It’s been 5 years since the release of the last Marvel vs. Capcom game and finally, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is here. Surrounded by controversy, this Marvel vs. Capcom game has confused many gamers. X-Men aren’t included and the character models have been making headlines because of their odd appearances. Even with these issues, the game still delivers as an exciting fighting game.
There have been a few changes to the fighting mechanics, removing the high, medium and low attacks with something a little more streamlined. Combos’ seem easier to pull off and the other than the character models, the graphics and environments are spectacular. The mixed reactions about the quality of the game still don’t outshine the fact that Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is still a great fighter and welcomed addition to the Marvel vs. Capcom franchise.
Local Gamers Go Head To Head
Recently, Gigamax attended a Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Tournament hosted by Mid-Tier Summit Gaming in Long Island, New York. It was amazing to see local gamers pull off some professional moves and stun the crowd with action-packed battles. You can learn more about MTS’s latest tournament, here.
Marvel vs. Capcom on YouTube
You can find the Marvel vs. Capcom playlist below. Even though Gigs and Mack couldn’t get past the wonky character modes, take a look at the gameplay and see if it’s the right game for you! You be the judge and let us know your impression of the game in the comments!
Thank you all so much for taking the time to watch and for visiting GigamaxGames.com. Be sure to check back here for new episodes of Marvel vs. Capcom with Gigamax Games. Even though the crew couldn’t get past the character model issue, the game delivered a worthwhile fighting game experience and absolutely deserves a revisit.
Uppercut Games was generous enough to offer the Gigamax crew a beta key to try out their latest Rogue-Like game, City of Brass. This Indiana Jones meets Bioshock adventure was something special from the very beginning. The environments and simplistic gameplay mixed with sneaky traps and dangerous enemies kept things interesting every step of the way. City of Brass may be simple at heart but the level design is spectacular.
It begins with the character spawning in and it’s all on from there. With no quests or missions, the goal is to make it to the end of the level and advance to the next stage. Each stage is riddled with booby traps, skeleton enemies, and treasures beyond your wildest dreams. The treasure is used to purchase upgrades from the genies located throughout the map. Players have an objective arrow that will guide them to the end of the level, they’re also timed so it’s important to keep moving.
City of Brass Is A Hidden Gem
This hidden gem of a game didn’t get much attention by the media. This is surprising considering it was developed with the help of ex-Bioshock developers. Overall the game came out great and the Gigamax crew is excited to keep on working their way through the unique levels and fight the bosses along the way. There’s no telling what other secrets are hidden throughout the City of Brass. As any fan of Rogue-like games knows, there is always a new, exciting experience to be had.
Be sure to stick around as the Gigamax Crew continues adding to this exciting games playlist. Both Gigs and Mack can’t wait to jump back in and see what else the City of Brass has to offer.
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Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is unlike any kind of Mario or Rabbids game to come before it. This latest title for the Nintendo Switch is truly something special. Resembling an X-COM game, universes collide and Mario is flung into an unfamiliar world forced to fight in an unconventional manner. Using what looks like a mega-buster, Mario and his Rabbids friends blast their way through the incredible levels and exciting puzzles.
Low Hopes For A Big Hit
Everyone had low hopes for this game, dismissing it expecting another cheap let down. Rabbids has a complicated history but that was all put aside for this latest title. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle delivers an incredible gaming experience and some true challenges as well. When it was released, people just couldn’t believe what the developers actually brought to the table.
The playlist below is where you can find all the latest Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle episodes from Gigamax Games. Be sure to stick around for more, there is so much more of this game to see. With DLC’s expected in the future and more story to play, this game has a lot to offer.
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle – YouTube PlayList
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Bluehole, Playerunknown’s Battleground’s developer, announced that a new update can be expected next week. Previously they stated that the weekly/monthly updates would stop in order to increase the quality of the new content. However, now it seems Bluehole is ready to deliver the quality PUBG update they think their community deserves.
