on bigger challenges and share greater rewards.

This permanent new content will be introduced into the game through a special time-limited campaign, Cursed Sails. Offering players a range of unique rewards, this three-week campaign will see skeleton ships terrorise outposts and challenge pirates to do battle on the seas. A story-driven side quest will also allow players to investigate the source of the skeleton scourge. For a taste of what’s to come, watch our new trailer above.



This Cursed Sails campaign and content update will be available free and without charge to all Sea of Thieves players who have bought the game across the Xbox One family of devices or on Windows 10 PC, or who have access to it as part of Xbox Game Pass. Once it goes live from July 31, simply download and install the latest Sea of Thieves update to get access. And don’t worry, if you’re unable to take part in the time-limited campaign, all the features introduced with this campaign will remain in the Sea of Thieves world for everyone to see and experience.


New to Sea of Thieves? Join over four million players at xbox.com/seaofthieves, and visit the Sea of Thieves website at SeaofThieves.com to embark with the community. See you out on the seas.


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The Best Man for the Job Nathan Fillion Finally Stars in his Uncharted Movie

Let's just say my man crush on Nathan Fillion is strong. This morning it has been made even stronger. 
Hints have been dropped this week and we have been wishing for this for some time but we finally have an Uncharted film!
A fan made film has surfaced this morning with Fillion in the role of treasure hunter Nathan Drake, and I have to say, he is perfect for it.
Directed by Allan Ungar the all to brief movie sees Nathan being interrogated then escaping in true Uncharted style. There is fan service a plenty and more than enough for Sony to sit up and take notice that this needs to happen! 
So people, here we are again, we did it for Deadpool, now it's Uncharted's turn. Share it around, far and wide, show everyone you know and make plenty of noise. 
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Punch Your Friends' Giant Robot Faces



Publisher Modus Games, with developer The Balance Inc., today announce Override: Mech City Brawl, a 3D mech-based party brawler coming to PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC on December 4, 2018. A new trailer highlights the super-sized action.

Pilot your very own mech and pit them against other enormous robots in fully-destructible arenas modeled after real world locations like San Francisco, Egypt, Mexico, and Japan.

·  Duke it out in 1v1 or 2v2 brawls
·  Unleash total chaos in 4-person free-for-all
·  Team up in 2 to 4-player party co-op – where each player controls one part of a skyscraper-sized mech
·  Go it alone in the single-player campaign

Override: Mech City Brawl will launch with a total of 12 different mechs to pilot, all with their own play style and specialty moves. Once you've selected your mech, you can customise it with a range of unlockable accessories and skins in The Garage. If you're going to smash your way through cities, you might as well look good doing it!

A Closed Beta is taking place August 10-12, 2018. You can sign up at www.overridegame.com. Also, be sure to join in the conversation on the official Override channels:



Players can pre-order the game starting today. The Super Charged Mega Edition includes the Season Pass, delivering 4 extra mechs and 16 new skins post-launch, as well as instant access to 12 legendary skins normally unlocked in the Standard Edition. Override: Mech City Brawl arrives on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on December 4, 2018.

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Overwatch players help raise $12.7 million USD



The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) today announced that it will receive an unprecedented $12.7 million USD donation from Blizzard Entertainment. The donation was tied to worldwide sales of a limited-edition "Pink Mercy" hero skin for Blizzard’s internationally acclaimed best-selling game Overwatch®, along with a special T-shirt created to support the cause. (“Skin” is a game industry term for an alternate version of a character’s outfit or appearance.) The gaming community rallied around the fundraising effort, making it the largest donation by a corporate partner in one year in BCRF’s 25-year history.

The special charity skin was designed for the Overwatch hero Mercy, a scientist and the “guardian angel” of the game who has dedicated her life to helping others. The limited-edition skin was offered as an in-game purchase on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with Blizzard Entertainment donating 100% of the proceeds it receives from sales of the skin to BCRF.

