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Respawn Apologizes For Apex Legends Lootbox Controversy

Apex Legends' recent Iron Crown event, which let players play in solo mode for the first time, also had a number of cosmetics alongside its festivities called the Iron Crown Collection. These new cosmetics were exclusive to the event and only attainable through lootboxes, which were more expensive than your run-of-the-mill lootboxes. Moreover, some lootboxes, like Bloodhound's heirloom set, could only be received after spending nearly $200 in lootboxes already.

Fans obviously complained. Loudly. So loudly that it prompted a response from Apex Legends producer Drew McCoy, apologizing for the issue.

“At launch we made a promise to players that we intend to do monetization in a way that felt fair and provided choice to players on how they spent their money and time,” McCoy wrote. “A core decision during development of Apex Legends was that we wanted to make a world class battle royale game – in quality, depth, progression, and important for today’s conversation – how we sell s..

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Dragon Age 4’s Lead Producer Leaves BioWare

While Dragon Age 4 does not officially have a name yet, it does officially have a developer leaving it. In the second high-profile departure from BioWare this week, the game's lead producer has announced on social media late last night that he has left the studio after 12 years.

Fernando Melo, who acted as senior producer for Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2, was lead producer on the upcoming and still untitled fourth Dragon Age game. Melo announced on Twitter late last night that he had left Bioware that day, posting a parting email to the rest of his coworkers and colleagues.

In the letter, Melo also states that Dragon Age, which is codenamed Morrison, was poised to become “the definitive Dragon Age experience.” He also said he is looking forward to enjoying the game as a fan this time.

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Superhot Leaked For Switch

It's hard to pin down a genre for Superhot, the first-person puzzle-melee-shooter action game from developers at the Superhot Team. The game originally released in 2016, with a VR version following not long after, but the intense style and innovative gameplay ideas made the high-concept title a big hit with a lot of fans. It now appears that the game will be coming to Nintendo Switch.

The news comes, well, courtesy of Nintendo at the very core of it. A dataminer yesterday discovered that an update went out over Nintendo's servers for Superhot, with an ID and an icon and everything. The game has not, or had not, been announced yet.

https://twitter.com/itssimontime/status/1162495323580903426

The day one update being uploaded seems to insinuate that the game will come out fairly soon. Considering Nintendo has an Indie video presentation on Monday, it likely makes sense that the game will be released at or just after the presentation.

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Persona 5 Royal Releasing In The West In Spring, New Overview Trailer

At today's Atlus Art Show, the developer and Sega subsidiary showed off art from their games, including Persona. It made sense, then, as a place to announce a release window for Persona 5 Royal in the west, as the revision of 2017's massive JRPG has not had anything narrowed down past just the year of 2020. Atlus has now confirmed that the game will release in the west in Spring of 2020.

Additionally, we got a new trailer confirming that date courtesy of Sony, calling it a Gamescom trailer.

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The trailer shows off new things like teamwork attacks, the new character and a lot more. We've also been keeping up on all the character trailers so far.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gets Driver’s License Mission And New Characters

When Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was named and officially shown off at E3 earlier this year, none of the footage showed anything past the Frieza Saga. In a game about Goku's life, it makes some sense that it would at least go through the part where he becomes a Super Saiyan, but fans were concerned it wouldn't go beyond that. Not only does the game go beyond that into the Android Saga, it includes the best filler episode from the show.

In the latest issue of Jump, the manga magazine that ran Dragon Ball, Bandai Namco revealed a few new things about the game. The game, as mentioned will continue through the Android Saga, meaning the Cell Games will likely feature prominently. It hasn't been said if the game will go past that, but Cell Games would make a logical end to the series, as would the following arc. In addition, Jump confirmed that one of the side missions in the game would be based on the 125th Dragon Ball Z episode where Goku and Piccolo get driver's licenses.
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Super Mario Bros. Movie Getting Unofficial Extended Edition

I have very distinct memories of talking my parents into letting me go see the Super Mario Bros. movie in 1993 and, all of seven years-old, walking out of the theater trying to convince myself I liked it. The film has gained a cult following over the last 18 years, more for its mockable qualities than its genuine qualities, and has become the focus of a lot of fascination by movie and film fans. A few months ago, some of these fans found an uncut version of the film with deleted scenes that never made it to theaters.

Yes, that's right. Super Mario Bros. scenes you've never seen before, until now. Here's one of them.

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In this scene, the Mario bros. meet rival plumbers attempting to rip-off a restaurant by giving them an absurd estimate to fix a dishwasher. The other plumbers are standoffish when Mario calls them out on it and the pairs confront each other outside.

The group that found and published this scene, which just calls themse..

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