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    Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Confirms Loki, Cylcops, Colossus, And Details First DLC Wave

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    By GameInformer,
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    Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Nintendo's try at this whole "Marvel games" thing is hours away at this point, but there's still some questions left to be answered. At E3 this year, Nintendo confirmed that the game would be getting an expansion featuring characters from the X-Men and other series, but didn't detail which. At the Marvel Games panel at San Diego Comic-Con, we finally got information about the first wave, as well as some upcoming characters that aren't part of the paid expansion pass.

    To begin with, everyone's favorite trickster god Loki will be available on day one. On August 30, the team will be joined by Cyclops and Colossus from the X-Men as free DLC, available for anyone and everyone. 

    As mentioned before, there are three character packs in the expansion pass. While X-Men is one, it won't be the first one, and they're holding who is in that pack close to their chest. Another is Fantastic Four and it's probably not exceptionally hard to guess which characters are in that one. Marvel Knights, the third pack, includes Punisher, Blade, Moon Knight, and Morbius with an exceptionally deep-V t-shirt.

    Marvel Ultimate 3 releases on Nintendo Switch on July 19.

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    Method Claims World First Queen's Court Kill, Glory of the Eternal Raider World First

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    By Curse,
    Eternal Palace Race to World First - Method Gets World First Queen's Court Kill
    Method has claimed the world first kill of Mythic Queen's Court! Limit killed it shortly after, and the race is on for world first Za'qul!






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    Glory of the Eternal Raider World First
    Glory of the Eternal Raider has been completed by Horde and Alliance groups from the Achievements Discord! This achievement rewards the Azshari Bloatray mount, one of the four ray mounts added in Rise of Azshara.

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    The World First for this feat goes to a group from the Asian realms.

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    Name Category
    achievement_boss_warlord_kalithresh.7d5e You and What Army? Defeat Abyssal Commander Sivara in The Eternal Palace while all three of her lieutenants are alive and engaged in the fight on Normal difficulty or...
    Battle Raid
    inv_conchshell.bdf3a09ef6fb46894540885f0 Intro to Marine Biology Defeat the Blackwater Behemoth in The Eternal Palace after collecting 50 samples of sea life from within the Darkest Depths on Normal Difficulty of...
    Battle Raid
    ability_rogue_sprint_blue.ff7d7184e6d4d9 Fun Run Defeat Radiance of Azshara in The Eternal Palace after running 6 consecutive complete laps around her arena without falling into the water on Norma...
    Battle Raid
    spell_azerite_essence02.jpg Simple Geometry Defeat Lady Ashvane in The Eternal Palace after having each cast of Arcing Azerite pass through her on Normal difficulty or higher.
    Battle Raid
    inv_misc_herb_zoanthid.jpg A Smack of Jellyfish Defeat Orgozoa in the Hatchery in The Eternal Palace after incubating a baby Zoatroid on Normal Difficulty or higher.
    Battle Raid
    inv_helm_crown_c_01_rose.26d96e546a5d8dd If It Please the Court Perform various emotes to earn Queen Azshara's Favor in the Eternal Palace, then defeat The Queen's Court on Normal Difficulty or higher.
    Battle Raid
    spell_nature_polymorph_cow.832f59e850bbc Lactose Intolerant Defeat Za'qul in the Eternal Palace after killing ten Twinklehoof Bovine on Normal difficulty or higher.
    Battle Raid
    spell_azerite_essence08.jpg The Best of Us Defeat Queen Azshara in The Eternal Palace with one player still alive who is currently affected by Essence of Azeroth on Normal difficulty or higher.
    Battle Raid


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    Splatoon 3 Is Not In Production As Final Splatfest Begins

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    At E3 this year, Nintendo announced that Splatoon 2 would have one final Splatfest: Chaos vs. Order. With such a grand decision at stake, fans naturally speculated that Nintendo is preparing for a third Splatoon game, as they are unlikely to leave one of their biggest new properties to languish with no further updates. Splatoon's final Splatfest pitted fans against each other over the question of Marie vs. Callie, the results of which directly set up Splatoon 2's story, so fans expected the same is true of Splatoon 3. If that is going to happen, it's not started yet, according to the game's producer.

    In an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, Splatoon producer Hisashi Nogami admitted that work on Splatoon 3 has not begun yet. Moreover, he's not even positive they are going to work on a third Splatoon yet, as the team is still thinking about the future.

