We Talk Walking Dead's New Season and… That's So Raven's Return!

We Talk Walking Dead's New Season and… That's So Raven's Return!

We’re back to talk about the grisly, brutal events on That’s So Raven and the wacky, psychic hijinks on The Walking Dead! Wait… did we mix those up again? This week’s episode does actually end with a long, spoiler-packed conversation about the first two episodes of The Walking Dead’s seventh season and why Matt didn’t like the premiere (and why Eric didn’t either!) and what we felt about the tonal whiplash of meeting Ezekiel in the next episode. We give you a proper warning before we get to that, but there’s also plenty of news to discuss first. As you can see via the magic of time code! 1:25-10:00: We tangent our way into a conversation about That’s So Raven’s return (and rich mythology) and why we loved It’s Your Move Continue reading…
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Catwoman Gets Political This Week with DC's Election Issue

Catwoman Gets Political This Week with DC's Election Issue

With dozens of comic books to choose from, let us show you which are the best coming out this week. Take a look at this list spotlighting our favorite comics that we know are money-well-spent and new books that look cool and are backed by some top-tier talent. Check out our picks, then head to the comments to let us know what you’ll be buying this week! By Meredith Finch & Shane Davis / Mark Russell & Ben Caldwell | DC Comics Continue reading…
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Pokemon Company Interested in More Remakes

Pokemon Company Interested in More Remakes

Pokemon series producer Junichi Masuda says the Pokemon Company is interested in more remakes of older Pokemon games. “I think the remakes, like Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen, is still an approach we’re interested in,” Masuda told IGN. “With the Virtual Console releases of the original games, specifically there had never been a way to bring those Pokemon over to the latest generation. It had always been that you couldn’t get those Pokemon out.” Masuda explained that services like Pokemon Bank and the Poke Transporter finally gave the developers an option to release the original versions on Virtual Console, essentially letting people upload first generation into the new game. Continue reading…
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'Deadpool' Director Shifts to Sony's 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Movie (Exclusive)

'Deadpool' Director Shifts to Sony's 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Movie (Exclusive)

The plan is to make a hybrid CG-animated/live-action family film, exec produced by Tim Miller.read more
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We Want to See Your Video Game Themed Costumes

We Want to See Your Video Game Themed Costumes

Halloween is on a stupid Monday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a good time! If you dressed up (or are dressing up later tonight) as a character from your favorite video game, we want to see! Share your gaming-related costumes with us in the comments and you might be included in our costume gallery once Halloween wraps up. In the meantime, check out the video below for some of the silliest video game costumes we’ve ever seen. Continue reading…
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Avatar Sequels: Cameron Wants Glasses-Free 3D

Avatar Sequels: Cameron Wants Glasses-Free 3D

James Cameron wants to raise the bar for filmmaking with his upcoming saga of Avatar sequel films, and hopes to release them with glasses-free 3D and higher frame rates. When accepting an honorary membership in the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, the director expressed a desire to innovate in the name of storytelling, THR reports. “I’m going to push. Not only for better tools, workflow, high dynamic range and high frame rates,” he said. Continue reading…
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Alien: Covenant Star Reveals a Big Twist

Alien: Covenant Star Reveals a Big Twist

Alien: Covenant star Michael Fassbender recently discussed a big twist in the Prometheus sequel regarding his role as the synthetic David. Warning: Minor spoilers are below. “I am allowed to say I am playing two robots: Walter and David,” Fassbender told The Irish Times (via AvPGalaxy). “I think what’s great about it is that Ridley has gone back to the original DNA of Alien, the horror element of that. “But is also has the scope and the scale of Prometheus. Ridley has cut it already. He is a machine. He is an incredible human being, and he was in such good form. He is such an imaginative and mischievous figure.” Continue reading…
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Daily Deals: PlayStation VR Bundle, Pokémon Sun and Moon, 4K HDR TVs

Daily Deals: PlayStation VR Bundle, Pokémon Sun and Moon, 4K HDR TVs

Welcome to IGN’s Daily Deals, your source for the best deals on the stuff you actually want to buy. If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. The PS VR Bundle is Back in Stock Unless you already own a PS Camera and two Move controllers, the PS VR Bundle is the way to go – it’s a better deal than getting just the Core Headset and the accessories separately, and it just came back in stock on Amazon, so grab it while you can. Continue reading…
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YuuZoo Who? Meet Relativity's Odd New Singapore Investor

YuuZoo Who? Meet Relativity's Odd New Singapore Investor

A source says the company that specializes in social media, e-commerce and entertainment is paying some $50 million for a one-third stake in Ryan Kavanaugh’s struggling studio with an option to buy more.read more
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COD: Infinite Warfare Changes Outlined After Two Betas

COD: Infinite Warfare Changes Outlined After Two Betas

Developer Infinity Ward will make changes to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare thanks to feedback and testing from the game’s two betas. Some of these changes include weapon balancing, perk fixes, matchmaking adjustments, and more, according to a post on the game’s subreddit. Matchmaking fixes have been implemented to shorten matching times. Some of these changes include player evaluation being relaxed and a fix to geographic categorization. In terms of balancing, shotguns will be getting increases in consistency of damage and longer range damage, as well as a slightly increased one-shot kill range. For the sniper class, players will now flinch more when getting shot, aim assist won’t kick in “until the optic fully reaches the player’s eye,” and the bonus of the Quickdraw attachment has been reduced. Continue reading…
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