The Worst Part Of ‘Far Cry New Dawn’ Is Its Silent Protagonist

Comicbook.com writes: “With Far Cry 5, Ubisoft decided to go with a voiceless protagonist in an attempt to make the game’s main character more customizable for the player, or at least that was presumably its angle. You could choose their gender, their appearance, their clothes, but this seemingly came at the expense of the character being voiced, though these two things can exist together. Whatever the reason Ubisoft decided to do this, it was criticized for it as it was easily one of the worst parts of Far Cry 5. But yet, today, it released Far Cry New Dawn, a standalone sequel, with a voiceless protagonist. And again, it’s a glaringly terrible design decision”

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Author: N4G

Review: Resident Evil 2 (2019) Link-Cable

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: “How do you go about remaking one of the best video games ever made? That was the challenge presented to Capcom when they took on the monumental task of breathing new life into the 1998 survival-horror classic, a mission that before we saw the official game reveal at E3 2018, something that many considered to be out of reach. Though everything changed on that hot June day when Capcom gave us our first glimpse at the remake of Resident Evil 2 which would end up releasing only six months later. And now that weve gotten our hands on the game and survived the zombie-infested streets of Raccoon City all over again we can safely say that not only does 2019s version of Resident Evil 2 live up to the originals legacy, it surpasses it in every conceivable way.”

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Author: N4G

The Rise Of The Video Game Selfie

Photo modes have been around for some time now, appearing in various video games. From Far Cry: New Dawn to Spider-Man to Assassins Creed Origins, it seems more and more video games have been giving players the ability to become virtual photographers.

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Author: N4G

Elimination Chamber: First-Ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Crowned At PPV

Tonight, during the WWE event Elimination Chamber, the first-ever Women’s Tag Team Champions were crowned after one intense battle. 12 teams entered the Chamber, and one-by-one they were eliminated until only one tag team survived.

By the end of the contest, Sasha Banks & Bayley stood victorious, and were handed the brand-new title belts, making them the inaugural champions. After the match, while being interviewed in the ring, Bayley said, “I don’t even know what to say,” as she held back tears. The crowd chanted, “You deserve it” over and over again.

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“No one know how hard we fought to get this,” Bank said. “If you guys, legit, only knew… This is just the beginning of more changes to come.”

During the match, Banks and Bayley eliminated Tamina–along with the help of everyone else. During the final moments of the Elimination Chamber, it was Sasha Banks and Bayley vs. Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose. Sasha Banks locked in the Bank Statement on Deville, forcing her to tap after an exciting battle.

What’s different about these tag titles–compared to all others–is that they are not brand specific. If a team from Raw is champion, another team from Smackdown can be in the running for a title shot. This places a heavy emphasis on competition between the two brands, which adds some fun to the shows. [Raw/Smackdown] can currently claim brand dominance because two of their superstars are champions. The only question is how will #1 contendership work in the future?

For more on Elimination Chamber, check out our predictions for the show and make sure to check out our live results, updated regularly.

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Author: GameSpot