Gamers can expect the the test servers to be up for at least 2 days early next week (September 10th). People are excited to see what the developer is ready to bring to the game. In a follow up Tweet, the developer included some details about what the patch will include.
Some of the key features of the new build include a new weapon, foggy weather condition, FPP leaderboards and multiple bug fixes.
It’s always a relief to see a developer continuously add and improve their games, especially when it’s not even officially released. Bug fixes are key and a new weapon is exciting, however the PUBG update further increases the competitiveness after the last big patch where First-Person servers were created. FPP leaderboards offer another huge draw to the game, focused on competitive players and those looking to make a name for themselves on one of the most popular Steam games out there.
Still Some Waiting To Do
Those looking to play the new desert map Bluehole hinted at will still need to wait. The smaller map is not expected to be released for quite some time but the original map hasn’t stopped the community from enjoying the game. The good news is the foggy weather condition addition may offer a new feel to the map everyone knows so well.
Playerunknown’s Battleground’s has seen tremendous success, surpassing 10 million copies sold on PC. The popularity of this unique shooter doesn’t look as though it’ll fade anytime soon. With the Xbox One version expected to arrive in the Game Preview program later this year, it’s expected to open up an entirely new market for the developer. Be sure to check back on Gigamax Games for the latest gaming updates and the latest details surrounding PUBG.
Below you can find the Gigamax Games PUBG adventure!
The next big update for Battlefield 1 is available now. Aptly named, In the Name of the Tsar, this DLC offers players an opportunity to take part in the Russian civil war. As per usual, the download includes new maps, a new mode, more weapons, vehicles, and a host of various bug fixes. Remember as of now, the update is only available to season pass holders. Without exclusive access, players will have to wait two weeks before they have a chance to play.
Galicia – An entrenched fight across a war-torn river valley.
Brusilov Keep – A small village high in the Carpathians braces for a Russian siege.
Albion – German ships invade the West Estonian Archipelago.
Tsaritsyn – Old and new Russia clash in the war-torn streets of Tsaritsyn.
Volga River – An epic tank battle along Volga River.
Maps for this update try to capture the severity and brutality of the Russian Civil War in the early 1900’s. The locations range from blown apart tundras to cities in all out war barely being held together. Dice also made sure In the Name of the Tsar had big vehicle battles where No Man’s Land is a death sentence for anyone outside of the metal behemoths.
Supply Drop is the newest way to experience Battlefield 1. Made to capture the impact planes had on resupplying across the WW1 battlefields. Players will have to rush for supplies that fall from the skies and defend the box until it’s empty and the team that comes out with the most supplies is the victor.
Fans of the Operations game mode, which recreates battles from WW1 in a conquest style fight, will be happy to hear that two new battles will be available.
Brusilov Offensive – The Russian army deploys new tactics on the Eastern Front in 1916.
Red Tide – The Russian Red Army and White Guard clash in civil war during 1919.
Weapons and Vehicles
While Dice didn’t detail all of the weapons and vehicles they provided a full list of the technology included in the update.
305/52 O Coastal Gun
Hussar Cavalry Unit
FA Automatic Rifle
General Liu Rifle
Parabellum MG 14/17
Perino Model 1908
Mosin Nagant M91
Vetterli Vitali M1870/87
Fixed issue where the wrong rank icon was displayed on the Kill Card for Rank 110.
Fixed issue where some weapons were not being fully customizable from the front end.
Replaced shortcuts on Home Screen with dynamic Battlepacks and Service Assignments widgets.
The name filter now trims empty filter texts in the Server Browser.
Game servers with custom configuration are now designated as CUSTOM in the Server Browser.
Fixed issue accessing Options menu after leaving the server queue.
Fixed an issue in the End of Round screen where all Class Rank icons were gold instead of the corresponding Gold, Silver, or Bronze Rank value.
Bombers should no longer take multiple damage pings from a single bullet.
Changes to stationary weapon repair and respawn – if not repaired for two minutes, the QF1 AA, FK96 Field Gun, and 305/52 O Coastal Gun will be restored to full health. Players can still use a repair tool to get them back into action faster.
