Fever Press: Fever Weekly Issue #350


Linessah

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Issue 350


Index:
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Editorial
Announcements
Fever Events
Special Events and Tournaments
Fever Jobs
Fever FNG
P.O.W.
Inside Fever
Behind the scenes
Tech News
E-Sports
Game News
Miscellaneous
Gaming Beats
Funnies









The weekly is here as per usual ,as a way to get info out there to the masses. While not every story or news is show , i hope what is seen does entice you to look it up.

But...There is something i have to say ,and get it off my chest . For who knows how long i have after this is made public.

I always feel like Divinekittys watching me.
And I have no privacy.

Thank you, have nice day!
- SunKenRock





Extra Life Fever event

Aussietye will be holding an Extra Life Fever event this year on game day November 3rd. Anyone who joins Fever's team to help raise money for your local CMN hospital will receive 500 fever coins. Here is the link to join up: Click Here

He is looking for additional help for the event, so contact him on the forums and/or discord.

League of Legends

Game nights for League of Legends will be coming back on the 13th (Monday) of August! We'll start with an hour of game play and then as the game night becomes more popular and more people start showing up, I'll extend it to an hour and a half and then to two hours.

We'll meet in Room 1 in the League of Legends section of the Fever Discord! Please be prompt and on time so we can be sure to get a game (or two!) in.

Game Night Details:
When - 13th of August (Monday)
What time - 7:30pm to 8:30pm EST (eastern standard time)
Where - Room 1 in the LoL channel
What to bring - Yourselves and a fun personality


Also last week another game was offered up in the games market

Inside my Radio (click the game to for the thread in order to offer up coins as requested)

Can you beat the beat? Journey as a green LED mysteriously trapped inside a dying boombox and play the ultimate musical experience. In this rhythmic platform adventure where your every action needs to be right on the beat, bring electro, dub and disco music back to life!

Fallout 76

We are also gauging the interest in Fallout 76. Rumor has it, a member is looking to host a server for competitive play and would like to gather a team to represent Fever (more as that post comes to fruition). However, you can post here to express your interest in playing. While the launch is not set until mid-November, we want to ensure that we have the proper support to match the number of players in a game!





Game Nights:

Calendar

If you would like to help ensure your game's game nights, events, etc. are listed and want to have the ability to post them on the calendar, please let Linessah/Mr Cruz know.

If your game nights do not appear on this calendar over the next few days, please let Linessah, MrCruz , Demonya , or Aussietye know. They will get them squared away. All can be found on discord as well.

To convert the times to your timezone, use the following tool: Time Zone Converter. Please check the Discord Events channel for reminders about events. Also with some game nights being made up for that day due to the people whom are on.


Diablo 3 Tournament: Gizmo is giving you the runs!
Going to try this for a tournament!

When: 17 August @ 8PM EDT

# of spots: 16

Level: GR 50

Gameplay: 4 groups of 4 teaming together and starting the GR. One person will play the GR while the while the remaining 3 exit. Then the next person, then the next, etc... until all players have run it 3 times. All players will report the times in the #D3 channel to the event host upon completion of the GR. The person with the best 3 times averaged will advance to the final team.

The final team will do it all again. There will be a first, second, and third place winner who will receive a Fever vs. Fever award! The 4th place player will win an additional 500 Fever Coins.

Signs ups below, first 16 responses will have a spot, after that the waiting list will start. If we have no-shows, the first person on the waiting list will get the spot, and so on....

Thread: D3 Link

3.4.0 League Start Race to 90

Path of Exile 3.4.0 Release Race

Race launch date will be the same as new league launch, Aug 31 @ 4pm est/ 3pm cst.

3 sets of prizes
*200 Fever coins for participation
*First person to reach lvl 50 will recieve 1000 Fever Coins
*First person to reach lvl 75 will receive 1 Exalted Orb
*First person to reach lvl 90 will receive 200 points toward MTX purchases.
(player must either play on steam client, or be able to receive paypal payment.)

