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‘Fall Guys’ Fan Made Skins Are Taking Over the Internet



Fall Guys– Mediatonic’s indie obstacle course themed battle royale game- has taken the world by storm since releasing last week, becoming something of a viral sensation in the process. With this popularity, you can bet that the fan content is being produced faster than can be kept up with. Due to the various skins that you can equip for your Fall Guy in-game, one of the most popular fan creations is costumes. Let’s take a look at some of the awesome skins that the fans have created.

Sans- Undertale

Twitter user and illustrator KalaSketch made this fantastic Sans skin from Toby Fox’s smash hit Undertale. This one looks like it could fit right into the Fall Guys world as Sans has a similar short and stubby body type. The one glowing blue eye and the pink slippers are my favourite elements of this one. Make it happen, Toby.

Monkey D. Luffy- One Piece

The popular anime One Piece is the next franchise to attract a fan made Fall Guys skin. Dae Visuals on Twitter showed off his FallGuys x One Piece skin complete with straw hat and sandals. More anime Fall Guys skins please.

Ghost of Tsushima

Another video game crossover, this fan art combines two of the most popular video games so far this year- Fall Guys and Ghost of Tsushima. The artwork- made by Twitter user MarwaYsn– has great attention to detail in the samurai costume. Hell yeah to ninja Fall Guys.

Thanos- Avengers

Well known artist Boss Logic tweeted his take on a Fall Guys skin with this Thanos x Fall Guys crossover. The artwork includes the Infinity Gauntlet- perfect for erasing fellow Fall Guys from existence- as well as that infamous purple chin. Thanos Fall Guy is a cheeky little maniacal tyrant for sure.

Demogorgon- Stranger Things

Graphic design artist Alexander Neusinger showed off this brilliant take on a Fall Guys skin on his Dribbble page. The skin puts the adorable Fall Guy into the skin of the terrifying Demogorgon from the Netflix show Stranger Things. Complete with open face and layers of spiky teeth, the Demogorgon skin could be a great addition to the game around Halloween time if Stranger Things were to team up with Fall Guys like they did with Dead by Daylight.


ZetillaReturns on Twitter created a fan skin of everyone’s favourite internet sensation Shrek. This would only increase the memes honestly and I am here for that.

Crash Bandicoot

This fan art is a hilarious nod to that odd Crash Bandicoot Suit Guy from the old commercials back in the 90’s. LuchosFactory on Twitter perfectly captures the look of the Crash suit whilst making it fit in with the other animal costumes from Fall Guys. A perfect crossover if there ever was one.

Ubisoft Characters

Another awesome Twitter artist who goes by ArtDeckNL made fan art concepts pf what four Ubisoft character skins- Pey’J and Jade from Beyond Good and Evil, Globox from Rayman and Ezio from Assassins Creed– would look like. The result is some very cool and creative designs. I’m particularly found of the Globox full body costume design. Ubisoft should seriously consider this team up.

Spyro the Dragon and Coco Bandicoot

There is a huge amount of talented artists putting themselves out there on social media and we have another who posted their ideas for Fall Guys skins on Twitter. Arsbinbcc designed a brilliant Spyro the Dragon themed Fall Guys Costume which is so perfect that it looks like an official crossover.

They also posted this Coco Bandicoot design, an adorable and well detailed concept. Arsinbcc has captured the feel of Fall Guys excellently with this crossover art.

Connor, Hank and Sumo: Detroit Become Human

Great attention to detail in this next piece of fan art from Twitter user stupidinspades which shows what costumes for Connor, Hank and Sumo the dog from Detroit: Become Human would look like in Fall Guys. From the details on Connor’s jacket to Hank’s facial hair, these are really well done concepts that would be cool additions to the game. Sumo is the best boy.

Solid Snake- Metal Gear Solid

Now we’re getting into the fan art that actual companies have come up with. Konami UK tweeted these Metal Gear Solid themed Fall Guys Skins. Could this be the start of a beautiful relationship?

The Colonel- KFC

Last but not least, this design is another official brand taking on the Fall Guys costumes. KFC Gaming’s Twitter– yes KFC has a gaming Twitter- tweeted out some concept art of a Fall Guys costume of the KFC figurehead, The Colonel. The art shows off the trademark white beard of The Colonel as well as a red apron for all your chicken frying needs. So, Fall Guys may well be able to partner with fast food chains as well as other gaming franchises. What is even going on anymore.

I would suggest going and checking out all of these artists Twitter’s- linked above with their Twitter handles- as they are all super talented and creative folks!

