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Find out what the Min Min release time is for the latest DLC in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The Min Min fighter DLC is set to arrive in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate today and those looking forward to playing the ARMS character have found themselves wondering just what the Min Min release time is and how to download the new fighter. Here’s what you need to know.

Min Min release time – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Players should see Min Min arriving in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate by 9 p.m. EDT on June 29. This is the usual down time for maintenance for Smash Ultimate, so we should see the new fighter making an appearance around that time. Of course, Nintendo has yet to really give any official statement on when to expect the new DLC, so we’re just making guesses at this point.

Those in the UK and Europe should expect the DLC to become available before or around 2 a.m. GM on June 30 in the UK, at at 3 a.m. CEST June 30 in Europe. Again, these times are just speculation based on past maintenance times for previous DLC fighters, and the new Smash fighter could become available at any time throughout the rest of the day, or even after the usual time.

Min Min release time
Min Min release time

Once Min Min does release, you’re going to need to know how to download the upcoming fighter. To do so, head to the Nintendo eShop and search for Fighters Pass or for the keyword “min”. This should bring up the results that you’re looking for. You can even sort the list of items you’re seeing by Downloadable Content, which will make it even easier to navigate.

Min Min will cost $5.99 as a separate download, but those who purchase the Fighters Pass Volume 2 for $29.99 will get access to Min Min and five other yet-to-be-announced fighters.

Unfortunately, pinpointing the exact Min Min release time is a bit tough. But we do have a good idea of when she might become available thanks to previous releases. Unfortunately, all we can do now is wait for the download to pop up and install the patch when it becomes available.

Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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Pokemon Go July 2020 Community Day Detailed

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Niantic has a ton of events lined up for Pokemon Go this month. Ahead of Pokemon Go Fest 2020, the studio will host another Community Day on Sunday, July 19, and it has now shared some more details about the event.

Much like the last few Community Days, July’s event will run for six hours instead of the traditional three, from 11 AM to 5 PM local time. As previously revealed, this month’s featured Pokemon will be Gastly. Throughout the Community Day, the Ghost Pokemon will appear in the wild much more frequently than usual, and you’ll have a chance to catch a Shiny Gastly.

Niantic also reiterated that this month’s Community Day move will be Shadow Punch. If you can evolve Haunter–Gastly’s evolved form–into Gengar by 7 PM local time (two hours after the Community Day ends), it’ll automatically know Shadow Punch, which it normally cannot learn in Pokemon Go.

On top of that, a few bonuses will be available throughout July’s Community Day. First, eggs will hatch at a quarter of their normal distance. Any Incense that you use will also remain active for three hours instead of the usual 30 minutes, and a special Community Day box containing 30 Ultra Balls, an Elite Fast TM, two Incense, and two Super Incubators will be available to purchase from the in-game shop.

Finally, Niantic will offer a Community Day-exclusive Special Research questline called The Great Gastly during the event. The questline will require a ticket; those will go on sale in Pokemon Go’s in-game shop ahead of the Community Day and cost $1 USD. You can read more details on the game’s official website.

In the meantime, the first set of weekly Pokemon Go Fest challenges goes live this week. If enough players on each team complete the challenges, Niantic will unlock additional Pokemon during Go Fest weekend. The Legendary Kyurem is also making its debut in Pokemon Go this month, and there’s a new batch of Field Research tasks to complete.

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Best Fourth Of July Sales 2020: Games, Cheap Monitors, 4K TVs, And More

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For Americans, Fourth of July weekend is nearly upon us, and while this holiday certainly won’t look like years past–everyone should still be social distancing, after all–we can still enjoy the barrage of online deals that are cropping up from retailers. From GameStop to Best Buy, July 4th sales are now in full swing, offering some remarkably good prices on gaming, tech, and more.

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If you’ve been on the hunt of a new gaming laptop, 4K TV, or gaming mouse, this is a great weekend to pick one up, as we’re seeing discounts on some of the top options from brands like Razer, Samsung, Apple, and Lenovo.

We’ve rounded up some of the best July 4th deals available now below. July 4th is this Saturday, so most of the deals are ending on Sunday or Monday. That means you’ll want to check out everything on offer and grab what you want before the weekend is over; fortunately, we’ve made it easier on you by curating some of the best Fourth of July deals floating around online.

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Discounts on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC games this weekend

Fourth of July weekend is mainly a great time to stock up on tech and accessories, but you’ll find some solid game discounts right now as well. We’ve highlighted a few of the best game deals available this weekend and which platforms they’re for below. For PC gamers, the Steam Summer Sale is also live now, so be sure to see our roundups of the best Steam game deals, best cheap games under $10, and the best PC exclusives on sale on Steam this weekend. Some retailers are also beating Steam Summer Sale prices on PC games.

