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2018-11-15
It's that time again where we slowly round up the latest deals and discounts for many of the year's most impressive games. Though Black Friday doesn't kick off until November 23, we've already seen ads detailing the upcoming game discounts, including God of War. As one of the PS4's most impressive games of 2018, this reboot of the over-the-top and grand action-adventure series kicks off a surprising heartfelt new story.The Target ad for Black Friday 2018 led the way, confirming God of War will be on sale for $25. Since then, we've also gotten both Walmart and Best Buy ads, with both of those retailers offering the same discount. However, these sales won't be active until Black Friday, November 23. Still, it's good to stay up on the latest games now before the rush begins.Coming from Sony Santa Monica, the newest God of War game picks up many years after God of War III. Moving on from the setting of Ancient Greece, Kratos--the demi-god and son of Zeus--lives a life of solitude in a realm immersed in Norse mythology. As a single-player action-adventure game, it moved away slightly from the ultra-violence and schlocky style of the original games, telling a more personal story that dealt with fatherhood and coming to terms with your past--all while killing off monsters and other gods in gory fashion.In our review of God Of War, managing editor Peter Brown gave it a 9 and stated: "In many ways God of War is what the series has always been. It's a spectacular action game with epic set pieces, big-budget production values, and hard-hitting combat that grows more feverish and impressive as you progress. What may surprise you is how mature its storytelling has become. Like Kratos, God of War recalls the past while acknowledging the need to improve. Everything new it does is for the better, and everything it holds onto benefits as a result. Kratos is no longer a predictable brute. God of War is no longer an old-fashioned action series. With this reboot, it confidently walks a new path that will hopefully lead to more exciting adventures to come."If you want to see where you can find these deals for God of War, then check out our roundup below. Expect many more deals to pop up in the days approaching Black Friday. As a reminder, these deals aren't active yet, so stick with GameSpot to see when you can take advantage of them and if more deals from other retailers come up.God Of War$25 -- Best Buy$25 -- Target$25 -- Walmart$30 -- GameStopBest Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
While individual retailers continue to roll out their Black Friday preview ads, Sony has now outlined its official PlayStation 4 deals. These will be available at both retail stores and its digital marketplace this month. The discounts will be good from November 18-26 in the USA, or November 22-30 in Canada. Those include discounts on system bundles, accessories like controllers and PlayStation VR, and a subscription to PlayStation Plus. We've already rounded up all of the PS4 deals so far as well as the best place to buy a PS4, but read on for what Sony has officially shared.You can pick up a Spider-Man PS4 bundle for $200 US / $260 CAN, which nets you a 1TB standard PS4 system with a copy of the game from Insomniac. You can also pick up extra controllers for $40 US / $50 CAN, including some of the color variants like Blue Camouflage and Magma Red. The PlayStation VR has also been marked down to $200 / $250 CAN.The announcement also teased a deal on a PlayStation Plus 12-month subscription, along with discounts on various games through the digital PlayStation Store from November 16-27. While it didn't mention specific prices, it did tease a discounted price on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 coming to Plus subscribers starting today.Black Friday is a good time to pick up some deals on games across a lot of platforms and retailers, and some sales have already started. You can check out all of those and a lot more in our growing collection of Black Friday roundups.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Though Black Friday 2018 isn't here just yet, we've already caught wind of a number of planned deals. One of which we've highlighted here is for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the current game in the long-running series. In addition to featuring the traditional multiplayer and zombies modes, Treyarch's newest entry debuted the franchise's first jump into the battle royale craze with Blackout, which is among the game's most well-received offerings.We first saw Black Ops 4 pop up in the Target ad for $45, but it turns out it won't have the cheapest way to buy the game. Best Buy ($45) and Walmart ads ($40) have also been released, so it's currently Walmart where you can expect to get the price, pending any other deals that pop up. As of the time of this post, these Black Friday deals are not yet available, so going to these sites now will only show the current retail price. However, once Black Friday rolls around, you'll be able to claim these titles at a discounted price.Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is no doubt one of the more experimental entries in recent years, yet it still offered a satisfying package to dive into. While last year's World War II was well received, Black Ops 4 offered a larger focus on giving players new ways to experience COD gameplay across its key gameplay pillars, which includes multiplayer, zombies--featuring multiple storylines and levels--the new Blackout battle royale game type, and a light story mode focusing on each of the playable Specialists.Reviews editor Kallie Plagge gave the game an 8 in our review of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and stated: "Black Ops 4 isn't short on content, and its three main modes are substantial. Multiplayer introduces more tactical mechanics without forcing you into them, and it largely strikes a good balance. Zombies has multiple deep, secret-filled maps to explore, though its returning characters don't hold up and prove distracting. Finally, Blackout pushes Call of Duty in an entirely new direction, making use of aspects from both multiplayer and Zombies for a take on the battle royale genre that