Fixed issue where dismounting a horse while it was jumping would cause it to get stuck in the jump animation.
Fixed issue where it was possible to spawn with duplicate gadgets.
Maps and Modes
Fixed collision on staircase in Fort de Vaux to allow players to climb them while prone.
The Best Squad screen will now appear after an operation is completed.
Fixed issue where character models would appear blurry in the Best Squad screen.
Improved loading of the Customize Soldier screen on the main menu.
Fixed issue where the kill card would sometimes not show while spectating other players.
Other than a few other minor changes that is everything that is added with the In the Name of the Tsar expansion. This DLC gives the perfect excuse to hop back into the game and test out all the new equipment available. This is not the end of Battlefield’s expansions though, two more are currently planned with no confirmed release date. Make sure to keep checking back with GigamaxGames.com for more information when it becomes available!
It’s finally here, Destiny 2 launches next week and Bungie has clarified many of the specifics behind their first person shooters release. To kick off the list of big announcements, the developer confirmed when Destiny 2’s servers will go live. The game will be officially released at Midnight in countries around the world and for the U.S. that means Midnight EST.
While Destiny 2 may not go live until September 6th, Playstation 4 players can start pre loading the game if they have the game pre purchased (Like the dedicated guardians in the Gigamax crew). Unfortunately, Bungie has yet to state when pre loading on the PC and Xbox One will start but hopefully it will be soon.
The Hype Train Is Here
To further build up the hype, Bungie detailed when Destiny 2’s first Nightfall Strike, Raid, and Trials of Osiris will begin. As for the Nightfall Strikes, they will be available from the start of the game but probably won’t be completed for at least a week due to their difficult nature. The Raid will kick off at 10 AM PT/ 1 PM ET/ 6 PM BST on September 13th, with Trials of Osiris launching at the same times on September 15th.
Those that don’t enjoy spoilers will be happy to hear that Bungie is being super protective of details on the raid so that nothing is ruined by a leak. “If you have witnessed the race to become the first to topple the final boss, you know we keep Raid info well under wraps,” Bungie said. “These are your moments to discover–your mysteries to solve. We’ve given you the when. You will soon discover the who, the what, and the where. Together, as a team, you might even discover the how.” (http://bit.ly/2wsXTuq)
The Guided Games feature won’t roll out until September 12th at 1 PM ET and Bungie explained it will be a “Soft Beta” which essentially means only certain players will have access to the experience. Guided Games is Destiny 2’s new feature that hooks solo players up with clans to help take on some of the more daunting tasks throughout the game. This may help keep people without a solid raid crew interest in the game and lend a helping hand so they can experience what the full game really has to offer.
Well this is it fellow Guardians, the countdown has started and the long awaited sequel to one of the most controversial shooters of all time is almost here. We hope to play with as many fans, friends, and newcomers as possible in the coming weeks so fill your magazines, charge your supers, throw on your freshest gear… AND LET’S GET RAIDING!
Call of Duty: WW2’s first beta wrapped up on August 27th and overall the game was received well by the community. There were some obvious adjustments that needed to be made such as balancing issues but the fans made sure the developers knew about them. Sledgehammer, a subsidiary of Activision, is heading the Call of Duty: WW2 project and they’re taking gamers comments to heart. Players can expect the second beta to feature some improvements that could deliver a more refined experience.
“New Maps and Modes”
Before diving into the most notable updates, Sledgehammer hinted at another bit of exciting news. In their blog post, before the update information, they mentioned hearing feedback on playlist variety and are working to improve it. The next sentence stated, “You know what else would improve it? More maps and modes.” New maps and additional game modes would make an already exciting beta even more entertaining.
– Improvements are being made to hit feedback which includes better audio and a more prominent headshot indicator.
– They are reducing Molotov to x1 per Scorestreak.
– Default incendiary shells is turned off and they mentioned a future nerf is possible.
– Expect Paratrooper strength / cost balancing.