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GameStop’s Fourth of July sale officially kicked off today, July 2, and runs through July 4. The sale’s biggest draw is a buy two, get one free offer on pre-owned PS4 and Xbox One games, some of which are already discounted, like the Persona 5 Royal steelbook edition for $35.


Save $10 on PS4 and Xbox One wireless controllers

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DualShock 4 and Xbox One pre-owned controllers are going for $40 each today, although they were $30 yesterday in an early-access deal for PowerUp Rewards Pro members. That said, $40 is still a solid price, especially if you just need an extra controller for multiplayer or as a backup. The sale includes a wide range of colors for either controller, so it’s a good opportunity to snag a color you’ve been wanting.


Get 20% off Marvel, Star Wars, and My Hero Academia collectibles

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Funkos, figures, and other collectibles for three mega-popular franchises–Marvel, Star Wars, and My Hero Academia–are getting an extra discount for Fourth of July weekend. You can grab select collectibles from these franchises, like this Star Wars “Encounter on Endor” Funko Pop, for 20% off. For all other toys and collectibles, you can get 15% off when you spend $75 or more or 25% off on $125 or more, so be sure to check out everything on offer.


$1,710 (down from $2,000)

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One of the best gaming laptops we’ve used, the Lenovo Y740, is getting a nice discount in this weekend’s Fourth of July sale. While not as flashy as other gaming laptops on the market, the Lenovo Legion Y740 is an excellent gaming laptop that works well for business users, with large keycaps that curve nicely to fit your fingers. It comes with a 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H processor, 1920 x 1080 Full HD display, 16GB of RAM, and Nvidia Geforce GTX RTX 2070 graphics card.


$220 (down from $300)

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If you’ve been looking at budget gaming monitors, this 27-inch Acer XF FreeSync monitor is a great option for getting into PC gaming and getting work done at home. It features a 1080p resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, and 1 ms response time along with four USB 3.0 ports for connecting devices.


$180 (down from $280)

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If you’re looking to pay a little less and stay under the $200 range, this 24.5-inch HP display will get the job done nicely. It also features a 1080p resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, and 100mm range of motion so you adjust the screen to your comfort level. If you’re OK with a smaller screen size, this HP monitor will suit your needs just fine.


$2,800 (down from $3,500)

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The 2019 15.4-inch MacBook Pro is available for a great price as part of Best Buy’s Fourth of July sale, selling for $2,800 instead of its $3,500 list price. Great for business users, students, and more, this particular MacBook Pro features 9th Gen Intel Core i9 processors with Radeon Pro 560X graphics and an ultra-fast SSD. It also maintains up to 10 hours of battery life for long sessions of use and four Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports.


$600 (down from $900)

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Best Buy’s Fourth of July sale features a fantastic discount on this 65-inch Samsung 4K UHD TV, which is a full $300 off its normal $900 price. The TV has a 2160p resolution and is HDR-compatible; it also includes all the major streaming services and has four HDMI inputs so you can hook up your consoles and more.


$300 (was $400)

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One of our favorite Arcade1Up cabinets is a full $100 off this Fourth of July weekend, selling for $300 for the next couple of days. We wouldn’t wait too long, however, as the last time we saw this cabinet at this price, it sold out before the sale was over. The Golden Tee arcade cabinet features four classic Golden Tee titles, a light-up marquee, and a 12-inch riser to elevate the 17-inch LCD screen. The new Pac-Man Special Edition arcade cabinet, which just released this month, is also $50 off.


$30 (down from $80)

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Logitech’s G502 Hero wired gaming mouse is always a popular option for PC gamers, which is clear from its five-star rating and over 1,600 reviews at Best Buy alone. Plus, you can’t beat its current price of $30; the G502 is normally priced at $80. It delivers precision tracking up to 16,000 DPI, 11 programmable buttons, and five different weights so you can personalize the mouse’s weight to your liking.


$50 (down from $80)

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If you’re in need of a new gaming mouse, one of our favorite options is $30 off right now. The Razer Viper wired ambidextrous gaming mouse with Chroma RGB lighting is on sale for $50 for July 4th, down from its usual $80. Featuring a 16,000 DPI optical sensor for precise aiming and movements, the Razer Viper is lightweight, comfortable, and one of the best gaming mice you can buy. It’s on sale at Amazon now through July 4.


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Released earlier this year, the upgraded Razer Basilisk V2 wired gaming mouse features 11 programmable buttons, customizable scroll wheel resistance, and a 20,000 DPI optical sensor ensuring accuracy and precision. Like the Razer Viper, the Razer Basilisk V2 is lightweight, and it features a comfortable, ergonomic design to fit your hand perfectly. It’s discounted for the first time since its release this weekend at Best Buy.