stands on its own. Sure, there isn't a traditional single-player campaign, but with the depth and breadth of what is there, Black Ops 4 doesn't need it."Here are the links to the deals you can find on Target, and we'll update this post with any other deals that come in from other retailers. If you're at all curious about World War II, there is also a planned Target deal for Call of Duty: WWII as well for $25. Again, these deals won't go live till Black Friday, which takes place on November 23. Be sure to check back with GameSpot and other deals going live sometime later.Call of Duty: Black Ops 4PS4$40 -- Walmart$45 -- Best Buy$45 -- TargetXbox One$40 -- Walmart$45 -- Best Buy$45 -- Target$48 -- Xbox Store [digital]Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Joining retailers like Target, Walmart, and Best Buy, Microsoft has pulled the trigger early and announced many of the deals that will be available through the Microsoft Store on Black Friday 2018. While the official date for the shopping holiday is November 23, Black Friday prices begin online at 12 AM ET November 22 / 9 PM PT November 21.What kind of deals will we see? For starters, you'll be able to save money on Xbox One consoles. The Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle will be $100 off, bringing it down to $200. If you have a 4K TV or plan to get one soon, you might be better off picking up an Xbox One X for $400 (also $100 off). Xbox One X and S bundles will be $70 off; these include pack-in games like Battlefield V, Fallout 76, NBA 2K19, and more.If you're in the market for services and you're not already a member, you can get a one-month membership to Xbox Game Pass for $1; that deal is actually live now and will continue through Black Friday. Xbox Game Pass lets you download and play a selection of over 100 games, including all games recently published by Microsoft, like Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 4. Starting November 15, new members can get a month's worth of Xbox Live Gold for $1 as well.Starting on November 22, you can save $10 off Xbox Design Lab wireless controllers, whose color combinations you can design yourself. If you're fine with the pre-made Xbox One controller designs, you'll be able to pick those up for $20 off (including Elite Xbox One controllers).No individual game discounts have been announced yet, but we've been assured we'll see price drops on at least a few games on Black Friday. You can see more items in Microsoft's Black Friday sneak peek, or check out all of the Black Friday deals announced so far.Xbox One S Minecraft Creators Bundle -- $200Xbox One X -- $400Xbox One S and X Bundles -- $70 offXbox Game Pass (one month) -- $1Xbox Live Gold (one month) -- $1Xbox Design Lab Wireless Controllers -- $10 offXbox One Wireless Controllers -- $20 offBest Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
A war is raging inside the hearts of American consumers. The only way to quench it is by crashing the gates of retail stores and spending their coin on precious legendary items at a deep discount. Don't worry, these feelings will all be purged from your system on November 23, Black Friday. The day after Thanksgiving is when retailers across the country offer discounted prices on many items, including televisions, and Walmart is one of the big players during this event.Walmart recently revealed its deals in a circular that outlines what you can expect this upcoming Black Friday, which includes some deep discounts on games. If you're in the market for a new television, Walmart has a few brand-name and off-brand products at discounted prices. Both TCL and RCA have 65" 4K TVs available for roughly $400, but the RCA is not a smart TV. Luckily, you can make a quick upgrade by picking up the Google Mini and Chromecast bundle for $45. Additionally, this Walmart-exclusive bundle comes with a $15 credit to the streaming service Vudu, so you can rent a few movies or buy one as soon as everything is up and running.Walmart has some deals on tablets as well. If you're in the market for a new iPad, you can pick up a 6th Gen, 32GB one for $249. Also, a 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab will be on sale for $129. But if you're short on cash and really want a tablet, there is the 16GB RCA Voyager III for $28.Many deals will be available online on Wednesday, November 21 starting at 10 PM ET / 7 PM PT, while the in-store shopping kicks off on Thursday, November 22 at 6 PM, locally. Make sure to check with your local Walmart as hours may vary. We've also rounded up when all the Black Friday sales start.Below you'll find the list of some of Walmart's best Black Friday deals in TV and tech. You can click the links for more information about most of the products. However, remember that it's first come, first served for these items, which are limited. So if you're planning on getting these deals, you may as well storm the gates with everyone else.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday DealsTVs:Hisense 40" Class 1080p TV -- $99TCL 65" Class 4K Roku Smart TV -- $398RCA 65" Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV -- $399Samsung 32" Class Smart TV -- $178Samsung 55" Class 4K Smart TV -- $398Sharp 50" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV -- $249Sharp 55" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV -- $300VIZIO 60" Class 4K Smart TV -- $498TV Accessories:LG 37" 2.1 300W Sound Bar -- $99LG Smart Blu-ray Player -- $49ONN 37" 2.0 30W Soundbar -- $29ONN Full Motion TV Mount -- $27Samsung 38" 4.1 200W Soundbar -- $169TV Streaming:Roku Ultra with JBL Headphones -- $48Roku SE -- $20Tech:BeatsX Wireless Earphones -- $75Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones -- $99Fitbit Versa -- $149Pac-Man or Galaga Retro Arcade Machine -- $249Tablets:Apple iPad (6th generation) 32GB -- $249RCA Voyager III Tablet 16 GB -- $28Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6" 16GB-- $129Smart Home:Google Home Hub -- $99Google Home Mini -- $25Google Mini and Chromecast Bundle (w/ bonus $15 Vudu credit) -- $45 Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Black Friday is quickly approaching on Friday, November 23, the day after Thanksgiving in the US. Walmart has released its circular for the retail holiday, and