Tina Fey Addresses 30 Rock Reboot Rumors

Tina Fey Addresses 30 Rock Reboot Rumors

Tina Fey confirmed she’s had talks with co-showrunner Robert Carlock about developing a potential 30 Rock reboot. While appearing last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Fey acknowledged the reboot rumors may have started with a comment she made on the red carpet for her new Mean Girls musical. “Okay, here’s what I’ll say,” Fey said. “So we were on the red carpet for the Broadway opening and someone was like, ‘Would you ever do a 30 Rock reboot?’ And I was like ‘Maybe’. And, like, a little bit of that is on me. I must be so thirsty for Internet attention that I was like, ‘Maybe.’” Continue reading…
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How Poe Survived in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Finally Explained

How Poe Survived in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Finally Explained

The latest issue of Marvel Comics’ Star Wars: Poe Dameron series reveals how the pilot survived after crashing the Tie Fighter when trying to escape the First Order with Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As reported by CBR.com, Issue #26—from writer Charles Soule and artist Angel Unzueta—features a series flashbacks that chronicle what happened to Poe after the crash. After Finn was ejected from the Tie Fighter, Poe was thrown from vehicle and knocked out. He then searched for BB-8 and crossed paths with a Blarina junker named Naka, who he then helped avoid robbers in a speeder chase. Continue reading…
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Darwin Project Battle Royale Goes Free-to-Play

Darwin Project Battle Royale Goes Free-to-Play

Scavengers Studio’s battle royale game, Darwin Project, is going free-to-play on Steam beginning today, April 20. Darwin Project was released on Steam Early Access and Xbox One Game Preview in early March for $15 USD. However, according to Scavengers Studio, there weren’t enough players in certain regions to fill the servers. “We want the game to reach as many players as possible,” the studio said, “so we decided to release Darwin Project for free sooner than we anticipated.” The pricing change is currently reflected on Steam, though the Xbox One version is still listed at $15 USD. When asked whether or not the console version will be going free-to-play as well, Scavengers Studio told IGN, “We’ll have more to share about Darwin Project on Xbox One soon.” Continue reading…
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Hearthstone Director Ben Brode Leaving Blizzard to Start New Company

Hearthstone Director Ben Brode Leaving Blizzard to Start New Company

Ben Brode, game director for Blizzard’s wildly popular card game, Hearthstone, is leaving the company to start one of his own. Brode made the announcement in a post on the Blizzard forums, where he told fans “after 15 years at Blizzard and almost 10 years working on Hearthstone, I have made the incredibly difficult decision to embark on a new journey” before continuing, “man, that was a hard sentence to type.” Brode says he is leaving the massive game developer to help start a new company. “We’ll probably make games” Brode says, “but we haven’t figured anything else out, yet,” he said, noting he’s “looking forward to designing, programming, and actually creating things again.” Continue reading…
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God of War Photo Mode Shown Off for the First Time

God of War Photo Mode Shown Off for the First Time

God of War’s photo mode has been revealed and will come to the game as a piece of downloadable content. The feature was shown during Sony’s celebratory livestream for the launch of God of War. The photo mode will function similarly to the one seen in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, complete with the ability to change depth-of-field, adjust camera angles and add filters. Tune-in now for an exclusive look at God of War’s photo mode, coming after launch in a free update! Watch: https://t.co/6WGSKHicJz #PS4share #GodofWar pic.twitter.com/Dh246ycqGd Continue reading…
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Go Beyond God of War With These Norse Mythology Books

Go Beyond God of War With These Norse Mythology Books

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. God of War is out today, and in case you haven’t heard, it’s a masterpiece. The game is based on and around Norse mythology, and although it takes some liberties, the real-life myths are basically as crazy as they are in the game. If you’re interested in learning more about the real myths behind Jörmungandr, Midgard, Odin, and all the people people and places name-dropped in God of War, we’ve collected some excellent and accessible books for you to check out. There are even a few books in here that aren’t exactly Norse mythology, but follow the same paths of inspiration at Kratos’ new adventure. These aren’t boring textbooks – so don’t be put off. They’re surprisingly good reads. Continue reading…
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Radical Heights Review

Radical Heights Review

The first time I dropped into the Radical Heights map and began to skydive toward the ground, I wondered when exactly my parachute would go off. By the time it was already too late, I realized it wasn’t going to. Instead, my character hit the ground with a tuck and roll straight out of an action movie and the fight began. Unfortunately, that’s about where the excitement stops in Radical Heights. Between its cringe-worthy style, shooting that doesn’t feel quite right, and a few lackluster systems, Radical Heights is currently little more than a forgettable entry in the battle royale genre. Radical Heights is the newest game from LawBreakers developer Boss Key Productions, released on Steam into what they are calling “X-Treme Early Access.” The premise isn’t much different from other battle royale games: 100 players skydive into a match in search of random weapons and gear in hopes of being the last player standing. Continue reading…
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Daily Deals: SNES Classic, 7500-Piece LEGO Millennium Falcon Back in Stock

Daily Deals: SNES Classic, 7500-Piece LEGO Millennium Falcon Back in Stock

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. Like me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter to get the latest deals. SNES Classic Back in Stock Continue reading…
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Released Today, God of War for £46

Released Today, God of War for £46

  Like me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter for the latest deals.   Out Today, God of War PS4 with Bonus Content from under £47 Be the first to buy one of the most anticipated games of the year for just £46. This game scored a 10/10 on IGN Review and was released on 20th Aptil, 2018. Buy a copy God of War for your PS4 for the cheapest price I have seen. Continue reading…
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