Adventure Time’s Finn And Jake Join Immortals Fenyx Rising In New Crossover Video


Adventure Time’s Finn And Jake Join Immortals Fenyx Rising In New Crossover Video

Ubisoft is preparing to launch its action-adventure game Immortals Fenyx Rising in early December. In an unusual twist, the publisher teamed up with the two stars of Adventure Time, Finn and Jake.

In the short crossover trailer, Finn and Jake are off on one of their usual adventures. Monsters attack, leaving the brothers in trouble. That’s when Fenyx flies in and offers some assistance. While Finn and Jake aren’t playable characters in the game, it’s an interesting crossover that introduces Immortals Fenyx Rising’s protagonist.

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Finn and Jake are also voiced by their voice actors from the show, Jeremy Shada and John DiMaggio, which is a bonus treat for those missing the animated program.

Immortals Fenyx Rising is the story of “the gods’ last hope.” Winged demigod Fenys is tasked with saving the Greek gods and their home from a dark curse. Fenyx will fight mythological beasts, master the Gods’ powers, and fight the deadliest Titan in Greek mythology Typhon.

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Within the stylized open-world are many fierce battles, but also a combination of puzzles and strategy. Players will have to use their wits and special abilities to solve challenging puzzles and escape vaults. There are seven unique regions inspired by the Gods.

Some of the mythical beasts include cyclops, Medusa, or Minotaur. These challenging battles will take place on land and in the air.

Players will have many gifts available to them, such as the wings of Daedalus, sword of Achilles, bow of Odysseus, and more. Using these powers correctly will help turn the tide of any battle.

Fenyx can further customize their abilities and appearance. The game has a detailed character customizer, but the crossover trailer shows the character’s default appearance. Fenyx will also unlock gear and armor inspired by Greek mythology. The warrior’s abilities are upgradeable, which will be final to fighting the final Titan.

For those who want to try out Immortals Fenyx Rising before launch can try out a free demo on the Google Stadia now. The free demo will be available until December 21, giving players extra time after the game launches to try out the game.

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Immortals Fenyx Rising launches on December 3 for PC, Google Stadia, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Nintendo Switch.

Published at Sun, 29 Nov 2020 16:55:09 +0000

Sakuna: Of Rice And Ruin Celebrates Over 500,000 Units Sold Worldwide

XSEED Games has announced Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin has sold over 500,00 units across the globe. The milestone includes both digital and physical sales for all platforms. The game was launched on PC, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 on November 10 in North America.

The game’s performance at launch is one of the best for the company. XSEED also announced that the game has largely sold out of its physical copies.

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin was developed by Edelweiss and published by XSEED Games. The Japanese mythology-inspired title stars Sakuna, a spoiled harvest goddess who was banished from her celestial home. Now a resident on Hinoe Island, which is now filled with demons, she has to rediscover her birthright as a daughter of a warrior god and harvest goddess.

Sakuna works with her guardian Tama and a group of outcast humans to take the island back from the demons but also tame the soil. She can weather the elements, fight monsters, plus cultivate rice, which is the source of her power.

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin combines side-scrolling action gameplay along with crafting and rice cultivation. As a harvest goddess, Sakuna’s strength depends on each rice crop. Attributes for each crop, such as aesthetic and flavor, all directly correlate to her combat abilities. Sakuna uses farm tools as weapons. Players can chain heavy, quick, and special attacks to fight while using “Divine Raiment” to grapple distant platforms, evade obstacles, and battle monsters.

Meanwhile, Sakuna’s human friends can help her in unique ways. They can make weapons, armor, and meals using the materials Sakuna brings back from her journeys. If she completes requests for them, they will have more options to benefit the harvest goddess.

XSEED released two versions of the game. The standard edition was launched in both digital and physical form. The Digital Deluxe edition comes with several bonus items. They include a 42-track soundtrack plus a digital art book filled with character illustrations, background art, and more. The bonus content is also available in Japanese and English. Players will have to download the content from Steam and then open the files on their PC.

Kenji Hosoi, Executive Vice President at XSEED Games, stated:

We’ve known that Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin was a special game and would have broad appeal since our first meeting with Edelweiss. The game has been in development for many years, and we’re beyond excited at the reception it has received globally from critics and consumers alike. Thank you to everyone who has accompanied Sakuna and her companions on their journey!

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is now available on PC, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

Published at Sun, 29 Nov 2020 16:25:57 +0000



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