Genshin Impact – Launch Trailer | PS4

Let’s go on an adventure now! Open-world action RPG Genshin Impact available now on PlayStation®4 Worldwide
https://store.playstation.com/?resolve=UP6262-CUSA23681_00-OSRELSIEAGENSHIN In the distant continent of Teyvat, the seven elements — Anemo, Pyro, Electro, Cryo, Dendro, and Geo — converge. Those chosen by the gods are granted Visions, with which they can control the elements in nature. You, a mysterious traveler, are about to embark on epic adventures in this free world. You will master the various elements throughout your journey, during which amazing friends with diverse abilities will join you along the way. Together, you will fight mighty enemies, find your lost kin, and unravel the riddles of the world of Genshin Impact. Get more news about Genshin Impact: Official Site: https://genshin.mihoyo.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Genshinimpact/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GenshinImpact Discord: https://discord.gg/genshinimpact Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Genshin_Imp

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Mini Review: Unrailed! – Take To The Tracks With Friends If At All Possible

A light carriage.

We’ve seen numerous co-op survival games before, but keeping your train alive is certainly a new one. Having seen an early release last year on PC, Unrailed now jumps to Switch for full release. Developed by Indoor Astronaut, it offers a simple premise and you must stop your train from crashing, guiding it to a nearby station. Allowing 2-4 players to join in, Unrailed proves quite enjoyable but ultimately, there isn’t much else to it.

Levels begin with a slow-paced train that gradually edges towards the end of the tracks, taking place within a procedurally-generated world that incorporates a day and night cycle with additional weather effects. To craft new tracks, each location offers trees to chop down and mineable iron deposits. Co-operation between players is key as there’s only one of each tool and materials need packing into your box wagon upon mining. Once packed, crafting happens automatically and all you need to do is pick them up, laying out the track path.

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