RULES
* be a member of |Fever| Clan
* be in discord
* screenshot your character and level each time

Thread: Get the hype up!





Clan Jobs:In and out of gaming​


Fever Clan Job Roster Master List

This link will take you to everything Fever and provides a table of contents to direct you to what you may seek.If you do not see anything for game that you are looking for, (or might be interested in starting a group in) contact

Head - @Thundernut, @Kimenu
Deputies - @MrCruz, @Daddy
, @Axle(Recruitment)​




Higgs0609 / Poetfall / Koko11182 / TruVaultHunter / Emeraldweapon

BeepBeep#1880 / Thunder / Hiahusu / ira5star / Nanospartan

Majin Puu




Last week's winner was Dragule and williamofessex - please congratulate them!

This week's nominees are:

Heka


Marineopferman


Verrin



Please vote for them here -> PoW-8-13-2018




Heroes of the storm:New Xo, More activity

Overwatch: Patch Notes

Mafia Game #34: Re-Signups

Guild Wars 2: Looking For Game Night/Morning Suggestions





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NASA launches Parker Solar Probe on historic mission

Running a day late, a United Launch Alliance heavy-lift Delta 4 rocket thundered away from Cape Canaveral early Sunday, boosting NASA’s $1.5 billion Parker Solar Probe into space on a daring seven-year mission to “touch the sun” with repeated trips through the star’s blazing outer atmosphere.

Passing within 3.8 million miles of the sun’s visible surface — well within the shimmering halo of the outer atmosphere, or corona — the spacecraft’s heat shield will endure 2,500-degree heating while whipping past the star at a record 430,000 mph, fast enough to fly from New York to Tokyo in less than a minute.

The goal is to help scientists figure out what makes the corona hotter than the sun’s visible surface and what accelerates charged particles to enormous velocities, producing the solar wind that streams away from the corona in all directions.

And the mystery is profound. The visible surface of the sun has a temperature of about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. But just above it, in the corona, the temperature shoots up to several million degrees.

Even though it will repeatedly fly through the corona, Parker will not experience such extreme temperatures because the ionized gas making up the outer atmosphere is so tenuous. But the probe’s heat shield will still get hotter than lava while its instruments study the hellish environment in unprecedented detail.

Scientists have two theories about what heats up the corona. It could be due to interactions between electrically charged particles and the sun’s powerful magnetic field, or it could be the result of countless “nanoflares” governed by another mechanism. Or maybe, both.

“Until you actually go there and touch the sun, you really can’t answer these questions,” said Project Scientist Nicola Fox. “Why is the corona hotter than the surface of the sun? That defies the laws of nature. It’s like water flowing uphill, it shouldn’t happen.

“Why in this region does the solar atmosphere suddenly get so energized that it escapes from the (gravitational) hold of the sun and bathes all of the planets? We have not been able to answer these questions.”

Learning more about the solar wind also will help scientists better predict the effects of solar storms and the impact of the solar wind on Earth’s magnetic field, wreaking havoc with communications, power grids and navigation.

“This space weather has direct influence, not always positive, on our technology in space, our spacecraft, it disrupts our communications, it creates a hazardous environment for astronauts and in the most extreme cases can actually affect our power grids here on the Earth,” said Alex Young, associate director of NASA’s heliophysics program.

“So it’s of fundamental importance for us to be able to predict this space weather much like we predict weather here on Earth.”

To reach its target, the Delta 4 Heavy and a solid-propellant upper stage had to supply enough energy to counteract Earth’s 18-mile-per-second orbital velocity around the sun, allowing the spacecraft to fall into the inner solar system.

Running 24 hours late because of a last-minute countdown glitch Saturday, the trek began at 3:31 a.m. EDT (GMT-4) Sunday when the 233-foot-tall Delta’s three hydrogen-fueled Aerojet-Rocketdyne RS-68A main engines ignited with a rush of brilliant orange flame and quickly throttled up to 2.1 million pounds of thrust.

