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  1. Death Stranding actor Mads Mikkelsen has confirmed that Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima's new sci-fi game that continues to baffle at every turn, will require collaboration from players around the world. While doing the press circuit for his newest movie Arctic, Total Film sat the Rogue One actor down and asked him a little bit about the experience of mocapping a performance and working with Hideo Kojima. After expressing how in awe, and confusion, Mikkelsen was of the project, he let slip a detail about the game. "The whole concept of playing the game, as I understand," Mikkelsen told Total Film, "needs collaboration from different people from different parts of the world, which is also another level of fantastic-ness." The game was last shown in a trailer airing at last year's The Game Awards in December and again the following weekend at PSX. It was named as one of the four games Sony is planning to heavily focus on at their E3 press conference this year, which will take place on Monday June 12 at 6:00 PM PT. [Source: Total Film via GamesRadar] Our Take It sounds like this is a little more similar to something like Dark Souls messaging, or a realization of what Kojima wanted from P.T., than anything like A Way Out or some sort of forced multiplayer segment. View the full article
  2. Disney has a writer and director for a standalone Boba Fett movie and is pursuing creatives for an Obi-Wan movie. The Hollywood Reporter that James Mangold, director of movies like 3:10 to Yuma and Logan, has been tapped to write and direct a standalone Boba Fett movie. Presumably this is because Disney is looking forward to a successful release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, the first movie since the Star Wars acquisition to focus on an existing character's past. Furthermore, The Hollywood Reporter says that Disney is in negotiations with Stephen Daldry to direct the Obi-Wan movie, though there's currently no script or writers to make one. A Boba Fett movie would likely explore the bounty hunter's adventures after his childhood appearance in the Star Wars prequels. [Source: The Hollywood Reporter] View the full article
  3. Valve has reported that the Steam Link app, which was announced only two weeks ago, has been rejected by Apple and has effectively ended the chances of getting the app on iOS devices The app was designed to make a mobile device function in the same way as a Steam link, allowing users to stream games over the same WiFi network from their PC running Steam. Valve has stated that the app had already been approved by Apple, but has been retroactively blocked and the appeal denied. "On Monday, May 7, Apple approved the Steam Link app for release. On Wednesday, May 9, Valve released news of the app," Valve has said in a press release. "The following morning, Apple revoked its approval citing business conflicts with app guidelines that had allegedly not been realized by the original review team." Valve appealed based to Apple on the basis that many similar streaming programs exists on the App store, but were denied. "Ultimately, that appeal was denied leaving the Steam Link app for iOS blocked from release," Valve continued. "The team here spent many hours on this project and the approval process, so we're clearly disappointed. But we hope Apple will reconsider in the future." Apple has reversed decisions about apps before, generally under public pressure, such as reversing decisions on apps denied due to controversial political subject matter. We have reached out to Apple for comment, but did not receive a reply by the time of writing. The Steam Link app is currently available on Android in beta form. Our Take I'm really curious what the reasoning is for blocking the app, unless Apple just sees it as competition for buying games on their own store, which would explain the "business conflicts" response. If that's the case, that feels like Apple exerting way more oversight than is necessary or wanted by the user base. View the full article
  4. John Bain, an internet personality who has gone by the monikers TotalBiscuit, The Cynical Brit, and TotalHalibut, has passed away according to a message from his wife. Bain's wife, Genna Bain, posted the news today on Twitter, writing "Rest in Peace my Dearest Love, John @Totalbiscuit Bain, July 8, 1984 - May 24, 2018" alongside an image of the Spanish poem Love Constant Beyond Death by Francisco de Quevedo translated into English. John Bain was a prominent gaming critic and consumer advocate, known primarily as a fierce opponent of unethical behavior in the gaming industry. The candid commentator had over two million subscribers on YouTube for his videos that covered a variety of subjects from lootboxes, to early looks at indie games, to broadcasts of games like Starcraft 2 and Planetside 2. The "WTF Is...?" series, first looks at new video games, is often credited by indie developers for helping to jumpstart interest in their games that were otherwise not covered by other YouTubers or outlets. In his role as consumer advocate, Bain broke the news that Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor was being given to YouTube vloggers for more positive reactions before it