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Another Set Of Xbox And PC Game Pass Titles Announced For May

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Xbox Game Pass is getting another handful of games throughout the rest of May on both Xbox One and PC. In addition to games that joined earlier this month like Red Dead Redemption and Final Fantasy 9, the next few weeks will bring four more games to the service, including a new first-party game. It comes from one of the world’s most-popular franchises and is among the biggest games releasing on Xbox One this year.

That one is Minecraft Dungeons, the spin-off of the persistently popular building game from Mojang Studios. The game takes the familiar trappings of Minecraft like Creepers, Illagers, and pickaxes and fits them into an isometric dungeon-crawling adventure for up to four players. You can also claim Alan Wake, the classic game from Control developer Remedy, and the city-planning sim Cities: Skylines. Each of those will be available across the Xbox One and PC versions of the service, while PC users will also get Plebby Quest: The Crusades. You can check the dates below.

The announcements also mentioned several games that will be leaving both versions of the service on May 29, including Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Old Man’s Journey.

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Minecraft Dungeons – Essential Tips And Tricks For Starting

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Minecraft Dungeons is the latest adventure from Minecraft creator Mojang, and introduces a new spin on the classic Minecraft formula. Instead of tasking you with crafting structures from a variety of block types in first person, it asks you to roam a variety of dungeons in third-person view, defeating enemies along the way in order to reach the nefarious Arch-Illager’s castle and take him down once and for all.

Although Minecraft Dungeons is not the most difficult game, there are definitely some things you should take on board before booting it up–especially so if you’re a Minecraft fan who hasn’t got a lot of experience with dungeon-crawlers. Luckily, we’ve compiled a handy, spoiler-free guide for you to bring you up to speed while you’re waiting for Minecraft Dungeons to install.

In this guide, you’ll find the essential tips and tricks that we gleaned from our time playing the game. Once you think you’ve got a handle on the basics, stay tuned for more guides focussed on things like how the enchantment system works in Minecraft Dungeons. If this is the first you’ve heard about the Minecraft spinoff game and you have unanswered questions, consider reading our article that collates everything you need to know about Minecraft Dungeons.

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Minecraft Dungeons – Everything You Need To Know

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Minecraft Dungeons is a brand new spin-off from blockbuster crafting game Minecraft, but it’s pretty different to its source material. What I mean is, even if you’re a huge fan of Minecraft, Minecraft Dungeons might not necessarily be what you’re expecting–instead of mining blocks, chopping down trees, and building all kinds of creative structures like you would in a building game like Minecraft, Minecraft Dungeons is an action role-playing game. For those less acquainted with the genre, that means it involves the hacking and slashing of a lot of monsters and other bad things, taking inspiration from a variety of classic titles like the illustrious Diablo series.

Minecraft Dungeons tells the story of a bad guy called the Arch-Illager, who was ostracized by a group of mean Villagers because he looked a bit different to them–sort of like what happened to Shriek in Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Anyway, he ended up becoming quite powerful, which radically accentuated the chip on his shoulder and made him reckon it was a good idea to set loads of villages on fire. Naturally, Minecraft Dungeons is all about your quest to stop him.

Once you’re up to speed, consider reading about our essential tips and tricks for playing Minecraft Dungeons, and keep an eye out for more nitty-gritty guides coming soon.

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Skyrim Grandma, The World’s Oldest Streamer, Is Cutting Back Her Schedule

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Shirley Curry, also known to the internet as Skyrim Grandma, announced earlier this month that she would be cutting back on her famous streams of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim because of comments that she’s received on her videos. After gaining an enthusiastic following in the streaming community for her passion for the game and becoming a world record holder as the world’s oldest professional streamer, she’s now taking a break from the activity.

Curry, who may be featured as an NPC in future Skyrim games, has been an avid player of the title since 2007 according to this article from Senior Planet. While her YouTube channel, active since 2011, was originally just for Curry to interact with other fans of Elder Scrolls V, she began to stream herself playing the game in 2015. However, she became famous almost overnight in late 2015 when she was featured on Reddit, and it’s been stardom ever since.

Being a popular streamer isn’t just a walk in the park, though. With some streamers being subjected to so much visibility and scrutiny to rival that of Hollywood celebrities, being in the public eye as a content creator can be exhausting.

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