Capcom seems to be teasing Tekken 8

Capcom have released a teaser for…well, something Tekken related, although exactly what is open to interpretation. The brief trailer, shown yesterday at Evo 2022, replays the moment from Tekken 1 in which Kazuya Mishima drops his father’s body off a cliff, before cutting to a much more modern looking Kazuya and the simple invocation: “GET READY”.

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Sony’s Yoshida Randomly Retweets A Post About The Legend Of Dragoon Remake

There is plenty to be discussed about the joy of playing old-school adventures and what the majority of players may expect from them as they navigate well-known combat and puzzles. There are several games out there that enthusiasts would like to see remastered, even though it has been centuries since the original release, ranging from […]

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Street Fighter 6 announces newcomer Kimberly and the return of Juri

Capcom have announced a pair of characters who will be squaring up to battle in Street Fighter 6. A trailer premiered at Evo showed off the moves of returning brawler Juri and newcomer Kimberly.

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Five Games Rapidly Gaining Popularity on Loco

Livestreaming platform Loco is home to some of the biggest streamers in South Asia and the content creators on the platform are looking to diversify their content. While titles like GTA 5, Free Fire, and Valorant continue to dominate viewership, there are other titles that are creeping up in popularity. Here are five rising games that are rising through the ranks in Loco and you should keep an eye out for them if you love watching variety content.

Fall Guys

Fall Guys

Fall Guys currently has three million views on Loco and the game’s recent free-to-play update has definitely contributed to the game’s success. Unlike other popular titles like Valorant and Free Fire, Fall Guys was a paid game that put a barrier to entry for players who did not want to invest in the game. But since the game went free-to-play, Fall Guys managed to hit the 50 million player mark in just two weeks.

The game is picking up pace in Loco and a lot of streamers are giving it a try. Some of the appeal of the game comes from Takeshi’s Castle, a popular Japanese game show that a lot of 80s and 90s kids grew up watching in India. It was essentially one of the first battle royales, but in real life. Fall Guys offers a similar experience in a video game format.

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While soccer (association football) may not share the same amount of popularity as Cricket in India, there is no dearth of hardcore fans of the sport. It is estimated that over 3.5 billion out of the 7.96 billion people in the world are soccer fans and it looks like there are quite a few soccer fans on Loco as well. India had also qualified for the FIFAe Nations cup which helped boost the popularity of the title in the recent past.

Currently, a lot of content creators stream FIFA Ultimate Team matches, tournaments, and more. With Electronic Arts (EA) and FIFA severing ties with each other for future FIFA games, it is unknown if fans will lean towards FIFA’s own game or if they will continue to play EA’s offerings.

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Ludo King

Ludo is a strategy board game that needs no introduction. A lot of children grew up playing Pachisi/Ludo, in India. The game was created in India in the sixth century and the game has even been mentioned in the epic “Mahabharata”. Ludo King is one of the most popular games that brings the popular board game to a digital format and a lot of gamers in Loco like watching the game.

Currently, Ludo has gained over 2.4 million views on Loco and the digital version of the game has grown more popular over time due to COVID-19 preventing friends from coming together and playing face-to-face. It’s great to see a game that has been around for centuries being brought to life in a digital format, and still being enjoyed by players who grow up around modern video games.

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Apex Legends

Apex Legends

Apex Legends currently has over 760 thousand viewers and it might grow in popularity. Unlike a lot of other popular games that see player counts see a decline over time, Apex Legends has been an exception to the rule. Every season, the game seems to break its peak concurrent player count and with Season 14 around the corner, it might repeat history once again.

Apex Legends is unique in the battle royale genre because there is no other game that can replicate its advanced movement. While all other competitors play it safe and offer a tried-and-tested FPS experience, Apex Legends allows you pull off crazy movement maneuvers and pull off flashy players if you are willing to invest the time into the game. The game is gaining popularity on Loco and the recent release of Apex Legends Mobile may draw even more viewers to the category over time.






Love it or hate it, Fortnite continues to dominate the battle royale space. The game has collaborated with everything under the sun from Marvel to DC to even pop star Ariana Grande. The game receives frequent content updates and Epic Games has managed to strike a goldmine with Fortnite. On Loco, the game has over 860,000 viewers and it is gaining popularity since the inception of the platform.

The game is available on PC, console, Switch and mobile and it offers full cross-play support, making it accessible for players who have friends on other platforms. The colorful visuals and constantly evolving gameplay has drawn a lot of attention since the game’s release and there are quite a few streamers on Loco willing to give the game a shot and stream it regularly.

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There are other notable games that are gaining traction on Loco as well. Games like Minecraft and Among Us are rising in popularity and the platform also has its fair share of AAA game streamers who stream the latest games from the biggest studios.