was given to traditional gaming media. He made videos pointing out that this flew in the face of Federal Trade Commission rules that required paid promotional deals to be declared and disclosed. Bain was also key to exposing a promotional deal between Gearbox and online retailer G2A, bringing up the store's spotty consumer reputation as a reason Gearbox should reconsider its deal. Bain was the recipient of the fan-voted Trending Game of the Year Award at The Game Awards 2014. Earlier that year, Bain became involved with the Gamergate controversy, declaring himself a member of the movement and speaking about Feminist Frequency video essayist Anita Sarkeesian. He had initially stated that death threats against Sarkeesian weren't credible because she had not been killed, which he later said he regretted. That same year, Bain was diagnosed with precancerous masses in his bowel. By 2018, the cancer had advanced to a terminal stage, forcing him into retirement as a critic as he rested at home with his family. His retirement announcement came just over a month ago. Our deepest condolences go to John Bain's friends and family. View the full article
  5. Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! On today's episode, we're joined by a very special guest to celebrate the podcast's 400th episode and we also have a lot of great games to talk about. First up, Kimberley Wallace and Joe Juba talk about their time playing and enjoying Detroit: Become Human on the PlayStation 4. Oh, and Kim has played Kingdom Hearts III. Then Dan Tack and Suriel Vazquez join the show to talk about playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Dark Souls Remastered. After some great community emails (with only one major video technical snafu), we break down what we know and hope for in Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft's press conferences for E3 2018. You can watch the video below, subscribe and listen to the audio on iTunes or Google Play, or listen to episode 400 on SoundCloud. Also, be sure to send your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them answered on the show! (Please visit the site to view this media) Our thanks to the talented Super Marcato Bros. for The Game Informer Show's intro song. You can hear more of their original tunes and awesome video game music podcast at their website. To jump to a particular point in the discussion, check out the time stamps below... 4:30 - Detroit: Become Human 19:20 - Kingdom Hearts III 28:45 - Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 47:20 - Dark Souls Remastered 51:20 - Community emails 1:30:40 - Predicting the Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo press conferences at E3 2018 View the full article
  6. Dark Souls Remastered released slightly early on Steam last night, letting preorders or new buyers go ahead and start playing the newly updated and remastered version of FROM Software's action-adventure game. Just as quickly, however, cheaters entered the game to troll other users and this time there may not be as many options to protect yourself. Once a player escapes from the Undead Asylum and ventures into Lordran, they can start using humanity to call other players for help, with the trade off of allowing human invaders to enter your game. In a normal game, losing an invasion to a human opponent meant a loss of progress or, at worst, a loss of souls. With users like infamous Dark Souls hacker Malcolm Reynolds, however, players have much more to lose. Reynolds, who is purportedly going by a pseudonym named after the Firefly protagonist, is likely well known to anyone in the Souls community or watches Souls streams. He claimed that, through modifying code, he could invade players in Dark Souls III and hit them with a weapon that would get them banned from the game's PVP content. As soon as Dark Souls Remastered went live, so did Reynolds on his Twitch channel. Using the code modifications he boasts about, Reynolds made it so he can invade early game players and inflict status ailments like Curse and Egghead. In Dark Souls, Curse kills your character and then halves your HP until you can get it healed from a NPC in New Londo, which most new players won't know anything about. Egghead implants a parasitic egg into the player's head, which prevents the player from wearing helmets and has a tapeworm-like quality of stealing half the player's souls. Both ailments can massively harm a player's early game and aren't really meant to be introduced or cured until later in the game. Reynolds would joke during his stream that players were better off starting over, effectively making his attacks progression blockers. This isn't new to Dark Souls Remastered specifically, but the community has tried to find ways to work around it. In Demon's Souls, a weapon called the Scraping Spear would destroy armor and was a favorite of trollish invaders, so the community developed strategies to avoid it, the most popular being just killing yourself in the game and hoping it did not ruin your world tendency too bad. For the original PC version of Dark Souls, a mod called PVP Watchdog that would warn players if they were playing against a hacking player, giving people the opportunity to just hurl themselves off a ledge and not deal with it. Unfortunately, PVP