With MSNBC Show Cancelled, Greta Van Susteren's Staff Face Unclear Future

With MSNBC Show Cancelled, Greta Van Susteren's Staff Face Unclear Future

The anchor, hired in January, was surprised by the network’s decision to pull the plug so soon.read more
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NBA 2K18 Preorder Guide

NBA 2K18 Preorder Guide

Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. If you’re a gamer and a basketball fan, you’re probably familiar with NBA 2K. This series, which dates all the way back to 1999, consistently delivers some of the best basketball games on a yearly basis. This year’s installment is NBA 2K18. It’s scheduled to launch September 19, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Whether you’re a longtime NBA 2K player or you’re thinking of trying it out this year, you’ll probably want to know what your buying options are. As with most big games, NBA 2K18 is coming out in a number of editions that we’ll dig into below. You’ll also get a little something special if you preorder it, so read on for the goods. Continue reading…
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What Makes Sony’s Japan Studio Special

What Makes Sony’s Japan Studio Special

This month’s IGN First is a bit different than usual. Rather than highlighting a single game — we’ll get back to that next month — we’re highlighting the Japanese game industry as a whole. We visited some of the biggest studios in Japan to focus on their games and creative processes. Check back all month for interviews, gameplay reveals, and more! Find a list of everything we’ve published so far in our IGN First: Games of Japan hub! Continue reading…
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Thor: Ragnarok's Skurge Explained

Thor: Ragnarok's Skurge Explained

Thor: Ragnarok is adding several key new players to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Hela (Cate Blanchett) and Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson). But for fans of Marvel’s classic Thor comics, no new character is more exciting than Karl Urban’s Skurge. Better known as “the Executioner,” Skurge was a recurring villain for many years, and the subject of one of the single greatest Thor comics ever published. If you’re not familiar with this Marvel character or just need a refresher on the Executioner, we can help. Here’s everything you need to know about this influential Marvel villain. Continue reading…
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