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Learn More About Destiny’s Prison Of Elders Cooperative Mode Tomorrow

Bungie is hosting another live stream in the lead-up to the May 19 release of the second Destiny expansion. This week, the studio is focused on the Prison of Elders cooperative endgame content.

The stream will be hosted by Bungie community manager David “Deej” Dague and House of Wolves lead designer Matt Sammons. They will be joined by community member “ProfessorBroman” to run through the explanation.

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You can tune in tomorrow, May 6 at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern. For more on House of Wolves, check out our coverage from last week’s Trials of Osiris reveal. – The Feed

New Maps, New Weapons, And 8-Player Mode Heading To Screencheat

Screencheat, the split-screen multiplayer shooter where everyone is invisible and screen-watching is encouraged, is getting a big update.

Starting on May 1, you will be able to grab two new maps, a new mode, new weapons, team variants on all nine game modes, new ragdolls, and eight player support for local and online play.

You can watch us play the game in the Test Chamber video below. Screencheat is also heading to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, though a release date has not yet been revealed.

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We're big fans of 8-player modes (especially Smash Bros.) so we may have to boot up Screencheat for another Test Chamber tomorrow. – The Feed

The Order: 1886 Gets Photo Mode Today In Latest Patch

The Order 1886 is one of the most beautiful next-gen games released and now it will be even easier to snag awesome screenshots with the new photo mode made available in the latest patch. By tapping the touch pad, you can pause the game to enter photo mode to freely spin and position the camera and alter the color grading.

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As you can see in the video above, you can carry whatever color grading you establish in photo mode into the actual gameplay and all of the cutscenes. So if you want to play The Order 1886 with a black and white filter, for example, now you can. If you want to learn more about The Order 1886 you can read our review or check out our Test Chamber to see the game in action. – The Feed

The Golf Club Adds Season Mode With Collector’s Edition

Developer HB Studios keeps adding to The Golf Club, and this time it's including a multi-year Season mode as part of a Collector's Edition.

Maximum Games is putting out the Collector's Edition on April 28 for $ 39.99, which is the first boxed version of the already-released PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One title. The Collector's Edition also includes all of the game's free updates to date, and for a period of a few weeks, will be gamers' only chance to play the new seasons mode. After the exclusivity window, the mode will be available as paid DLC. Producer Anthony Kyne told us he expects the DLC to cost around $ 10.

Season mode allows you to move up the ranks through five different tours of tournaments, from a relatively short local season through the amateur, pro am, pro, and elite ranks. Along the way you'll play against 48 A.I. players – some of whom will progress and continue to challenge you as you move from tier to tier.

The Season mode contains HB Studios-made courses, and Kyne told us that the developer hopes to make improvements to the mode over time for free. He said one feature currently being discussed is for users to be able to create and share their own seasons.

The Collector's Edition also includes a collectible e-book. Details about its contents are scarce at the moment, but it will contain a look at the sport from industry experts. More info on the e-book will come as the game's release date nears.

For more on The Golf Club check out my review, as well as our discussion with Kyne about the future of the game and more.

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Our Take
This is a welcome addition to the base game, which needed some kind of overarching progression system. Given how HB Studios' is eschewing the typical approach of yearly iterations, it will be interesting to see how the game and its paid components price out against a new $ 60 game as time goes on. – The Feed

Azure Striker Gunvolt Passes 100,000 Downloads, Update Adds New Mode And Controls

Azure Striker Gunvolt received an update recently that will especiialy appeal to New 3DS owners.

Firstly, the update (which is available now) adds a boss tush mode with some associated unlockables. Secondly, if you have a new 3DS you will experience faster load times and you can now use the ZL and ZR buttons to change weapons. You can see a trailer outlining the update below.

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Developer Inti Creates is also celebrating a milestone for the game with 100,000 downloads.

Inti Creates recently announced a sequel in the works for Azure Striker Gunvolt, which you can read about here. For our review of Azure Striker Gunvolt, head here.

[Source: @GunvoltGame]


Our Take
I enjoyed Azure Striker Gunvolt, so I am happy to see Inti Creates continue to support it and learn it is doing well. I look forward to playing the sequel. – The Feed

Yager Introduces Sense Of Scale And Speed In New Dreadnought Game Mode

Dreadnought has captured our attention for its twist on team-based space combat. Yager's in-development title leaves behind single-seat starfighters and puts players in the role of captains of ships as big as Star Wars' star destroyers.

We've played the standard five-vs-five deathmatch a number of times, and today we had a chance to see the new team elimination mode. As you might expect, each player has one life. Unlike down-and-out modes found in other games, Yager doesn't want players sitting around and spectating.

