Dele Alli is one of the young football players to watch right now and after his wonder goal against Crystal Palace last weekend, you can bet a lot of the top clubs in Europe are zeroing in on the young midfielder.
Popular YouTube video gamer bateson87 attempted to recreate the goal in FIFA 16, as did many other players. But he came the closest the replicate the impressive volley that shook England on Saturday.
Tootenham went on to beat Crystal Palace 3-1 in the game but it was that goal from Dele Alli that had everyone talking.
Let’s bare in mind that 19-year-old Dele Alli has a 72 ratings in FIFA 16.
A new Subscriber Rewards program has been announced for Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Players will be handed a series of monthly in-game reward items themed around the HK-55 Assassin Droid, which will be handed out as a permanent personal companion.
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Here’s the full rundown:
Players who are Subscribers on January 11, 2016 will receive HK-55 as a permanent personal Companion.
Those who are Subscribers on the first of each month, from February – August 2016, will receive an in-game reward item themed to HK-55’s gear and weapons along with two-day Early Access to the chapter releasing that month.
Subscribers as of February 1, 2016 will receive the HK-55-inspired Jetpack Mount, built to withstand the harshest of conditions as players hover their way through the galaxy.
Players who stay subscribed through the period of January 11 – August 1, 2016 will be invited to play a bonus chapter in which they can play as HK-55.
Of course, conditions and restrictions apply, but more information on the Subscriber Rewards program and what it contains can be found through the official SWTOR website.
The next chapter of Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Fallen Empire, titled Anarchy in Paradise, will be made available on February 11.
A new leak regarding the “Legion” expansion pack for “World of Warcraft” indicated that the upcoming game will come with a new wardrobe tab. According to sources, the leaked images came from the beta version of the game.
Unfortunately, the clip showing off the new feature has already been removed. But according to Kotaku, which was able to capture screenshots from the video, the new feature will make it easier for gamers to manage their collected items.
As explained by the gaming new site, the wardrobe tab displays the player’s character alongside the looted items such as clothes and armor. Through this new section, gamers will no longer have to store their cosmetic items in the game’s Void Storage. It will also give them a bigger space for all of the low-level items that they will come across in their digital journey.
But, as the site noted, the wardrobe tab, along with the other new features of the expansion pack, were first unveiled during the beta tests for the game. In other words, developer Blizzard Entertainment could still change these or completely remove them from “Legion”.
The upcoming “Expansion” pack does not yet have an official release date, but the studio is targeting to debut it sometime during the second or third quarter of this year. It will only be available for the Microsoft Windows and OS X platforms once it comes out.
FIFA 16TOTY Midfielders
EA Sports has just released this year’s FIFA 16 TOTY midfield ratings. This year’s FIFA 16 TOTY squad was confirmed on Monday, January 11 starting with the Goalkeeper and the Defenders and now midfielders are live on the FUT market. Will you be lucky to win one in special packs?
Every year around this time, EA Sports awards the players who have produced electrifying football by placing them in the FIFA World XI. These special blue cards will be available for 48 hours as usual, then EA will insert the TOTY Forwards for FIFA 16 into packs on Friday, January 15 at 6 PM time – going on the same schedule as last year.
Guild Wars 2 Online
Welp! It seems like even the most popular folks aren’t the cleanest. The much renowned Guild Wars 2 YouTuber team
Suck at Love have been banned by ArenaNet for hacking.
The team is well known for its music videos created for Guild Wars 2. The team was banned for map hacking, in which
they were able to access 29 map points in less than a minute.
This, according to ArenaNet, is simply not possible without the use of hacking programs that would violate the User
Agreement and Rules of Conduct of the game.
As expected, Suck at Love posted a video to claim their innocence, but it was taken down on YouTube. A thread on
the Guild Wars 2 forum is also regarding the matter,in which ArenaNet has replied to players’questions with the
“Customer Support has carefully reviewed the data that resulted in the termination of the game account in question.
They verified that this account accessed 29 map points in under 60 seconds. It is not possible to accomplish this
without the use of a third-party program, the kind of program that is expressly forbidden by our User Agreement and
our Rules of Conduct. Because of these facts, the account termination will not be reversed.”
Looks like Suck at Love also sucked at obeying rules. Remember folks, cheating isn’t cool, especially in multiplayer games.