Destiny 2- Festival of the Lost Trailer

When the Festival of the Lost in-game event begins in Destiny 2, players will be able to don masks to “laugh in the face of adversity” even knowing that “there’s always something scary lurking just out of sight”.

Registration now open for Tennessee’s “Chatt Town Beatdown III” in November 2018

Looking for a large tournament on November 10th in the Southeast USA? If you can get to Chattanoga, then Chatt Town Beatdown III is where you’ll want to be. Fighting games will take over the Card Monster Games store with these six events below:

Main Events
Tekken 7 
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition 
SoulCalibur VI
Dragon Ball FighterZ 

Side Events
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle 
Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] 

Event Times
On-Site Registration will begin at 11:00 AM
12:00 PM: BBTAG, UNIST
2:00 PM: DBFZ, SC6
4:00 PM: SFV, Tekken 7

Each main event will receive a $150 pot bonus. The event will be streamed at ChattanoogaFightClub‘s Twitch channel, and you can register for the events online here at smash.gg. For more information on the tournament itself, please check out the tournament’s event page on Facebook.

Source: ChattanoogaFightClub; Chatt Town Beatdown


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Dreadnaught Has Set Sail on the Sea of Steam Release

Dreadnought has set sail on the sea of Steam release as of today. To celebrate the tactical shooter where characters pilot massive capital ships, Six Foot has released a brand new animated trailer. In addition, today’s launch brings a new update to players that includes an enhanced UI and localized versions in both Chinese and Russian.

Apparently Just Survive Will Live to See Another Day

Jace Hall has gone on record on Twitter to let the community know that Just Survive, the original version of H1Z1, will literally live to see another day. IN August, Daybreak announced that Just Survive would close in October. It seems, however, that the company has had a change of heart. “Today Just Survive just survived. It’s coming home. We are all one community and we will all do this together. This will take time and a lot of work, but we believe the full potential can be realized”.

VesperArcade ponders what could solve Ryu’s problems in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition

“I don’t even think Season 1 Ryu could survive in Street Fighter V right now.”

Before Ryu was nerfed into oblivion during Season 1, the competitive landscape of SFV was quite different. As the seasons went on and new characters (and absurd V-Triggers) were added to the game, many in the cast struggled to keep up with the top tiers — but Ryu, so badly damaged from a wide array of nerfs, just struggled to keep up with what he once was.

While Capcom has slowly tried to stitch the World Warrior back together, VesperArcade worry that he’s fallen too far behind. This wish-list discussion for Ryu recounts exactly what was lost for the on-the-box protagonist — and what can be done to make him right.

Source: VesperArcade


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Does the Blizzcon Floor Map Fly in the Face of Diablo Emphasis Hinted by Convention Schedule?

The venue map for Blizzcon 2018 has been released that reveals an interesting tidbit. Last week, the internet went into a paroxysm of speculation about the fact that a Diablo panel would be held after the keynote address, a typical sign of a big announcement. However, looking at the venue map, one has to wonder. Of all of Blizzard’s games, only Diablo lacks its own “space” with even Starcraft II taking up more room than what is perhaps the “centerpiece” of the show.