Returnal Survival Guide: Essential Tips & Tricks To Know Before Playing

Returnal, the latest PS5 exclusive from arcade shooter experts Housemarque, might seem like a familiar game initially. With its rougelite structure, traditional third-person action, and creepy atmosphere, it’s easy to think of comparisons and mashups of existing titles like Hades, Control, and Metroid. Like most rouguelites too, Returnal’s fun is found in developing skills through failure, with each run teaching you something new. It can help to go in with a little guidance, especially if you’re finding the opening hours particularly challenging. Here are some tips that will help you get up to speed with Returnal’s pace, and explain some of its more obscure mechanics to save you some time.

For our full thoughts about Returnal, be sure to read our full review. Otherwise, read on and discover our essential tips.

Don’t Stop Moving

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Five Nights At Freddy’s: Security Breach Delayed To Late 2021, Dev Apologizes With Free Game

Five Nights At Freddy’s: Security Breach will be hiding its neon-laden secrets for a bit longer, as series creator Scott Cawthon took to Reddit to confirm the game’s latest delay to “late 2021.”

The game–which was last seen during PlayStation’s February 25 State of Play event–was originally slated for release in late 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced the game into 2021.

“As you all know, Security Breach was originally planned to come out at the end of 2020, but as we kept working on it and kept adding to it, it just kept getting bigger and bigger and needed more time to finish,” Cawthon said in the Reddit post. “And now, again, I’ve made the decision to put more time and money into it to make sure it’s finished properly, and that means a late 2021 release instead of an early 2021 release like I had originally wanted. It

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Finally Worth It, With Plenty Of Room To Develop

Create a sprite and begin it shifting. In the onUpdate function, check if the sprite reaches the edge of the screen. If it does, ship it in the other way.

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Stardew Valley’s Music Gets Lovely Lullaby Remix In Prescription For Sleep Album

The Prescription for Sleep jazz album series, which remixes popular video game soundtracks to make their songs more soothing, is taking on Stardew Valley next.

The 11th release in the Scarlet Moon series, Stardew Valley’s Prescription for Sleep album launches on May 19, 2021, marking the seventh anniversary of the series. GameSpot is happy to be able to announce this album and debut a track, “Winter (Nocturne of Ice).”

The album features performances by Gentle Love, the group comprised of Metal Gear Solid performer Norihiko Hibino on saxophone and Etrian Odyssey’s Ayaki on piano. The album was made in close partnership with Stardew Valley developer and composer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone, who chose all 11 tracks and wrote commentary for the album. ConcernedApe also conducted the interview that users can read in the digital booklet if you buy the album on Bandcamp or iTunes.

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Capcom Arcade Stadium Going Multiplatform In May, Will Add More Games

The retro collection Capcom Arcade Stadium for Nintendo Switch will get more packs of games after the collection comes to more platforms later in May, Capcom has revealed. Currently, the game offers three different retro packs grouped according to different eras of Capcom’s arcade output. While we don’t know what the new games are, or when they’ll be coming, more features are coming to the game to celebrate its multiplatform launch.

Those features include an invincibility mode that allows players to triumph over the games without having to dump virtual quarter after quarter in, as well as a set of display frames for your digital arcade. The invincibility mode and the frames cost $1 each, while each pack of games within Capcom Arcade Stadium cost $15 each, or all three currently available for $40. Capcom Arcade Stadium will come to PS4, Xbox One, and Steam on May 25, along with

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