Watchdog does not work on Dark Souls Remastered and the creators have no intention of updating it to work. In a post on reddit, the program's creator eur0pa explained why Watchdog won't be returning to the Remastered game. "It's been 6 years since Dark Souls came out, there have been 4 games on different engines, all of them sharing the same flaws, plagued with the same amount of cheaters and script kiddies, and all of them pulling off the same destructive actions: it's time FromSoft fixed their own games without relying on the efforts of the community," eur0pa explained. "Besides, the presence of their in-house 'anti-tampering' solution has proven, over the years, how any third-party approach only nets innocent players softbans and troubles. Any tool I could come up with would only get you flagged." That means players who have something designed to tell them if someone is cheating get picked as cheaters by the game's ambling but heavy-handed anti-cheating process. It does also pick up actual cheaters, but like Reynolds, most can either work around it or don't care. Our Take It's a shame that this is already happening, but eur0pa isn't wrong that FROM Software has been making these online portions for a decade now and still haven't found a solution to cheating. On the plus side, Dark Souls really doesn't have a reason to go human unless you need to summon help, but it really sucks for those that do. View the full article
  7. Dauntless is now in open beta, which means that you can check out the free-to-play monster-hunting game at this very moment! If you're not sure you're ready to commit the hard-drive space to Phoenix Labs' game, don't worry! Dan Tack walks Leo and I through the game's basics, and you can make up your own mind from there. Tack doesn't swat me out of my chair for saying it looks a lot like World of Warcraft meets Monster Hunter, so I might be onto something there. Basically, you and a small group of players meet up, kill some monsters, and craft new gear from their corpses. Unlike Capcom's series, this one's a free download – though you can spend your brains out on cosmetic microtransactions. Check it out, okay?! (Please visit the site to view this media) View the full article
  8. If you're like me, you've probably watched a million home-improvement television shows over the years – and if you're REALLY like me, it's not because you wanted to. My wife is the one with the fetish for watching neurotic people fix up houses – I merely serve as a captive witness, because it beats using that time to do real-life improvements to our own home. As such, I'm depressingly familiar with all of the big shows: Clone Creeps, Lady and the Dork, Two F'ing Flops, These Guys Should Star In A Saw Movie Together, and Holmes On Homes, which is the only improvement show I respect because Mike Holmes is the BAMF of house repair. Anyway, as my obsession with Stardew Valley proved, my disdain for a real-life activity doesn't preclude me from mindlessly performing the same act in a video game for hours on end. That's why I was both excited and scared when I received a press release for House Flipper, a game about cleaning up and repairing homes for profit. Could this finally be a gateway into my wife's weird obsession with watching other people do housework? Could it reverse my bias against home improvement that Tim Allen instilled in me so many years ago? Would I leave the game with the knowledge necessary to transform our real-life home into our own personal palace? There was only one way to find out! Act I: From Humble Beginnings Despite what the name House Flipper led me to believe, I'm not actually able to dive right into flipping homes when I start the game. Instead, I'm told I have to get my business off the ground, which I'm apparently running out of a shack that I've claimed via squatter's rights. I know this because the front door is barricaded by a giant pile of trash – classic squatter tactics. My new home/office/room-sized toilet is a real pit, so I waste no time cleaning up the mess. Most of the cleaning is instantly performed by pressing a button when the game gives you a "dispose" prompt. Stains are cleaned by vaguely waving a mop – which looks suspiciously like a broom – in their general vicinity. Even I have enough real-world experience to know that's totally not how you mop, but it gets the job done, so whatever! After swabbing everything that looks dirty, I gain enough experience to upgrade my cleaning skills! This game is already better than real life! As tempting as "see some dirt in minimap" is as far as skills go (this should be an option in ALL games that have minimaps), I go with "good mop" instead – only to find that my totally-a-broom mop has been replaced by a totally-a-push-broom mop. I try it out by cleaning my disgusting toilet. Yeah...that definitely isn't right. Regardless, I push ahead, throwing away all the old boxes and cans and tidying up as best I can. However, my attempts to create a respectable living space are stymied by a chainsaw (?!) that's sitting in the corner, which I can't get rid of. After trying to hide it in a few spaces I decide to embrace it instead and make it a focal point of the room. That really pulls the room together...in a loner serial killer kind of way. I