it contains hundreds of physical copies of moves and television shows--along with TVs--for exceptionally low prices.There will be hundreds of movies on sale during the event. In the circular, Walmart only listed a small portion of what will be available in store. It states over 110 movies will be priced at $2, 180 at $4, 70 at $6, 30 at $8, 50 at $9, and 90 at $10. The selection will be very wide for the Black Friday event, but there is a limited stock, so you'll want to get to your local Walmart early to pick these up. Luckily, Marvel movies are on sale at a number of stores.From the $2 items listed on site, there isn't anything exceptionally notable, aside from the original Jumanji on DVD. There were, however, a couple decent selections on Blu-ray in the $4 category: Spider-Man: Homecoming and Home Alone. Walmart is also discounting a few movies in 4K to under $10 like Wonder Woman, Deadpool 2, and Rampage. You can also pick up this year's Mission Impossible: Fallout for only $8, but keep in mind, this is a digital code for Vudu and not a physical copy.Many of these deals, including games, will be available online on Wednesday, November 21 starting at 10 PM ET / 7 PM PT, while the in-store shopping kicks off on Thursday, November 22 at 6 PM, locally. Walmart will not be closing during the early morning hours. However, make sure to check with your local Walmart as hours may vary.Below is the full list of the DVDs, Blu-rays, and 4K movies listed in the Walmart Black Friday ad. This is not the complete list, but if more get added, this list will be updated.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsDVDs:Movies:Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $2The Peanuts Movie -- $2Rio 2 -- $2Jumanji -- $2Smurfs -- $2Captain Underpants -- $2Fifty Shades Freed -- $2Jurassic Park -- $2The Secret Life of Pets -- $2Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip -- $2Jurassic World -- $2San Andreas -- $2It (1990) -- $2The Wizard of Oz -- $2Goosebumps -- $2Ice Age: Collision Course -- $2Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle -- $4Justice League -- $4Wonder Woman -- $4Ferdinand -- $4Hotel Transylvania 3 -- $4Despicable Me 3 -- $4How the Grinch Stole Christmas -- $4Spongebob Christmas $4The Greatest Showman -- $4The Fate of the Furious -- $4Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom -- $4Deadpool 2 -- $6Miracle on 34th Street -- $6Annihilation -- $6Sherlock Gnomes -- $6Ice Age Movie Collection -- $6Solo: A Star Wars Story -- $8Avengers: Infinity War -- $8TV:The Flash: Season 4 -- $10Game of Thrones: Season 5 -- $10Rick and Morty: Season 3 -- $10The Big Bang Theory: Season 11 -- $10The Walking Dead Season 8 -- $10Blu-Ray:Movies:Mission Impossible: Fall Out -- $8 (Digital only through Vudu)Spider-Man:Homecoming -- $4Hotel Transylvania 2 -- $4Angry Birds -- $4Home Alone $4Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle -- $6The Greatest Showman -- $6Rampage -- $6Fifty Shades Freed -- $6Pacific Rim: Uprising -- $6The Fate of the Furious -- $6Split -- $6John Wick: Chapter 2 -- $6Justice League -- $6Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom -- $8Deadpool 2 -- $8Hotel Transylvania 3 -- $8Ready Player One -- $9A Quiet Place -- $9Skyscraper -- $9Tomb Raider -- $94K:Movies:Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom -- $9John Wick Chapter 2 -- $9Hotel Transylvania 3 -- $9Deadpool 2 -- $9Rampage -- $9Wonder Woman -- $9The Greatest Showman -- $9 Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Everyone knows the biggest shopping day of the year is Black Friday, and this year's monster sales event lands on November 23 (although some Black Friday deals will start earlier). It's the time when all the biggest retailers drop prices on items of all kinds--from video games and movies to TVs and furniture--in an effort to make a killing as the holiday shopping season officially begins.Just like with any situation that can put a hefty strain on your credit cards, it's best to go into Black Friday prepared. We've already covered what to expect from Black Friday 2018, but below we've compiled some of the smartest ways to save as much money as possible on the things you want, while still being financially responsible.1. Make a List BeforehandOnce the deals go live, it's easy to get swept up in the hype and go on a spending spree. When that happens, though, you'll often end up with a pile of items you don't actually need. If you make a list of what you really want before the Black Friday deals begin, you'll be better prepared to stick to the list and let the inessential deals pass you by, no matter how good the prices are.2. Check the AdsNearly all of the big retailers that participate in Black Friday release Black Friday ads in the weeks leading up to the big event. You can find these pretty easily on their websites, or you can see our roundups of things like Target's gaming deals (or its best gaming deals). Take a look at the ads and make a plan for which items you want to buy, and where. Because stock can run out fast on the best deals, prioritize your purchases and plan what you want to buy and when it will be available.3. Make a BudgetGetting great deals is a positive thing, but overextending yourself financially is not. If money is tight, a central part of your Black Friday planning should be making a budget and pledging to stick to it. Budgeting might not be the most fun or glamorous thing to do, but will help you out enormously in the long run.4. Use Social MediaFor real-time updates on when Black Friday sales go live, your best resource is social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. You can follow GameSpot Deals on Twitter to find bargains on video games, consoles, and accessories. Another great resource is SlickDeals, a sale-tracking site that surfaces the best deals in just about every product category (it has a Twitter account as well).5. Comparison ShopIf you see a deal you want, it's always a good idea to check the item's price at other retailers before you buy. The only potential issue on Black Friday is missing out on highly sought-after items because you spent too much time looking elsewhere. So unless the deal you're considering is a doorbuster, you don't have anything to lose by exercising due