“Blizzard Entertainment’s record-breaking commitment to activate change for women’s health by mobilising the gaming community worldwide will have a lasting impact,” said Stephanie Kauffman, Chief Strategic Alliances Officer at BCRF. “Blizzard’s support of BCRF will help accelerate breakthroughs in prevention strategies, improved treatments, survivorship and quality of life for breast cancer patients worldwide.” 

In addition to the charity skin, players showed their support for the cause with a purchase of a limited-edition Pink Mercy T-shirt, available for men and women, designed by community artist VICKISIGH. Blizzard also coordinated charity streams on Twitch with 14 star Overwatch players from around the world, who collectively raised more than $130,000 USD for BCRF during the two-week campaign.

"BCRF does critical work every single day to support women’s health and develop new research and strategies for preventing, treating, and curing breast cancer, and we’re proud to make this contribution to their efforts," said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. "I’m grateful to all of the Overwatch players around the world who made supporting such a good cause possible with their enthusiasm for the game and their generosity.”


Click here to learn more about BCRF’s collaborations with Blizzard Entertainment.

 

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Inside Xbox Episode 5 Recap



Earlier today Inside Xbox Episode 5 aired, continuing to pull back the curtain on Team Xbox to celebrate our games, features, and fans. This episode was full of closer looks at some big upcoming games, including No Man’s SkyWe Happy Few, and Earthfall, as well as the announcement of a huge addition to Xbox Game Pass. So, without further ado, let’s take a closer look at some of the biggest news coming out of this month’s episode of Inside Xbox.

Rocket League and Warhammer: Vermintide 2 are Coming to Xbox Game Pass
The Xbox Game Pass catalogue continues to grow this week, thanks to the addition of a couple of awesome titles. First up, the much-loved Rocket League, which blends elements of soccer, racing, and demolition derbies together to create a wonderful whole, hits Xbox Game Pass today. Then, tomorrow, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 brings its mix of over-the-top gore and first-person hacking and slashing to the service.
The Sport White Special Edition Xbox One Controller
Featuring beautiful, clean lines and a snazzy design, the latest addition to the Xbox One controller family is a looker. Inspired by sports and sneakers, the Sport White’s got mint green accents and grey and silver patterns to go along with its fresh white design. If you’re a sneaker head, you’ll definitely want one of these. You can snag this sporty beauty at the Microsoft Store and other retailers beginning July 31st in the U.S. and Canada, and then worldwide on August 7th.
A Closer Look at No Man’s Sky
The highly-anticipated space exploration game No Man’s Sky is hitting Xbox One on July 24, so we had Hello Games founder Sean Murray on to share a bit about how excited the team is to be bringing the game to our consoles. He also showed a new video created by the team that breaks down 11 new features, from freighters to alien sidekicks, added to the game since its initial launch, all of which will be available when the game launches on Xbox One.
We Happy Few Adds a Story Mode
The Inside Xbox team was joined by Guillaume Provost from Compulsion Games, the latest studio to join the Microsoft Studios family. Guillaume showed off We Happy Few’s new story mode for the first time, sharing that you’ll be able to see events in the game from multiple perspectives as you play. This is going to be one wild ride, and we can’t wait to see more when the game releases in August.
Surviving an Alien Invasion in Earthfall
Coming to join us from their studio just up the road in Bellevue, the team from developer Holospark gave us a closer look at the upcoming game Earthfall, which releases this coming Friday, July 13. Earthfall is a four-player co-op shooter that tasks players with surviving an alien invasion, and it looks like a blast. Even better, the guys announced that all maps and additions to the game will be absolutely free to anyone who purchases it. There will also be Mixer integration, so save up that Spark to help your friends!

Seasons Change in Forza Horizon 4
To close out the show, the team was joined by some familiar faces from Playground Games, who came on to give fans a closer at this highly-anticipated (and absolutely gorgeous) Xbox One racing game. This segment lead into a special live-stream on mixer.com/forzamotorsport, where the team at Playground Games highlighted the summer season, including interviews with the team and community Q&A.

Thanks to everyone who tuned in! We hope you enjoyed the show and we can’t wait to tell you all about next month’s episode in a few weeks.


