27 Jun 19

My research into fan reactions for The Last Jedi led me through this swamp of interminable waffle* and so I couldn’t let it pass. I should also, preface this by saying, yes – I am being paid by Disney to write this. That’s why we’re struggling to keep up with the bills. The bastards won’t […]

27 Jun 19
Online Shopping @ Just 4 Us Shopping

Princess Spring Color Style,, Spring is coming! Are you ready for spring? Our princesses want to try Spring’s color. Pink, green or purple. Which one do you like? Let’s choose the suitable one for each of them. Have fun! Mouse or tap to play., Princess, Plant, Movie, Kids, HTML5, House, Holiday, Girl, Frozen, Fashion, Dress […]

27 Jun 19

Covalent Partners Llc has dropped its stake in Universal Fst Prods Inc (UFPI) by 10.37% based on its latest 2019Q1 regulatory filing with the SEC. Covalent Partners Llc sold 11,580 shares as the company's stock rose 14.64% with the market. The hedge fund held 100.135 shares of the basic industries at the end of 2019Q1, […]

27 Jun 19

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27 Jun 19
Celeste King, Author

Over two weeks. Sixteen days, to be precise. Sixteen straight nights alone, on her couch, a bottle of wine, and Gilmore Girls playing on Netflix, interspersed with the occasional Disney movie. She was sick of it. She was sick of wallowing, but she didn’t know how to stop it. Kenna had spent too much time […]

27 Jun 19
The Masthead

The 10 hours I spent in Liverpool on 25 May were ostensibly to attend Magic Weekend at Anfield. Contrary to what the name and the venue imply, this wasn’t some Disney crossover with the Premier League, but a slate of six rugby league matches, all played at the home of the then-Champions League finalist Liverpool […]

27 Jun 19

Village Roadshow Entertainment Group announced today that it has acquired the film and TV rights to the Myst franchise of puzzle adventure games. The plan is to “rely on and expand upon the game’s existing mythology to develop a multi-platform universe,” including films and television shows, according to a press release. Myst is owned and published […]

27 Jun 19
Jumping Raccoons

Back durning all the snow, I planned a few trips for the year. Maybe out of boredom from being home for so many days. Whatever the reason, Silverwood was on the list. It’s a theme park in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. I wanted to be sure we went before school was out for the summer and […]

27 Jun 19
Hollywood and Pixels

Another year, another bleak foray into the existential dread of the nature of the human condition. Although, this time, things seem a little different. Perhaps showrunner Charlie Brooker has discovered inner peace, or at least a substance based substitute, because Black Mirror series five is perhaps the franchise’s most optimistic and bright outing yet. Continuing […]

27 Jun 19
News Directory

It 's Disappointed. T After grossing over $ 3 billion annually in 2018 – Disney's 2019 with a murderer's row of franchise titles that have paid off as expected. While the studio still dubbed “Dumbo,” which grossed only $ 287 million against a $ 170 million million “aladdin,” recently released “Toy Story 4” , "And […]