Antonia Haynes resides in a small seaside town in England where she has lived her whole life. She's a simple girl with a passion for zombies, writing, film, television, drawing, superheroes, Disney and, of course, video games. Her ideal day would consist of junk food, fluffy pyjamas and video games because quite frankly going outside is overrated. Follow her on Twitter on @RainbowMachete

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Sad News DS Fans: The Nintendo 3DS Has Been Discontinued



After almost ten years in service, Nintendo’s portable 3DS console has officially been discontinued according to Nintendo’s official website. This applies to all the various models of the console: the 3DS, the 2DS, the New 3DS, the New 2DS, the 3DS XL, the New 3DS XL and the New 2DS XL.

The 3DS was an innovative handheld gaming console upon its release in 2011, combining 3-D technology and gaming without the need for special 3-D glasses. The 3D effect was obtained via an optical illusion with the systems screen- a stereoscopic effect that could be turned on with a slider. I remember the awe I felt the very first time I used the 3DS. It felt like a whole new era of gaming encased in a small and sleek package.

Although not hugely popular when it was first released, sales of the console grew a few years after. Since the release of the Nintendo Switch in 2017, sales of the 3DS have been steadily declining so it is not a huge surprise that Nintendo have made this decision. However, it is still a sad moment for DS fans as it means the end of solely portable consoles for Nintendo. I have a lot of fond memories from my 3DS and my plain old DS. I still remember getting the original DS for my birthday in 2006 and spending the rest of the day playing Nintendogs. Good times.

So raise a glass, bid farewell and press F to pay your respects to the 3DS and the DS console in general. You will be missed, dear friend.  

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The ‘Mass Effect’ Remastered Trilogy Rumours Are Back in Full Swing



Desperate Mass Effect fans- myself included- have long been hoping for an announcement of a remaster of Bioware’s epic space drama trilogy. Despite no news coming from Bioware themselves or publishers EA, the fandom has been clutching at straws in regards to a remaster. However, there have been a couple of suggestions here and there- such as the listing of a Mass Effect art book coming in March 2021- that point towards a remaster coming our way. The most recent suggestion is possibly the strongest yet so let’s take a look.

A Portuguese retail website recently posted a listing for the Mass Effect Trilogy game, complete with box art and various console versions. The listing showed three different versions of the remaster: A PlayStation 4 version, an Xbox One version and a Nintendo Switch version. Prices were also posted with the retail listing- though they are listed as the euro currency due to the location of the site- with the PS4 and Xbox One versions listed as 59.99 euros and the Switch one down as 49.99 euros. The listing has since been deleted by the retailer site but thanks to Twitter- more specifically the Twitter user Nibel– you can check out the listing below.

This is very encouraging for us Mass Effect fans. It’s not so good for the person responsible for the listing though. Let’s be honest, they are losing their job for sure. The trilogy remaster has been circulating the gaming rumour mill for a while so here’s hoping that we will get some concrete information- and an actual confirmation- sometime soon.

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Square Enix Announces ‘Final Fantasy XVI’ for PlayStation 5





During today’s PlayStation 5 Showcase event, Square Enix revealed that acclaimed creators Naoki Yoshida (Final Fantasy® Xiv, Dragon Quest X) and Hiroshi Takai (Final Fantasy Xiv, The Last Remnant) are collaborating on an all-new standalone mainline Final Fantasy game, titled Final Fantasy XVI, for the PlayStation 5 system.

The news was revealed via the Final Fantasy XVI“Awakening” trailer which can be viewed below.

Here’s what Producer Naoki Yoshida had to say:

Final Fantasy Xvi producer (that’s right, just producer) Naoki Yoshida here. How did you enjoy the trailer? The exclusive footage, comprised of both battles and cutscenes running in real-time, represents but a fraction of what our team has accomplished since the start of development on this, an all-new Final Fantasy game. In that span, the team’s size has grown from a handful of core members to a full-fledged unit that continues to polish and build upon what they have created so far, all to provide players an experience unmatched in terms of story and gameplay.

Our next big information reveal is scheduled for 2021, so in the meantime, I expect everyone to have fun speculating, as we have a lot in store—not only for Final Fantasy XVI, but for Final Fantasy XIV, too. Needless to say, I’ll be working hard on both!

Final Fantasy XVI

And here is what director Hiroshi Takai had to say:

When Final Fantasy I was released, I was just another player─a young student with big dreams. By the time Final Fantasy V was in the works, I had earned myself a seat at the developers’ table… albeit at the very end. From there, I moved “online” leaving my mark on both Final Fantasy XI and XIV.

And now…XVI.

From the establishment of an all-new development environment, to learning the ins-and-outs of the PS5, the team and I have taken on countless challenges during our journey to bring you the sixteenth chapter in the storied Final Fantasy franchise. And though we’re pouring our hearts and souls into this project each and every day, it may still be some time before we can get it into your hands. However, I promise it will be worth the wait!

Final Fantasy XVI

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