$85 (was $130)

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Razer’s Fourth of July deals include a 35% off markdown on its Thresher headset for PS4, which will also work with PC and Xbox One. While the Thresher isn’t the best gaming headset on the market, it’s a great budget choice that’s even more worth it for just 85 bucks (normally $130). You have the option to use it wired or wirelessly, and it has lightweight memory foam ear cushions for comfort.


$85 (down from $130) with promo code “july4thewin”

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Already on sale for $100 (normally $130), the Whirlwind FX Element gaming keyboard is available for even cheaper with promo code july4thewin from now until July 6. The additional discount drops your price to just $85, and free shipping is included. The Element keyboard is great if you care about your gaming setup’s aesthetic, as it’s notable for its dynamic RPG lighting and effects. The keyboard is content-reactive, meaning the RGB lighting and effects will reflect what’s happening in the game, which is intended to increase immersion. Whirlwind has a video on its site demonstrating this in action.


$169 (was $200)

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Amazon’s current deal on the Apple Watch Series 3 matches the best price ever for this model, according to CNET. The 38 mm version in Space Gray features a GPS, Retina display, swim-proof protection, an optical heart sensor, the ability to store music and podcasts, and more. It’s a great option for current Apple users.


Save up to 50% on the best party game bundles around

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All six Jackbox Party Packs along with their standalone titles are seeing major discounts during Fourth of July weekend on Steam, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Amazon Fire TVs. From Quiplash and Trivia Murder Party to Tee K.O and Fibbage, these popular party games are super accessible to people who aren’t used to playing video games, as you can join in on practically any device including your phone. And while they were made for couch multiplayer, Jackbox Games has a handy guide for playing them online with friends and family remotely by using Zoom or Google Hangouts (or Remote Play Together if you buy on Steam).


Amazon Prime cardholders get 15% back until July 5

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Amazon Prime cardholders can take advantage of a special offer that gives them 15% cashback on Nintendo Switch Eshop gift cards from now until July 5. Amazon Prime cards also give you 5% cashback on every Amazon purchase and has no annual fee, so it’s absolutely worth having if you shop on Amazon a lot. It ranks on our sister site CNET’s list of the best cash-back credit cards in 2020, so check that out for more info.


$60 (down from $120)

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Let’s be real: The pandemic has forced a lot of us to start cooking at home more, and if you find cooking arduous, a multi-function pressure cooker is a real game-changer. This little machine includes a slow cooker, which lets you easily cook practically anything over several hours in a very hands-off fashion, great for prepping in the morning and enjoying for dinner. You can also cook rice in it, sauté vegetables, steam fish and veggies, and keep food warm in it. And with its 8-quart capacity, there’s enough for the whole family or ample leftovers.

$138.20 (was $238) with promo code “PLUS20”

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Most of us have been spending a lot more time at home these days, and that might have you thinking a lot more about how to keep your home and family safe. The Google Nest outdoor security camera plugs directly into a power source so you don’t have to worry about batteries, and using an app on your phone, you can see everything going on outside your home in 1080p HD. You can currently get the security camera and two wifi smart plugs for $138.20 when you use promo code PLUS20 at checkout as part of Ebay’s July 4th sale. The deal ends July 6.

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Hyper Scape Impressions: Is Ubisoft’s Battle Royale Worth Playing?

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Ubisoft has entered the battle royale arena with the official reveal and technical test for Hyper Scape, and I know what you’re probably thinking: another battle royale? In recent years we’ve seen so many come and go, with a handful that’ve stuck around with healthy player bases and ongoing support. It can be hard to imagine space for another one, but to its credit, Hyper Scape–which Ubisoft has been cooking up for two years–is trying plenty of new things to make it stand out.

I was able to spend about three hours playing Hyper Scape alongside many other media folks prior to the game’s announcement, experiencing full matches and coming to grips with the unique mechanics. And for all that it’s doing differently–the revive system, scouting as a dead player, the oddball-style endgame, and overall pacing–it’s clear that Hyper Scape is leaning heavily into faster, more aggressive play.

In the heat of combat, I’m reminded of playing an arena shooter. My skill sets from the days of Unreal Tournament and Quake came through, because weapons like the Komodo rocket launcher, Salvo grenade launcher, and Skybreaker shock rifle aren’t deadly one-hit shots. Instead, you’re predicting movement patterns for splash damage and landing multiple hits before enemies are taken down. With everyone double jumping, launching off of jump pads, and hopping across rooftops, the action of Hyper Scape isn’t necessarily about pulling up on unsuspecting opponents but beating them in high-flying head-to-head shootouts.

That said, weapon feedback might be one of the weaker aspects of the game. While the weapons function just fine, they don’t feel or sound like they pack much punch or have a distinct impact. Standard weapons like the assault rifle, sniper, and shotgun will take several hits to knock an enemy out, which is understandable for the game’s style, but firing them seems like wielding a peashooter. And when the primary verb of an FPS is to shoot, this shortcoming will certainly be at the forefront.