decide that the less time I spend in my creepy kill room the better – time to get working! Act II: Odd Jobs, Odd Behavior Actual house flipping remains elusive in my first few jobs. Instead, I play the role of a glorified housemaid, picking up other people's crap while silently judging how pathetic their lives are. One woman tasks me with cleaning up her house and replacing her radiator – which her boyfriend stole. Seriously, what kind of nutjob steals a radiator?! There was even a flat-screen television right next to it! Whoever this boyfriend was, he was obviously up to no good. She's better off without him. Replacing the stolen appliance is as easy as opening up my handy tablet and ordering a new one, then screwing it into place via a few simple prompts. I also unlock a new squeegee ability, and clean the woman's windows so that she can longingly stare out at her less pathetic neighbors when she gets home. After getting paid and returning to my chainsaw shack, an email alerts me to a new job. A housewife wants me to clean out her husband's garage, but says that I shouldn't touch his tools because he'll get upset if he can't find them. Despite sounding like the setup to a porno film, I take the job – anything to get me out of my own creepy house. Seeing as how the job is to clean the garage, I naturally storm in the front door and snoop around the entire house first. This family is way better off than sad radiator lady – they even have a fun children's room with pictures and toys! I head back to the garage, which is full of empty cardboard boxes and tires. Why was this guy hoarding so many damn tires? After begrudgingly cleaning up all the husband's crap, I take all of his tools and stash them in the children's room, along with some of the tires I was supposed to get rid of – that'll teach you to hire some random dude off the Internet and give him total access to your house while you're not at home! As soon as I return home, I'm alerted to another new skill – I can take photos from my gallery and turn them into pictures that I can hang on the wall. I try it out on the photo I took in the children's room, and hang it above the chainsaw on the nightstand. I then solemnly reflect on what I've done – I guess I'm now the kind of guy who breaks into people's homes, takes pictures in their children's bedrooms, then hangs them up in my own home as some kind of demented souvenir. What have I become? Act III: A Monster Emerges My next job comes from a soon-to-be father, begging me to not only clean his entire house, but also whip up a nursery, because he and his wife "have no spare time to clean and renovate the house." Sounds like they're going to be great parents! Maybe I can just raise their damn baby for them while I'm at it! I take the job anyway, but regret it as soon as I open the front door... This is way worse than I thought! These people aren't qualified to be parents! Can you preemptively call child protection services before a baby is even born? Either way, I figure it's my duty to chronicle their disgusting, child-endangering environment for the inevitable custody trial, so I once again tromp through the entire house taking pictures. Look at their damn living room! Who lives like this? Even the guy who steals radiators wouldn't step foot in here – as evidenced by the still-functional radiator on the back wall. And finally, here's the nursery. I'm sure that black mold on the walls is going to be real good for developing baby lungs! Clearly, the best option would be to just burn the whole damn house down and collect the insurance money, but since that's not an option, I get to work. This job introduces a new painting mechanic, which requires you to first buy a bucket of paint, then dip your roller in it before you start laying down strips on the walls. It's not as fun as the free-form squeegee mechanic, but it is more efficient than my real-life, paint-wherever-the-roller-guides-you technique. Anyway, the couple chose pastel pink for the nursery walls, because not only are they slobs, they're also slaves to gender stereotypes. Way to go, monsters! After finishing the paint job, I'm required to buy and install several pieces of furniture. These include a crib, a changing table, and two beanbag chairs, which I mash up against the radiator – I'll burn this place to the ground one way or another. Once the job is completed, I decided to spend some of my own money to put a final flourish on the room: A custom painting for the newborn baby. There we go – the perfect nursery! Sweet dreams, baby! I take another picture in their room and hang it up when I get home, further cementing my in-game persona. There's no way this end well. Act IV: The Final Job Wary of where my life of not-actual house flipping is leading me, I decide to bet everything on one last job – and it's a doozy. Apparently, Antony Grey has some kind of weird, Single White Female obsession with copying his neighbors, and wants me to both knock down his walls and paint whichever ones are left standing an ugly blue. He also seems to be under the impression that I am both cheap and professional – so obviously he hasn't talked to any of my former clients. Either way, I aim to please – especially when it involves a sledgehammer. Antony has the nicest house of any