Looking on at launch was Eugene Parker, the University of Chicago astrophysicist who first theorized the existence of the solar wind in 1958. Now 91, Parker, the first living scientist to have a space probe named in his honor, flew to Cape Canaveral to witness his first rocket launch.

The Delta 4 Heavy did not disappoint.

“I really have to turn from biting my nails and getting it launched to thinking about all the interesting things, which I don’t know yet, and which will be made clear, I assume, over the next five or six or seven years,” Parker said in a NASA interview.

“It’s a whole new phase, and it’s going to be fascinating throughout. … All I can say is wow, here we go. We’re in for some learning over the next several years.”

Trailing a plume of fiery exhaust visible for scores of miles around, the huge 1.6-million-pound rocket majestically climbed away from launch complex 37B at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, arcing away on an easterly trajectory over the Atlantic Ocean.

The rocket smoothly accelerated as it consumed propellant and lost weight, powering out of the thick lower atmosphere in spectacular fashion. The two side boosters shut down and fell away as expected a bit less than four minutes after liftoff.

The central core booster continued firing for another minute and a half before it, too, shut down and fell away from the fast-moving second stage. A few seconds after that, the upper stage’s single hydrogen-fueled Aerojet Rocketdyne RL10B-2 engine ignited to continue the climb to space.

Finally, after two firings of the second-stage engine, the Parker Solar Probe and its Northrup Grumman solid-fuel upper stage were released from the Delta 4. The upper stage then ignited for a short burn, supplying more than half of the probe’s final velocity.

Forty-three minutes after launch, the spacecraft jettisoned the spent upper stage and began flying on its own.

If all goes well, the Parker Solar Probe will swing by Venus in about six weeks for a gravitational encounter that will help the spacecraft slow down still more. Seven Venus flybys are planned over the seven-year mission to fine-tune the trajectory, setting up the close-in aim points.

The first pass by the sun, at a distance of about 15 million miles — three times closer than any previous spacecraft — is expected in November.

“So we’re already in a region of very, very interesting coronal area,” Fox said. “In fact, one of the key things about our early orbits is we’re actually just at this sort of sweet spot … over the same area of the sun for many, many days, allowing us to do some really incredible science on our very first flyby.”​

Link: spaceflightnow




Evo 2018

The 2018 Evolution Championship Series, better known as Evo 2018, went down this weekend, pitting the best of the fighting game community against one another in mano a mano combat across eight games: Street Fighter 5, Tekken 7, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, Injustice 2, Super Mash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle.

Street Fighter's grand finals were once again the capstone event, and last year's champion, Japanese veteran Tokido, nearly took the title again. Another Japanese veteran, Fuudo, sent Tokido to the loser's bracket, but Tokido battled his way back and made it to the grand final, where he reset the bracket in a real nail biter. But Problem X's M. Bison was too strong, and he became the first UK Street Fighter Evo champion.

DBFZ set a viewership record for EVO and provided a slightly controversial, dramatic finish, as SonicFox asked to switch from P2 to P1 between matches. Some called it a delaying tactic to put the red-hot Goichi off his game, and SonicFox did turn things around to win in a dominant pair of final rounds.

Street Fighter 5 action put up big numbers on the opening days of the tournament, according to this GitHyp report, but Dragon Ball FighterZ ultimately took the viewership crown, hitting nearly 258,000 concurrent viewers at one point, the highest viewership count of all time for an Evo main event on Twitch.