diligence and comparing prices.6. Check Price HistoryUnfortunately, not all of the deals you'll see on Black Friday represent top-of-the-line savings. To make sure the item you're about to buy is a good deal, it's wise to check a price history tracker like Camelcamelcamel. There, you can see how low the price has dropped in the past and how often it fluctuates, which can help you determine if now is a good time to buy.7. Don't Get Bummed If You See a Better Deal LaterOnce Black Friday rolls around, you'll see deals popping up left and right. Doorbusters will go in and out of stock, Amazon's Lightning Deals will flicker into existence before vanishing, and surprise deals will arrive at random. If you make a purchase and then see a better deal later, don't be too upset.For one thing, you might be able to return the item you paid a higher price for. Just make sure to look at the retailer's return policy before buying at the lower price, because you might have to pay a restocking fee or cover the cost of return shipping. At that point, the better deal might not actually save you money once all is said and done.Those are our Black Friday shopping tips. Let us know in the comments if you have tips of your own.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsInfo from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Are you tired of looking at that tiny television sitting on that gross coffee table? How would you like a brand-new, large and in charge TV complete with a swiveling wall mount and a rad surround sound system? What if I told you that you can have all that for an unbelievable price? Well, you can have it all this Black Friday, the annual retail holiday taking place after Thanksgiving. Door-to-door salesman speech aside, Best Buy released its circular featuring a tsunami of deals on TVs, TV accessories, streaming devices, and more, and we have some highlighted deals you may be interested in.Best Buy's Black Friday sale kicks off on Thursday, November 22 at 5 PM, and hundreds of the deals listed in the circular are available in store, right now, until Sunday. Retail stores will close its doors at 1 AM on November 23 then reopen at 8 AM that morning. However, you may want to check with your local retailer for the hours, as they may vary.Additionally, My Best Buy members get access to these Black Friday discounts before anyone else. On Sunday, November 18, Elite Plus and Elite members of the service get access to the sales. And then on Monday November 19 and Tuesday, November 20, all My Best Buy members will be able to get the Black Friday discounts. You can sign up at Best Buy to prepare yourself for the holiday.There are plenty of doorbuster sales, so it's first come, first served for many of the items listed below. If you're in the new market for a TV, Best Buy will have you covered on the retail holiday. If you're planning on going big--or going home--there is an 82" Samsung 4K smart TV on sale for roughly $2500. If that breaks the bank, the cheapest large television you can get is a 65" 4K smart TV from Samsung for $600 or a 70" LG 4K smart TV for $700.Best Buy also has accessories for your living room as well. A 2.1 channel Sony soundbar with wireless subwoofer is priced at $149 and a full-motion TV mount from Rocketfish will be $100. Additionally, if you're in the market for a universal remote, there's a nice one from Logitech for $60.Beyond that, Best Buy has a sale on streaming and smart home devices as well as tablets and headphones. If you're looking for anything technology related at a discounted price, Best Buy may be the way to be. Check out some of the highlighted items below.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTVs:Insignia 32" LED 720p HDTV -- $90Insignia 32" LED 720p HDTV Amazon Fire Edition -- $130Insignia 39" LED 720p HDTV -- $130Insignia 50" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $280LG 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $270LG 55" OLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1700 [Doorbuster]LG 65" OLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $2600 [Doorbuster]LG 70" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $700 [Doorbuster]LG 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1000 [Doorbuster]Samsung 32" LED 1080p HDTV -- $198Samsung 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $278 [Doorbuster]Samsung 49" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $598Samsung 50" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $328Samsung 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $398 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" LED 4K Premium UHD Smart TV -- $748 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" QLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $998 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $600 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" LED 4K Premium UHD Smart TV -- $998 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65"QLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1298 [Doorbuster]Samsung 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1198Samsung 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1598 [Doorbuster]Samsung 82" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $2498Sharp 40" LED 1080p Smart HDTV -- $150Sharp 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV With Roku -- $250 [Doorbuster]Sony 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1000 [Doorbuster]Sony 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV w/ Google Assistant -- $1600Sony 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1800TCL -- 32" LED 1080p Smart Roku HDTV -- $150Toshiba 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV Amazon Fire Edition -- $130 [Doorbuster, in store only]Toshiba 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV Amazon Fire Edition -- $350TV Accessories:LG Streaming Audio Blu-Ray Player -- $50LG 2.1 Channel 300W Soundbar w/ Wireless Subwoofer -- $120LG Streaming 4K Hi-Res Audio Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player -- $150Logitech Harmony Ultimate One 15-Device Universal Remote -- $60Rocketfish Tilting TV Wall Mount (32"-70") -- $40Rocketfish Full-Motion TV Wall Mount (40"-75") -- $100Samsung Streaming 