27 Jun 19
Metro Exodus – now available on Game Pass The Thursday Inbox has advice for finding the best Super Mario Maker 2 levels, as one reader is unhappy about the new Commander Keen. To join in with the discussions yourself email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk   [metro-fact-box title=”Welcome future” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I’m going to praise Microsoft and Game Pass again. Having not been sold on Metro Exodus when it was initially released I’m really loving it now it’s ‘free’ on Game Pass. In my opinion this is the future. Recent games I or my kids have enjoyed, but would never have actually bought, include Supermarket Shriek, Resident Evil Revelations, Absolver, Below, Batman: Arkham Knight, etc., etc. To me it represents good value and I’m happy to pay it. Neil [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Making do” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] So… World War Z, eh? Not a bad little game at all. Much harder than I expected on normal difficulty too. I’ll happily take this as a Left 4 Dead interim until Valve get their act together. Also, Metro Exodus. What a game. Currently addicted, the systems and lone wolf feel are great. The freedom is great, the graphics are stunning. Game Pass has truly been special so far this year. I have 500-odd games on the Xbox alone and struggle to make a dent when titles of this quality drop so frequently. PugMartin GC: If nothing else we’re glad people are getting a chance to appreciate Metro Exodus, it already feels like it’s being unfairly overlooked in terms of being amongst this year’s best games. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Not so Keen” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Been meaning to write this for a while, since E3 really. I was first shocked (in surprise) and then shocked (in horror) by the reveal of the new Commander Keen game. When I was little, long before I ever had a console, I played Episode 4 (Secret Of The Oracle) for hours and hours. Keen was literally born out of the developer wanting to port Super Mario Bros. over to the PC and to my nine-year-old self this was my Mario. So to see the new Keen in action stirred some, let’s say, strong feelings. Why oh why did they make this a mobile game – and it’s not even a platform game! I’ve kind of taken to the art style – it really brings to mind Saturday morning cartoons – but just cannot believe they used it in anything other than a platformer. While always for a younger audience, Keen was never so juvenile (the intro line from the reveal trailer ‘get Uranus to Mars’ made me wince) and Keen’s character was more of a brave nerd than some little punk kid with ‘tude. This can be explained away by the fact that that it’s actually the original Keen’s child(ren) rather than the OG one but it’s still poor characterisation. Perhaps this is all due to the non-involvement of the original creator Tom Hall, who has publicly distanced himself from this new one. The fact that he has been trying to get another game made for decades now without success (he doesn’t hold the rights to his own creation) and they’ve passed him over to do their own thing leaves a sour taste in my mouth. I’m still not happy with the direction they’ve gone but I’m at least hopeful that if the characters prove to be popular it may lead to a new game somewhere down the line – one that respects and does justice to the original. Major_Kahonas PS: The only other thing that I was peeved at was the redesign of the cult icon the Dopefish. If the Dopefish is supposed to be the second dumbest creature in the universe then whoever OK’d that redesign must be the first. [/metro-fact-box]   E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk   [metro-fact-box title=”Head start” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Good review for Super Mario Maker 2. If you are getting the game then I would definitely head over to the Mario Maker subreddit. This is the best place to find great levels to your own tastes and get help with designing. The first game took about a year or so before many people began to create some truly amazing levels. The sequel has a massive head start however, as many people have a few years of experience now. The Level Of The Week contest is returning in a couple of weeks and whether you wish to compete or not it is a regular source of great levels of all kinds. Also check out the Discord, many friendly people hang out there, including myself! It’s almost certain that the majority of levels you will find by only using the games search feature or endless mode will be hot garbage. Use Reddit, seriously! If you want to play traditional Mario levels, Metroidvanias, or Kaizo speedruns, it doesn’t matter, you will find them there. FatysHenrys [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”So good I played it twice” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Forgotten Anne sure has done a fine job of etching its measured goodness into my memories. Its Studio Ghibli esque art style and graceful animations are sumptuous to behold; the story and characters are captivating and beyond charming; the platforming gameplay channels the rigid, deliberate precision of the original Prince Of Persia, Flashback, and Another World; and the puzzle solving, which primarily focuses on the extraction, insertion and diverting of energy to operate machinery, is often stimulating in my opinion. I’ve already finished this enchanting fairy tale-like adventure but I’ve decided to dive straight back in to get the other ending. Can’t recommended this indie gem enough! Galvanized Gamer GC: It is one of the best hidden gems of recent years. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Secret annoucement” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] What an underwhelming announcement for the PC Engine Mini! For me this is the most exciting news out of this year’s E3. I am genuinely excited about this. When the PC Engine was originally released they were very much out of my reach financially and indeed most people my age. Interesting that Konami own the rights for this as they have a good catalogue of games on the system. It will be interesting to see what makes it onto the games list and how many games we will get. It’s possible it’s going to be a little shoot ‘em-up heavy but I hope they don’t mess this up like Sony did with their PlayStation mini. BADMAFiA1972 GC: Konami bought developer Hudson Soft back in 2012, so they own all their games and the PC Engine hardware and brand. Although Bomberman is the only one they’ve used recently. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Encouraging more” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Are there any indications of how many copies Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night has sold? I’m hoping it sold well not only to warrant another game from Koji Igarashi, but to show Konami that an old school Castlevania is still wanted by fans. LoRd SiNn GC: That’s very difficult to say with a crowd-funded game. It didn’t have much impact on the physical sales charts but most of its sales would’ve been digital and it’s essentially already been paid for. If Konami are doing a new Contra a new Castlevania game has got to be inevitable at some point. The last rumour we heard was that it was for PlayStation 5/Project Scarlett. [/metro-fact-box]   Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here   [metro-fact-box title=”Missing the boat” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I think the problem for me with lack of enthusiasm for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order isn’t just EA’s track record but the fact that it’s been 5 years and we barely have any decent Star Wars games in comparison to the wealth of titles which existed prior to the Disney buyout of the franchise. We’ve experienced two generations of consoles in that time (not including the PlayStation VR) and neither has brought us more advanced artificial intellegence, more immersive interaction, or gameplay innovation. EA could’ve released so many titles spanning multiple genres, like point ‘n’ click Thimbleweed Park story-based, X-Wing, motion-controlled lightsabre combat within a new Jedi training game, a smuggler simulator, a full VR starfighter game, or even a retro-themed 2D Uniracers/Super Mario World/Lost Vikings style BB-8 droid platformer. We haven’t even had a VR update of Pod Racer! Imagine how visceral that would be. I mean, a completely immersive yet passive game in the PlayStation VR Ocean Descent or Panzer Dragoon vein influenced by Star Tours would be amazing, and not too difficult to produce. I’d settle for a Millennium Falcon game where you can walk freely around the inside of the ship and play co-op with friends in VR, like Star Trek Bridge Crew; fighting attacking TIEs off in the gunner positions, fixing the hyperdrive, flying through asteroid fields, practicing with a lightsabre with the remote target, and picking up/dropping off cargo and hiding under the flooring from boarding Stormtroopers as mini-tasks. Fallen Order just looks generic and derivative. Where’s all the imagination? Demonscythe Synthwave [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Inbox also-rans” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] The Last Day Of June game is free on PC on Epic Games Store from today. Andrew J. Just completed: Walking Dead Season 4 and Life Is Strange 2: Episode 3 (PS4) I didn’t follow E3 that closely but I completely missed the announcement about the mini PC Engine. Is there any likelihood it will be released in the UK? Inbox magic do your thing. Mattpat GC: It is, or at least the basic model is. There are some cosmetic variants that probably won’t though. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”This week’s Hot Topic” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] The subject for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Tully and asks what would you make the launch title for the PlayStation 5 and/or Project Scarlett? Despite E3 having just taken place we still have no clear idea about what’s happening with the next gen formats, even though they’re due to launch next year. But if you were in charge what game or games would you ensure were available on the new consoles from day one? Would it be part of an established franchise or something brand new? If it is new, what kind of game would it be and how would it take advantage of the more powerful hardware? Are there particular types of game that either company are currently missing? And if Nintendo announces a new format soon what would you advise for them? E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk [/metro-fact-box]   The small print New Inbox updates appear twice daily, every weekday morning and afternoon. Readers’ letters are used on merit and may be edited for length. You can also submit your own 500 to 600-word 4Player viewer features at any time, which if used will be shown in the next available weekend slot. You can also leave your comments below and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter.
26 Jun 19
Main Street Tourist

Do you know that bounceback offers exist? Do you take advantage of them? While you are still on vacation at Walt Disney World, dial x8844 from your hotel room and check out the latest offer. As a Guest staying at the Walt Disney World Resort a special deal will be offered if you book another […]