    "Splatoon 2's production started moving right after 1 was released," Nogami said, translated by outlet Japanese Nintendo. "Now we also had production for Octo Expansion so we're fully focused on the updates, and we still haven't thought of the future. We'll think of them after everything is over. We're not yet at a phase where we can make a promise, but we'd like to return the favor in some sort of way to many people who have supported us."

    Nogami's team, and a lot of the Splatoon team in general, likely shifted resources to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which saw a delay into 2020. However, Splatoon 2 has been one of the Switch's best sellers, likely owing to its long-term content additions. A Splatoon 3 can't be too far behind, unless Nintendo wants to wait for a new system to begin that profitable cycle again.

    For now, though, Splatoon 2 owners can participate in the game's final Splatfest starting today, dubbed the Splatpocalypse. Are you for chaos or order?

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    Marvel's Spider-Man Is Now The Best Selling Superhero Game Ever

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    Funny To A Point - Spider-Man Screen

    In my youth, I remember superhero games being a bit of a gamble. You could end up with a Superman game where he dies to gunshots, or a terrible sidescrolling brawler based on Batman Forever, or maybe a surprisingly decent Capcom-developed X-Men game. Nowadays, the bar has raised a bit, thanks to games like Rocksteady's Arkham series, which were by far the most successful superhero games in terms of sales. At least, until now.

    Just ahead of San Diego Comic-Con's superhero panels today, NPD analyst Mat Piscatella shared data of the best-selling superhero games in the United States. While we have long-known that Marvel's Spider-Man, the PS4-exclusive collaboration between Marvel Games and Sony and developed by Insomniac, is one of the fastest-selling superhero titles ever, it is also now the best-selling one. Peter Parker has officially leapfrogged over his nearest competitor, Batman's Arkham City.

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    Video Games are a huge part of the Comic landscape.

    Below are the lifetime sales leaders for Superhero Video Games from The NPD Group.

    Congratulations to Marvel's Spider-Man, the best-selling Superhero Video Game of all-time in the U.S.! pic.twitter.com/2MF3jObYpH

    — Mat Piscatella (@MatPiscatella) July 18, 2019

    Arkham City, the follow-up to the critically successful Arkham Asylum, was released in 2011 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The sequel took Batman into an open world and let Batman fly around a condemned prisoner island beating up thugs and solving mysteries.

    Sony has been particularly proud of Spider-Man's critical and sales performance in the year since its release on PlayStation 4. Sony has even used Spider-Man as their specific example of how game performance will improve on the next PlayStation console.

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    Overwatch Gets Role Queue To Ensure Better Balanced Teams

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    After years of requests, Blizzard has implemented role queuing into Overwatch. This lets players choose a role ⁠— like support, tank, damage ⁠— and go into matches specifically for characters in that role. Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan explained the reasoning in this new developer update.

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    Certain roles are more needed at different times than others, so there are in-game rewards in the form of loot boxes for players that queue up for their roles. In theory, this should help include the competitive balance for the game, limiting players to what is best for the team rather than whatever hero might help at the moment. Every team will be comprised of two damage, two tank, and two support.

    This is the new matchmaking system for competitive and quickplay. Players can't opt out, you choose your role at the beginning and you stick to that role in the match. The only option for players who want to play the old way will be an arcade mode called Quick Play Classic.

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    Kaplan suggests this is to help players play the characters they want, by choosing the role they feel like they want to play, and then getting to choose their character from there. A skill rating will build up on the different roles to help players decide the one they want to play most often. After each match, you can change the role you want to queue from.

    Role queue is going live today on the playable test realm and will go live for everyone else after testing on September 1.

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    Super Mega Baseball 2 Is Getting Ultimate Edition, Coming To Switch

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    Many fans of Super Mega Baseball 2 claimed the game would be great for the Switch, and developers agreed. Not only is the ultimate edition coming to the device July 25 for $29.99, but to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam as well.

    The ultimate edition includes the complete set of Super Mega Baseball 2 content, fully featured online play, and runs at 60 fps in both docked and handheld modes. Single Joy-Con play and shared screen for the Switch is available for one-on-one sessions as well.

    For more on Super Mega Baseball 2, check out Andrew's review.

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