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player -- $118Samsung Streaming 4K UHD Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player -- $200Samsung 5.1 channel Soundbar w/ 6.5" Wireless Subwoofer -- $280Samsung 2.1 Channel 300W Soundbar w/ wireless Subwoofer -- $140Sanus Super Slim Fixed TV Wall Mount (32"-64") -- $30Sanus Premium Series Tilt TV Wall Mount (42"-90") -- $60Sonos Beam Soundbar w/ Amazon Alexa -- $350Sonos One Wireless Speaker w/ Amazon Alexa -- $175Sonos SUB Wireless Subwoofer -- $600Sony Streaming 4K UHD Hi-Res Audio Blu-Ray Player -- $150Sony 2.1 Channel Soundbar w/ Wireless Subwoofer -- $149Sony 7.1.2 Channel Soundbar w/ Wireless Subwoofer -- $1200TV Streaming:Amazon Fire TV Stick -- $25Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with Voice Remote -- $35Amazon Fire TV Cube -- $60Apple TV 4K 32 GB -- $180Google Chromecast -- $25 (2 for $45)Google Chromecast Ultra -- $50Roku Streaming Stick -- $30Roku Ultra (4K) -- $50Tech:Beats by Dr. Dre - Powerbeats Wireless In-Ear Headphones -- $100Bose Soundsport In-Ear Headphones -- $50Bose QuietComfort Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones -- $300Fitbit Versa Smartwatch -- $150Fitbit Alta HR Activity Tracker -- $80Fitbit Charge 3 Activity Tracker -- $120Garmin Vivoactive 3 Smart Watch -- $200Garmin Forerunner 235 GPS Running Watch -- $200JBL Flip 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker -- $60SanDisk Clip Sport Plus 16GB MP3 Player -- $40Sony Portable Bluetooth Speaker -- $35Sony Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones -- $100Sony 1000XM2 Premium Noise Canceling Headphones -- $200 [Doorbuster]Tablets:Amazon Fire 7" Tablet 8GB -- $30 [Doorbuster]Amazon Fire HD 8" Tablet 16GB -- $50 [Doorbuster]Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2015 release) -- $80Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7" 32GB -- $400Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" 16GB -- $160Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite 7" 8GB -- $70Smart Home:Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation) -- $20 [Doorbuster]Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Generation) -- $25Amazon Echo (2nd Generation) -- $70Amazon Echo Spot -- $90Amazon Echo Show -- $100Amazon Echo Show (2nd Generation) -- $180Amazon Echo Plus (2nd Generation) w/ Free Hue a19 white bulb -- $110Google Home Hub -- $100 [Doorbuster]Google Home Mini -- $25 [Doorbuster]Google Home -- $80Lenovo 8" Smart Display w/ Google Assistant -- $100Facebook 10.1" Portal w/ Alexa -- $150Ring Video Doorbell 2 (Free Amazon Echo Dot, 3rd Gen, with purchase) -- $140 [Doorbuster] Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
We're halfway through November, and that means it's time to plan out your Black Friday shopping. Up until the actual event--Black Friday starts on November 23 or sooner--retailers will be revealing their huge deals for the holiday season. The first to show off their wares was Target, though that's quickly been followed by Walmart and Best Buy. Aside from a ton of deals on video games, Target also has plenty of TVs and tech for sale on the retail holiday.Instead of blindly rampaging through the retail giant, you can plan out your excursion with the list of selected items below or through the full Black Friday ad from Target's website. The deals are available online, but if you want to bravely battle the crowds, Game of Thrones-style, Target's doors open at 5 PM on Thursday, November 22 and will stay open until 1 AM on Friday, November 23. Target will re-open at 7 AM that morning. Hours may vary depending on location. It's first come, first served for the items and there will be limited quantities for everything in the Target ad.Like every year, the main focus is on TVs. There are 21 televisions featured in the ad, with almost all of them being doorbuster promotions. You'll have to make your Lord of the Rings-esque journey to a local Target for these deals rather than buy them online. There are plenty of great Samsung TVs on sale, most of which are 4K Smart TVs. You can get $180 off a 65" 4K Smart TV for $650 or get the curved version for $800--which saves you $300. There is also an LG 4K Smart TV on sale for $750, saving $150 from the original price. The cheapest 4K TV for Black Friday is a 55' from Element for $200.If you're looking to add some upgrades to your TV, you can add a Sony 4K Blu-ray player for $150, and that's a savings of $100. You can add a soundbar from Samsung for $120, so you can experience your movies with theater-quality sound. Amazon, Google, and Roku all have streaming devices on sale as well, for as little as $25 for the Fire TV Stick.Check out the "best of" list for Target below and the items prices. More may be added to the Black Friday list, so we'll keep you updated if there are any changes.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget Black Friday DealsTVs:Element 32" Smart LED TV -- $120 [Doorbuster]Element 55" Smart 4K UHD -- $200LG 43" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $270 [Doorbuster]LG 49" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $330 [Doorbuster]LG 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $470 [Doorbuster]LG 60" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $550 [Doorbuster]LG 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $750 [Doorbuster]Philips 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $250 [Doorbuster]Polaroid 32" LED TV -- $80 [Doorbuster]Samsung 32" Smart LED TV -- $180 [Doorbuster]Samsung 43" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $280 [Doorbuster]Samsung 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $330 [Doorbuster]Samsung Curved 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $580 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $400 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $650 [Doorbuster]Samsung Curved 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $800 [Doorbuster]TCL Roku 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart TV -- $350 [Doorbuster]VIZIO 40" Smart LED TV -- $200 [Doorbuster]VIZIO 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $300 [Doorbuster]Westinghouse 40" 1080p FHD Smart TV -- $125 [Doorbuster]Westinghouse 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $230 [Doorbuster]TV Accessories:Amazon Fire TV Stick -- $25Google Chromecast Video -- $25Google Chromecast Ultra -- $50Roku streaming stick with Enhanced Voice Remote -- $30Roku Ultra streaming stick -- $50Samsung 2.1 Channel 130W Soundbar -- $120 [Doorbuster]Sony 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player -- $150VIZIO 28" 2-Channel Soundbar -- $50 [Doorbuster]Tech:Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) -- $200Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS+Cellular) -- $300Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones (Neighborhood Collection) -- $180Beats Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones (Neighborhood Collection) -- $90Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker -- $70Fitbit Alta HR -- $80Fitbit Charge 3 -- $120Fitbit Versa Smartwatch -- $149Fossil Q Venture Gen 3 Venture smartwatch -- $165Garmin vívofit jr. kids’ activity monitor -- $50JBL Flip 4 waterproof speaker -- $60Samsung Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch -- $200Samsung Galaxy Watch 42mm Rose Gold -- $260Star Wars Hero Droid BB-8 -- $50 [Doorbuster]Computers and Tablets:Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet -- $100Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition 16GB tablet -- $70HP 11.6" Chromebook -- $120 [Doorbuster]HP X360 convertible touchscreen Chromebook -- $200Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1" Android tablet -- $160Smart Home:Amazon Echo Dot (Gen 2) -- $20 [Doorbuster]Amazon Echo Dot (Gen 3) -- $25 [Doorbuster]Amazon Echo (Gen 2) -- $70 [Doorbuster]Google Home Mini -- $25Google Home -- $80 [Doorbuster]Google Home Hub -- $100 [Doorbuster]Ring video doorbell -- $100 Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Electronics and television giant Samsung, has quite a few Black Friday deals on televisions for the upcoming retail holiday, taking place the day after Thanksgiving on Friday, November 23. It's a time where the people of the United States invade retail stores like the Chitauri entering New York City. Shoppers are looking for the best deals on everything from video games to electronics to this year's hottest items, in hopes of getting their Christmas presents for cheap.For many people, this is the perfect time to buy a new television, as most retailers have some pretty deep discounts on all their TVs during this time. Whether you're looking for a huge new 4K smart TV or something smaller and cheaper to give away as a gift, stores like Best Buy, Target, Kohl's, Meijer, and more have them available for the upcoming Black Friday.There are a few 65" televisions available this Black Friday, three of which can be found at Target. Two of these are from Samsung, both of which are 4K and smart TVs. One is $650 and the curved one is $800. Additionally, there is an LG 4K smart TV for $750. All of these are doorbuster deals, so it's first come, first served when Target opens on on Thursday, November 22 at 5PM. The store will close at 1AM on Friday, November 23, then re-open at 7AM that morning. However, you may want to check with your local stores, as times may vary.If you are in the market for something small and cheap, there are a few HDTVs for under $200. At Meijer, there is a Element 55" Smart Roku 4K UHD TV for $200; however, it's part of the store's doorbuster deals, so supplies will be limited, but the deals will be good Thursday, November 22 at 6 AM-Friday, November 23. Again, check with your local stores to see if opening times vary.Check out all the TV deals from this year's Black Friday circulars, so far. If you're on the lookout for more huge deals, check out our round-up of all the Black Friday specials.Best Black Friday DealsThe Best Game Deals On Black FridayPS4's Best Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsTarget's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart's Best Black Friday 2018 Game DealsAll The Game DealsBlack Friday 2018 DealsWhen The Black Friday Sales StartPS4 Black Friday 2018 DealsNintendo Switch Black Friday 2018 DealsXbox One Black Friday 2018 DealsTarget Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest Buy Black Friday 2018 Game DealsWalmart Black Friday 2018 Game DealsGameStop Black Friday 2018 Game DealsBest BuyInsignia 32" LED 720p HDTV -- $90Insignia 32" LED 720p HDTV Amazon Fire Edition -- $130Insignia 39" LED 720p HDTV -- $130Insignia 50" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $280LG 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $270LG 55" OLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1700 [Doorbuster]LG 65" OLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $2600 [Doorbuster]LG 70" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $700 [Doorbuster]LG 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1000 [Doorbuster]Samsung 32" LED 1080p HDTV -- $198Samsung 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $278 [Doorbuster]Samsung 49" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $598Samsung 50" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $328Samsung 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $398 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" LED 4K Premium UHD Smart TV -- $748 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" QLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $998 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $600 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" LED 4K Premium UHD Smart TV -- $998 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65"QLED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1298 [Doorbuster]Samsung 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1198Samsung 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1598 [Doorbuster]Samsung 82" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $2498Sharp 40" LED 1080p Smart HDTV -- $150Sharp 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV With Roku -- $250 [Doorbuster]Sony 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1000 [Doorbuster]Sony 65" LED 4K UHD Smart TV w/ Google Assistant -- $1600Sony 75" LED 4K UHD Smart TV -- $1800TCL -- 32" LED 1080p Smart Roku HDTV -- $150Toshiba 43" LED 4K UHD Smart TV Amazon Fire Edition -- $130 [Doorbuster, in store only]Toshiba 55" LED 4K UHD Smart TV Amazon Fire