GTA 5 Heists With A Gamer Grandma And DJ Shaq | Good News Gaming

This week on Good News Gaming, we celebrate the most wholesome streamer around, brohx_, who'll warm your heart with his reaction to being gifted some subs on Twitch. We also talk about Gamer Grandma, Hamako Mori, who runs her own YouTube channel and is preaching the benefits of gaming to the older generation. Not only that, but we ponder which video games we should hold meetings in so we can finally all uninstall Zoom and make work more fun. We talk about Tony Hawk, again, even though it's not really about gaming this time. This time he's just being an exceptionally wholesome lad and making a fan's dreams come true. For more wholesome and funny things from the world of gaming, make sure to watch Good News Gaming every Friday here on GameSpot. If you have a story you think should be featured, leave it in the comments below and it could end up in a future video. In this video: Scoob in GTA Online: /r/funny/comments/gndrpv/jumping_people_dressed_as_scooby_doo_characters/ Wholesome streamer: Red Dead Redemption meetings: Gamer Grandma: /channel/UCc7Ygo3HC1zWJOrtNiwuT3w DJ Shaq: /DJshaqfanacc Dark Souls no look: /DontRachQuit/status/1262866352207003650?s=19 Original Tony Hawk appeal: /@fresh2deaf?source=h5_m Tony Hawk response: /@tonyhawk?source=h5_t #GoodNewsGaming #GameSpot

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    PS5 Event Delayed For A Good Reason | Save State

    Sony delays its PlayStation 5 stream until further notice. We'll be getting more details on Pokemon Sword & Shield's DLC Isle of Armor very soon. Sega's got a big announcement lined up later this week coming from Famitsu magazine. Also, for the next six weeks GameSpot is hosting Play For All, a summer gaming and charity celebration featuring special guests like Alanah Pearce, Troy Baker, Danny O'Dwyer, and many familiar GameSpot faces. All of which are coming together to raise money for Direct Relief in support of those fighting on the frontlines against COVID-19, and Black Lives Matter. Where to donate: Where to watch: #SaveState #GameSpot

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    Play For All Day 1: Tim Sweeney, Giant Bomb, And More

    Welcome to Play For All, a new kind of event hosted by GameSpot. It combines all the in-depth gaming news and reveals you’d expect from E3, with a six-week long charity drive. Today we’re kicking things off with an interview with Epic Games’ Tim Sweeney, as well as joining our friends from Giant Bomb to start raising money for COVID-relief.

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    The Last of Us Part 2's Violence Is Ruthlessly Cold

    We got an extended look at The Last Of Us Part 2 just before launch. Here's Ed Tran's play-by-play of everything that happens in an extended gameplay spoiler-free session. As Sony showed off in its State of Play stream, The Last of Us: Part II is a brutal, violent game. That's part of the point--as Ellie, your quest for revenge in the game is meant to make you more than a little uneasy. We played the portion of The Last of Us 2 that precedes what was shown on the stream, about two hours of the game. Check out the video above for spoiler-free impressions and a preview of what to expect. The level starts with Ellie heading out in search of a particular target for revenge, braving a number of locales and a variety of enemies along the way. There are two factions at work in the chapter: the Scars, a religious group we've seen in previews, and the paramilitary Wolves. The two groups have very different styles of fighting, with the Scars being sneaky and favoring things like bows and melee weapons, as opposed to the rifle-bearing Wolves, who work like modern soldiers. Both groups are a threat to Ellie, but she's deadly as well, with her handy switchblade and an arsenal of weapons she totes around. The section gives a good look at a variety of locales you'll brave, from a forested area with ground cover you can sneak through by crawling, to a destroyed parking garage where Ellie is much more exposed, and a hospital that's also a military outpost. You have lots of options for stealth, as well, and each area can be traversed and escaped without killing every enemy. The chapter also gives a look at other, less violent aspects, including big things like additions to environmental storytelling, and small ones like new mechanics that change how you'll traverse the game. Stay tuned to GameSpot for more coverage of The Last of Us Part II as we approach its June 19 release, and beyond.

