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Mortal Kombat 11 will feature a new 'GoreTech' system, and more

GameStop Italy accidentally posted up some new details about Mortal Kombat 11 that weren't supposed to go live yet. They've since removed the blurb, but as you know, the internet never forgets. Here's the details they had posted.

- New game engine, with even more bloody and bloody scenes
- New customization system, with clothes, accessories and move sets never seen before
- New Fatality as well as a new GoreTech system to make the executions even more brutal
- Strong multiplayer component, fully oriented towards the esports
- Personalization systems, daily news, constantly updated rewards and an improved matchmaking

We're not quite sure what the 'GoreTech' system is, but the debut trailer did seem to have a level of blood above the series' norm so far.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 - another round of footage

On the mountainside, through a nature park, in the middle of the desert or along the coast, defend your position over the course of more than 250 races, including championships, missions and challenges.

Smash Bros. Ultimate - Cloud's Alternate Palutena's Guidance

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features a unique Palutena's Guidance for every single character in the game. When playing in Stamina Mode, the dialogue for Cloud's Guidance has a slight alteration. This seems to be unique to Cloud from our testing, perhaps Sakurai felt bad that he didn't have anything in Smash Wii U!

Doom - Version 1.2 handheld footage

Relentless demons, impossibly destructive guns, and fast, fluid movement provide the foundation for intense, first-person combat – whether you’re obliterating demon hordes through the depths of Hell in the single-player campaign, or competing against your friends in numerous multiplayer modes.

New Fire Emblem Heroes Update Introduces Book III of the Main Story, Mythic Heroes and More

Beginning later today, fans of the Fire Emblem Heroes mobile game can download a free Version 3.0 update that introduces new in-game content, including Book III of the main story, the new Mythic Hero type, new characters, new seasons and more.

In Book III, Alfonse and the Order of Heroes face a grim new challenge when Hel, ruler of the realm of the dead, resurrects the shadows of heroes past and forces her daughter Eir to infiltrate the Order of Heroes. The Book III story missions shed new light on classic characters and add even more engaging content for fans to enjoy, with Chapter 1 and 2 available starting today and additional Chapters to be added in future updates. Newcomers to Fire Emblem Heroes can also jump into the new story content right away, without needing to complete Book I and Book II.

The latest update also introduces the Mythic Hero, a new type of hero whose Mythic Effects are directly tied to Aether Raids, the competitive mode that was introduced to Fire Emblem Heroes in November. In Aether Raids, Summoners own an Aether Keep that they use to attack or defend against other Summoners’ Aether Keeps. Beginning later today, a new cycle of seasons – Light, Dark, Astra and Anima – that affects both the new Aether Raids mode and new Mythic Hero type. Players will need to jump into Aether Raids to see the effects and benefits of these new seasons, Mythic Heroes and Mythic Effects for themselves.

The first-ever Mythic Hero in Fire Emblem Heroes, Eir, can be obtained by completing Book III, Chapter 1 of the main story. Players can also look forward to other new additions, including a new Summoning Event: Hero Fest and First Summon Ticket feature, in the latest Fire Emblem Heroes update.

Fire Emblem Heroes is a free-to-start game for mobile devices that reimagines the gameplay of Nintendo’s long-running strategy-RPG series. Battles in the game are customized for touch screens and on-the-go play, featuring turn-based strategic battles starring new heroes, as well as classic characters from the Fire Emblem franchise.

Fans of Fire Emblem Heroes can look forward to Fire Emblem: Three Houses, a new main game in the Fire Emblem series, launching for Nintendo Switch in 2019.

For more information about Fire Emblem Heroes, visit https://fire-emblem-heroes.com/en/.

Pokemon GO - Mystery Box update


Niantic has tweaked the Mystery Box in Pokemon GO a bit, and it results in more Meltan for players! Hop in there and check it out right now.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 - framerate test (demo)

There's certainly a lot going on in Dragon Quest Builders 2, but can the Switch handle it all? Check out this framerate test that showcases gameplay from the recently-released demo in Japan.

Doom - Version 1.2 now available

Doom has gotten an update on Switch, bringing it to Version 1.2. While we don't have full patch notes, we do know the update includes a performance boost, video capture, and the ability to add recent players to your friend list.

Donut County - 'Duality of Holes' trailer

Donut County is a story-based physics puzzle game where you play as an ever-growing hole in the ground. Meet cute characters, steal their trash, and throw them in a hole.