Edition -- $350TargetElement 32" Smart LED TV -- $120 [Doorbuster]Element 55" Smart 4K UHD -- $200LG 43" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $270 [Doorbuster]LG 49" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $330 [Doorbuster]LG 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $470 [Doorbuster]LG 60" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $550 [Doorbuster]LG 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $750 [Doorbuster]Philips 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $250 [Doorbuster]Polaroid 32" LED TV -- $80 [Doorbuster]Samsung 32" Smart LED TV -- $180 [Doorbuster]Samsung 43" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $280 [Doorbuster]Samsung 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $330 [Doorbuster]Samsung Curved 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $580 [Doorbuster]Samsung 55" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $400 [Doorbuster]Samsung 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $650 [Doorbuster]Samsung Curved 65" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $800 [Doorbuster]TCL Roku 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart TV -- $350 [Doorbuster]VIZIO 40" Smart LED TV -- $200 [Doorbuster]VIZIO 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $300 [Doorbuster]Westinghouse 40" 1080p FHD Smart TV -- $125 [Doorbuster]Westinghouse 50" 4K HDR UHD Smart TV -- $230 [Doorbuster]WalmartHisense 40" Class 1080p TV -- $99TCL 65" Class 4K Roku Smart TV -- $398RCA 65" Class 4K Ultra HD LED TV -- $399Samsung 32" Class Smart TV -- $178Samsung 55" Class 4K Smart TV -- $398Sharp 50" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV -- $249Sharp 55" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV -- $300VIZIO 60" Class 4K Smart TV -- $498JC Penny's55" LG UHD 4K LED TV -- $400CostcoTCL 50" 4K UHD LED TV -- $280Vizio 40" HD SmartTV -- $200 (Online only)Vizio 55" 4K UHD SmartTV -- $450Kohl'sSamsung 58" 4K Smart TV + $165 Kohl's Cash -- $550 [Doorbuster]LG 49" 4K Smart TV + $90 Kohl's Cash -- $330 [Doorbuster]MeijerDoorbuster 6am Thursday-Friday, November 23Element 32" LED HDTV -- $90Element 40" LED HDTV -- $130Element 50" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $220Element 55" Smart Roku 4K UHD TV -- $200 [Doorbuster]Element 65" smart Amazon 4K UHD TV -- $400 [Friday only]LG 43" LED TV -- $220LG 49" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $330LG 65" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $600Samsung 32" LED TV -- $170Samsung 43" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $280Samsung 55" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $400Vizio 40" Smart LED TV -- $200Vizio 50" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $300Vizio 55" Smart 4K UHD TV -- $380Samsung43" Class NU7100 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $35050" Class NU7100 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $42055" Class NU7300 Curved Smart 4K UHD TV -- $58055" Class NU7100 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $52058" Class NU7100 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $55065" Class NU6900 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $65075" Class NU6900 Smart 4K UHD TV -- $1200Sam's ClubSamsung 75" Class 4k (2160p) and Xbox One S (1TB) -- $1280VIZIO D-Series™ 65” Class 4K HDR Smart TV -- $529LG 70" Class 4K HDR Smart LED AI UHD TV w/ThinQ (And $100 gift card) -- $869LG 86" Class 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV -- $2500 (Online only)VIZIO M-Series 55" Class (54.5" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV -- $450 (Online only)LG 43" Class 4K HDR Smart LED UHD TV -- $269 (Online only)Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
The first wave of Gen 4 Pokemon arrived in Pokemon Go early last month, and since then, developer Niantic has been gradually introducing more monsters originally from the Sinnoh region. During Pokemon Go's third annual Halloween event, Niantic added a handful of new Ghost- and Dark-type Pokemon, and now a few more are available.Gen 4 was notable for introducing a variety of new evolutions for older Pokemon such as Electabuzz, Magmar, and Rhydon, and now a number of these have been added to Pokemon Go. You're able to obtain Electivire, Magmortar, Rhyperior, Togekiss, Weavile, Porygon-Z, and several other new Pokemon if you have their previous forms and the requisite number of Candies.You'll also need one more item in order to obtain these evolutions: the Sinnoh Stone. However, getting your hands on one may require a bit of work. At present, it seems the only way to acquire a Sinnoh Stone is through a Research Breakthrough, which is achieved when you complete enough Field Research tasks.Coinciding with the arrival of the new Gen 4 Pokemon is another in-game event. From now until November 27, Niantic is holding the Hatchathon event, which gives you a chance to hatch Rhyhorn, Magby, Porygon, and other Pokemon that have evolved forms first introduced in the Gen 4 games from 2 km Eggs. On top of that, you'll be able to hatch a Shiny Elekid if you're lucky.The Pokemon series' next console titles, Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, release for Nintendo Switch on November 16. The pair feature connectivity with Pokemon Go; you're able to transfer any Gen 1 Pokemon from the mobile game over to the Switch titles. Doing so will reward you with the Mystery Box, which is the key to catching the new Mythical Pokemon Meltan.