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    New Releases - Top Games Out This Month -- June 2020

    New Releases highlights the top new video games coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and this episode takes a look at the whole month of June. There are some big remasters, like SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated and the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection. Meanwhile, Valorant leaves beta for its full release, and the free-to-play Ninjala launches at the end of the month. Last but not least, The Last of Us Part 2 launches soon.

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    Remember When Xbox One Lost the Console War?

    The Xbox One started with one of the worst sales pitches in gaming, but now it’s kind of hard not to love the console. But how did Microsoft make such a critical mistake and, more importantly, how has it turned that into a bright new future? Join Kurt Indovina for this episode of Remember When as he looks back on Xbox One’s bumpy road to a roaring redemption, examining its confusing reveal, troubling rumors, and, of course, Don Mattrick. Kurt also invites fellow GameSpot friend Tamoor Hussain to give some extra insight, and why Phil Spencer was pivotal to making Xbox what it is today. Watch Remember When here: Subscribe to our channel: Follow us! Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: #RememberWhen #Xbox #GameSpot

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    We Find The True Meaning Of Friendship In MK 11's Aftermath DLC | Potato Mode

    Jean-Luc and Ben are back to destroy Mortal Kombat 11's graphics with a special Aftermath expansion-themed episode of Potato Mode! Mortal Kombat 11 has finally received its Aftermath expansion DLC, and brought tons of new content with it. New characters, stages, and story chapters to accompany brand new ways to bring the pain to anyone sitting on the opposite side of the screen as you. A nice surprise was also the return of friendships! Everyone’s favorite humor filled way to humiliate their opponent after defeat is well and alive in MK11! What better way to celebrate all of this new content? Why we are doing a special run-back episode of Potato Mode just to cover it all! Potato mode is our premiere low graphic show where not only do we turn the graphics down all the way, but we take it just a little further. Textures, models, and more will be turned to mush as we fight and friend out way through each of the new stages and check out new fatalities and friendships for Robocop, Fujin, and Sheeva as well as many others. Whose insides will oddly look the most delicious in this second follow up episode of MK11 Potato mode? Mortal Kombat 11’s Aftermath expansion is out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC now!

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    6 Mind-Blowing Recreations In Animal Crossing New Horizons

    We're back with another video that highlights amazing community creations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This week, Persia takes a look at six of her favorite in-game recreations. These recreations run the gamut from video games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Pokemon Gold & Silver to anime like Spirited Away and live-action TV series like Parks and Rec. With a little imagination, the multitude of items, vegetation, landscaping tools, and furniture in New Horizons can be used to transform your island or home into a clever reference to your favorite location or setting from pop culture. All of the recreations that Persia goes over aren't ranked--they're listed out in a random order. We here at GameSpot just want to celebrate some of the cool stuff that the community has created. In GameSpot's Animal Crossing: New Horizons review, Kallie Plagge writes, "New Horizons has a slower pace even than other Animal Crossing games, and at times, that can feel unnecessarily restrictive. But there's still plenty to do, and each of those activities feeds into the next brilliantly for a rewarding and relentlessly cheerful experience. New Horizons certainly came at the right time, and its strengths are particularly comforting right now. I'm as excited to see what random events await me each morning as I am glad to have it during hard times, and that's sure to keep me coming back for the foreseeable future." ZavJ's Spirited away Boiler Room: ruilarryliu's 2008 Olympic scroll: OhSoPrecious16's Parks and Rec Scene: Iggy524's Shibuya Crossing: Hyrule_game's Ocarina of Time Courtyard: hinopika's Pokemon Gold and Silver island:

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    Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Review

    Shang Tsung steals the show in Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath's additional story content, but the expansion doesn't feel like an essential part of the already superb fighting game. Edmond Tran wishes Kano and Shang Tsung were his dads. He spent around 10 hours with Aftermath, completing the story and putting the new characters through their paces online. Code was provided by the publisher.


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