Can you believe it’s barely March and there’s already too many video games to play? With the release of The Division and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD in the last week, I’m sure most of you haven’t had much time to keep up with all of the news. Don’t worry, I’m here to help you keep up-to-date on everything that’s going on in the industry. Let’s get right into today’s Gaming Daily, where an unofficial Fallout 4 checklist app shows you all of the Commonwealth, The Division is already suffering from grief problems, Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition‘s price is announced, we get a behind-the-scenes look at Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and Star Wars: Battlefront is introducing Hutt Contracts.
Unofficial Fallout 4 checklist app
Fallout 4 is huge. I mean, you can spend countless hours just simply exploring the Commonwealth, ignoring all of the side-missions and main quests. So, how do you make sure you’ve seen everything the game has to offer? Well, that’s where the awesome people of the internet come into play. Reddit user, Krylosac, has created a desktop app that will give you a checklist of things to do in Fallout 4, including quests and collectibles. There’s even a comprehensive map you can click around to check which area holds which items. Putting this together supposedly took four months. You can check it out on the thread.
Warning: This app is not from Bethesda, so download at your own risk.
That being said, many people seem to be enjoying it. This is a great way of completing everything that you can do in the game before the waves of DLC packs launch.
The Division has a grief problem.
Well, that didn’t take long. Trolls have already found a way to annoy everyone by simply standing in doorways. By doing so, people get stuck in rooms. There is a way of getting around this–or actually through this. According to Reddit users, all you need to do is keep running against the person for a few seconds and you’ll magically phase through. Ubisoft’s game has already dealt with some server issues, so please don’t be that person. No one likes that person.
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition won’t hurt your wallet.
There’s no doubt that Ori and the Blind Forest is one of the best platformers in quite some time. Its gorgeous visuals and difficult platforming has made it a special title that has quickly enamored Xbox gamers. So, I know many of you are looking forward to the Definitive Edition, which will include new skills, locations, story moments, abilities, and music. On March 11, Xbox One owners will be able to download the new edition for $19.99–not too bad. But if you already bought the standard version of the game, you’ll be able to upgrade for a measly $4.99. That’s definitely a steal.
Again, if you haven’t played this game, go play now. Actually, just wait two more days to get the best possible version. You’ll probably rage a couple of times playing through the difficult platformer, but it’s definitely something worth experiencing.
HT: Xbox Wire
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Naughty Dog is releasing several behind-the-scenes videos about the making of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End from March through April. In the first episode that dropped today, several of the ND team members discussed the evolution of their series, and how they’ve incorporated several of the lessons they’ve learned from all of their games (not just the Uncharted titles) into what could be Nathan Drake’s last adventure. It’s a fun way to pass the time while we patiently wait to get our hands on Uncharted 4. Peep the video above.
Star Wars: Battlefront is introducing Hutt Contracts.
Did you originally feel like Battlefront was missing some Hutt in it? Yeah, I did too.
The new batch of paid DLC for the space-shooter will include Jabba’s Palace. But those who refuse to pay the high price tag on the season pass will still get some Hutt lovin’. A YouTube video surfaced on the web (EA has yet to officially announce it) that mentions Hutt Contracts, and that said content will be available free of charge. No information has been shared regarding what this new content is exactly, but I think it’s safe to assume you’ll be doing jobs for Jabba in exchange for rewards.
Check out the trailer above.
Good on EA for continuing their support of this title, despite the hype surrounding the return of this franchise dying down. These sorts of additions give me hope for the series’ future.
That’s it for today, folks. Make sure to keep it here for all of your gaming/nerdy needs. Be on the lookout for our The Division and Hitman reviews. The year is already starting to heat up with some awesome games! Will you guys be upgrading to the Definitive Edition of Ori and the Blind Forest? Are you still playing Battlefront? Let us know in the comments below!
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