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2019-01-17
The success of last year's Karate Kid spin-off show Cobra Kai showed that YouTube Premium was becoming a major player in the ever-evolving world of streaming. The next big show to hit the service is the dark teen comedy thriller Wayne, which hits the service today, January 16. An exclusive new clip has been released.The show features rising star Mark McKenna (Sing Street) as the titular Wayne, a troubled 16-year-old who hits the road with his friend Del to get back the 1978 Pontiac Trans Am left to him by his dad from some very bad people in Florida. In the clip we see the Trans Am in the wrong hands, plus Wayne and Del getting in the way of a very large truck. Check it out above.Wayne also stars Ciara Bravo (Big Time Rush, Red Band Society) as Del, plus Joshua J. Williams (Cloak and Dagger) and Mike O'Malley (Glee). It's created by Shawn Simmons and produced by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who are best known for writing both Deadpool movies, as well as the horror comedy Zombieland. They are also working on Zombieland 2.In a recent interview with Slashfilm, Wernick spoke about what drew him and Reese to the show, and how it compares with their other work. "We're drawn to things that are left of center, always," Wernick said. "It always appeals to us, something that's not your traditional fare. The mixing of tones is something that I think we're best known for, something we've done in Zombieland and obviously in the Deadpool franchise."We always say extraordinary circumstances in an ordinary world is something that appeals to us. This obviously I think falls into that, especially with the mixing of tone. We want you not only to laugh. We think of this as a comedy but we also think of this as many other things: action adventure, it's a road trip and has an emotional story, a love story between two kids who are coming of age."Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Dragon Ball FighterZ's season pass wrapped up in September with the arrival of Android 17, but it appears that a new DLC character is on the way to the fighting game. Ahead of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals this weekend, Bandai Namco teased that "the Warrior from Universe 11 is joining the fight."No further details about the upcoming DLC character have been revealed yet, but Bandai Namco is presumably referring to Jiren, one of the Pride Troopers hailing from the aforementioned universe and the most formidable foe Goku and his companions faced off against during the Tournament of Power in Dragon Ball Super. The publisher says it will reveal more information during the World Tour Finals, which take place on January 26-27.If Jiren is indeed added to the roster, he would mark the ninth DLC character released for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Bandai Namco hasn't teased if any other additional fighters are also planned for the game, but this does open the doors for a second season of DLC, which hopefully means there's still a chance Master Roshi can join the fight.Dragon Ball FighterZ first launched for PS4, Xbox One, and PC last January, with a Nintendo Switch version following this past September. We awarded it a 9/10 in our Dragon Ball FighterZ review, calling it "a Dragon Ball fighting game that can go toe-to-toe with the best of the genre."In addition to the new Dragon Ball FighterZ character, Bandai Namco announced that a new Dragon Ball game is in development. The publisher didn't share any details beyond that, but we'll likely learn more about it during the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals later this month.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
The PlayStation Network winter sale had a good and surprisingly lengthy run, but now it's finally ended. The new crop of deals is significantly less robust, but there are still a few bargains that may be worth your while. Plus if you're looking for new dynamic themes and avatars, hoo boy!This week you can get the UFC 3 for $26, Redout: Lightspeed Edition for $20, and Space Hulk for $18. Space Hulk Ascension and Warhammer 40K: Deathwatch are also on sale. If you've been looking to start up an online game that will last you a while, the Smite Ultimate God Pack bundle is down to $20, and the Paladins Champion Pack is $20.Meanwhile Dead or Alive 5 Last Round has a slew of DLC packs on sale, offering a variety of different costume sets at price ranges from $10 to a whopping $65. Plus the store is offering dozens of avatars and dynamic themes, in case the new year has you feeling in the mood for a refresh.As always, these prices are lower for PlayStation Plus members. Meanwhile, the PlayStation Plus games for January are now available, which includes Steep, Portal Knights, Amplitude, Zone of the Enders HD Collection, Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellions, and Super Mutant Alien Assault. You can check out the full line-up of deals and discounts here.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