of my employers so far – so naturally I waste no time in busting it up as much as I can. House Flipper uses physics to render the chunks of wall that you break down, though they disappear after a few seconds – finally, one thing I don't have to clean up myself! Unfortunately, I get a little too sledge happy, and break down a wall straight into Antony's bathroom. He probably wanted to keep that one, huh? Oh well, can't stop now! I'm sure a guy like Antony will be cool taking dumps in his new, extra-large kitchen, right? If not, I'll just tell him all his neighbors are doing it – that's sure to get him on board. There, this is way more open! You can really feel the breeze flow through the entire house now! Antony's neighbors are going to be SO jealous. At first I was upset that I couldn't get rid of the floating doorways, but they've kind of grown on me. Realizing that I was totally going to fail my job and probably be thrown in jail for destroying Antony's house, I decide to once again make the most of being left unsupervised in a stranger's home. A new tool in my inventory wheel lets me price and sell items! I'm guessing Antony isn't going to pay me for my handiwork, so the only thing left to do is sell all of his worldly possessions. It's shocking how quickly I too became a radiator thief – it really shows that you shouldn't judge people. Unfortunately, the game wouldn't let me go through with my latest scheme. Dammit, House Flipper! How dare you impose your own moral code on my house-flipping fantasies! That said, while I may not be the kind of guy who would sell all of Antony's furniture... ...I am the kind of guy who would jam it all into his kitchen for no damn reason. Granted, there's not a lot of room to maneuver around the stove, but you could run a relay race through the rest of the house! Just when I thought I did Antony a solid, I realized I was still on the verge of failing the job – I didn't have enough walls left to paint in order to finish my second objective! The only solution? Build more superfluous brick walls to paint, sealing up sections of his house like "The Cask of Amontillado." Come into your new cellar, Antony, and taste a fine vintage! However, every wall I built decreased my first objective for breaking down walls, trapping me in a deranged catch-22. Obviously this calls for thinking outside the box... There we go! Clowns make everything better! Somehow I managed to meet the bare minimum requirement to complete the project, which meant Antony was going to pay me after all. Suddenly I felt a pang of remorse for moving all his furniture into the kitchen like a jerk. I decided to once again spend my own money on another a custom installation: a giant, blood-red wall right inside his front door with more one-of-a-kind art. It really makes a bold first impression, don't you think? Seeing as how the blood wall left me with almost an entire bucket of red paint, I decided to give Antony another bonus – I painted his whole damn house for him! If that's not the kind of low-cost and professional service he was looking for, I don't know what is. Just wait until the neighbors get a look at this! They'll be the ones copying Antony for a change! Or calling an emergency neighborhood meeting. One of the two. I finally return home – despite getting paid, I think I still lost money on the job, thanks to all the pointless walls I had to build and the massive clown pictures I selflessly paid for. But you know what? Giving Antony his dream home was worth it, and I got another souvenir for above my nightstand. Some things in life truly are worth more than money. House Flipper is available now on Steam, and can presumably be played in a non-psychotic way. 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  9. If you're in need of a Switch but only as a handheld without the frivolities of a dock, HDMI cable, or, uh, a charging cable, then Nintendo has you covered in Japan. Advertised as a second Switch for existing owners, the dock-free version comes with the Switch unit, two neon Joycons, and two joycon straps. What this means is, if you bought the dock-less Switch, there would be no way out of the box to obviously dock it to a TV, but also no way to charge it. This in itself is not super rare, as Nintendo has released consoles and handhelds without AC cables before in Japan (and recently internationally). Nintendo seems keen in the Japanese page to point out that the Switch is meant for people who already own a unit, lest you think it subverts the company's marketing as a system that can be played on your TV or outside. The peripheral-lite version of the Switch will run you ¥24,980 or about $229. If you got this package and decided you wanted a dock, HDMI, and charging cable after, going from Nintendo of America store listings, it would be about $89.99 extra, not really saving you that much money to go piecemeal. For those interested and in Japan, though, a cheaper Switch is indeed an option. Just make sure you know for sure any charging cable you use is certified to work and not damage your Switch. Our Take With Smash Bros. coming this year and rumors of Pokemon on the way, I kind of wonder if this is Nintendo stripping out whatever they can to get the system cheaper to help make multiple Switches more attractive to families that, say, have multiple children. View the full article