Loco Creates Record With 100 Million Viewers During BGMI Master Series 2022

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Rust August Features Enhanced Lighting, More Rail Features, And Other Changes

The CEO of Bandai Namco stated that Blue Protocol should be anticipated soon after this year. Now that Hiroshi Yoshida is the company’s general manager, I once again formally opted to certify the same. It is now evident that Bandai Namco is overhauling its online division, but only if the reason for such a decision […]

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Free Fire Battle Capsule Event brings new in-game items and rewards

Following the 5th-anniversary event schedule in Free Fire, many web events are released in the game and players are accumulating dozens of exciting rewards for free. The ongoing 5th-anniversary celebration will continue till 13 September, so users have enough to explore the events and claim the rewards. Players can get a new M4A1 skin for free, but they must play the game and finish several objectives to win the main prize, which is the gun skin. A new Battle Capsule web event has been added in Free Fire with the simultaneous launch of the 5th-anniversary event.

Free Fire Battle Capsule Event rules

Players have to complete the given mission to collect AP tokens and claim the special M4A1 Sterling Furtunetic skin along with more rewards. Players can follow the Battle Capsule event rules to claim the rewards.

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Complete all the corresponding missions of the weapon to light up the card or box.  A new weapon becomes available for illuminating at 4 AM every day. Players need to light up all the boxes, a total of seven cards to claim the grand prize: M4A1 skin for free. Alongside many extra small rewards can be claimed during this process. The Battle Capsule Event features exciting rewards

Here is the list of the rewards for each card:

Card 1: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited M1887- Xtreme Adventure skin, and Scan. Card 2: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited UMP- Justice Fighter skin, and Leg Pockets. Card 3: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited MP5- Cyber Bounty Hunter skin, and Bonfire. Card 4: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited AC80- Golden Roar skin, and Armor Crate. Card 5: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited AWM- Xtreme Adventure skin, and Pet food. Card 6: Complete it to get x3 AP tokens, Time Limited Groza-Freat Plunder skin, and Pixelated Staircase. Card 7: Complete it to get M4A1- Sterling Furturnetic skin, Famas- Loose Cannon skin, and Time Limited Fol Royale Voucher.

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The gun has some powerful features that make it potentially superior in long-range and medium-range combats. The skin improves the gun’s damage and range. Apart from that, players must collect AP tokens as much as they can because these tokens can be later used in the upcoming capsule events.

Related – 10 Best Gun skins you should try to get in Free Fire

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How Tall Are The Ninja Turtles?

I walked past a tortoise today while walking the dog, and found myself wondering ‘how tall are the Ninja Turtles?

I know it’s not a turtle, but you don’t tend to get many of those in Yorkshire, UK.

I mean, think about it (which I do often) – the TMNT walk around in sewers, right? How tall are the sewers?

Do they bang their heads, do they have to stoop? Are they actually the size of small dogs and April O’Neil is just really far away all of the time?

These are the questions we all need to be asking ourselves on a regular basis.

Just like when I found the answer to how fast is Sonic the Hedgehog, discovering the heights of the Ninja Turtles has changed my life for the better.

It’s up to you whether you believe that or not…

So, just how tall are the Ninja Turtles? Find out below!

How Tall Are The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

Heroes in a half shell, turtle power! (I know you had to sing the whole song, so I thought I’d wait until you’d finished.

The turtles sizes haves changed over the years, with the characters moving from around 3-4 foot tall in the early comics and growing as the cartoon series and films have advanced.

Now, they’ve grown to sit between 4′ 7″ and 6′ 0″.

Whether that’s due to pizza intake or just because it looks better on films, I don’t know. One thing is for certain though; if they carry on at this rate of growth, they’ll be 10-foot-tall before we know it!

The sizes below are in reference to the TMNT film ‘Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’.

Get ready to have your mind blown!

How Tall Is Donatello?

Donatello from the Ninja Turtles is 5 foot 3 inches tall.

Considering you can pick a normal turtle up in your hands, that’s a pretty ginormous transformation!

Donatello wields his famous staff and is probably the most centred, sensible member of the group.

If you’ve seen our Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shredders Revenge review, then you’ll also know that he’s one of the best for attacking safely from a distance.

Smart guy, that Donatello!

How Tall Is Raphael?

Raphael is the tallest turtle, sizing up at 6 feet tall.

That means that he’s as tall as me. A turtle the same size as me wielding daggers… it doesn’t really bear thinking about, does it!

Raphael, sometimes just called Raph by his closest friends (not me, don’t worry) is the second oldest turtle. He and Leonardo often get in spats with each other, but they usually pull together when duty calls.

How Tall Is Leonardo?

Leonardo stands at 5 foot 5 inches tall.

He’s a little smaller than his younger brother Raphael, though that doesn’t stop him from pulling rank as the oldest turtle in the pack.

And, when you’re wielding duel katanas, it doesn’t really matter how tall you are, does it?

How Tall Is Michelangelo?

Michelangelo is the smallest of the Ninja Turtles with a height of 4 foot 7 inches tall.