The 2016 Ghostbusters reboot from Sony wasn't what fans had hoped for. Although it had a solid cast and writing team behind it, many felt like it missed the mark. However, another Ghostbusters movie has been secretly in the works, and is headed our way in 2020, and it will be set in the world of the original Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II (1989). It is being written and directed by none other than Jason Reitman (Up In The Air, Juno), son of original Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman.A teaser video for next year's film, which has been worked on in secret, was revealed to Entertainment Weekly, and while the video is short, it does give us some idea as to what this movie may be about. You can check it out for yourself above.We see a lonely barn in the middle of the night, and there's a light coming from inside of it. We zoom in on the barn, and there are some familiar sounds, including that classic Ghostbusters' score. There's something under a tarp, and the wind blows it off revealing a beaten up and tad rusty Ecto-1.What's going on here? Reitman explains, just from this teaser, what we can expect. "I've always thought of myself as the first Ghostbusters fan, when I was a 6-year-old visiting the set. I wanted to make a movie for all the other fans," Reitman says. "This is the next chapter in the original franchise. It is not a reboot. What happened in the '80s happened in the '80s, and this is set in the present day."Did the Ghostbusters have a fall from grace or have there simply been no more ghosts in the world since the team gooed-up the Statue of Liberty? And who is the person in the barn with the Ecto-1 under a tarp? Sadly, we won't know any real answers until sometime in 2020 when the next chapter in the Ghostbusters franchise comes to theaters.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Ubisoft has announced a private beta for The Division 2, which will give players their first look at the new setting. The private beta will kick off on February 7 and run through February 10, and will be open to everyone who pre-ordered the game. Though who register through the official site will be entered for a chance to participate in the beta on platform of choice.More details on the beta are said to be coming soon, but we can glean some details from what we already know. The Division 2 continues the story of a society-disrupting pandemic, but moves from the first game's setting in New York City to the US capital, Washington DC. The sequel will bring back the realistic loot-driven RPG elements from the first game, with more focus on player choice to impact the world.The first game established that a pandemic was spread by infected dollar bills distributed during Black Friday shopping, at which point the Division was dispatched to restore order and contain the outbreak. They apparently failed, however, and now Washington DC is a hollowed-out husk, so the secret government agency is being put back into the field.The Division 2 on PC will be using the newly launched Epic Games Store for distribution rather than Steam, and Ubisoft recently revealed its system requirements. It's coming on March 15 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Check out our pre-order guide for more details.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
By now, if you have been playing Spider-Man, you've probably beaten it, gotten through all the DLC, and spent plenty of time as the friendly neighborhood web-slinger taking selfies in front of famous New York City landmarks. But now, you can celebrate your love of the critically acclaimed game by picking up a couple of cool dioramas from Diamond Select Toys, including the Spider-Man villain, Rhino. The Rhino diorama, which you can see above, stands at 10 inches tall, and his appearance is based on the look from the Spider-Man PS4 game. It will be packaged in a full-color window box and will cost $70. It will be available for pre-order on January 25.Additionally, there is a Spider-Man diorama available for pre-order now. The $45 collectible comes in at 10 inches and is wearing his costume from the game, which you can see above. He stands on the Spider-Man logo, ready to thwip someone.If you're interested in either of these figures, make sure to check out Diamond Select Toys, but Rhino won't be available for pre-order for a couple weeks.We named Spider-Man one of the 10 best games of 2018, and GameSpot gave Marvel's Spider-Man a 9, and Edmond Tran said in his review, "Minor shortcomings don't detract from Insomniac's achievement in creating a game that feels like an authentic interpretation of a beloved creation. The feeling of embodying Spidey and using his abilities is astonishing, and the time spent on exploring its major characters help make its story feel heartfelt, despite superhero bombast. There have been open-world Spider-Man games before, but none so riveting and full of personality, none that explore and do justice to this many facets of the universe."Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Bandai Namco has some big Dragon Ball-related announcements in store for this month. In addition to teasing a new DLC character for Dragon Ball FighterZ, the publisher revealed that a brand-new Dragon Ball game is in development.No further details about the new title have been announced yet, but Bandai Namco says it will be an action RPG "focusing on the world of Dragon Ball Z." In the same tweet, the publisher hinted that Dragon Ball FighterZ will add "the Warrior from Universe 11" to its roster, presumably referring to Jiren from the Tournament of Power arc in Dragon Ball Super.In 2019, the project of a New Game focusing on the World of Dragon Ball Z begins! And more news coming to DRAGON BALL FighterZ! The Warrior from Universe 11 is joining the fight!More information to be revealed at the DRAGON BALL FighterZ World Tour Finals January 26th ~ 27th! https://t.co/IFnJchTE4z — BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) January 16, 2019Bandai Namco indicated it will reveal more information during the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals, which take place later this month, on January 26-27. "We said that new information on FighterZ would be coming during the Finals, but we're also planning to release other big news," Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 producer Masayuki Hirano said during the recent Dragon Ball Games Super Showcase stream. While it seems Hirano is teasing more information about the new in-development RPG, it could also be that Bandai Namco's "other big news" pertains to the existing Dragon Ball Z titles.During the same stream, Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki hinted that a second season of DLC is on the way for the game. The first season pass included eight additional fighters, with the most recent--Android 17--arriving back in September.In other Dragon Ball news, Bandai Namco recently announced that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will receive a western release. The game is scheduled to launch for PC and Nintendo Switch on April 5.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Fallout 76 players have discovered a hidden area that is supposed to be reserved for developers, and Bethesda is reportedly responding with bans for those who exploit it. The hidden "dev room" can't be accessed through normal means, but it contains every item in the game, including some that aren't even released to the public yet.Eurogamer reports that the developer room first began circulating a few weeks ago, but knowledge of how to access it has recently become more widespread. Inside is an human NPC named Wooby, notable because the game has no human NPCs. It also houses several containers of different sorted items--altogether accounting for every item in the game. One box labeled "All Scrap" even had plans for unreleased items like various paint jobs for the Power Armor. Fans have speculated that armor is planned for an upcoming expansion.Players have reportedly attempted to sell the ill-gotten items on the Market 76 subreddit, which has already banned users for trying to do so. Meanwhile, Bethesda appears to be issuing bans to at least some players who use the forbidden area, though it's unclear if this applies to anyone who has entered.This has led some particularly unscrupulous players to make mule accounts to grab the items and then transfer them to new accounts before the mule gets banned. While the recipient accounts have remained untouched so far, presumably Bethesda will be able to track these item trades too, so don't try this at home. A more permanent fix to disallow entry into the dev room is likely in the works.This isn't a new phenomenon. Other Bethesda games like Fallout 4 and Skyrim have had their own dev rooms, made for developers to test new items, and players have found them through console commands on PC. Those were single-player games, though, so there was no real harm in letting players go buck wild with extra loot. Fallout 76, by contrast, has no console commands, but players found a break-in method regardless.This is the latest in a series of headaches for Bethesda surrounding Fallout 76. The online game faced controversy over its canvas bags for special editions, then the fix for that problem led to a personal data leak. Most recently the new year rung in a new bug that disabled the nuclear launch silos, one of its bigger late-game features. Bethesda has continued to stay the course regarding support for its game, though, outlining upcoming features.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Check Point security researchers discovered vulnerabilities in Epic Games' website, which could have been used to hack into someone's Fortnite account. According to CNET, the researchers found the exploit in November 2018, and it was subsequently fixed by Epic this month."We were made aware of the vulnerabilities and they were soon addressed. We thank Check Point for bringing this to our attention. As always, we encourage players to protect their accounts by not reusing passwords and using strong passwords, and not sharing account information with others," an Epic Games spokesperson said.Unfortunately, the exploit was not one that could have been avoided via constant password changes. The vulnerability existed through an unsecured URL that was first created in 2004 for an old Unreal Tournament records page. Before