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July Xbox Update Rolling Out!!!


E3 may be in our rear view like an autumn leaf in Forza Horizon 4, but we’ve been busy updating the Xbox experience and adding features that you’ve requested.  The July Xbox Update adds features that make finding content even easier and offers a host of improvements to Mixer. Here’s what’s new:



FastStart Enabled for Select Titles 
Announced back at E3 2018, FastStart is a new innovation from our Xbox Platform team that allows you to jump into your games twice as fast and play after downloading just a fraction of it. FastStart works by identifying which files are needed to begin playing and prioritizes the download of those files first, enabling you to quickly jump into full-fidelity gameplay while the remainder of your title downloads in the background. Simply find the FastStart-enabled title you want to play in our catalogue, hit ‘Download’ and your console will take care of the rest. It’s that simple. What’s more, it’s now enabled for select English language titles in our Xbox Game Pass catalogue, and will expand to more games in more languages over time. You can learn more about FastStart 
here.

Group Your Games and Apps
With so much content available, fans have asked for more options to organize libraries of games and apps.  Today, we’re introducing a powerful new enhancement to Pins, which we call “Groups.” With Groups, you can create multiple collections of content made up of anything from within My Games & Apps. You can also assign custom names to each Group, organize and order them, and add individual Groups to Home. Groups will appear across My Games & Apps, Home and Guide, so you’ll be able to access your Groups at a moment’s notice. Best of all, Groups are tied to your Xbox Live account, so they will automatically sync across multiple Xbox One consoles. We’ve started you off with a Group that should look very familiar — your Pins!



More Search Options
Searching for content is now even easier!  Now pressing the Y button anywhere in the dashboard will bring up the search dialog, allowing you to easily launch your content, sift through Settings, or find products in the Store.  This process is found in many apps, but now you can do it anywhere within the dashboard.  Not seeing enough results for your search? Hit enter or click the “more results” button to view a full page for your search results.

Mixer Share Controller Improvements
We’ve made it easier to use Share Controller on the web. First, we’ve enabled full mouse and keyboard support for PC users, along with Share Controller 
Key Bindings.
Second, we’ve added multi-touch support for touch-enabled devices. This allows multiple controls to be used at the same time! For example, you can control the joystick and press A at the same time on your touch laptop.
And lastly, we’ve added a per-channel leaderboard that spotlights viewers who have contributed to a streamer’s channel the most during a Share Controller session.
Full Screen Broadcasting on Mixer
Mixer streamers can now go full screen with their webcam while broadcasting. You can switch to full screen webcam broadcasting at any time you want. While in this mode game audio is muted, making it perfect for talking to your audience while switching from game to game or setting up before you start playing. You can even do all IRL broadcasts!
For the best experience we recommend using one of these cameras:
  • Microsoft LifeCam Studio
  • Logitech HD Pro Webcam C922
  • Logitech Webcam C930e
  • Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000
Console broadcasting quality and stability improvements
We’ve made a number of changes and fixes to improve overall broadcast video quality.  You will now experience improved performance when broadcasting bandwidth-heavy multiplayer.


All of these updates are available because of the Xbox Insiders who have helped shape these features, so big thanks to all of you for your valuable input.  If you’d like to help create the future of Xbox and get access to early features, download the Xbox Insider Hub app on your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC.  You can also visit the Xbox Insider blog here for the latest release notes and to learn more. Happy gaming!

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Halo is Coming to TV!!!!


It’s a big day for Halo – today, SHOWTIME president and CEO David Nevins announced the network has ordered a 10-episode season based on the legendary video game franchise!
In its adaptation for SHOWTIME, Halo (working title) will take place in the universe that first came to be in 2001, dramatizing an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant. Kyle Killen (Awake) will serve as executive producer, writer and showrunner. Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) will direct multiple episodes and also executive produce the hour-long series which enters production in early 2019.