After your ship is destroyed, you'll respawn as a fighter. In the Dreadnought announcement video, Yager attempts to show a sense of scale as huge ships warp in and crush the small snub fighters.

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It's an entirely different experience to buzz a dreadnought or destroyer in one of the small ships. It's not until I was flying around in a fighter that the sense of scale and speed were fully realized. 

Even the smallest and fastest of the core ship classes are slow in comparison to the small craft. As importantly, you're not useless once your capital ship is knocked out.

There are three fighter classes with slight differences: one has missiles, one has bombs, and the third focuses on defense. Fighters also serve as warp points for ships with that capability, making them useful in support.

It's unlikely you'll be able to take down the large ships by yourself, but acting in concert with your team, you can most certainly play a role. I was able to score assists and even landed the last hit once or twice from the tiny cockpit of my speedy fighter.

This take on the formula keeps players engaged, even after they've gone down with the ship. We'll have more opportunity to put Dreadnought through its paces this summer as the game enters its first external testing phase. – The Feed

Super Smash Bros.’s Announcer Explains How The 8-Player Mode Almost Made It Into Melee

The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming enlists the help of Super Smash Bros. announcer Xander Mobus to share some facts about Nintendo's fighting series.

Some highlights include details about creator Masahiro Sakurai's difficulty in developing the latest entry in the series, why Shigeru Miyamoto's early suggestion of including Pac-Man took so long to see fruition, and how 8-player Smash was an idea that has been around well before the release of the Wii U version of the game.

For our review of Super Smash Bros. Wii U, head here.

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You can check out other videos from the Did You Know Gaming channel covering Halo, The Last of Us, Pokémon, Assassin's Creed, Mario, Jet Set Radio, Mega Man, Fire Emblem, Donkey Kong, Killer Instinct, Rayman, Mass Effect, Dragon Quest, Castlevania, Zelda, more Zelda, Final Fight, Doom, Dragon Ball Z, Super Smash Bros., Team Fortress 2, Harvest Moon, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, the history of the Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Nintendo 64, the DS, the PlayStation, and two covering the Game Boy by hitting the links.

[Source: Did You Know Gaming on YouTube] – The Feed

Far Cry 4′s Overrun DLC Enables New Mode & More

Ubisoft is releasing the Overrun DLC for Far Cry 4 (PS4, Xbox One, PS3 & Xbox 360)*, and it brings a new PvP mode, among other additions.

The mode tasks players with controlling a designated zone (three will become active throughout the match). You earn more points for the more team members you have in the zone when it's active, and the team with the most points at the end of the two rounds wins.

Overrun also introduces four new maps, and the Golden Path has an extra vehicle playable in the new mode – a dune buggy.

For more on the game's DLC, check out our Test Chamber of Escape from Durgesh Prison.

*Out on February 12 for PC. – The Feed

Test Chamber – Unleashing The Kraken In Evolve’s Defense Mode

The review embargo for Evolve is up, but we're still a few days away from posting our official verdict. In the meantime, you can join us for a look at Defense mode, the endcap to Evolve's five-round Evacuation campaigns.

Fellow editors Matt Kato, Bryan Vore, and Jeff Cork join me as we take Kraken out for a spin against a squad of A.I. hunters and discuss our experiences with Evolve thus far. Topics include Evolve's leveling system, the competency of the A.I., and the best way to rank up your hunters and monsters. You'll also get a good (and hopefully exciting) look at the new mode, as well as a stage-three Kraken's insane repertoire of moves. Can we squeak out a victory and save planet Shear's monster population from invading colonists? Watch the video below to find out.

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Evolve launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on Tuesday; we'll be posting our review as well as more Evolve-related content throughout the week.

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below or by visiting our hub. – The Feed

Axiom Verge Has Speedrun Mode, Still Looks Awesome

Tom Happ's five-year indie project looks to be the 2D Super
Metroid sequel we've been dreaming of. Recently, Happ shared details about a
special mode designed for speedrunners.

Happ outlines the new mode at PlayStation Blog, which will provide
speedrunners with an equal playing field. Normally, Axiom Verge features secret
areas whose layouts and locations are randomly generated each time you play.
Speedrun mode removes the secret areas from the game and turns off other
randomized content so that everyone is playing the same game. Speedrun mode
also lets players skip dialog and displays how long you're taking, which is further
broken down into various milestones such as defeating bosses and reaching particular
areas. Happ's rundown also includes some new screens of the game, which are
enough to make you forget all about that Samus character.

Axiom Verge is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita
this spring. For more on the game, check out our in-depth

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Our Take
Speedrunning is a fascinating
of gaming that I've never really partaken in, but the built-in
features are an intriguing and thoughtful addition for those who are interested
in testing their mettle. – The Feed