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‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ could still get microtransactions - nme.com
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‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ could still get microtransactions
343 Industries is still contemplating adding microtransactions into Halo: The Master Chief Collection due to the game’s current progression system and number of available cosmetics. The developer penned a post discussing the current state of cosmetics in the game and outlining what solutions it is considering for earnable items (via Kotaku).At present there are over 1000 individual cosmetic items in Halo: The Master Chief Collection, with some released during specific seasonal updates. Back in June 343 Industries made it clear that it is happy with the current play-to-unlock system, but that it understands new players may benefit from the option of using purchasable points to unlock items.To that end, 343 Industries has shared that “no decision has been made around the potential for purchasable SP (Spartan Points) being added as a secondary vector in the future,” but the studio says it does agree with players that the rate in which points are earned needs to be improved at the very least.Spartan Points can currently be earned from any multiplayer game in the Halo collection, and then used on any cosmetics specific to each title.343 Industries is currently working to solve the issue with an update that will allow players to players retroactively earn Spartan Points from every level between Tour one and 11 (for 329 total points) they’ve already progressed through that didn’t reward them with the points.
‘Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator’ gets gory ‘Among Us’ crossover - nme.com - USA - county Nelson
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‘Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator’ gets gory ‘Among Us’ crossover
Strange Scaffold has launched the Bean Bone update for Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator, an Among Us crossover which will allow players to “buy the mangled remains of your former crewmates”.The Bean Bone update launched on Monday (July 25), which adds a sizeable slice of free content – including a new “Bean Bone” organ, which is a crew member from Innersloth‘s Among Us that has been chopped in half.“Among us organ traders, the Bean Bone is known as the most delicious organ in the galaxy,” shares the Bean Bone’s in-game description, while Strange Scaffold founder Xalavier Nelson Jr. added that the update will let plays “buy the mangled remains of your former crewmates.”The Among Us crossover also brings a “multitude” of new quests, more character portraits to choose from, and the ability to help Interstellar Influencers “go viral (and make their subsequent apologies) on the galactic stage.”“Their entire role is to make your life while working with them a living hell,” added Nelson in a follow-up post, who also said that the update includes “the most evil quest I’ve ever designed.”BEHOLDTHE STORY OF THE MOST EVIL QUEST I’VE EVER DESIGNED, COURTESY OF THE NEW AMONG US-THEMED UPDATE FOR MY VIDEO GAME, WHICH IS ALSO CURRENTLY ON SALEBUY IT AND JUSTIFY MY MADNESShttps://t.co/aEh6ac49qh pic.twitter.com/pGkl2tP4lA— Xalavier Nelson Jr.
Xbox Game Pass - All ‘Yakuza’ titles on Game Pass as 3 return to the service - nme.com
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All ‘Yakuza’ titles on Game Pass as 3 return to the service
Yakuza franchise is currently on Xbox Game Pass as three titles have made a return to the service.All of the games from the main series – not including spin-offs like Judgment – are currently on Game Pass, from the remake of the original Yakuza in 2005 to 2019’s Like A Dragon.The three titles that have been reintroduced to Game Pass are 0, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 (via Wario64).All of the franchisetitles on Game Pass are listed below:Whilst some of these are technically prequels or remakes of classictitles, it now means that as of publication every entry in the main franchise is on Game Pass, and this goes for all versions including PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.Back in Februaryfranchise creator Toshihiro Nagoshi explained how his new team at Nagoshi Studio wants to approach making video games.“Well, when the team and I decided to start a new studio, we knew we’d be leaving the content we had previously been working on behind,” Nagoshi said.“But I also have a strong mental attitude and a lot of ideas I would like to try, which could even surpass my previous work, so I was confident that leaving the old series behind will afford the chance to try new things.”There’s still no confirmation as to what Nagoshi Studio’s first game will be, but Nagoshi himself said it will include “a high level of human drama.”In other news, it’s been confirmed that a remake of 2012 cult-classic Lollipop Chainsaw is on the way next year.
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