the page was deactivated, a hacker could have used it to take advantage of the access tokens a player might use to log into Epic Games' servers, and their Fortnite account as a result as well. The hackers wouldn't even need to know the player's Epic Game's password either, as the exploit takes advantage of any corresponding accounts that the player might use to log in, such as Facebook, Google, or Xbox Live. When completed, the exploit allows someone to listen in on the victim's conversations with other players and also purchase in-game items with the hacked person's credit card."Even if you [had] a security product looking for anti-phishing, it wouldn't catch [the hack] because it's coming from a legitimate domain," Check Point head of products vulnerability research Oded Vanunu said. Vanunu went on to encourage players to enable two-factor authentication for their Epic accounts. Doing so won't protect you from all forms of hacking attempts, but it will help protect you from people trying to get at your account through access tokens. Epic seemingly agrees, as the company released a free Fortnite emote for players who enable two-factor authentication. "Token hijacking is something that is happening on all major platforms," Vanunu continued. "We are starting to see malicious attackers looking for tokens more." Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Things are in a precarious state in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Technically, we're waiting on the resolution of the events of Avengers: Infinity War, which are getting wrapped up in Avengers: Endgame on April 26. But anybody could have guessed that Thanos's victory in Infinity War, which resulted in half the life of the universe ceasing to exist, wouldn't last forever, and beloved characters would come back from the brink to appear in more movies. With the release of the first teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, that assumption is essentially confirmed: Peter Parker will return, despite the snap.The cool thing about the MCU, however, is that events have left some indelible marks on its characters. The heroes might have stopped the Chitauri invasion in The Avengers back in 2012, but the experience left Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) afflicted with PTSD, which has affected every decision he's made since then. The events of the Battle of New York in The Avengers led Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) to steal alien weapons in Spider-Man: Homecoming, kicking off the events of that movie. And everything that happened in Avengers: Age of Ultron altered global politics so completely that it led to Captain America: Civil War, which broke up the Avengers and brought Black Panther and Wakanda onto the world stage.The characters of the MCU successfully stop world-ending catastrophes and defeat villains, but they're always the worse for wear. In the cases of people like Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, War Machine, and Iron Man, the effects of everything they've seen and done are adding up. So yes, the events of Infinity War are going to get undone--but everything we've seen of the MCU so far suggests the impacts of those events are going to remain to inform the MCU's characters. The snap might not last, but it definitely will matter.So now we come to Far From Home, which brings Spider-Man (Tom Holland) back to Earth after his stint in space in Infinity War and his disintegration after Thanos (Josh Brolin) made his wish. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige has confirmed Far From Home takes place after Endgame. And that means the trailer might include some hints as to what effect Infinity War has had on its characters.The biggest change in the Far From Home trailer is Peter Parker's distance from being Spider-Man. The setup for the movie is a school summer trip to Europe for Peter, Ned (Jacob Batalon), MJ (Zendaya), and the rest of their school friends. Early on, Peter chooses to leave his Spider-Man suit behind in New York rather than bring it with him. Dialogue from Peter gives us his state of mind: He just wants to go and enjoy the trip as a regular kid. Later remarks from Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) suggest that Spidey needs to be coaxed into using his abilities as a hero again.That's a far cry from where we saw Spider-Man in both Homecoming and Infinity War. In Homecoming, Peter was desperate for the opportunity to become an Avenger, and while he later decided to stick to being a small-scale neighborhood Spider-Man, he still was excited for the chance to be that hero; he even fights his way back aboard the Maw's spaceship in Infinity War after Stark tries to leave him behind. It's a big shift for Spidey to be finding opportunities to put the suit aside.In the wake of Infinity War, though, Peter's state of mind makes sense. After all, literally ceasing to exist after losing a fight for the universe is likely to have a sobering effect, just like nearly dying messed with Tony for years. Far From Home looks like it'll be dealing with a Peter who's thinking about his life without Spider-Man. While the story