The team at Bandai Namco has had a lot to say and a lot to reveal through the weekend’s Tokyo Game Show. Among the items on the agenda is the future of Tekken 7, which has grand plans for its upcoming Season 4 of content. Tekken 7 players have a lot to look forward to, including all-new moves, a new character, and heavily-requested online improvements.
One of Tekken 7’s biggest criticisms to this point has been its netcode. With COVID-19 forcing many people to stay home, good online play will only become more essential going forward. Series Producer Katsuhiro Harada initially became aware of this back when Season 4 was first revealed. Over the weekend, he went into more details on how the Tekken team is looking
The peace and quiet that often prevails at WNC Nature Center recently seems … well, unnatural. But that’s the wild reality during the course of a pandemic.
“It’s surreal, actually,” director Chris Gentile said. “You know, we’ve had the place to ourselves now for about six months. And the animals are wondering where everybody is.”
But, while the center was closed, two employees saw an opening.
“What a difference a day makes,” said Eddie Martinez, a maintenance technician.
He and facilities curator Jason Marshall took advantage of a mostly empty facility and completed a host of improvements.
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WNC NATURE CENTER ANNOUNCES REOPENING PLANS
The result of their efforts is everything from landscaping to concrete work, improving the experience for visitors when they do come back.
“We had somewhat of a plan that we wanted to get a bunch of things done while