– They mention Recon Aircraft were found to be too vulnerable to rifle damage.
– Color Blind support option will be added.
The list above includes the most major gameplay updates but you can find the full list on the official blog post.
Be sure to check out the Live Stream of Call of Duty: WW2 beta below:
The second beta weekend begins on Friday, September 1st (10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET) and will continue through Monday, September 4th. It will be available on both PS4 and Xbox One and only to those who have preordered the game.
It was exciting to have the chance to see Call of Duty return to their roots and the beta delivered a fulfilling experience. Having the chance to play some Zombies would tie it all together however that isn’t necessarily out of the question when looking at Sledgehammer’s comments. Hopefully the developer continues to accept and embrace the feedback from the beta and makes adjustments along the way to deliver the best Call of Duty possible in November.
In a unique move by the developer Naughty Dog, they released an intermediate Uncharted game called Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Starring Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross, it takes the player on a journey through the jungles of India on an adventure to remember. This thrilling ride provides the action and excitement expected from an Uncharted game but the two different main characters offer a different perspective and it came together wonderfully.
With a pricepoint of $40 dollars, people were worried how much content will actually be available. These fears have become half truths because the game isn’t as long as a traditional Uncharted game. However, with the first playthrough taking 7 hours and 20 minutes, it absolutely provides a fulfilling experience.
Naughty Dog Does It Again
Traversing through the rainforest and mountainous landscapes was absolutely spectacular. The views and visuals Naughty Dog leads the player through is beyond stunning. Great graphics and exquisite views aren’t the only thing that build The Lost Legacy into a worthwhile addition to the Uncharted franchise, either. Its story immerses the gamer incredibly well and the level design makes the player really feel as if they’re accomplishing amazing feats, seamlessly advancing along the way. This game is $40 well spent.
Both Gigs and Mack are huge fans of the Uncharted series and this latest addition was a welcomed surprise. Be sure to stick around for new episodes and the full playthrough! If you’re on the fence about picking it up, take a look at the gameplay below for a little preview into Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – YouTube Playlist
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It seems that every few months Blizzard likes to change the meta for their insanely popular hero based shooter, Overwatch. This time around their monthly update includes changes to the way D.Va and Mercy operate. As of now, these updates are live on the PTR for gamers to test out and fans will notice that those aren’t the only changes.
The most robust overhaul is coming to the popular healer, Mercy, who is getting a completely different ultimate. Not to worry though, she can still resurrect people only now it’s a standard ability. Instead of reviving all her teammates with her ultimate, now it only resurrects one partner within five meters, has a 30 second cool down, and she is not invincible while casting the power.
The Dawn of Valkyrie
Her new ultimate is aptly named Valkyrie, which according to Blizzard “unleashes the full power of Mercy’s Valkyrie suit.” This power buffs both her suit and weapons in an extraordinary way. Check out the full list of what happens when the ultimate activates:
Caduceus Staff: Mercy’s healing and damage boost beams now affect all allies near the targeted teammate, and the staff’s effective range has been extended
Caduceus Blaster: Granted infinite ammo, while simultaneously increasing damage and fire rate
Guardian Angel: Increased range and movement speed
Resurrect: Cooldown is instantly reset when Valkyrie is activated and reduced to 10s after the initial cast
Hover: Mercy gains the ability to fly freely, at increased movement speed
Regeneration (Passive): No longer interrupted when Mercy takes damage
Blizzard explains why they decided to update the beloved healer, “While resurrecting downed allies is a core part of Mercy’s gameplay, the way her Ultimate functioned was causing a number of problems,” they continued “It was frustrating to play against, and it incentivized Mercy players to hide away from important battles, instead of taking part in them. This version turns Resurrect into a single target ability. It’s still an important part of Mercy’s kit, but plays much better for both Mercy players and her enemies. Valkyrie, the new Ultimate, gives her the opportunity to make big game-making plays and opens a number of new options for her.”