Halo is our most ambitious series ever, and we expect audiences who have been anticipating it for years to be thoroughly rewarded,” said Nevins. “In the history of television, there simply has never been enough great science fiction. Kyle Killen’s scripts are thrilling, expansive and provocative, Rupert Wyatt is a wonderful, world-building director, and their vision of Halo will enthral fans of the game while also drawing the uninitiated into a world of complex characters that populate this unique universe.”

“This is a truly exciting moment for the Halo franchise,” stated Kiki Wolfkill, head of Halo Transmedia at 343 Industries. “Together with our creative and production partners at SHOWTIME and Amblin Television, the Halo television series will represent new and exciting way for fans to enter and engage with the Halo universe. We can’t wait to share more on what’s ahead.” Halo will be executive produced by Killen, Wyatt and Scott Pennington, along with Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank for Amblin Television. The series will be distributed globally by CBS Studios International.


For all things Halo and the recently announced Halo Infinite, be sure to check out Halo Waypoint and stay tuned to Xbox Wire.

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A Moment of Joy for We Happy Few



It's another example of the disparity between the classification of games here and in other countries.

We Happy Few was recently refused classification due to the use of the drug Joy allowing an easier gaming experience, seen as incentivising drug use and breeching classification requirements. Australia's National Classification Code states that games depicting "drug misuse or addiction ... in such a way that they offend against the standards of morality, decency and propriety generally accepted by reasonable adults" will be refused classification.

"A player who takes Joy can reduce gameplay difficulty, therefore receiving an incentive by progressing through the game quickly. Although there are alternative methods to complete the game, gameplay requires the player to take Joy to progress," the board said in its original ruling. "In the Board’s opinion, the game’s drug-use mechanism of making game progression less difficult, constituted an incentive or reward for drug-use. Therefore, the game exceeded the R18+ classification because of the drug use related to incentives and rewards."   


Meanwhile in other countries, including our neighbours in New Zealand, the game received a PG13 rating. The Classification Board received a heavy amount of backlash for their decision to decline the rating and was urged to reconsider, even by the developer Compulsion Games themselves.

The Classification Board announced today that it will consider an appeal of the Classification next month, and extended an invitation to individuals or organizations to "apply for standing as an interested party. The closing date to lodge your application for standing as an interested party and any submissions is 29 June 2018," the announcement says. "Please note that the Review Board can only consider submissions about We Happy Few itself and not any other matters relating to computer game classification policy or issues generally."  


The Classification Board's re-review is scheduled for July 3.

If you wish to lodge your own application you can do so at the following link:


http://www.classification.gov.au/Public/Resources/Documents/2018-media-releases/26june2018--media-release--classification-review-announced-for-the-computer-game-we-happy-few.pdf

Or via post or email as follows:

Submissions should be emailed to crb@classification.gov.au or sent to:
The Convenor
Classification Review Board
Locked Bag 3
HAYMARKET NSW 1240
The Classification Review Board is an independent merits review body. It makes a fresh classification decision upon receipt of an application for review. The Classification Review Board decision takes the place of the original decision made by the Classification Board.




"We've received a lot of support since the first decision from the board and we want to thank everybody who has offered us help." -Compulsion Games


-Rem















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WARRIORS OROCHI 4 RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED



Fresh from E3 2018, KOEI TECMO Europe revealed that Warriors Orochi 4, the latest installment in the one versus thousands action game series, will feature the return of fan-favourite split screen co-op!

Slated for release across Europe on 19th October 2018 for the PlayStation®4 Computer Entertainment System, Nintendo Switch and the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Warriors Orochi 4 boasts a remarkable 170 playable characters from the Dynasty and Samurai Warriors universes, giving players an astounding number of options to choose from when playing alone, or with a friend.

Furthermore, this latest fusion title features the inaugural appearance of Magic abilities, allowing characters to wield phenomenally powerful and visually impressive attacks against their most challenging foes. These new-found powers come from the Gods’ most divine artifacts: the Sacred Treasures. In this distorted, merged version of their worlds, all Warriors are unexpectedly gifted with a Sacred Treasure that fuels their spell-casting attacks. Alongside their legacy moves and special attacks they can now cast ranged and targeted spells, or even combine their powers with those of an ally for truly devastating blows!

