YouTuber moccos-tan Isedelica achieved this epic feat by getting a level 3 S-rank with Beast Ganon.
The final Hyrule Warriors DLC, which will allow you to unleash chicken hell on your enemies, will arrive in the US on March 12.
Fable Legends will be totally free to play, with the option to purchase in game gold with human monies. The announcement stresses that you won't need that real gold to win; all content in the game will be accessible for free, and you won't be able to 'pay to win' by buying upgrades that are unavailable without real money. Everything that affects gameplay will be earnable within the game.
There's no release date yet set for the game, but there's a good chance it'll come out alongside Windows 10 later this year.
In a paper titled "Falling Into Straw," physics students at the University of Leicester debunked any hope you had in the myth of leaping off a building and landing safely in a haystack in Assassin's Creed.
After what I'm sure amounted to vigorous research into haystack leaps in the game, the students concluded that, put simply, you shouldn't do that IRL. While the piles of loose straw would provide some cushioning from falls, you couldn't pull off the kind of jump an assassin does because the haystacks are too small. The haystacks in game are only about 1.5m tall, and according to the paper, you could fall no further than 12-13m and expect that stack to save you. If you're willing to sustain "severe injuries," you could stretch that height to about 50m, but you certainly won't be shanking any enemies after that leap of faith.
Official details about the golden Mario amiibo have finally been released! The Super Mario amiibo—Gold Edition will be sold exclusively at 3,000 Walmart stores in the U.S. at a retail price of $12.96. The gold amiibos launch with Mario Party 10 on March 20, 2015. Also arriving on that day is a special new ‘wave’ Mario bundled with Mario Party 10.
Pre-order one here!