I guess it makes sense that the smallest turtle is also the most mischievous. He’s the turtle with the most skill but just doesn’t like to try. Rather than training, he just wants to skate and eat pizza.

I think we all feel a little like Mikey every now and again.

And that’s a wrap!

Now, when someone says ‘how tall are the Ninja Turtles’, you can answer unequivocally that you know their heights from 2022 and how much they’ve grown over the years.

Both physically, and as people… turtles… you get the idea.

Don’t forget to check out other TMNT related articles before you head off. Take a look at our best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys and our best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games!

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Keyforge’s Return Starts on Gamefound This Fall

Keyforge’s return to the tabletop will kick off with a crowdfunding campaign next month. Ghost Galaxy announced plans to launch a Gamefound campaign to fund the production of Keyforge: Winds of Exchange, a new expansion for Keyforge and the first new product for the game after a substantial absence. Winds of Exchange will introduce a brand new House, a new Token mechanic, and bring back the popular Houses Mars and Brobnar. In addition to the Winds of Exchange expansion, the Gamefound campaign will also fund production of a new Starter Set, giving players a new entry point for the re-launched game.

Keyforge is a card game that involves unique algorithmically-generated decks, which comprise of cards from three Houses. Players purchase the pre-made decks and use them in battles to be the first to craft three Keys. Unlike other card games, Keyforge doesn’t involve deckbuilding at all – the strategy of Keyforge comes in learning the strategies and synergies found in each deck.

Keyforge was originally published by Fantasy Flight Games back in 2018. In 2021, the company announced that Keyforge would go on hiatus due to an issue with the algorithm needed to produce each unique deck. Earlier this year, Ghost Galaxy, a company founded by FFG’s former owner and founder Christian Petersen, announced they had purchased the rights to Keyforge with plans to re-launch the game.

Explaining the need for a crowdfunding campaign, Ghost Galaxy explained that they would use the campaign to judge interest in the game after its extended hiatus. “The Gamefound campaign allows us to gauge whether the support of the player base is as robust as hoped when we acquired the game,” the company explained in a blogpost. “It will help us fund the important work of recreating the deck-generation software engine, facilitate the transition of the “Master Vault” database and player-accounts, and–of course-allow us to gauge proper demand for a product like “KeyForge: Winds of Exchange” so that we may produce the product in sensible quantities.”


The Gamefound campaign for Keyforge: Winds of Exchange will launch this September. The preview page for the campaign can be found here.

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Warhammer 40,000 Tabletop RPG Announced

Cubicle 7 has announced a new Warhammer 40,000 tabletop RPG, in which players will play as average citizens of the Imperium of man. Warhammer 40,000: Imperium Maledictum is a new game in which players serve a patron and investigate various dangers within the Macharian Sector. While the Warhammer 40,000: Wrath and Glory RPG (also published by Cubicle 7) is focused on high-octane combat similar to that seen in Warhammer 40,000 game, Imperium Maledictum is a more pulp-style game similar to the Eisenhorn books or other Black Library tales that focus on the common folk within the Empire of Man. Players won’t be playing as a Space Marine in Imperium Maledictum, but they could serve an Inquisitor or a member of the Ecclesiarchy.

Imperium Maledictum uses a d100 system and serves as a spiritual successor to Dark Heresy, the 2008 tabletop roleplaying game first published by Black Industries and later by Fantasy Flight Games. Over the course of the game, they’ll be given missions by their patron and work to grow their personal influence to help break through the crippling bureaucracy and rigid rules of the Imperium.

Initially, Cubicle 7 will release a core rulebook for Imperium Maledictum that details the Macharian Sector and provides players with patrons to serve and enemies to face. Future books will focus on specific factions within the Empire, and provide more options for vehicles and weapons to use during their campaign.


No specific release date has been announced for Warhammer 40,000: Imperium Maledictum, although an interview with Polygon indicates that the new RPG will be released in the fall “at the earliest.” In the meantime, Warhammer 40K fans can also check out Warhammer 40,000: Wrath & Glory, which is available on Cubicle 7’s website.

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KartRider Rush+ hosts collaboration with the world-famous Formula E racing league

Nexon-published mobile racing game KartRider Rush+ announced a brand new collaboration with the renowned electric car racing circuit ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, or Formula E for short, today. With this collaboration comes a wave of content that includes the likes of a brand new kart to purchase, cosmetic items, and three new tracks to race upon as well. First, let’s go over all these additions. The new cart titled the GEN 2 is a speed race kart that players will be able to buy until Thursday, September 1st. This cart is modelled after the Formula E real-world cars, and attempts to emulate the same sort of style as well as actual mechanics as its real-world counterpart. On top of this, players can collect Formula E shards during the extent of this event and use those to purchase the Formula E Plate, a permanent cosmetic, as well as Formula E Balloons. You’ll earn these shards by racing on those three new WKC Tracks, which will be open until Friday, August 19th. … [MORE]

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