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All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)

All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)

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All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)



Nintendo finally announced more details about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's upcoming DLC first expansion pack, The Master Trials. It features several bonus costumes based on iconic apparel from past entries in the series. From Majora's Mask to a Tingle outfit, there's a multitude of new outfits to look forward to. Click ahead to see what to expect.


Be sure to check back often as we update this feature with more DLC costumes.


For more about Breath of the Wild's upcoming DLC, check out our article detailing the specifics of what it includes.





Korok Mask


All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)




Majora's Mask


All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)




Midna's Helmet


All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)






Phantom Armor


All The New Zelda Breath Of The Wild DLC Costumes (So Far)




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Downhill Jam

Play Downhill Jam for free! - Ride a skateboard down the hill avoiding the obstacles and collecting bonus points, in this 3D realistic game.

NBA Playgrounds Review

NBA Playgrounds Review

NBA Playgrounds attempts to fill the void left by beloved series like NBA Jam and NBA Street. And while it can be a fun, flashy arcade game, it quickly succumbs to its own repetitive gameplay and presentation--with frustrating results.


Playgrounds has only one game mode in both single-player and online multiplayer: two-on-two. Aside from an Exhibition mode used for practice, the bulk of your time in Playgrounds is spent competing in tournaments around the world on one of six courts, styled after real-world cities such as New York and Shanghai. You have to play through three-minute games before your team is able to compete in the five-minute championship, which unlocks new courts and player-card packs that grant you a new selection of the game's 150-plus real players from the NBA's 30 teams.


Playgrounds is quick and fun--in the short term. A lot of the game's offense and defense comes down to timing. Once you get that down, it adds a fun sense of rhythm to the game--knowing when to release a shot, the best time to try for a steal, or when to attempt an alley-oop. But a lack of AI responsiveness disrupts that rhythm. Computer-controlled teammates won't always react when you direct them to set a pick or initiate an alley-oop, which can lead to the shot clock expiring or an easy steal for your opponent. You eventually learn that you can only consistently rely on your AI teammate to shepherd the ball while you look for open space on the court.


Despite the fact that your partner is often unreliable, the moments when the AI behaves according to plan can lead to impressive displays of teamwork. You’re rewarded for flashy play during games by pulling off alley-oops, fancy dunks, and stealing the ball from opponents. These moves fill up your team's special meter, which, when full, pays out a random "lottery pick." One such lottery pick guarantees a player's shot will go in from any distance after passing the half-court line, or even if it’s being blocked by the opposing team. Another one awards two extra points for dunks, helping to transform a close game into a four-point lead at the drop of a hat.


The hope of getting a lottery pick, as well as the fear of having one used against you, keeps games tense. You may find yourself pumping your fists in excitement one moment, then throwing your controller when an opponent gets a lucky opportunity the next. The give and take of this system's rewards and punishments are immediately apparent and encourage improvement in your overall strategy.


There's a definite feeling of accomplishment in the process of getting better at Playgrounds. Finding a break to make a three-pointer, disregarding traditional rules to shove an opponent away from the ball when they're most vulnerable, or capitalizing on a fleeting opportunity for a flashy dunk all feel great, and smart plays are often rewarded with expressive, hype-inducing animations.


Despite the fact that each character has his own stats, they rarely feel distinct from each other during a game.


Special mention has to be given to Playgrounds' dunks. They're impressively choreographed--your player may do flips, spins, or even knock opponents down in midair, all before nearly ripping the rim from the backboard. Conversely, it’s maddening to watch your opponent do the same when your defensive lapses lead to a creative display of dominance on the court, but in a way that inspires you to consistently do better, rather than to quit.


One of Playgrounds' main draws is no doubt its goofy aesthetic, which is a direct homage to NBA Jam. Unlocking new characters is enjoyable in that you're treated to detailed-yet-stylized takes on real-world players. But despite the fact that each character has his own stats, they rarely feel distinct from each other during a game. You can easily get by using the initial roster, and once you settle on a pair of go-to players, subsequent recruits ultimately feel like trophies on a shelf--awarded for playing well, rather than new tools.