Many combat scenarios will take place across rooftops with player hopping around in air firing rockets.
Many combat scenarios will take place across rooftops with player hopping around in air firing rockets.

The arena shooter-style dance of Hyper Scape takes place on a map called Neo Arcadia, which is designed as a whole city. You’ll be scouring multilayered buildings and streets for loot and hopping around as you engage in combat. There seems to always be an alley or window to escape through when things get tough, leading to cat-and-mouse types of fights as well. What’s unique about the map is that it’s made up of specific districts, so instead of a circle closing in over time, distinct chunks are closed off as the match progresses. This ensures that players aren’t forced into awkward positions by an indiscriminate danger zone, which lets the map design stay intact as intended.

Where this design philosophy sort of gets lost is in its art style. The sci-fi aesthetic and theme of being a virtualized battlefield works well, but so far, the stylings have made aspects of the game harder to identify. The map uses an urban setting and relies on mostly similar buildings–the lack of distinguishable landmarks became noticeable when I struggled to accurately call out enemy positions or tell my squad where I was retreating to in order to post up away from danger. This extends to identifying loot, which resembles blue-tinted digitized icons that can be hard to decipher–and in heated situations, gearing up becomes more of a chore than it should be.

The loot system itself is much more streamlined than what you might be used to. There isn’t a color-coded tier system for gear or attachments to fiddle with; you simply find an assortment of weapons and abilities (called Hacks) across the map. You can then upgrade them in-match by looting duplicates of the gear you have equipped, which can be done up to four times. Doing so will slightly increase magazine capacity and damage output for guns or shorten the cooldown timers for abilities. In practice, you’ll scavenge for the gear you prefer and then keep an eye out for duplicates–this both simplifies the loot grind while also encouraging you to still be mindful of what’s around you.

Rolled up to the preview event ready to get that W.
Rolled up to the preview event ready to get that W.

Hacks are what would typically be hero powers, but you’ll outfit yourself with whatever you can find during a match. These range from a teleporting dash or temporary invisibility to proximity mines or an area-of-effect heal. A more outlandish option is the Hack that transforms you into a super bouncy ball, which can come in clutch for reaching high-up places fast or getting out of dodge. For my style of play, I found that pairing invisibility with teleportation to be most effective for surprising enemies in combat while also being useful for escaping losing situations. Regardless of which abilities you prefer, Hacks offer a much needed strategic element to the wild, fast-paced firefights in Hyper Scape.

The fast pacing also applies to matches as a whole. Each one I played had about 20 to 25 squads of three, so upward of 60 players. And matches lasted around 15 minutes if I made it to the final phases. If you find battle royales to be drawn out and aren’t fond of the suspenseful aspect of the genre, Hyper Scape might be more in-tune for you.

And even when you die, there’s a reason to stick around. Rather than twiddling your thumbs waiting for a revive or spectating active teammates, you become an invisible entity who can still move around the map. You can’t attack or use abilities, but you can scout for enemies, ping locations, and even watch unsuspecting opponents up close to help your surviving squadmates fight. Respawning is still possible, too. When enemies die, they drop restore points on their location, which act as platforms that let dead players be revived by active teammates. So, to respawn a teammate, you better get a kill (or swoop in on other dead enemy locations). These are crucial strategic elements that Hyper Scape introduces to encourage aggressive play but also keep you invested up until victory or defeat.

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Another key element to Hyper Scape is how it handles the endgame phase of a match. When the map shrinks to its smallest form with a few squads left, a crown will spawn. You can pick up the crown and win the match if you hold onto it for 45 seconds. However, your location is revealed to all remaining players. It’s an exciting feature that ups the intensity of a battle royale’s final moments. Instead of taking pot shots from secure locations or hiding out until the last second, the crown encourages players to get aggressive, again.

My overall takeaway is that Hyper Scape is going for a faster style of battle royale, not just in match length, but in the moment-to-moment gameplay. It also layers on some interesting elements not seen among the competition to round out its arena shooter-style approach, even if it currently comes up short in some regards. It’s fair if you’re burnt out on the genre as a whole, but if you’re up for trying a new battle royale, it’ll be worth giving Hyper Scape a shot.

Keep in mind that Hyper Scape is in its infancy and currently only in a technical test phase. It’ll be a free-to-play game, and will have a free and premium battle pass, cosmetics to earn or buy, and progression mechanics to flesh out once it’s fully released. Ubisoft has indicated that since this is a live service game, more content is planned for the future like new weapons and Hacks, game modes beyond solos and trios in 100-player matches, and bits of story to liven up its world. For now, the tech test is running until July 7 on PC through Uplay. To gain access, you need to watch Twitch streams for the chance to get a key through Twitch drops. There’s no official word on a broader beta phase or full launch date yet.

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