STAR WARS Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy updated to Version 1.0.2

I AM the update

A new update is available for Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, bumping it up to Version 1.0.2. Unfortunately, we have no idea what the update does, as no patch notes have been shared, and it doesn't seem the developer has mentioned anything yet. When we do have info on what the patch changes/fixes, we'll make sure to update this post.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Version 4.0.1 patch on the way

Bug fixes on the way

Nintendo has announced that Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is going to be updated to Version 4.0.1 in the near future. The update will fix the following issues.

- Unable to unlock Deadpool’s costumes
- Insufficient amount of Ability Orbs
- Unable to select Retry in Infinity Mission

Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy's Switch/PC cross-play is a bug, will be fixed in the future

The dark side will be dealt with

Last week, we caught wind of an interesting situation with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. While Switch players don't have any say in the online servers they were joining, PC players can join in with Switch players no problem. This means those on PC who have been playing for countless years, and are also playing with keyboard/mouse controls, can go in and absolutely mop the floor with Switch newcomers. Thankfully, that's not going to be the case much longer.

USGamer reached out to developer Asypr about the cross-play, which they claim is a bug. We also learn that a fix is in the works. Check out Asypr's full comment on the matter below.

We're absolutely thrilled and appreciative of the support that our fan community has given last week's launch of Star Wars™ Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. We are aware of the current bug that allows multiplayer cross play between PC and console. As with every game we work on, we are fully committed to delivering great gaming experiences for players, which includes a fair playing field for all. A remedy for this loophole is now in the works and will be available soon.

Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy players on Switch are getting dropped into servers with PC players, and it's leading to a bloodbath

Anger leads to suffering

Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy just hit the Switch a couple of days ago, and plenty of people are grabbing the game to hop online and relive some of their earlier multiplayer gaming days. I happen to be one of those people! I also happened to get my ass handed to me online, and now I know why.

While players on Switch can't specify which servers they want to join, players on PC can. That means anyone playing on PC can connect to Switch servers and absolutely dominate. We're talking about people who have been playing Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on PC for years now, and they're dropping into Switch games and wiping the floor with everyone. Even if you're an experienced player, you're still going up against someone with keyboard and mouse support, which is definitely the way this game was intended to be played.

Furthermore, people playing on PC are able to use cheats and hacks to get yet another leg up on the Switch competition. I honestly doubt that anything is going to be done about this, but I hope I'm wrong. Consider this a word of warning for anyone who was planning to get this game on Switch for the multiplayer. You'll be in for a very tough fight!

Gigantosaurus: The Game - more gameplay footage

Rocky, Tiny, Mazu and Bill have scary problems – like the meteor that’s blocked up Giganto’s volcano! Only you and your dino friends can dare to solve puzzles and save the day – but you might need Giganto’s powers too! And the end of each story is the start of a super rally to the next zone. Will you be the most roarsome adventurer or the fastest racer?

Disney Jr’s ‘Gigantosaurus: The Game’ Launches Today With Roarsome 4 Player Family Fun

Roaring onto Switch today

Leading animation entertainment company Cyber Group Studios, worldwide family entertainment publisher Outright Games™ and Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe are thrilled to announce that “Gigantosaurus: The Game” is now available to play on Playstation® 4, Nintendo Switch™, Xbox One and Steam priced at £39.99

Families can join in on the fun together, side by side, with 1-4 player action across prehistoric, vibrant worlds, epic racing levels, puzzles and challenges all showcased today in a brand-new launch trailer

Developed by Wildsphere Studios, “Gigantosaurus: The Game” is an all new ROARsome adventure based on the world of the hugely popular CGI animated show “Gigantosaurus”. The series is currently airing its 1st season on Disney Junior worldwide. Season 2 and 3 have been commissioned by The Walt Disney Company, France Télévisions and Super RTL. The first season will also air on Netflix and on major international networks throughout 2020.

“Gigantosaurus: The Game” allows players to explore and race across the vast, prehistoric world of Gigantosaurus in a one-of-a-kind dinosaur adventure. Play as your favourite dino buddies from the show – Rocky, Tiny, Mazu, and Bill – as they discover secrets, solve puzzles and save the day.

“Gigantosaurus” the animated series is based on Jonny Duddle’s bestselling book. Directed by award-winning director Olivier Lelardoux, the series takes preschoolers on exciting comedy-filled adventures as our dino heroes leave their nests and explore the big, wide world beyond. Each episode centres around discovering the mystery of “Gigantosaurus” – the biggest, fiercest dinosaur of all. As the inquisitive Mazu, playful Tiny, timid Bill, and courageous Rocky aim to learn more about Gigantosaurus, they face their fears, work together and discover that they each have something to learn from him, too!

“We have always been committed to creating the highest quality video games possible and ensuring they tie-in expertly to the story-world of the source material,” said Terry Malham CEO of Outright Games. “With “Gigantosaurus: The Game” this process has been easier than ever as Cyber Group Studios has been able to create a title that mirrors the world of the books and TV show perfectly.”

“We have had high aspirations for this title from the beginning and wanted to ensure we captured the magic of our premier animated show,” commented Thierry Braille, Vice President Interactive and Videogame Division and Dominique Bourse COO Cyber Group Studios. “Working with Outright Games has allowed us to create something truly special that the whole family can enjoy together at home. With the launch of our first ever video game we now have the opportunity for a brand-new audience to experience the world of Gigantosaurus for the first time ever.”

“Gigantosaurus: The Game” is available now worldwide to buy on PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch™, Xbox One and Steam.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order "Shadow of Doom" DLC's secret character has been revealed


Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order's Shadow of Doom DLC just launched yesterday, and people have already run through to see what it offers. While we had an idea of the content and characters, we also know that there would be a sixth playable character to unlock by completing Ultimate mode. As long as you don't mind spoilers, you can hit the jump to see who it is.

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order "Pack 3: Fantastic Four: Shadow of Doom" DLC launch trailer

Welcome to your Doom!

It’s Doctor Doom vs. Marvel’s first family when the MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order Expansion Pass – Pack 3: Fantastic Four: Shadow of Doom launches for the Nintendo Switch game today. The new pack adds the Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom as playable characters as they fight through a new story campaign. The Expansion Pass, which also includes Pack 1 and Pack 2, can be purchased for $19.99.

Star Wars Episode I: Racer "launching soon" on Switch

Now THIS is pod racing

Nintendo casually announced that Star Wars Episode I: Racer is making its way to Switch sometime soon. The N64 classic was already getting a reprint from Limited Run Games, but that's an actual N64 cartridge. If you don't have an N64 laying around, you can look forward to revisiting this title on the Switch. We'll bring you full details once they become available.

Canadian Switch eShop listing confirms Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy as launching on March 26th, 2020

Buy it, you must

A few days back, we caught word of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy potentially launching for Switch on March 26th, 2020. The info came from a listing for the PS4 version, but now we have confirmation on the Switch version as well.

A listing on the Canadian eShop shows Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy as releasing tomorrow, and it'll be priced at $20. This version of the game will support online multiplayer for up to 16 players.


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