of Spider-Man is often about the push and pull between his civilian life and his great power and great responsibility, the post-Infinity War Spidey is a character we've never seen on film before. It seems Spider-Man is grappling with being a superhero who might be having second thoughts, and it seems very unlikely that a pep talk from Nick Fury is going to be the end of Peter's misgivings after his traumatic experience on Titan.That brings us to Nick Fury. The former leader of SHIELD has been more or less out of the picture since Captain America: The Winter Soldier, when he was nearly killed by HYDRA agents who had infiltrated the organization. SHIELD was disbanded and Fury went into hiding. He's showed up once or twice to help the Avengers, but for the most part, Fury hasn't been much of a player in the MCU for years.We know Fury has still been keeping tabs on things, and in the world after Thanos, it looks like he's returned to a much more active role. Fury started the Avengers Initiative specifically to deal with threats like Thanos, so in the wake of nearly losing half the universe to a nearly invincible alien, one would expect him to redouble his efforts to protect Earth. That probably means recruiting people like Spidey once again, consolidating power, and preparing for the next threat. It could even mean that Fury is looking to rebuild something like SHIELD.Seeing Fury running around, talking to superheroes again, raises some questions about what his role will be going forward and why. There's some speculation that Tony Stark and/or Captain America (Chris Evans) will die in Endgame (both actors' contracts only extends to Avengers 4, and Evans has already talked about moving on from his role), which could leave Fury as the de facto leader of Earth's mightiest in the MCU. But like Spider-Man, we can bet that Fury's experiences, like the infiltration of SHIELD by its greatest enemies, are going to have a profound effect on what he does in the future.It's tough to make many more guesses without more information about the story of Far From Home, but there are things in the trailer that could be providing more hints. Take Mysterio for example: Some of the most plausible-seeming theories about the character, who is a longtime Spider-Man villain in the comics but appears in a heroic role in the trailer, is that he's using his illusory powers to create the threats he's then defeating. If Mysterio's goal really is to paint himself as a superhero, one might guess that's a response to Infinity War as well. Maybe Mysterio is some kind of superhero profiteer, using the trauma of Infinity War to make himself famous, rich, or both. Or maybe he's just some guy searching for some measure of control in a world where genocidal aliens can kill half of everyone you know with a snap, and your only hope is that a variety of super-powered randos will manage to stop it. Maybe Mysterio is the first of a new trend of people trying to brute-force themselves into being superheroes, lest they find themselves vanishing into oblivion when the next Thanos shows up.It does seem like Spider-Man: Far From Home will give us a sense of how the MCU is coping with the aftermath of Infinity War, on both the large and small scale, though. While it's tough to know exactly what that'll look like, the MCU's history of fully exploring the consequences of its events should mean that, even though the Avengers might eventually save the universe from Thanos, not everything will go back to the way it was before the Mad Titan arrived. Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Steve Carell is returning to TV for his first starring role since leaving The Office in 2011. What's more, he's doing it through a new collaboration with The Office executive producer Greg Daniels. The two have created a new Netflix series called Space Force, which Carell will star in. The idea of a space force was first proposed by President Trump in 2018.Details on the new series are scarce, but a teaser released by the streaming service hints at this definitely being a comedy. "On June 18, 2018 the federal government announced the creation of a 6th major division of the United States armed forces," the video proclaims. "The goal of the new branch is 'to defend satellites from attack' and 'perform other space-related tasks' or something."The series will follow the men and women tasked with creating the space force and figuring out what exactly it does. Outside of Carell, no other casting has been announced. It will be interesting to see if any of his former The Office comrades appear alongside him in the series.At this point, there is no official release date for the project. However, chances are it'll debut on Netflix long before the actual real-life space force is established, which is expected to be sometime in 2020. Meanwhile, there's still no new word on whether or not that potential revival of The Office is going to happen.