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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Adds Tripping

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ latest patch, Update 1.4.0, added dreams, fireworks, and the ability to back up your save. The update also quietly added another feature to the game; tripping.

With the latest update, your villager will occasionally eat dirt while sprinting across your island. This feature, combined with a new DIY item King Tut’s mask, have led Animal Crossing players to speculate that a luck system might be coming to the game. The King Tut mask causes players to trip more frequently while wearing it, and in past games tripping more frequently was caused by having a bad luck day.

In prior games, having good or bad luck would impact how your days go. On bad luck days, the money rock would be stingier, villagers would be less likely to bond with you, and you would fall on your face more often. The opposite would occur on good luck days, and one of the ways of knowing which kind of day you were going to have was by getting a fortune from Katrina.

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Saviors Of Sapphire Wings, Stranger Of Sword City Revisited Coming To Switch And PC

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NIS America has revealed Saviors of Sapphire Wings and Stranger of Sword City Revisited for the Nintendo Switch and PC.

A localization and port of the 2019 PS Vita game Azure-Winged Chevalier, which in turn was a remake of 2010’s Students of the Round, Saviors of Sapphire Wings tasks players with saving the world from the Overlord of Darkness, who has ruled over the planet ever since the Knights of the Round were defeated a century prior.

As a reborn knight, it’ll be up to you to gather new heroes and vanquish the darkness. NIS America says that this new version of the dungeon-crawling RPG will feature nine9 classes and over 100 abilities to wield in combat against the Overlord’s forces.

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Suicide Squad Game Announced By Batman: Arkham Developer Rocksteady

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After a five-year wait, Rocksteady Studios, the developer behind the Batman: Arkham trilogy, has announced its next project is a Suicide Squad game.

Rather than opting for any fanfare, the studio simply tweeted out the reveal with an image of Superman (or could that be Bizzaro?) and a Suicide Squad logo. Evidently, we’ll know more when DC FanDome kicks off at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on Saturday, August 22. The free one-day virtual event is set to showcase what DC has coming up in the future, including The Batman, Zack Synder’s cut of Justice League, The Suicide Squad, and now Rocksteady’s take on the team of dysfunctional supervillains.

Could Superman be the villain?

The reveal of a Suicide Squad game isn’t as surprising as it could have been after a recent report suggested Rocksteady was working on such a project. A cache of registered domain names may also hint at the game’s full title and indicate its central idea, with one called “SuicideSquadKillTheJusticeLeague.com.” The image Rocksteady has shared may also add some credence to the report. The Suicide Squad logo looks like it’s intended to be a crosshair targeting Superman’s head, which would fit if the game is indeed about killing off the Justice League.

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PS4 Games On Sale For Lowest Prices Yet, Including Death Stranding And Dreams

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PS4 owners looking for a bargain should check out Best Buy’s current batch of deals, which includes several console exclusives for the lowest prices we’ve seen. This wave of PS4 game deals is led by Death Stranding for $18. It’s a Deal of the Day (August 7), so you’ll have to act fast, and it’s possible Best Buy will sell out before the day ends.

In addition to the Deal of the Day, Best Buy has a bunch of other great deals on PS4 titles, including three exclusives that released earlier this year. Nioh 2 and Dreams are both down to $20, while MLB The Show 20 is on sale for $30. We haven’t seen lower prices for any of the three, so scoop these up while you can. Amazon is matching Best Buy’s deals on Nioh 2, Dreams, and MLB The Show 20.

Like other retailers, Best Buy is offering Final Fantasy VII Remake for $40 until August 19. Days Gone ties its lowest price yet at both Best Buy and Amazon at $20.

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