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Check out our Mega Man X Playthrough!

New Episodes of Mega Man X are here!

Check out episodes 1-6 of Tommy and Nick’s Mega Man X playthrough from our official Youtube Channel!

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Episode 3:

Episode 4:

Episode 5:

Episode 6:

Will we beat the levels and their respective bosses? Watch to find out!

Episode 2 of the Wind Waker HD is up on Cube Command!

Nick gets something done for once.

Nick, Tommy, and Tia continue to play through The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Watch as Nick leaves the comfort of his home as he explores the higher parts of Outset Island. The real question is if he can handle rope bridges.

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New Classic Sonic Footage from Sonic Forces

A showcase of the second gameplay style.

SEGA has just released new footage of their upcoming multi-platform game Sonic Forces. It features the returning character Classic Sonic racing through Green Hill Zone, except the stage bears some new aesthetics. The sparkling water has been replaced with flowing falls of sand and the badniks have received some futuristic upgrades.

Classic Sonic retains his spin dash, as usual, and appears to play exactly like his incarnation from 2011’s Sonic Generations. Classic Sonic will be one of the three gameplay styles offered in Sonic Team’s high speed platformer. The other two styles will be playable through Modern Sonic and an unannounced third character. SEGA has stated that this mystery character will be unveiled at E3 2017.

The video comes from the Sonic The Hedgehog Official Youtube Channel.

Sonic Forces releases for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and PC during Holiday 2017. Will you be picking it up when it hits shelves? Let us know in the comments!

Subscribe to the Cube Command Youtube Channel!

Cube Command now has an official Youtube Channel! The Cube Command channel is a gameplay channel that features Tommy, Tia, and Nick playing an assortment of different video games. There is no concrete upload schedule yet, but we will try our best to keep the uploads constant. The first videos to be uploaded will be archived Dual Weapons Gaming videos that are being moved from Tommy’s channel, TomAntio. TomAntio will continue to exist alongside Cube Command and work with it, sporting its unboxing videos and scripted content. Cube Command will be the main gameplay channel.

Go ahead and check us out! Don’t forget to subscribe to Cube Command on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeAYg4e_8V1AG_MwNCzs8Bw

The first episode of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD playthrough is up:

The Cube Command Podcast will soon resume its installments as well. Stay tuned!

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Announced

DLC that no one saw coming.

Naughty Dog recently revealed a shocking surprise at the Sony Playstation Experience 2016. They are currently developing a DLC spinoff of Uncharted 4: A Theif’s End called Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

The Lost Legacy will take place after the events of Uncharted 4, and will star Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross instead of the iconic Nathan Drake from previous entries. This is due to Naughty Dog stating that Nathan Drake’s story is done. So it makes sense that any future installments in the franchise will center around faces new to the spotlight.

The trailer shows Nadine and Chloe taking part in traditional Uncharted gameplay. The story will feature the two of them searching India for a treasure called the Tusk of Ganesha. It will mostly be set around Chloe, with a different tone than Drake’s adventures. According to the game director Kurt Margenau, Chloe will also feature “her own fighting style” that is less “brawly” than Drake’s.

As for the levels, Margenau describes them as “wide-linear”, much like regular Uncharted fashion. He added that it will actually be “going a little more wide”, with a lot a driving sections.

This DLC/Spinoff will most likely be PS4 exclusive, seeing as the last game was. It will be available in 2017, but no concrete release date was specified.

Uncharted 4‘s creative director, Shaun Escayg, stated that if “you picked up Uncharted 4 Digital Deluxe Edition or the Explorer’s Pack, you’ll get Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as a download at launch.” He also stated that those two versions will only be available until December 13, 2016. If you want that deal, you’d better act fast.

Are you excited about this surprise spinoff? Let us know in the comments! Also, be on the lookout for Episode 2 of the Cube Command Podcast, coming this week.

Playstation 4 Slim Unboxing on ThatGuyAntio

A new video on my channel.

I realize that the release of the Playstation 4 Slim was two months ago, but this video took longer than I thought it would to make. Plus, there was my Pokemon Moon Unboxing and the first episode of the Cube Command Podcast to start to make, so I’ve had my hands full. So here’s my unboxing for Sony’s updated PS4 console, the PS4 Slim!

The Slim should run a lot smoother and quieter than its predecessor, and so far, it’s great! I’m enjoying every second I use it. The updated controller feels comfortable, and the light bar isn’t too much of a problem for me. I usually don’t pay attention to the controller when I play, and the sliver of light they added to the top of the controller is very small and at times unnoticeable. And yes, the PS4 is runs pretty silently, compared to the other consoles on the market. In my opinion, if you want a quiet, current-gen console that is a lot easier on the wallet than the recently released PS4 Pro, the PS4 Slim is a great option.

