Author: Xavier Jinan

Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass announces the arrival of more than 50 new games by 2020

After confirming a launch in 2020 and a consequent line-up for its xCloud streaming video game platform, Microsoft took advantage of its X019 conference to unveil the presence of 50 new titles on the Xbox Game Pass.

So many new titles that promise to attract new subscribers before the arrival of a wave of new content expected in 2020 promises Microsoft.

As a reminder, the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service allows, for a subscription of € 9.99 / month to enjoy a catalog games consequent on Xbox One console and PC.

Games already available:

  • Tracks (Xbox One and PC)
  • The Talos Principle (Xbox One and PC)
  • Age of Empire II Definitive Edition (PC)
  • Remnant: From the Ashes (Xbox One)
  • RAGE 2 (Xbox One)
  • Age of Wonders: Planetfall (Xbox One)
  • Hearts of Iron IV (PC)
  • LEGO Ninjago (Xbox One)

By the end of the year and in 2020:

  • Carrion (Xbox One and PC)
  • Cris Tales (Xbox One and PC)
  • Cyber ​​Shadow (Xbox One and PC)
  • Darksiders III (Xbox One and PC)
  • Double Kick Heroes (Xbox One and PC)
  • Drake Hollow (Xbox One and PC)
  • Edge of Eternity (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy VII (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy VIII Remastered (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy IX (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy HD X Remastered (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remastered (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Xbox One and PC)
  • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Xbox One and PC)
  • Final Fantasy XV (Xbox One and PC)
  • Drill (Xbox One and PC)
  • Haven (Xbox One and PC)
  • It Lurks Below (Xbox One and PC)
  • Levelhead (Xbox One and PC)
  • Life is strange 2 (Xbox One)
  • My friend Pedro (Xbox One and PC)
  • Pandemic (PC)
  • PHOGS (Xbox One and PC)
  • She dreams Elsewhere (Xbox One and PC)
  • Skatebird (Xbox One and PC)
  • Streets of Rage 4 (Xbox One and PC)
  • Scourge Bringer (Xbox One and PC)
  • Supraland (Xbox One)
  • Tekken 7 (Xbox One)
  • The Escapists 2 (Xbox One)
  • Touhou Luna Nights (Xbox One and PC)
  • The Red Lantern (Xbox One)
  • The Red String Club (Xbox One)
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Xbox One)
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul (Xbox One and PC)
  • West of Dead (Xbox One and PC)
  • Yakuza 0 (Xbox One and PC)
  • Yakuza Kiwami (Xbox One and PC)
  • Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Xbox One and PC)
  • Bleeding Edge (Xbox One and PC)
  • Grounded (Xbox One and PC)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (PC)
  • Minecraft Dungeons (Xbox One and PC)
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox One and PC)
  • Tell me Why (Xbox One and PC)
  • Wasteland 3 (Xbox One and PC)
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Have you played Persona 5 lately? If you’ve played the game then I am pretty sure you know the significance of building up your persona 5 fusions. They are the only thing that allows you to survive the game’s complex Palaces and extremely challenging Mementos. 

Creating Personas within the game is of utmost importance because it allows you to exploit your enemy’s weaknesses and also enable you to battle and survive some of the toughest enemies in-game. 

Now understanding every Persona can easily overwhelm you. And if you ever plan on delving into their Fusions, the whole thing just become overly complicated. So why not, skip the whole deal of learning and instead, get the best Personas as you go through the game! Here’s a guide to help you understand how you can get the most powerful Persona 5 personas and master their art of fusion in no time. 

So without further ado, let’s get started. 

Are you familiar with the Velvet Room? 

The fastest way to acquire new Personas is to beat down challenging enemies throughout the game. The more challenging the enemies, the more difficult it is to vanquish them and the rewards are better. 

However, do you know that you can also create new fusions and strengthen your existing ones by sacrificing the ones which you already own? Yup, there’s a place called the Velvet Room in the game.

You might feel a bit overwhelmed when you are creating different combinations, but the process of fusion is fairly simple. With the latest updates, you are now able to work your way back if you’re not satisfied with a particular combination. Try manual combinations until you find the best for your character. 

Fusing Personas is also where your Confidant social rank comes into play. The higher your rank in a given Arcana, the greater are the chances of earning better bonuses. It indicates that you have a fair chance to create Personas which are relatively going to be more powerful than any you’ll find in wild. 

And Velvet Room is the place where you can perform effective Persona fusions. 

Personas can also acquire abilities from their parents. Hence, you can get some balanced results. 

In case, you’re having trouble with identifying source Personas, you can eventually become capable of fusing others which are already in your possession. To do so, just go through the “Fusion by result” section within the Velvet Room. As you level up in the game, acquiring personas becomes fairly easy. 

You won’t actually have to kill higher difficulty level enemies, as you can simply stun them and acquire your desired Persona. If you can’t kill em, then at least you can farm your favorite personas from them. 

How Should One Create the Best Persona for his Character? 

It is without a doubt, the Sataneal is the strongest Persona in the game, but you can only unlock it if you’re playing the New Game+. However, if you hold a bit of patience and use a bit of your imagination, you can then easily create variants of your own Persona which are equally tough and powerful.

Earning a complete immunity in the Persona 5 game is near impossible. 

It may take some time and may require a lot of brainstorming but you will eventually get there. 

Are you out on the hunt? Here’s a bit of advice that you need to keep in mind. 