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Electronic Arts has shared more details on its upcoming Command & Conquer remasters. In a blog post, EA started off by confirming that it is remastering 1995's Command & Conquer: Tiberian Dawn and 1996's Command & Conquer: Red Alert. That game's expansion packs, including Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and Aftermath, will also get remastered.In its blog post, EA also stressed that the new remasters are coming "without microtransactions," which sounds like good news.EA is working with Petroglyph Games to develop the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection, which comprises Tiberian Dawn and Red Alert. The Las Vegas-based studio has a history with Command & Conquer, as some of its founding members worked on the original game at Westwood Studios before joining Petroglyph.In its statement, EA said it hopes its partnership with Petroglyph will go a long way toward helping people feel comfortable about how the remaster collection will be handled."In addition to the excitement and support of this remaster initiative over the past month, there has also been a healthy skepticism that we can pull this off," EA said. "How are we possibly going to remaster these titles while maintaining the authenticity of the original experiences? Bottom line, there is no better way to achieve this than to partner with some of the talented developers who brought these original games to life."What's more, EA also confirmed that the original Command & Conquer audio director and composer, Frank Klepacki, has returned to Petroglyph to work on the new remaster collection.EA also recruited established CG company Lemon Sky Studios to work on the Command & Conquer remaster package. Lemon Sky has worked on loads of games in the past, including Diablo III: Eternal Collection, Spider-Man PS4, StarCraft Remastered, Dead Rising 4, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Bloodborne, Gears of War 4, and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, among many others.There is no word as of yet regarding when the Command & Conquer remaster collection will launch or other key particulars about it, but keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest. EA previously said it it might release the remasters to celebrate the franchise's 25th anniversary, which could mean they'll launch in 2020.At E3 this year, EA announced Command & Conquer: Rivals, a 1v1 free-to-play game that is currently available through an alpha. A public release will come later.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Telltale Games appears to be shutting down. According to GameDaily, the troubled Northern California game studio behind the acclaimed Walking Dead series is shuttering, and has enlisted the help of an outside company, Sherwood Partners, to assist in the closure of the company.Co-founder Martin Pitchinson told GameDaily that Sherwood will be overseeing the liquidation of Telltale's assets. Not only this, but an ex-employee told the site that the remaining health benefits mandated by law for affected eligible employees will come to an end on November 30.This development is no big surprise. In September, the studio laid off the majority of its staff, reportedly paying no severance to affected developers. Only a small "skeleton crew" remained on staff, and now it appears the true end is in sight for Telltale.All of this happened amid Telltale's The Walking Dead: Final Season. For a period of time it was unclear if the series would be finished, and eventually The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's studio, Skybound, announced that it would step in to release Episodes 3 and 4.Additionally, GameDaily reports that a number of Telltale's games have been removed from Steam, which now makes more sense given that the company may be going under.For more on the Telltale Games situation, check out GameSpot's timeline of the key events.This story has been updated to reflect that Telltale has not entered bankruptcy proceedings.Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Amazon Prime Video is adding to its stack of original programming in a very big way. Amazon announced that it has reached a deal with Blumhouse, the Hollywood production company behind movies like Get Out, Split, Insidious, and Halloween most recently, to make eight "feature-length productions" for Amazon Prime Video.Little is know about what the content will be, but Amazon said it's committed to "attaching diverse and underrepresented filmmakers to direct and bring these titles to life."In a statement, Blumhouse founder Jason Blum said this new deal with Amazon gives the production company the ability to "empower underrepresented filmmakers offering a fresh take on the dark genres loved by fans the world over."You can expect the new pieces of content to contain "thrills and chills," Blum said. Amazon Studios boss Jennifer Salke said in her own statement that she's excited to see the "nightmares" that Blum and his team creates for Amazon.Terms of the deal between Amazon and Blumhouse were not disclosed.This deal is just the latest in a series of big announcements from Amazon about original programming. The company also recently finalised "first-look" deals with people like Jordan Peele, Reed Morano (The Handmaid's Tale), and Nicole Kidman's Blossom Films studio.In addition to this new series of content, Amazon is working on a Lord of the Rings TV show that could focus on a young Aragorn. Amazon is reportedly spending $500 million to make the show.Blumhouse is also behind the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy's movie that recently got delayed. The company may be best known for its horror projects, but it also produced the Oscar-winning music movie Whiplash starring J.K. Simmons. Info from Gamespot.com
2018-11-15
Epic Games recently partnered up with the NFL to bring officially licensed jersey skins for all 32 teams to Fortnite, but they rotated out of the store earlier this week. If you missed out, the good news today is that Epic has confirmed it's bringing the jersey skins back in the future. A representative for Epic Games told The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Needleman that the jersey skins will return to Fortnite's in-game store sometime before the Super Bowl in February. No further specifics are available at this time, however.The NFL jersey skins were available to buy in Fortnite's in-game store for a few days before cycling out, as pretty much all Fortnite cosmetics do. Epic's partnership with the NFL for jersey skins marked the first time Epic teamed up with an outside company or organisation to sell skins. You can only imagine what other partnership Epic could be lining up for the future.The NFL jersey skins in Fortnite led to some amount of controversy for reasons you can definitely gather for yourself. Both Epic Games and the NFL declined to comment about this drama when approached by WSJ. Info from Gamespot.com
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