  10. Ahead of the May 29 release of the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Capcom is releasing a series of videos delving into the history of the fighting game series. Their most recent is on the Street Fighter Alpha series, a stylish and slightly exaggerated departure from the core games' more grounded roots. The video discusses Alpha's anime inspirations and more accessible systems, as well as its trademark curios. For instance, Alpha I had a hidden co-op mode for friends to take on M. Bison together, and III included a bizarrely titled "-ism" system for complete character customization. Along with the first video on Street Fighter I and II, Capcom has put together a compelling story on how its fighting series cemented itself as a cultural touchstone. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition drops May 29 (PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch) and includes 12 titles total, including all of the Alpha games covered. (Please visit the site to view this media) View the full article
  11. Sega has released the first English-voiced trailer for Valkyria Chronicles 4 today, showcasing Squad E, the upstart company that is looking to change the tide of war. The new trailer shows off the whole of Squad E with a mix of story cutscenes and gameplay footage to illustrate how the new characters look, act, and play. You can check out the trailer below. (Please visit the site to view this media) The new squad includes Claude Wallace, Squad E's commander; Riley Miller, the Grenadier; Raz acting as the squad's Shocktrooper; Kai Schulen the Sniper; and Karen Stuart and her Shiba Inu Ragnarok as the team's medics. Valkyria Chronicles 4 launches on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch later this year. View the full article
  12. Hope County's Wendell "Red" Redler was in the s--- in Vietnam, and you can relive some of his adventures in the DLC Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness on June 5 across all platforms. The DLC is free for season pass and gold edition owners ($11.99 as standalone), and is playable both solo and co-op. After you rescue some squad mates and kill some enemy soldiers, two new modes open up – Survivor mode (which challenges you to complete the DLC a second time with a limited loadout) and Action Movie mode (which has a more generous loadout). Even if you don't get the DLC, all Far Cry 5 players can use Vietnam-themed assets in their game (including the Vietnam map builders update) on May 24. Finally, Ubisoft has roughly dated Far Cry 5's two other DLC installments – Lost on Mars and Dead Living Zombies – for July and August, respectively. Like Hours of Darkness, these additions will also include new assets. For more on the main game, check out Jeff Cork's review. (Please visit the site to view this media) [Source: Ubisoft] View the full article
  13. EA and Maxis have announced a new expansion for The Sims 4, appropriately titled The Sims 4 Seasons, launching next month on PC and Mac. Much like the similarly titled expansion for the previous game, the new update adds seasons to the game with each one having unique traits and features. The Spring season brings sun and rain in equal measures, people pull out the kiddie pools in Summer, the leaves change colors in the Fall, and Winter is time for snowmen without people needing to ask you if you want to build one through your door. Each season also has its own holidays, like ringing in the new year in winter or celebrate a Valentine's Day analogue called Love Day. New activities, like floral arranging, help pave the way for a botany career path that examines, studies, and make groundbreaking discovery in the, uh, field of plant study. The expansion arrives on June 22 for PC and Mac copies of The Sims 4. View the full article
  14. Hot on the heels of our first major look at Battlefield V, Battlefield 1943 is giving Xbox One players the chance to return to World War II early. Battlefield 1943 is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNs2ZLo pic.twitter.com/4TWMf08Og6 — [ Larry Hryb ] (@majornelson) May 24, 2018 A more stylized take on the series' signature battles, Battlefield 1943 is multiplayer-only and condenses options down to three classes and four maps. Additionally, the game focuses on just two modes, Conquest and Air superiority. Xbox One's backwards compatibility often offers substantial upgrades in resolution or frame rate; the appeal of playing an old favorite in a new way might be enough to bring players back into the brawl. View the full article
  15. Beat Saber, a sort of Guitar Hero-meets-Jedi VR game has captured our attention recently, but YouTuber ragesaq is taking things to a new (and possibly more evil) level. With the shockingly simple idea of connecting the two controllers – electrical tape or PVC pipe are common suggestions – Beat Saber's two swords turn into one long, double blade. In tightly coordinated routines that resemble a combination of EDM dance and the Star Wars kid, ragesaq has hacked and slashed his way through dozens of the game's custom tracks. (Please visit the site to view this media) View the full article

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