We Are Never Getting This Chrono Trigger Sequel And Now I’m Sad

Look at this trailer. Look at this game. It’s gorgeous. It’s also never coming out.

Simon S. Anderson, creator of Owlboy and one hell of a pixel artist, tweeted a mock up for a hypothetical Chrono Trigger sequel entitled Chrono Break.

It looks fantastic, but unfortunately we’ll never get to play it. If the pixel art impresses you, go play Owlboy if you haven’t already. Seriously. Go play it. Now.

Owlboy is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Mass Shooting at Jacksonville Madden Tournament

A gunman opened fire at a Madden Championship Series even in Jacksonville, Florida earlier today. The shooting occurred at the Jacksonville Landing complex at the qualifying event for the Madden 19 tournament at GLHF Game Bar.

According to Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams, three were found dead at the scene, including the gunman, who had committed suicide. Nine other victims were transported to local hospitals, seven of which had gunshot wounds. The victims “are all in a stable condition at this time”, added Williams. One participant and member of esports group Complexity Gaming, Drini Gjoka, tweeted that a bullet had hit his thumb. Another attendee tweeted that a bullet had grazed his head and he had been taken to a hospital.

The suspect has been identified as 24 year old David Katz from Baltimore. His home is currently being investigated by police. Katz was a known figure in the competitive scene and was registered to play in this weekend’s event.

Electronic Arts put out a short statement across two tweets.

““We are aware of an incident at a sanctioned Madden Championship Series competition in Jacksonville. We are working with authorities to gather facts at this stage. This is a horrible situation, and our deepest sympathies go out to all involved.”

The event was being streamed live on Twitch, and there is a clip of the shooting available. WARNING: the follwing clip is extremely disturbing.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will continue to provide updates on its twitter feed.

What’s With This Giant Cube in Fortnite?

Epic is being weird again.

Yesterday, lightning started striking cacti in the desert section of the map. Players reported these strikes happening at regular intervals, but the lightning kept coming faster and faster. One huge final bolt of lightning hit, and it left something.

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This is now the latest piece in the puzzle that is Fortnite’s season by season narrative. The purple cube is located just outside of Paradise Palms. Nobody knows what it is or what it’s for or who sent it, but Fortnite players have discovered one key trait the cube seems to possess: it’s bouncy.

Like usual, this event will only get more complicated as the season comes to an end, but until then you can go see the cube yourself. Just be sure to thank the bus driver on your way down.

Be Sure to Thank Your Battle Bus Driver Today in Fortnite

Epic just added a groundbreaking feature which is sure to shake up the battle royale landscape. You can now thank your bus driver in Fortnite Battle Royale.

A popular change.org petition entitled “Add the ability to thank the bus driver before jumping out of the battle bus in Fortnite” has now become a reality. All you need to do is press down on the d-pad on console or the B key on PC to show your gratitude.

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Now this is quality content.