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A new Rust console update — 1.03.1 Hotfix — has arrived today for Xbox users, which should solve the frequent crashing problem on their consoles.

Rust has been available on the PC since 2018, but it took some time to make its to the consoles. The Rust Console Edition saw its full release for both Xbox and PS4 last month on May 20.

While several console gamers were looking forward to playing Rust, the release hasn’t been without any hitches.

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Rust Console Update For Xbox – 1.03.1 Hotfix

A few days ago, the patch notes for Rust Console Update 1.03 were released. It came with fixes for a slew of bugs that were spoiling the game for many players.

It is to be noted that Rust developers released the 1.03 update only for Xbox at that time, while asking PlayStation players to wait a little longer for the update.

While PlayStation 4 players were left dry without any updates, the Xbox players didn’t experience any better. Despite the update, Xbox players also continued to face frequent crashes.

Now the Rust Console Edition team is back with another 1.03.1 Hotfix for Xbox users. The hotfix is live and Xbox players should check it out right away.

While the developers didn’t delve much into the details of this new update, they promised it fix the issues that Xbox users have been facing.

In case you don’t see the update, you are advised to restart your Xbox and recheck for updates.

Rust Console Edition Update For PS4

As mentioned in the tweet above, the Rust console update for PS4 is yet to arrive. We are expecting to see it within a week. So we shall update this article accordingly whenever it goes live.

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Hell Yes Bring Back That 1990s Flight Sim Aesthetic

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Tiny Combat Arena is bringing back an old-school 90s flight sim aesthetic

Screenshot: Tiny Combat Arena

While some retro video game looks are making huge comebacks—muddy PS1 textures, I’m looking at you—I’m particularly excited here to see here a developer bringing back one very particular aesthetic that I was super into as a kid: that of early 90s hardcore military flight sims.

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From the F-15 series to Chuck Yeager to Falcon 3.0, these particular games coming out at this particular time all had a few things in common when it came to their visuals, like low-poly aircraft, sparse terrain and dithering. Oh, the dithering.

You don’t see that kind of game anymore because flight sims, obsessed as they are with realism, quickly moved to fill those empty landscapes with hills, and buildings, and satellite data, while the aircraft themselves are in 2021 practically photorealistic.

Not here! This is Tiny Combat Arena, which despite the aesthetic is actually an arcadey aerial shooter for the PC that’s due out in September. What’s more, it’s being published by Microprose, the same brand that released so many of those original flight sims back in the day, and while this isn’t the same company—the original died years ago and a new company simply bought the name—it’ll still be nice seeing the logo turn up before a game that looks like this.

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Super Mario World Is Now Playable In Widescreen

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Software engineer and SNES ROM hacker Vitor Vilela has led a team which has created and released Super Mario World Widescreen, a download that lets you play Nintendo’s Super Mario World—first released in 1990—on modern widescreen displays.

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Crucially SMWW keeps the game’s original 8:7 pixel aspect ratio, meaning that no matter how wide you stretch the display, “the screen you will see is like how would you see on a real TV screen connected to the SNES, except expanded to the widescreen resolution!”

Super Mario World is now available in widescreen

Left: playing SMW using a regular widescreen mod | Right: playing SMW on this custom widescreen release
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While standard 16:9 and 16:10 monitor resolutions are supported, Vilela is also working on some other, funkier aspect ratios, like 2:1 and even 21:9 for anyone with an ultrawide monitor.

It’s available here, but before you go rushing to download it, there’s some stuff you need to know. Firstly, the download link is just for SMWW, and doesn’t contain a ROM of Super Mario World itself. You’ll have to find that…elsewhere.

And secondly, you’ll also need to download the emulator bsnes_hd, since the only way SMWW was made possible was because bsnes_hd allowed Vilela to increase the game’s horizontal resolution by 96 pixels, from 256×224 to 352×224. bsnes also allows many other SNES games to run in widescreen as well, though not to the same level of tailored perfection as we’re seeing here (as you can see in the comparison screenshot above, simply running SMW in bsnes has some framing issues).

You can check out a trailer below:

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The Week In Games: The Game Of Kings

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Golf is a classy sport. The kind of sport that has been played by dignified men and women. A perfect sport for Waluigi and Wario. Mario Golf: Super Rush releases later this week on Nintendo Switch.

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I’ve only tried to play golf in real life once and it was boring. I hated it. But in video games, I love it. Especially if the golf featured in the game is goofy and over-the-top. So you better believe I’m excited to hang out with the Wa Bros and play some wacky golf!

Besides Mario Golf: Super Rush, other stuff is coming out this week too. Check out the full list below:

Monday, June 21

  • Wood Block Escape Puzzles 2 | Switch
  • Industries of Titan | PC
  • Labyrinth City: Pierre The Maze Detective | PC

Tuesday, June 22

  • Super Magbot | Switch, PC
  • LEGO Builder’s Journey | Switch, PC
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC
  • Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights | Switch, PC
  • Phantom Abyss | PC
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Offical Video Game | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Wednesday, June 23

  • Out of Line | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
  • Fallen Knight | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
  • Bitmaster | Xbox One, Switch
  • Empire of Angels IV | PS4, Xbox One
  • Worms Rumble | Switch
  • Blocky Puzzle | Switch
  • Ninja Buddy Epic Quest | Switch
  • Rail Route | PC, Mac
  • Robolife-Days with Aino | PC

Thursday, June 24

  • Empire of Angels IV | Switch
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, PC
  • Legend of Mana Remastered | PS4, Switch, PC
  • The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: Amulet of Chaos | Xbox One
  • The Eternal Castle Remastered | PS4
  • Kirakia Stars Idol Project Nagisa | Switch
  • Farm Your Life | Switch
  • Cube Blast: Match | Switch
  • CarX Drift Racing Online | Switch
  • Sakura Succubus 3 | Switch
  • Summer Paws | Switch
  • Super Cable Boy | Switch
  • Cyber Hook | Switch
  • Kingdom Builders | PC

Friday, June 25

  • Mighty Aphid | Xbox One
  • Scarlet Nexus | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC
  • Mario Golf: Super Rush | Switch
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 | Switch
  • Promesa | Switch
  • #1 Crosswords Bundle | Switch
  • Loopindex | Switch
  • Sweet Sugar Candy | Switch
  • Enigmatis: The Ghost of Maple Creek | Switch
  • Sun Haven | PC
  • Eiyu*Senki Gold – A New Conquest | PC

Saturday, June 26

  • Babol the Walking Box | PC
  • Bocce | Switch

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