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Goat Simulator Waste Of Space DLC Coming To PS4 Tomorrow

Goat Simulator – love it or hate it – is one of the quirkiest goat simulation games on the market today. The expansion, Waste of Space, came out on PC, Linux, and Mac in May of last year, but the add-on is finally making the jump to PlayStation 4.

The DLC is a parody of all things space, from Star Wars to Star Trek and everything in between. A recent PlayStation Blog post references romance options, so it may or may not be a coincidence that the PS4 release of this add-on coincides with the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. Check out the trailer for this endearingly absurd expansion to the Goat Simulator universe:

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Goat Simulator: Waste of Space comes out on PlayStation 4 tomorrow, March 21. It is unclear if and when the DLC will be coming to other consoles; Goat Simulator is also available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, as well as iOS and Android. Red our original review here.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]

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Goat Simulator Waste Of Space DLC Coming To PS4 Tomorrow

Goat Simulator – love it or hate it – is one of the quirkiest goat simulation games on the market today. The expansion, Waste of Space, came out on PC, Linux, and Mac in May of last year, but the add-on is finally making the jump to PlayStation 4.

The DLC is a parody of all things space, from Star Wars to Star Trek and everything in between. A recent PlayStation Blog post references romance options, so it may or may not be a coincidence that the PS4 release of this add-on coincides with the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. Check out the trailer for this endearingly absurd expansion to the Goat Simulator universe:

(Please visit the site to view this media)

Goat Simulator: Waste of Space comes out on PlayStation 4 tomorrow, March 21. It is unclear if and when the DLC will be coming to other consoles; Goat Simulator is also available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, as well as iOS and Android. Red our original review here.

[Source: PlayStation Blog]

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Picross 3D Coming To Wii U Virtual Console Tomorrow

The DS's best puzzle game will be available on Wii U tomorrow.

If you ignore the confusion surrounding why the Wii U is still getting Virtual Console games, and the Switch still isn't, you should definitely be excited about this release. Admittedly, it's probably a better mobile game than it is a console game, but if it's one you missed in 2010, you definitely don't want to skip it again. I wasn't working for Game Informer at the time, but when it released in 2010, we gave it a 9, and I absolutely agree with the score.

Its sequel, Picross 3D Round 2, came out last year and it was one of my favorite games of the year.

[Source: Nintendo]

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Rainbow Six Siege Midseason Reinforcements Update Lands Tomorrow

Ubisoft announced today that mid-season reinforcements for Rainbow Six Siege land tomorrow. The update features various changes, including a change to Glaz's scope that adds thermal visual feedback, and an Elite bundle for the character Twitch, which gives her elite skins, a new design for her drone, and a host of other aesthetic choices. 

Changes are also being made to weapon and operator balancing. Weapons are being rebalanced to correct reticle size, while Doc's overheal is being increased to 140. Buck will now receive an extra shot for his skeleton key gadget as well.

You can look at the full list of changes and additions here.

Currently entering its second year of dedicated support, you can read more on the roadmap for the future of Rainbow Six Siege here. 

[Source: Rainbow Six Website]

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PlayStation 4 Update 4.5 Coming Out Tomorrow

Tomorrow brings the 4.5 update to PlayStation 4 and PS Pro, and with it comes improvements for the PSVR experience, boost mode for PS4 Pro, and more.

Boost mode (toggled on in the system settings) improves older titles that have not received a PS4 Pro patch. While not applicable to all legacy titles, Boost mode should provide framerate stability and possibly faster load times.

Also included in the update is external hard drive support, improved screen resolution when coming out of VR mode, custom wallpapers, voice chat for remote play, updates for some apps, and more.

For a full rundown of the 4.5 update, please click the source links below.

[Source: Official PlayStation Blog (1), (2)]

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Bungie Weekly Update Teases News About “What’s Next” For Destiny Tomorrow

Each Thursday, Bungie publishes the latest news about its popular online shooter, Destiny, through a blog feature called "This Week at Bungie." While these updates are usually full of in-depth information on tweaks, balancing, and future news, the Destiny developer's update is noticeably scarce this week.

Instead of providing the granular details players typically expect from these updates, Bungie's Deej teases that we'll learn more about new content coming in March tomorrow morning at 12 p.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Pacific. The tease hints at what tomorrow's announcement will hold, including new challenges, sandbox changes, and a reveal schedule, but doesn't provide much more than that.

Bungie also mentions that a title update will be pushed to all PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players next week, but will not affect anything on the gameplay side. During the maintenance window associated with this update, players may have difficulty downloading content and accessing the Destiny Companion app.

The most recent expansion for Destiny was 2016's Rise of Iron. Last month, Activision revealed that Destiny 2 is planned to release this fall. No word on if this announcement will mention either of those, or if the new update will be separate from those two releases.

[Source: Bungie]

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Matt Groening Revives Futurama In Upcoming Mobile Game, Worlds Of Tomorrow

Fox Interactive and mobile developer TinyCo. announced today via press release a new mobile game set in the Futurama franchise.

Titled Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, the game will feature original content from series creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen. TinyCo. is also working alongside Rough Draft Studios, who originally animated the show, in order to get the look and feel of the game right. "We've got completely new stories from the original writers, cast, and animators," says Cohen in the press release. "This is the real Futurama deal."

An exact release date for Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has not been set, but interested players can sign up for updates at the official site. Android users can also pre-register for the game on Google Play.

Our Take
While Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow still doesn't have a release date, and little is known about the gameplay, fans should be comforted knowing that the two main showrunners are behind the project. Little measures like getting the animation style of a show correct can also go a long way toward making fans happy.

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Matt Groening Revives Futurama In Upcoming Mobile Game, Worlds Of Tomorrow

Fox Interactive and mobile developer TinyCo. announced today via press release a new mobile game set in the Futurama franchise.

Titled Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, the game will feature original content from series creators Matt Groening and David X. Cohen. TinyCo. is also working alongside Rough Draft Studios, who originally animated the show, in order to get the look and feel of the game right. "We've got completely new stories from the original writers, cast, and animators," says Cohen in the press release. "This is the real Futurama deal."

An exact release date for Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has not been set, but interested players can sign up for updates at the official site. Android users can also pre-register for the game on Google Play.

Our Take
While Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow still doesn't have a release date, and little is known about the gameplay, fans should be comforted knowing that the two main showrunners are behind the project. Little measures like getting the animation style of a show correct can also go a long way toward making fans happy.

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Watch Us Play Nioh Tomorrow

At 2 PM CT tomorrow, join Daniel Tack and some special guest editors as we take on dark action RPG Nioh. We'll be battling Yokai, summoning Guardian Spirits, and answering your questions about the game!

While some bosses and environments will be spoiled, we're going to play around critical story elements and won't be showing any cutscenes or explicit story content.

You can click the banner below to watch the stream on Twitch on Thursday, or just tune in using the embedded video below.

 

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