Stop Running Out Of Storage On PS4, Xbox One, Or Switch With Amazon's Deal Of The Day

Stop Running Out Of Storage On PS4, Xbox One, Or Switch With Amazon's Deal Of The Day

Whether you’re gaming on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, or PC, you can never really have too much storage space. In fact, given file sizes of modern AAA games (and massive updates), you may be one of the many who often find themselves needing to delete games to make room for new ones. Amazon’s Deal of the Day is aimed at this problem by offering nice discounts on external hard drives and microSD cards from SanDisk and Western Digital. There are also some flash drives on sale, and it’s always useful to have a portable storage device handy. Check out the best deals below, which are only available until 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET tonight. See all memory deals at Amazon SanDisk Ultra 400GB MicroSDXC | $48 ($63)SanDisk 400GB microSDAdmittedly, Nintendo Switch games tend to take up much less space than PS4 and Xbox One titles. However, the Switch’s onboard storage still runs out rather quickly, which means a microSD card is a must. To ensure you never run out of space, this 400GB SanDisk Ultra card will do the trick. It’s on sale for $48, which is a solid deal for a high-capacity microSD. If you don’t think you’ll ever need that much storage space for your Switch, the 256GB model is discounted to $32. See at Amazon Continue Reading at GameSpot
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New Pokemon Sword And Shield Max Raid Event Now Live

New Pokemon Sword And Shield Max Raid Event Now Live

Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Gigantamax event has ended, but a new Max Raid event is now underway in the games. This one runs until July 31 and features a handful of Rock- and Steel-type Pokemon, including the Gigantamax forms of Coalossal and Copperajah.Throughout the event, you’ll have a chance to encounter the following Pokemon in Max Raid dens around the Wild Area in both Sword and Shield. You’ll also earn a variety of helpful items for completing the Raids, including Nuggets, Star Pieces, and some rare berries.OnixSteelixGalarian MeowthPerrserkerRhyhornRhydonRhyperiorRolycolyCarkolCoalossal (Gigantamax)CufantCopperajah (Gigantamax)Before you can participate in the event, you’ll first need to refresh your Raid dens. You can do this either by connecting the Y-Comm online or going into Mystery Gift and selecting Get the Wild Area news.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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Top New Video Games Releasing On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Month — July 2020

Top New Video Games Releasing On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Month — July 2020

If this episode of New Releases is any indication, you won’t run out of new video games to play anytime soon. We’re taking a look at the month of July, which kicks off with Marvel’s Iron Man VR. You can also take to the skies in Rocket Arena just over a week after that. July is also time to protect your land, whether it’s an occupied island in Ghost of Tsushima or the Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Finally, the month wraps up with the Destroy All Humans remake.Marvel’s Iron Man VR — July 3Available on: PS4After a few delays, Iron Man VR is finally giving us a chance to step into Tony Stark’s suit. As you’d expect, the HUD inside the PSVR headset resembles Stark’s FRIDAY technology, and you can use the Move Controllers to aim and fire your various weapons. Expect to see other Marvel staples like Nick Fury in the story too.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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Save on Switch Storage and External Hard Drives, Today Only

Save on Switch Storage and External Hard Drives, Today Only

Amazon’s Deal of the Day today is all about storage. You can save a nice chunk of change off microSD cards, including the adorable one with a Mario mushroom on it. Also on sale are external hard drives and SSDs, both of which are great for adding storage to your Xbox One, PS4, or PC. Basically, if you’re running out of room to store all your games on any platform, you can save money on the solution to your problem right now. Just remember it’s the deal of the day, so it goes away tonight. Save on Switch, PS4, Xbox, and PC Storage App users: Don’t see the deals below? Click here. [poilib element=”commerceDeal” parameters=”slug=microsd-card-deals-june-2020″] Those are the sale’s best storage deals for gaming, but if you’re in need of a flash drive or other storage solution, check out the full sale to see what else is available at a deep discount. Just make sure to mind the countdown timer for when the sale ends. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed. [widget path=”ign/modules/recirc” parameters=”title=&type=articles%2Cvideos&tags=us-shopping&count=3&columnCount=3&theme=article”]
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Netflix's New Fantasy Epic Cursed Gets Full Trailer

