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‘Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty’ is coming to PS4 and PS5
Koei Tecmo has announced that its supernatural thriller game Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is also coming to PS5 and PS4.During the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase on June 12, Koei Tecmo and developer Team Ninja unveiled their new game and announced that it will be coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC, and Game Pass day one in early 2023.Today (June 14), the developer has confirmed that Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will also be coming to PlayStation consoles.Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty follows the story of a nameless militia soldier fighting to survive in a dark fantasy version of the Later Han Dynasty where demons plague the Three Kingdoms.In this story, players will fight off enemies using swordplay based on the Chinese martial arts, as well as styles based on the “Five Phases”, and attempt to “overcome the odds by awakening the true power from within.”The game will feature sword practitioners of Chinese martial arts that will showcase the shift between offensive and defensive manoeuvres. “Overwhelm opponents with a flurry of force in a series of intense and bloody battles while learning the precision and skill necessary to become a true master of the sword,” Koei said.Development of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is being led by Team Ninja producers Fumihiko Yasuda, who directed Nioh and its 2020 follow-up Nioh 2, as well as producer Masaaki Yamagiwa.
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The Kardashians want Blac Chyna to ‘cover $390,000 legal fees’ after losing her defamation court case
Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner and their mother, Kris Jenner, of ruining her television career by getting her spin-off reality show, Rob & Chyna axed, as well as affecting her reputation.The court ruled in favour of the Kardashians and ordered Blac Chyna to pay the family’s legal fees according to TMZ, after failing to convince the jury that she was owed $108million (£89million) from her former fiancé Rob Kardashian’s family.The Kardashians’ lawyers have now filed paperwork breaking down an itemised list of how much they have spent on the case over the years the case has been active.The sum is said to have run up to $390,000 (£323,000) – and that is not including their attorney costs.Among the costs are charges for hosting electronic documents mounting up to $7,248.35 (£6,000), court reporter fees of $19,895 (£16,500), deposition costs of $63,078.20 (£52,000) and a whopping $184,871.71 (£153,000) on ‘models, enlargements, and photocopies of exhibits.’The court will have to sign off on the final costs now that the itemised claim has been submitted.While the jury did not completely exonerate the Kardashians of any wrongdoing, Blac Chyna was still awarded no damages at all, leading to her mother, Tokyo Toni, setting up a GoFundMe to cover the costs of an appeal.Christina Aguilera wears strap-on as part of her dazzling array of costumes for LA PrideKim Kardashian and Pete Davidson stun in PDA-packed holiday snaps on 'beach for 2'Tom Cruise 'won't apologise when he's made a mistake' and will 'flatly deny' wrongdoingShe has asked for fans to donate $400,000 (£331,000) to the appeal, which went live at the start of May, but so far only $1,355 (£1,121) has been raised.After 10 hours of deliberation, the jury