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Andrea Rene: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Twitter Andrea Rene has a big hand in the games media industry, lending her talents to GameTrailers, Yahoo Esports, GameStop TV, VICE, Spike TV, IGN, ABC, DC All Access, Logitech GTV, Gamespot, and more. Now she’ll be the host of the Nintendo World Championships 2017. Here’s everything you need to know. 1. Andrea Rene is a Games Media Journalist Rene describes herself as a freelance on-camera host, producer and writer

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Beta: How to Claim Rewards

So Star Wars Battlefront 2’s Beta has different challenges you can do to earn credits, which are used to purchase loot boxes. The challenges take the form of tasks such as playing on multiplayer maps as a certain class for 10 minutes or defeating enemies as certain classes, and more. As you complete these challenges, you can track your progress at the end of a match. You’ll be able to

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Beta: How to Claim Rewards

So Star Wars Battlefront 2’s Beta has different challenges you can do to earn credits, which are used to purchase loot boxes. The challenges take the form of tasks such as playing on multiplayer maps as a certain class for 10 minutes or defeating enemies as certain classes, and more. As you complete these challenges, you can track your progress at the end of a match. You’ll be able to

Doomsday Clock is DC’s Watchmen crossover: Here’s the first six pages

Last night, on the West Side of Manhattan, DC Comics welcomed a group of journalists into a gallery room ringed with every page of the first issue of Doomsday Clock, albeit without color or dialogue. Over the course of the evening, Doomsday Clock’s writer (and DC Comics chief creative officer and producer on Warner Bros. DC films slate), Geoff Johns, walked the assembled press through the events of each page.

The Justice League costumes look great in person at NYCC

After years of buildup, the moment is almost here: Justice League, the culmination of the films in the DC Extended Universe, hits theaters in a couple of months. Justice League brings together a team of five DC superheroes — well, six when you include Superman (wink, wink) — to save Earth from the intergalactic villain Steppenwolf and his Parademons from the planet Apokolips. It’s the fifth entry in DC’s franchise

Destiny 2: PvP tips

It might feel like Destiny 2 is running out of things to do. While that may be true at times for campaign-related activities, we all know that Lord Shaxx is always ready to remind you that you can test your skills in player versus player (PvP) combat. Unless you enjoy battling other players online, your time spent fighting others might only be to grab your weekly clan rewards and Milestones.

Gundam Versus beginner’s guide

With the U.S. release of Gundam Versus on PlayStation 4 this year, many Western players will be experiencing this storied franchise for the first time. The Gundam Versus tutorial is good, but it may not fully prepare you for the shark pit of multiplayer. The first time I played Gundam Versus was in a Japanese arcade, where I was mercilessly bullied by children. No tutorial, just children blowing up my

Diablo 3 Season 11: When Does It End?

Another season of Diablo 3 is about to wrap up and this one was a good one. After much monotony plaguing Diablo 3, Blizzard mixed things up a bit with this season by introducing a brand new class before it. The Necromancer brought everyone’s favorite summoner over from Diablo 2 and introduced it into the world of Diablo 3. As a result of this, we saw a lot of Necromancers

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Dev Answers Burning Questions

Ubisoft The Nintendo Subreddit held an “Ask Me Anything” thread with Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Creative Director Davide Soliani. In the thread, he answered a ton of burning questions about the game’s development, his inspirations as a developer, and even his preference between mashed potatoes or French fries (it was mashed potatoes). First of all, Soliani said that he would be honored to make a sequel to the game.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions review

Some untold stories don’t need to be told, and some classics don’t need to be improved on. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga began its life in 2003 on the Game Boy Advance as a tale of Nintendo’s favorite pair of siblings. This re-release for the 3DS leaves Superstar Saga basically untouched from its original turn-based Japanese role-playing form, save for a few visual improvements, but with the addition of what