Pac-Man World Re-Pac isn’t a long game. In fact, even if you’ve never played it before, it should only take somewhere around four or five hours to complete. As with most cross-platform games, 100% completing Pac-Man World Re-Pac is as simple as obtaining all of its achievements. However, the Switch doesn’t have an achievement system, so the requirements for 100% completion are a bit different.
Until today, it’s been impossible to truly 100% complete Xenoblade Chronicles 3 — and it’s all thanks to a bug in the base game that had prevented players from completing Loloka’s Collectopaedia Card. This card can be found at a caravan located in the Pentelas region. It requires an item called the Gogol Vuaga, and the Version 1.1.1 patch released last night makes it obtainable for the first time! Make sure you’ve updated to the latest version before continuing.
It’s the beginning of August, and we’ve updated both of our tier lists! Come see which characters have risen or dropped and why. If you’re new to competitive amiibo training and need an explanation of how these tier lists work, feel free to check out their respective pages here and here (vanilla and Spirits). Otherwise, let’s get right into the updates! It’s a light slate, but an important one nonetheless.
Pokémon Scarlet & Violet are in the midst of a rather strange situation. It’s no surprise that a Pokémon game is having its content leaked before release, but for it to happen so many months in advance is unprecedented! Two specific leakers have been revealing new information and screenshot snippets for the past few days. Some of the material leaked includes Starter Pokémon evolutions, new gimmicks, and more! Spoilers ahead, so turn away now if you’d rather discover these for yourself.
Please note that the materials presented here were sourced from CentroLeaks and other sources and are compiled here for convenience. None of the material here was originally posted by or sourced from Exion. Continue reading Pokémon Scarlet & Violet leaks: Starter evolutions, regional forms, and more
The original Wii Sports game came out in 2006, and it was an instant hit. In fact, it’s still considered a classic among Wii fans to this very day! It’s rather strange, then, that Nintendo has taken so long to release a follow-up on their highly successful Switch system. Unfortunately, the product we wound up with ultimately feels more like a half-baked pack-in than a $40 USD retail game. Most of the content Nintendo Switch Sports offers is fine on its own — but it’s outperformed by Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort, which released over 10 years ago.