Netflix's New Fantasy Epic Cursed Gets Full Trailer

Fantasy TV has never been more more popular–from Game of Thrones and its upcoming spin-off to The Witcher and Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series, audiences can’t get enough of epic battles, monsters, and magic. The latest addition is Netflix’s adaptation of Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller’s illustrated novel Cursed, and the first full trailer has been released.Cursed is a retelling of the Arthurian myth, focusing on Nimue, the young woman who is destined to become the Lady of the Lake. Nimue is played by 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford, and this trailer looks like a lavish and dramatic show with a strong female character at the center. Check it out below:Joining Langford on the show are Devon Terrell as Arthur, Gustaf Skarsgard as Merlin, and as Matt Stokoe as Gawain. There’s also a role for veteran Scottish actor Peter Mullan (Westworld, Ozark). Wheeler is the showrunner, and the series hits Netflix on July 17.Continue Reading at GameSpot
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Nintendo Formally Apologizes For Joy-Con Drift

Nintendo Formally Apologizes For Joy-Con Drift

Nintendo has made a formal apology for Joy-Con dirft issues frequently experienced with the Nintendo Switch’s controllers, although is unable to provide further comment due to the problem being the subject of a current class-action lawsuit. [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/05/11/joy-con-drift-is-still-a-huge-problem-3-years-later”] The apology was made during Nintendo’s latest financial Q&A. “Regarding the Joy-Con, we apologize for any trouble caused to our customers,” said Shuntaro Furukawa, the company’s president, as reported by Kotaku. “We are continuing to aim to improve our products, but as the Joy-Con is the subject of a class-action lawsuit in the United States and this is still a pending issue, we would like to refrain from responding about any specific actions.” Joy-Con drift has been an issue hounding Nintendo Switch users for three years and counting. Since the console launched many players have found that their analogue sticks ‘drift’, meaning movement can be seen on-screen even when you are not touching the sticks at all. Last year Nintendo began to offer Joy-Con repairs for free and refunded those who had paid in previous years, but regardless it is still a huge issue in 2020. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=a-history-of-nintendo-hardware-1977-to-now&captions=true”] Last year US law firm Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo, stating that the Joy-Cons violate “various consumer protection statutes as well as various warranty and common law claims.” It’s angled against not just the standard Joy-Cons, but the analogue sticks on the Switch Lite, too. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.
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Ozark Returning for Two-Part Fourth and Final Season

Ozark Returning for Two-Part Fourth and Final Season

Netflix has announced that its Emmy Award-nominated family crime drama, Ozark, will return for a fourth and final season that will be split into two parts. Season four of Ozark will be 14 episodes long, with each part consisting of 7 episodes. It’s a finale format previously used for big critical hits such as Breaking Bad and Mad Men. [widget path=”global/article/imagegallery” parameters=”albumSlug=ozark-season-3-photos&captions=true”] The final season will once again be executive produced by showrunner and writer Chris Mundy and star Jason Bateman. Laura Linney, Julia Garner, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar Gaertner, Charlie Tahan, and Lisa Emery will all reprise their roles. In our review of Ozark Season 3, we noted that it’s still one of TV’s best crime dramas, with Jason Bateman and Laura Linney offering consistently excellent performances. Hopefully this final season will give the Byrde family the send-off they deserve. [poilib element=”accentDivider”] Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer. 
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Leaving Halo Behind: The Creation Of Disintegration | Audio Logs

Leaving Halo Behind: The Creation Of Disintegration | Audio Logs

On this episode of Audio Logs we talk to Marcus Lehto, co-creator of Master Chief, who left Bungie to found his own studio, V1 Interactive. Following the launch of V1’s debut title, Disintegration, Lehto talks about leaving AAA behind, and how working on Halo has shaped his latest project.
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