And like all good sporting events, there was a spot of controversy as well. Kotaku reported that the audience booed players who opted to use the Bayonetta character in the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U competition because it's viewed by many as having an unfair advantage over others. It got bad enough that a pre-finals match between CaptainZack and eventual 7th-place finisher Raito ended with a victorious CaptainZack flipping off the entire crowd as he walked off the stage; the announcers said they didn't condone his action, but acknowledged that the behavior of the audience was in "such bad taste" that it wasn't entirely unjustified. In the final match, Lima and CaptainZack, who were both playing with Bayonetta, simply stopped playing at one point, until Evo staff compelled them to keep fighting.​

Link for listed winners:pcgamer




Nintendo Direct

In the video below you will be able to watch the full direct that is dedicated to everything smash. Even though it feels far off, December is just around the corner. So in the mean time they are slowly showing off more aspects and characters of the games. Some are copies of existing character, while others are newly announced. Similar Nintendo style is just showing off enough to keep people happy,but still want much more.​

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Its Showtime ,for Master Chief

If you are a gamer who grew up in the early 2000s, chances are that the Xbox-exclusive Halo series, its hero Master Chief, and battling your friends in split-screen multiplayer for ultimate bragging rights are some of your fondest memories.

Fans of the first-person shooter have yearned for a television or feature film adaptation of the Halo universe for years and are finally being granted their wish, thanks to Showtime. The network's President of Programming Gary Levine recently gave some news about the upcoming Steven Spielberg-directed series at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

Levine told IGN that Master Chief will be a "lead character" in the program, but that there will be multiple protagonists. He also said that Master Chief's lack of identity will be an "important part of our series" as well. While the plot will be inspired by the Halo canon, Levine also assured that the story presented in the series will not be an exact replica of the beloved games. Settings for the show will also switch between various planets from across the sci-fi shooter's universe.

"It is a new story but we are being incredibly respectful of the canon and working with the Microsoft/343 people to be sure we don’t violate any of that," he told IGN. Levine added that this show is not solely aiming to cater to fans of the games, but also appeal to a whole new audience. "As [Showtime President and CEO David Nevins] said, our hopes and dreams are that it will have enormous appeal to Halo fans and will also appeal to Showtime drama fans."

Production has yet to begin on Showtime's Halo series, but expect the 10-episode first season to premiere some time in 2020. Gamers can also look forward to the franchise's next chapter—Halo: Infinite—that was announced at this year's E3 conference.​

Link:complex

Discord to start selling games, plans Steam-like universal game-launching tab

Earlier this year, Discord rolled out a Colorblind Mode and a new, Steam-like Games Tab hub. Today, the VOIP app has announced it will start selling games.

As reported by Variety, a store beta will be offered to 50,000 Canadian users—who will be selected at random via the platform's Discord Nitro subscription service.

A new tab named the Discord Store will become available to those users—where individual games can be purchased—alongside a suite of free games, which will include the likes of Saints Row: The Third, System Shock Enhanced Edition, Metro: Last Light and Super Meat Boy at launch. The first games on the store comprise Into the Breach, Hollow Knight, Dead Cells and Frostpunk.

The Verge reports the Discord Store won't house the same number of games as, say, Steam, but will instead aim for a "local bookstore" catalogue of staff-picked choices. Likewise, its 'First on Discord' initiative is designed to give users access to 90-day exclusives, and a universal library. Publisher Raw Fury's Bad North will be a launch title for the initiative, arriving on Steam, GOG and other platforms after the exclusivity period ends. Variety says the universal library will allow users to launch any game on their computer via Discord—it sounds similar to how Steam boots up other launchers and games.

Chatting to Variety, Discord's chief marketing officer Eros Resmini says: "We’ve actually been mulling the idea for a long time. We wanted to build an amazing platform that people wanted to use every day and we wanted to grow that platform before focusing too much on monetization.

"We now have 150 million users, so timing felt right. We knew we didn’t want to sell ads or user data, so we had two options left: cosmetics or content. Nitro was our attempt at cosmetics, now we’re adding games to that subscription and building a retail store too."

It's not clear how long the beta will run, but we've reached out to Discord itself and will report back when we know more.​

Link:pcgamer

More on Doom Eternal

Hell is back, and it looks as intense as ever. At Quakecon ,Bethesda revealed the first proper look at Doom Eternal, the sequel to 2016’s excellent reboot of the iconic shooter series, with a series of lengthy videos. Eternal was initially revealed at E3 back in June with a teaser trailer, but this is the first time the developer is showing off gameplay. You can watch the keynote in its entirety above, though the Doom section starts about an hour and 11 minutes into the presentation.

