Last Day to Score Huge on This Prepaid Cell Phone Deal

Last Day to Score Huge on This Prepaid Cell Phone Deal

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. We’ve been running this deal for a while, even thought it’s a little outside the IGN scope of coverage, because it’s just too good to pass up. Today is the last possible day to cash in on Mint Mobile’s introductory prepaid rate. If you haven’t been following along, Mint Mobile offers 3-months prepaid service for $20. That’s $6.67 per month. The bottom line: for ~$6.67 a month, or $20 total, you get unlimited talk and text and 8GB LTE data, for three months.  Continue reading…
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Hearthstone: Baku and Genn Are Being Sent to Wild a Year Early and I Couldn't Be Happier

Hearthstone: Baku and Genn Are Being Sent to Wild a Year Early and I Couldn't Be Happier

If you’re sick of playing against Odd Paladin, Even Paladin, Odd Rogue, Aggro Odd Mage, Odd Warrior or any of the other Odd/Even variants in Hearthstone right now, then do I have good news for you. The cards that create those archetypes – Baku the Mooneater and Genn Greymane – are being sent to Wild (via the Hall of Fame) a FULL YEAR EARLY. Yes, the next Standard rotation won’t just see three sets leave the format (Journey to Un’Goro, Knights of the Frozen Throne and Kobolds & Catacombs), it will also see two of the most contentious cards from The Witchwood – the first Hearthstone expansion of 2018 – leave. It’s been a wild ride, and now it’s going to be a Wild ride.Continue reading…
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Ape Out Review

Ape Out Review

Ape Out is Hotline Miami on an intense diet of bananas and Buddy Rich records; a top-down simian splatterfest set to a superb soundtrack of jazzy drums and crashing cymbals, bundled into an extremely elegant and cool package. Blending elements of old-timey film and vinyl with a sharp, bold 2D aesthetic and bucketloads of blood, Ape Out is striking to look at and properly addictive to play. The premise is simple: The apes are in, and they need to be out. That’s where we come in, steering these simians to an exciting escape through four short but regularly tough chapters, plus a fun epilogue with a slight twist. The location might be a shady research lab or a labyrinthine container ship and its nearby port, but the objective is constant: sprint to the exit, smash anything you can, and slaughter everyone in the way. Continue reading…
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Hearthstone’s Year of the Dragon Revealed!

Hearthstone’s Year of the Dragon Revealed!

Blizzard today announced a raft of new details about the year ahead for Hearthstone, from the cards that will be going to the Hall of Fame, new Arena formats and a new approach to single player content, through to a number of updates that will be coming to the game with the next patch. Let’s go through them. The next Hearthstone year will kick off with the next Standard format rotation – when the three oldest sets leave the game (in this case Journey to Un’Goro, Knights of the Frozen Throne and Kobolds & Catacombs) and the first new set of the year is released. That set hasn’t been revealed yet, but we do know that when rotation happens we’ll leave the Year of the Raven and enter the Dragon. The Year of the Dragon, that is. Continue reading…
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Judgment Really Is Yakuza + Ace Attorney

Judgment Really Is Yakuza + Ace Attorney

It was very easy to look at Judgment’s reveal, and lazily decide that this was Yakuza with Ace Attorney dropped in. I know I did. The thing is, having played the game’s opening 2 hours, that doesn’t feel like a lazy comparison – it’s just a correct one. In its component parts, this is a Yakuza game. We’re back in that series’ ever-evolving Kamurocho setting (now updated to be an uncanny take on real-life Tokyo’s Kabukichō district as of 2018), filled as it always is with neon distractions and strangers with strange requests. It’s as beautiful as Yakuza 6 but, crucially, Judgment’s Kamurocho felt more alive in my time in it. The open world map is once again densely seasoned with shops, mini-games and arcades, and I’m assured that the meatier side activities that made Yakuza 0 such an enormous prospect will make an appearance along the way. If you want a quintessentially Yakuza anecdote, I took a break from heading to speak to a powerful gang member to spend 10 minutes playing a Kamurocho-themed parody of House of the Dead. Continue reading…
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Complete Guide to One Piece: World Seeker's Preorder Bonuses

Complete Guide to One Piece: World Seeker's Preorder Bonuses

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. One Piece: World Seeker is an open-world action game that’s based on the beloved manga and anime and is set to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 15. Set on Jail Island in the New World, this game stars Monkey D. Luffy, whose gum-gum abilities let him zip and soar through the world with speed and agility. If you’re ready to secure a copy of One Piece: World Seeker for yourself, you’d probably like to know what kind of preorder bonuses are available, what comes in each edition, and where you can get it. We have all the answers you seek below. Continue reading…
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Pokemon Sword Is Amazon's Top-Selling Video Game Item

Pokemon Sword Is Amazon's Top-Selling Video Game Item

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. It’s official: the full 2019 Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch is called Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. The pair of games is slated for release in “late 2019” and will be set in a new region called Galar, which bears some resemblance to England. The starter Pokemon this time around are a grass chimp named Grookey, a fire rabbit named Scorbunny, and a water lizard called Sobble. Continue reading…
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Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be at E3 2019

Cyberpunk 2077 Will Be at E3 2019

Just in case you were worried that CD Projekt Red would be joining the ranks of companies that won’t be attending E3 this year, we have good news – Cyberpunk 2077 will be at the show. The game’s official Twitter account made clear that the much-anticipated RPG will be in attendance. It doesn’t say in what capacity – so don’t get too excited about a playable demo yet – but after last year’s gameplay reveal we can be sure there’ll be more to see. For those of you asking, yes, we will be at E3 this year. Continue reading…
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