Daily Deals: Xbox One X Plus 2 Games, Discounted Oculus Go, Nintendo Switch Deals and More
Today’s spotlight deal is an incredible Xbox One X bundle from Walmart. Make no mistake, the Black Friday Xbox One X deal was very good, but it pales in comparison to this deal that Walmart just cooked up. Check it out, and more. Xbox One X Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Bundle + Call of Duty: Modern Warfare + 2nd Controller $349 Walmart brings back the Black Friday price for the Xbox One X Jedi: Fallen Order Bundle and tosses in one of the most popular games of 2019 along with a second PowerA wired controller for no extra cost. You won’t get a better deal on an Xbox One X this year. You can also upgrade from the included PowerA controller to the official Xbox controller for $25. Continue reading…
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Xbox Series X vs. PlayStation 5 Comparison Chart
See how the newly unveiled Xbox Series X console compares with what we know about the PlayStation 5 with our comparison chart.
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Star Wars: J.J. Abrams Wants the Theatrical Cuts of the Original Trilogy Released
As the premiere for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker draws closer, director J.J. Abrams has opened up about his desire to see the original cuts of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi released. The last official piece of physical media to contain the theatrical cuts of Episodes IV-VI was the 1995 THX VHS box-set. Since then, fans have been at a loss trying to find the original cuts to watch and/or show to those who’ve never seen them before. Talking to NowThis, Abrams explained that he tried asking Lucasfilm about the possibility of an original cut release, but hit a bit of a brick wall. “I’ve been told that, for reasons that I quite don’t understand, that that’s not necessarily possible,” he said. Continue reading…
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The Biggest Netflix Exclusives In 2020
The Biggest Netflix Exclusives In 2020While the streaming service landscape has become increasingly crowded in 2019–and it’s only going to get worse in 2020–Netflix remains one of the most-popular of them all. This past year, Netflix has shifted its focus to original programming, most likely because it’s losing content like The Office, Friends, and Disney movies to other various streaming services.While not every Netflix original is a hit, when a show lands, it lands hard, and it’s one of those watercooler shows or movies that gets everyone talking. In 2020, there is a lot of original and exclusive content coming to Netflix you’ll need to keep your eye on. From new seasons of your favorite shows, to comic book adaptations, to new content that sounds interesting, there is something for everyone coming down the line.We’ve gone through everything we know is coming in 2020 to pick out the 17 biggest and possibly best Netflix originals to watch next year. Most of these shows and movies don’t have specific release dates yet, but we have noted release information when we have it. Here’s what you should watch in 2020. Locke & KeyRelease date: February 7, 2020One of the many comic book adaptations coming out in 2020, Locke & Key is highly-anticipated from comic fans. In early December, we got a release date and poster for the upcoming series. Starring Darby Stanchfield (Scandal), Emilia Jones (Horrible Histories), Connor Jessup (American Crime), Bill Heck (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs), Thomas Mitchell Barnet, and Griffin Gluck (American Vandal), the show follows a three siblings who lose their family and move into their ancestral home. However, this house holds secrets and magical keys that give people extraordinary abilities. Locke & Key is an adaptation people have been waiting a long time for, and it’s almost here. Jurassic World: Camp CretaceousRelease date: Sometime in 2020Building on the world created by numerous big-budget summer blockbusters, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is an animated series that follows a group of teens who head to an adventure camp on Isla Nubar. And guess what? The dinosaurs on the island escape! The group has to survive and escape the rampaging dinos.There isn’t a lot known about the show at this time. Scott Kreamer and Lane Lueras will serve as showrunners and executive producers for the join and be joined by executive producers Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Colin Trevorrow. The Haunting…
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Here's How Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Will Handle Rey's Lineage
We’re less than a week out from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and while director J.J. Abrams has spoken about what he’s called Rian Johnson’s “unconventional approach” to The Last Jedi, Rise of Skywalker co-writer Chris Terrio has opened up about the creative process for crafting the final chapter in the Skywalker Saga. Talking to Rolling Stone, Terrio discussed trying to blend together the ideas about Rey’s origins that Abrams started in The Force Awakens and the story Kylo Ren told her in The Last Jedi, about her parents being junk traders. Continue reading…
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Watchmen: American Hero Story Wasn't a Shot at Zack Snyder
HBO’s Watchmen is not only one of the year’s most acclaimed new series, but it’s filled with fun Easter eggs that harken back to the original graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. On top of that, there are also a few punchy peculiarities that come with this alternate world – like the “show within a show” called American Hero Story that’s supposed to be a tell-all about Hooded Justice and The Minutemen. A few episodes have showed us clips from the faux series, which was a loving nod to producer Ryan Murphy’s TV empire (Murphy himself almost cameo’d as the creator of Americvan Hero Story). The series not only gets the actual history wrong (as we’d learn who Hooded Justice really was in Episode 6, “This Extraordinary Being”), but some fans noticed that an action scene, showing Hooded Justice’s debut, fighting bad guys in a store, was filmed in a hyper-stylized, ultra-violent way that seemed, at the time, like a dig at Zack Snyder’s Watchmen from 2009. Continue reading…
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What Can We Learn from the Name Xbox Series X?
Xbox chief Phil Spencer recently said that the next generation Xbox – at the time known as Project Scarlett – would be named in accordance with its purpose. So we speculated wildly. But now we have the official name: Xbox Series X. With that in mind, we went back to our staff to speculate about what that official name tells us about Microsoft’s new big black obelisk. Continue reading…
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IGN's Best Comic Books of 2019 Awards Have Been Decided
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High-End 4K TVs for Ballers and Show-offs
If money is no object and you want the best 4K TVs money can possibly buy, you’ve come to the right place.
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Beginner Tips and Tricks for Disco Elysium
Use these six tips to hone your detective skills.
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