Also new to the update are Blizzards previously detailed and controversial changes to the way D.Va plays. To make her a more formidable attacker she’s been given a cluster of micro-missiles as well as the ability to fly and shoot at the same time. Sound a little unfair? It probably is and that’s why they are also nerfing the recharge rate of her defense matrix. Finally, the only other character change is while Reinhardt has his shield up players can click the attack button and spin the camera 360 degrees.
Overwatch fans are certainly voicing their opinions on the latest changes and as usual they range from anger to overt happiness. We hear at Gigamax just love to watch the chaos following a dramatic update to this insanely popular game. It is not surprising that fans get so emotional during these times considering how invested many players are and the competitive nature of the game.
Taking place in Cologne, Germany, Gamescom 2017 is Europe’s largest gaming event and is unofficially touted as Europe’s more consumer friendly version of E3. Kicking off with briefings from Microsoft and EA, the event has officially begun. Opening to press on August 22nd, there has been a flood of information about the latest games and gaming news and it’s only the first day. The event opens to the public August 23rd and runs until August 26th.
Even the German Chancellor Angela Merkel stopped by to hang out with cosplayers and she shared some very important words with the gaming community.
“Computer and video games are of the utmost importance as cultural assets, as a driving force for innovation and as an economic factor, which is why I was also very pleased to come to Cologne to provide this developing industry with my recommendation,” Merkel said. http://bit.ly/2vnnYs
Big Crowds, Bigger Games
Crowds are expected to reach into the hundreds of thousands, all coming out to see what’s new in the world of gaming. With the first Press Day out of the way, gamers are starting to get a better picture of what they can expect.
With only a handful of major press conferences planned for the show, Electronic Arts (EA) and Nvidia will be taking center stage at Gamescom 2017. However, that’s not all attendees and all those throughout the gaming community can expect to come out of Europe’s largest game conference. Take a look below to see some of the major press conferences being featured this year at Europe’s largest game conference.
Microsoft: Xbox One X
Microsoft didn’t opt for their conventional press conference this year and instead showed up early to the party with a live stream on Sunday, August 20th. They mentioned the Xbox One X pre-orders, and the list of the more than 100 confirmed Xbox One X enhanced titles coming to the console. A new Middle Earth: Shadow of War trailer was premiered and an all new cinematic trailer for Assassin’s Creed Origins made it to the stream as well. Those excited for Sea of Thieves will be happy to know it will support cross play between PC and Xbox. Microsoft also said they are publishing remasters of Age of Empires II and III and people can expect a completely new sequel, Age of Empires IV.
For more information, you can watch the archived livestream below.
Electronic Arts (EA)
EA held their EA Live Show keynote a day before the show opened to the press on August 21st. They showed off brand new footage of Star Wars Battlefront II, gamers were excited to get a bigger taste of this highly anticipated title. Need for Speed Payback also made an appearance so fans of the classic racing series got a glimpse of what the latest game may offer. Of course, Battlefield 1’s DLC was featured as EA continues to build on their successful shooter. This is just some of the incredible content featured at EA’s Live Stream, you can watch the entire stream below.
In a unique move, Nvidia held a hands-on event for the press for some of the most renowned PC games. They didn’t live stream the event, however they are expected to release a video later this week. Once that is available, check back here to see Nvidia’s unique press conference.
Wednesday, August 23rd Nintendo will be opening up their Press Conference with new gameplay of their unique take on classic Mario, Super Mario Odyssey. Yoshiaki Koizumi, the game’s producer will hold a special developer discussion seemingly to discuss the development process and what actually went into this reimagined Mario. This will be featured along with Splatoon 2, Mario Rabbids, and Pokken Tournament. Once it becomes available, check back here for the stream.
This Is Only The Beginning
This is only a small taste of what Gamescom 2017 has to offer. As the event heats up, more news from the biggest names in gaming are sure to reach the press and public. Gigamax will be watching this event closely and will be sure to update this page and release more content as information becomes available. Be sure to check back soon for more updates coming out of Cologne, Germany.