To further showcase the new possibilities that open up in Warriors Orochi 4 Koei Tecmo released a set of screens and a new trailer, offering a deeper look into the game’s first announced new character: the father of the Greek pantheon: Zeus. Wielding the mighty Keravnos Zeus has the power to call down thunder to devastate his enemies and he seems to partner up with familiar faces from the Warrior-verse to defeat a yet-unknown foe!

 


More information about the game’s release, narrative, and new mechanics will follow in the coming weeks. To keep up to date with the latest news on Warriors Orochi 4 please visit the official site at www.koeitecmoeurope.com/wo4, Like www.facebook.com/koeitecmogames, and Follow us on Twitter @koeitecmoeurope

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Free Coding Workshops with Microsoft Store Sydney


The Flagship Microsoft Store Sydney has announced it is partnering with Code Like a Girl to bring a series of free coding workshops to girls aged 6-15 years old from Monday 9th July to Sunday 15th July 2018. The workshops aim to address the need for skilled female information communications technology (ICT) specialists, working to empower and inspire young girls to get involved in coding and encourage this skill for potential future careers in IT industries.

According to recent industry research, in the last 2 years over 40,000 ICT jobs have been created in Australia – but only 13% of girls study STEM in grades eleven and twelve, and just 1 in 10 enrolments to IT based degrees are girls. Combined, women account for less than 24% of the current IT workforce.

The Code Like a Girl workshops are the latest addition to the line-up of free educational workshops available at Microsoft Store. These range from Academy to Creative illustration and design to Xbox game design and Minecraft coding. The Code Like a Girl workshops address the growing need for skilled ICT workers in Australia and Microsoft’s commitment to improving diversity in the tech industry.

Code Like a Girl is an Australian organisation with the goal to reimagine the future for girls and women in the technology industry. The workshops at flagship Microsoft Store Sydney will be conducted by instructors with practical experience in the field, giving girls the opportunity to get hands on with technology, learning an array of skills from how to build websites, to how to create digital art and games, all using coding techniques and programs.

Jessica Erhart, Community Development Specialist at the flagship Microsoft Store Sydney commented on the partnership saying, “By providing young girls an opportunity to develop an active interest in coding, we can help deliver real impact to the future of the Australian technology industry. We see from our customers every day that there is a strong desire from girls to learn how to code and Microsoft Store is committed to creating an innovative learning environment where every young girl from any background, feels included, inspired, supported and empowered.”

Key details for the Code Like a Girl workshops below:

When: Monday July 9th to Sunday July 15th at various times throughout each day
Where: Flagship Microsoft Store Sydney (Pitt St Mall, 188 Pitt St, Sydney)
Duration: the workshops run for two and a half hours
Recommended age: varies per workshop type, approx. 6-15 years old
Skill level: beginners no prior learning needed
Workshop types:
  1. Design and Build a Website: this workshop will cover how to create and edit your own website from start to finish including HTML coding and styling using CSS3
  2. Girls and Games: in this beginner coding tutorial participants will learn how to create their own personalised game from scratch
  3. Coding Up a Storm: in this workshop participants will mix playing with learning and use Lego Mindstorms to learn core computational logic and concept
  4. Creative Coding: this workshop will allow participants to draw and decorate their own digital art using data structures, selections and loops

Code Like a Girl CEO and Co-Founder, Ally Watson commented on the workshops stating, “It’s great to see a retailer like Microsoft Store supporting young girls as these type of opportunities aren’t regularly offered for free. It’s important that brands like Microsoft actively support the education of young girls in STEM, as it gives the next generation a chance to experience the amazing world of coding and tech.”

Whether you are a whizz kid with technology, a complete novice, or you’re just interested in learning more about coding, Code Like a Girl workshops are a great way to meet likeminded girls, learn from some leading industry talent and have fun.


Register to come along to the Code Like a Girl workshops at www.microsoft.com.au/codelikeagirl. For more information and to check out the latest events at the flagship Microsoft Store in Sydney, please see the events page on the Microsoft Store website.

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