Top 10 Most Popular Trailers of 2018 on IGN

Top 10 Most Popular Trailers of 2018 on IGN

There are few things better than a great trailer to get us — and you, our audience! — hyped about an upcoming movie, game or TV show. With 2018 coming to a close, we thought it would be fun to look back at the trailers that got the most eyeballs across IGN’s various platforms. Pulling data from our YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and, of course, IGN.com videos, we compiled a list of the 10 trailers that got the most combined viewed across those five platforms. It’s a somewhat surprising mix of titles, but offers a pretty good snapshot of the properties that struck 2018 the most. (This data was compiled on Dec. 30th.) Take a look at our top trailers below, and let us know what your favorite trailer of the year was in the poll below and in the comments! Continue reading…
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49 Big Games Coming in 2019

49 Big Games Coming in 2019

With 2018 firmly in the books – and what a year it was! – it’s time to focus on the future. Now that 2019 is upon us and bringing with it long-awaited sequels, intriguing fresh takes, and a ton of exciting games, let’s run down the list of what we know is on the way in the next year. Here are 49 big games confirmed to be coming in 2019, with the pesky reminder that delays happen and some of these could slip out of the calendar year. But with the fine print out of the way, on to the list! Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Release Date: January 18 (PS4, Xbox One) / February 1 (PC) Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC Continue reading…
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A Cafe in Japan Hires Robot Servers, But With a Twist

A Cafe in Japan Hires Robot Servers, But With a Twist

A Cafe in Tokyo uses an all-robot staff, though some of its employees that control these servers do so remotely, under special circumstances. As reported by NextShark, these employees have debilitating conditions like ALS and similar spinal chord injuries, and operate the robot servers from home. They operate an OriHime-D: a 4-foot-tall robot that moves, handles objects, and communicates with patrons at Tokyo’s Cafe DAWN (Diverse Avatar Working Network). Cafe DAWN is intended to resemble the robot-centric cafe featured in the 2008 anime Time of Eve. Continue reading…
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