As promised during the original announcement, Eternal introduces hell on Earth, with a new setting that brings the demon hordes off of Mars and down to our home planet; though there are still sci-fi locations like the Martian moon Phobos. The action, meanwhile, looks just as nail-biting and brutal as its predecessor.

The developers at id say that this version of the “doom slayer” — the nameless protagonist — is the most powerful in the series’s history, complete with new weapons and an updated design. There’s also a new “destructible demons” system that lets you cut enemies into little bits, and a system that lets you play as a demon and fight against — or “invade,” as the developers describe it — other players in their own single-player campaign.​

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Link:theverge

EmuParadise has removed its entire library of retro game ROMs and ISOs

For nearly two decades, EmuParadise has been the go-to place for quite a number of people in the emulation community. This is due to the site’s vast collection of ROMs and ISOs from many systems, dating all the way back from the Atari and NES eras, straight up to the Wii and PSP. But, things are different now.

The site’s creator recently put out an announcement on the website, titled “EmuParadise is Changing”. This announcement contained an explanation — the site will no longer host any games. Here’s an excerpt:

“It’s not worth it for us to risk potentially disastrous consequences. I cannot in good conscience risk the futures of our team members who have contributed to the site through the years. We run EmuParadise for the love of retro games and for you to be able to revisit those good times. Unfortunately, it’s not possible right now to do so in a way that makes everyone happy and keeps us out of trouble . . . . . You won’t be able to get your games from here for now. Where we go with this is up to us and up to you.”

This news comes just a few weeks after Nintendo slapped a massive $100 million lawsuit against the owner of LoveROMS and LoveRETRO. These websites were very similar to EmuParadise, hosting a vast collection of retro games and emulators. Mere hours after the lawsuit was filed, both websites were taken offline. Interestingly enough, many responses from the community to the closure of these sites pointed to EmuParadise still being around as another trustworthy source of games. Obviously, that claim no longer applies. In addition to the fall of LoveROMS and LoveRETRO, Nintendo then had an online GameBoy Advance Emulator removed from GitHub.

It must be noted that EmuParadise’s announcement does not specifically denounce Nintendo as being a/the reason for the removal of all the games from the site, But, it has had run-ins with the Big N in the past. Back in June 2017, all of Nintendo’s first-party titles were taken down from EmuParadise’s library. So, taking the two aforementioned recent closures into account on top of last year’s scuffle, it wouldn’t be surprising if Nintendo does have a role to play in this announcement after all, but EmuParadise has yet to name any names. The fact of the matter is, the site was in violation of copyright laws. So, whoever forced the site to make this drastic move did have the legal grounds to do so, especially since EmuParadise was benefiting financially from hosting its library due to selling ad space.

Will this kill the emulation scene? Not exactly. Other sources still exist. However, this is a crippling blow nonetheless. EmuParadise was known not just for having a vast collection of games, but also being a safe source due to many other ROM/ISO sites being riddled with evasive ads and viruses. So, many in the community are going to have to find somewhere else to get their games if they’re still willing to make the effort.

Still, it makes you wonder what’s going on with Nintendo. Whether or not it also had a hand in this specific situation, it’s still interesting that the company took action against LoveROMS and LoveRETRO along with GitHub’s GBA emulator at the same time. Remember, Switch Online launches next month (September 2018) and will include the new Classic Games Selection service, the successor to the Virtual Console. While only a handful of NES games have been announced to be coming to the service so far, it probably wouldn’t be too far-fetched to imagine that Nintendo could have bigger plans for the new service considering the lengths its gone to with the aforementioned takedowns. We’ll have to wait and see what comes of all this.​

Link:nintendoenthusiast




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