Variety ends with the game's visuals, though. There isn't much else to do other than playing through a tournament. In Exhibition, you have some added options, like the color of the ball or how long a game lasts, but in tournaments, you play the same four rounds over and over across the game's six levels. Getting stuck on a particularly hard final round can be immensely frustrating, given the lack of an alternative mode or palate cleanser. This monotony is exacerbated by the game's two announcers--Ian Eagle and EJ Johnson--who repeat the same corny jokes each game.


Playgrounds' online offering is also plagued by this lack of content, also launching with only one game mode. But playing against an actual person does help alleviate some of the game's repetition. Online games tend to be far goofier and more sporadic, with two players competing not just to win, but to do so in style. Reckless performances in the name of fun gives Playgrounds' multiplayer games a level of slapstick enjoyment not found in single-player.


Even if Playgrounds' single-player mode lacks the unbridled merriment that makes multiplayer so enjoyable, finally getting the upper hand in a tournament is rewarding and exciting in its own way. But even at its best, Playgrounds doesn't offer enough variety to keep you engaged for long. Playing the same game type over and over, with only levels and opponent names changing, quickly gets old, no matter how good they feel in the moment. Even one additional game type at launch might've made the overall package more enjoyable, but as of right now, it might be best to wait for Saber to patch in some variety.

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Halo Developer Names New Studio Head

Halo Developer Names New Studio Head

343 Industries, the developer of the Halo series, lost its studio head last week when Dan Ayoub moved to work at a different division inside of Microsoft. Now, the studio has named a replacement.


Microsoft veteran Chris Lee is taking over. He was the executive producer on Halo 5: Guardians and the senior lead producer on Halo 4. He also worked on Halo: Reach and Halo 3: ODST. Most recently, Lee worked at 343 as the studio head of the first-person shooter Halo projects.



According to his public LinkedIn profile page, Lee joined Microsoft in 2003 as a software test engineer, before joining Microsoft's game development division as a software development testing engineer in 2004.


As for Ayoub, he is now working at Microsoft on the company's Mixed Reality team. There, he will work in an effort for the "empowerment of education through technology."


In other Halo news, Microsoft has confirmed that Halo 3 Anniversary is not happening. Additionally, there won't be any Halo 6 news at E3 next month, though Microsoft has "a little something" to show for a different project.


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Push the Cat

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Push the Cat

Smugglers Line

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Play Max Dirt Bike 2 for free! - Max Dirt Bike 2 , the second part of the tilts dirt bike flash game. Some new twists and some backwards thinking required. Ready for more of the pure tilt bike stuff? Outfit your rider and bike in your favourite colours and get tilt, baby! You must use balance and skill to pass each level.

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More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed

More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed

Following the recent unveiling of new Chun-Li statues, Pop Culture Shock Collectibles has now shared more images and details for them.


Similar to some of the previous Street Fighter figures offered by PCS, these are 1:3 scale statues that each cost $900. Provided you're willing to pay up front, you can actually save a good amount: about $135. That said, the final price--$786 or $765, depending on the figure--will understandably still cause some to balk. A payment plan option also offers a discount over the standard price, though you won't save quite as much that way.


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


An even more expensive option is the Legacy Set, which consists of all three figures for a whopping $2,725 (or $2,398 if you pay in full now). Shipping is not included with any of these prices and will be added on when the items are in stock. They aren't expected to ship until the final quarter of 2018.


Provided you're interested despite the price (and wait), you'll be able to place a preorder for the Legacy Set on May 22 at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET. Individual statues can be preordered starting at the same time on May 29.


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


PCS has shared new images for each of the three statues, which you can check out above and below. They each measure in at 30 in x 9.5 x 7.25 (76 cm x 24 x 18.5). More details are available at PCS' website through the links below.


  • Chun-Li Legacy Set

  • Chun-Li Classic Qipao

  • Chun-Li Alpha

  • Chun-Li Battle Dress


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed


More Photos Of $900 Street Fighter Statues Revealed