  • Start by taking up a Persona that has all the natural immunities and you can create them by fusing three or more different Personas; good examples are Yoshitsune, Kohyru, or Black Frost.
  • Find Personas with passive-skill based immunities that are inheritable. The best example I can come up with is Black Frost which has no resistance against Electric damage. 
  • Fuse the Personas which you’re going to utilize as part of your ingredients. For instance, to pass Absorb Electric from Barong to Black Frost you’ll have to Fuse Barong with Asterius to create Yatagarasu with the inherited ability, and then fuse Yatagarasu with Seth to make King Frost with the inherited ability, and then use King Frost in the final fusion.
  • Get the raw ingredients, and get started with the Advanced Fusion to complete masterpiece. 
  • In the wake of creating a Persona that can best survive the game, individuals often forget to focus on the offense and make Personas that are more defensive. You can spend some time in the lower reaches of Mementos in order to get your hands on Skill Cars that you can apply. 

So there you go, everything important that you need to keep in mind in order to build your Persona. Are you up for the challenge? Download the game and start playing! Let us know what you feel about it? 

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If there is one game that stands a head and shoulders above the rest of the best tactical strategy console games, then it is none other but the ultimate Fire Emblem series from the Nintendo. 

The title brings a unique mixture of tactical gameplay with deep character interactions. It is a world where characters can have a vested interest in how they build up their characters to earn success. 

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This option has, however, changed in the casual game mode, but the classic mode still features this option encouraging players to think heavily on every decision they make or consequence they face. 

The Fire Emblem series is pretty much the same as the Final Fantasy series. There are plenty of sequels, but most of them are set in a unique universe with a fresh storyline, new characters, etc.

So today I am going to discuss the best Fire Emblem game series that one must add in his GBA games to play list. A good enough overview can help players to gain command and move forward. 

Radiant Dawn

The Radiant Dawn is one of the sequels which was debuted on the Nintendo Wii Console in 2007.

This game has earned its position as one of the top games in the Emblem games series. It is a hardcore strategy game and is definitely one of the toughest nuts to crack. In this grid-based tactical strategy, I believe Radiant dawn is a game where one can find a whole lot of things to get used to. 

The story behind the game is subdivided into four parts where each part gives a different perspective to the ongoing events within the game. There are four different factions that are constantly battling in order to gain control of the continent known as Tellius. If you’re a hardcore strategy player, this game can offer you a remarkable experience, but if you’re a casual strategy player then put it for later play. 

Blazing Blade

If you are playing the game outside Japan, then Blazing Blade is one of the introductory Fire Emblem games in the series. This game was released on GBA in the United States featuring 3 main characters. 

You start the game with Eliwood, Hector and Lyn who play as the main protagonist in the game. Lyn is fairly new but Eliwood and Hector have a significant connection with the previous Fire Emblem game.

The game is subdivided into two storylines. The first focuses on Lyn and her quest to save her grandfather. The second focuses on the trio battling against the sorcerer Nergal. 

As a player, you are able to switch between characters and play secondary roles on the go.

Shadow of Valentia

It is the fifteenth game in the Fire Emblem series, but it is a complete remake of the one published in 1992. It combines the dungeon crawling aspect with the turn-based tactical strategy killing gameplay. 

The game comes in two difficulty settings; there is a classical mode and a casual mode. Both of these game modes were initially introduced in the Fire Emblem: Awakening. 

The Classic game mode feature is a lot more challenging because it brings the permadeath feature whereas the casual mode only sends your character out of the battle but he/she doesn’t completely die. These modes make the game remarkably enjoyable for strategy fans and make game enjoyable. 

Here, you can focus on the tactical side of your mind and play challenging levels in a new way. 

Conquest

Launched in 2015, Conquest and Birthright are both part of the Fire Emblem Fates series. For the first time, it is a single game that features two different series with different stories in Fire Emblem game. 

If you’re a casual gamer, then you can begin playing with Birthright as it is aimed at giving you a remarkable gaming experience in the casual gaming space. However, if you are the type of gamer who likes to face challenges and is more of a hardcore Fire Emblem fan, then Conquest is your way in.

In Conquest, the enemies are relatively stronger than the enemies in Birthright and are designed for special conditioning of the individuals. It polishes up your skill on tactical strategy so you can win. 

If you want to have a challenging experience, then this particular series can give players a one.

Birthright

Birthright is the second series in the Fire Emblem Fates game. Both the series are set on the same continent; however, you play in both the games from different sides of the conflict. However, with Birthright, you don’t have to face much of a tough time as your enemies are fairly easy to take down. 

It is very important that you play both the games within the respective series if you want to have the full experience. If you’re a casual strategy fan, then Birthright is the best place to begin Fire Emblem. 

As you gradually move up the levels, you get more skilled at taking down remarkable kills. As a casual strategy fan, I believe you can simply fall in love with the game and will never have to look elsewhere. 

This is a game specifically designed for hardcore tactical players. 

Sacred Stones

The third game in the Fire Emblem series featuring the old retro-styled gameplay, Sacred Stones is a great starting point for all those who are planning to begin with the Fire Emblem series on GBA. 

The game typically features almost the same mechanics which are observed in the Blazing Blade. However, the gameplay takes place in an entirely different continent where Players get the chance to explore new plots, focus on new enemies and investigate new cases taking place within the nation.

If you want to start someplace in the Fire Emblem series, then might I suggest you start here. 

So there you go, here are some of the Fire Emblem games which I believe are not just quite remarkable but are exceptionally favored by the common individuals who still play games on the GBA. 

Are you a Fire Emblem fan yourself? If that’s the case then might I ask which sequel you prefer? 

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