If you enjoyed the video, go ahead and subscribe to ThatGuyAntio on Youtube where you can find more gaming videos!

Also, check out my previous unboxing on Cube Command! Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter: @ThatGuyAntio!

Pre-Black Friday Deals from Gamestop: Get $50 Off 1TB Xbox One S

Early deals for gamers.

Before Black Friday hits on Friday, November 25, Gamestop has announced that they will have some tempting Pre-Black Friday deals that will be available on November 22-23. Which means that they start today.

To start the event off, Gamestop has shaved off a good $50 off the 1TB Xbox One S system, as well as $20 off the Samsung Gear VR. This brings the 1TB Xbox One S to $250 and the Samsung Gear VR to $80. If you’re the owner of a samsung phone and looking for a cheap entry into the world of VR, this is your chance.

During the event, anyone can enjoy 50% extra credit when trading in items. Gamestop also included that anyone is eligible for “Free Value Shipping” on orders over $35. One would assume that this would be for online orders.

These, among others, are the Pre-Black Friday deals which start today. Make sure you catch them while they’re out. Gamestop’s actual Black Friday deals start November 25 and include many of these deals above, including Overwatch for $35 and the Xbox One S for $250 (you can also nab a PS4 for the same price). On Friday, Gamstop will also be offering a Buy Two Get One Free for all pre-ownded products. On the subject of trade credit, you will still get extra, but only 20% more instead of 50%.

For more about Gamestop, they recently announced earlier in the year that they will accept retro trade-ins and will sell them online. Be sure to visit Cube Command for more gaming news!

Just a Pokemon Moon Unboxing

A look at the new release!

Pokemon Sun and Moon were released on Firday, November 18. I was able to pre-order a copy of Moon so I could make this little unboxing video. It’s me opening the case and taking a look at the cartridge. Check it out!

(In case you’re wondering where the unboxing for Sun is, there is none. Simply put, I didn’t buy one. There is a shot of my sister’s open copy at the end of the video, though.)

Are you enjoying the new installments of Pokemon so far? Check ou more Pokemon news, including the rumor of a Nintendo Switch game, Pokemon Stars, right here on Cube Command! Also, listen to the first episode of the Cube Command Podcast: Nintendo Switching Gears, where I analyze the Nintendo Switch reveal! Episode 2 is on the way.

Rumor: Pokemon Stars Coming to Nintendo Switch

Another Pokemon title to look forward to?

With the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon in full peak, a curious new rumor has emerged regarding Pokemon’s presence on the upcoming Nintendo Switch. According to Eurogamer, it seems that GameFreak is developing a new, upgraded version of Pokemon Sun and Moon called Pokemon Stars.

The new entry will reportedly be a third version, similar to how the Pokemon games were structured before Pokemon Black/White/B2/W2. It will be on the Nintendo Switch and “feature the same map – the same routes and cities – and the same art style, although be built using separate, higher-resolution assets,” according to the report. Pokemon can also be traded between the 3DS and Switch versions through Pokemon Box. GameFreak may also be creating new features and Pokemon for the new entry.

The inclusion of a third entry in the Alola region would be a welcome return to form for the franchise, since the last entries to do this were Pokemon Diamond/Pearl and eventually Platinum. Pokemon Black/White had full-fledged sequels and Pokemon X and Y never saw the release of a third entry, going directly to the Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire remakes (OmegaRuby and Alpha Sapphire, respectively).

For those of you reconsidering purchasing Sun/Moon, the rumored Pokemon Stars will reportedly not be available at Summer 2017 at the earliest, with the possibility of being delayed further. So if you’re excited to jump into the Alola region, go ahead and nab a copy of Pokemon Sun and Moon.

GameFreak did announce before that they had a Pokemon title in development for the Nintendo Switch (referred to at the time as the NX). Pokemon Stars may very well be that game. It would certainly be a much-needed launch title for Nintendo’s next system.

What do you think of an upgraded version of Sun and Moon? Are you enjoying Pokemon Sun and Moon, which released today? For more on the new Pokemon titles, check out Cube Command’s coverage of the starter Pokemon’s reveal trailer. Additionally, you can read Cube Command’s summary of the Nintendo Switch reveal.

Don’t forget to check out the first episode of the Cube Command Podcast: Nintendo Switching Gears, where I analyze the Switch reveal trailer and what it means for the future of the Big N.