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    • * As a result of the experimental dota_camera_alternative option that has been in testing since summer, we’ve adjusted the default camera position. The console command “dota_camera_legacy 1” will adjust your settings to match the old camera if you prefer it.

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    • Part one of Ark: Survival Evolved's two-part Genesis expansion, which was due to launch this month following a release date delay back in December, will now arrive on 25th February, according to its developer Wildcard Studios.

      Genesis, which was first unveiled back in August last year, effectively forms Ark's second season pass, and will ultimately deliver the game's fourth and fifth paid expansions - following on from previous offerings Scorched Earth, Aberration, and Extinction.

      Announcing Genesis' second delay on the Ark website, Wildcard wrote, "We're extremely sorry to push it back an extra month, but as we have been heads-down with the rest of the team polishing, balancing and putting the final pieces together, we really felt that the extra wait will be worth it both for the quality of the base game and the ambitious new expansion."

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      Knights and Bikes, developer Foam Sword's "bike-riding, friendship-building, frisbee-throwing, goose-petting, high-fiving, treasure-hunting, coming-of-age adventure", is donning helmet and peddling onto Switch next month, on 6th February.

      Knights and Bikes, which is published by Psychonauts studio Double Fine, was well-received when it launched on Xbox One, PS4, and PC last August. And now Switch owners have the opportunity to saddle up, playing as friends Demelza and Nessa (either alone or with a co-op buddy) as they explore their ancient island home with pet goose Captain Honkers in tow.

      What follows is a story-driven adventure encompassing bike-riding, exploration, treasure-hunting, environmental puzzling, enjoyable chaotic combat, and more - often taking advantage of each friend's unique abilities, which can be combined for even greater success.

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      Super Nintendo World, the theme park collaboration between Nintendo and Universal Studios, is well on the way to becoming reality, with the attraction's first phase scheduled to open at Universal Studios Japan later this year. But now, we've first solid information about Super Nintendo World's move west, with Universal sharing more of its plans for an Orlando version.

      Although versions of Super Nintendo World were previously confirmed for Orlando, Hollywood, and Singapore, little had been shared in the way of specifics. Now, though, Universal's parent company Comcast has revealed during a recent earnings call (thanks Theme Park Insider) that the highly anticipated Nintendo attraction will feature as part of Universal's new Florida theme park, Epic Universe - making it the first land to be officially unveiled.

      Epic Universe will be the fourth park join the Universal Orlando Resort (Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, and its Volcano Bay water park are the others), and it's currently scheduled to open to guests some time in 2023. While not official, it's seems likely that Universal intends for Super Nintendo World to be there on launch day.

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