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The Daily Moot (11/23/18)

1. Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu Sets Sales Record on Switch

In just one week since their release, Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee have sold over 3 million copies combined. This makes them the fastest selling games ever on the Switch, even beating out The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Although Let’s Go Pikachu has been fairly controversial and polarizing among longtime Pokemon fans, it’s clear that this mixed reception hasn’t negatively impacted sales. The holiday season is just beginning, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see the sales continue to climb for the latest Pokemon games.

  2. Playstation 5 Backwards Compatible?   After Playstation announced that they will be skipping E3, everybody’s been anxious to hear something about the Playstation 5. Well it seems like we might have some good news. Although nothing is set in stone yet, Playstation filed for patents that suggest the PS5 will be backwards compatible with PS4 games. This will be great news for Playstation fans if the rumors are true.

  3. Get Outcast: Second Contact for Free Until Tomorrow   Outcast: Second Contact is Free on Humble Bundle until November 24th. Outcast: Second Contact is a 2017 remake of the 1999 cult classic open world action-adventure game. It normally goes for $35 on Steam, so it’s a great deal if you’re able to get it in time. The deal is linked below.

  4. The Chicken Trooper is Now a Real Skin   The Chicken Trooper which was originally the brainchild of an 8 year-old boy named Connor, is now a real Fortnite skin called the Tender Defender. Connor’s drawing of his Chicken Trooper was posted on Reddit by his father, who asked Fortnite to make it into a real skin. Just 2 months later and the Tender Defender was born. It's pretty cool to see Epic Games engaging their community like this. The Tender Defender is available in the Fortnite item shop for 1500 V-Bucks.

  5. All of the Cheat Codes in Red Dead Redemption 2 Have Been Discovered   The remaining unsolved cheat codes in Red Dead Redemption 2 have been discovered, bringing the total number of cheat codes to 37. The cheat codes are phrases that can be found in newspapers around the world, and some of them you won’t be able to use until you’ve found a required item. You also won’t be able to unlock any achievements or save the game once you’ve activated a cheat code, so keep this in mind before using the cheats. You can find a full list of the cheat codes in the article below.

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