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Following a report that Electronic Arts had canceled the open-world Star Wars game in development at EA Vancouver, the publisher has finally responded with a statement. Unfortunately, it doesn't offer any real insight, though tellingly it does nothing to dispel what Kotaku's story laid out."There's been speculation overnight about one of our Star Wars projects. As a natural part of the creative process, the great work by our team in Vancouver continues and will evolve into future Star Wars content and games," the company said in a statement shared with GameSpot. "We're fully committed to making more Star Wars games, we're very excited about Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order from Respawn, and we'll share more about our new projects when the time is right."That is far from a denial that it's canceled the project, which was said to be an open-world game "reboot" of what had previously been in development at the now-defunct Visceral Games. When the former Dead Space developer was shuttered, Vancouver assumed control of the project, which morphed into something quite different but would use assets from Visceral. Kotaku's report states Vancouver is now at work on a smaller-scale Star Wars game that can be released sooner than would have been possible with the open-world game.It's been rough going for Star Wars games at EA, both in terms of this specific project and more broadly. Battlefront II had an extremely rough launch after players objected to the use of what was perceived as pay-to-win mechanics, which were ultimately pulled at the 11th hour, just before release.As noted in EA's statement, the company does have Jedi Fallen Order in development at Respawn, the studio known for the Titanfall series. Little is known about the game, which stars a young Jedi Padawan after Order 66 is carried out in Revenge of the Sith. Respawn has multiple games set for release before the end of 2019, which could include both Jedi Fallen Order and Titanfall 3. It's also working on an unannounced VR game.What the future holds for EA's Star Wars games is unclear, but the company does have a licensing agreement that gives it the exclusive rights to make Star Wars games on consoles. That deal runs until 2023.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
Microsoft has announced more games coming to Xbox Games Pass in January. One of which, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, is already available on the subscription service.Two more games, We Happy Few and The Lego Movie Videogame, go live on Xbox Game Pass on January 17. We Happy Few is a first-person action game where you play as three different people trying to survive in a police-state society that forces everyone to remain happy all the time by taking a mandatory drug called Joy. The Lego Movie Videogame is based on the characters and storylines of the titular movie.On January 24, two more titles, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Saints Row: The Third, join Xbox Game Pass. The former acts as a loose prequel to the events told in The Lord of the Rings, and delivers a memorable action-packed gaming experience with a system that causes enemy orcs to evolve based on their combat encounters with protagonist Talion. The latter marks the moment in the Saints Row franchise where the games veered off from being a GTA-look-alike and, for the better, transformed into something ridiculously wacky.Microsoft added several titles to Game Pass earlier in January as well. On January 3, Life is Strange 2: Part 1, Ark: Survival Evolved, and Farming Simulator 17 were added to the service. Absolver was added on January 7, and both Just Cause 3 and Aftercharge were put on the service on the 10th.Game Pass has proven popular with players, with Xbox boss Phil Spencer claiming that "millions of subscribers" are using the service. The service offers dozens of games to subscribers for $10 USD a month, which is a pretty good deal when compared against the combined library's full retail price. Microsoft took great strides to improve the appeal of Game Pass in 2018, such as an announcement that all first-party titles would launch on the service the day they released. This includes games like Crackdown 3, Gears 5, and Halo Infinite.In 2018, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased that Game Pass will launch on PC in the future, but there hasn't been an official announcement as to when. For now, the service is exclusive to Microsoft's family of Xbox One consoles.Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
A new sale is now underway at GameStop. The video game retailer has unveiled its latest weekly ad, which features deals on a handful of 2018's biggest releases, including a particularly good one on the latest installment in the Assassin's Creed series, Assassin's Creed Odyssey.If you've yet to pick up Ubisoft's newest stealth-action game, the title is on sale on both PS4 and Xbox One for $25. Its various special editions are likewise discounted this week; the Deluxe edition is available for $45, while the Steelbook Gold edition is down to $75.If shooters are more your speed, the latest Call of Duty game, Black Ops 4, is available for $40. Both Far Cry 5 and the ever-evolving tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege are also on sale this week for $15 each. Other notable deals include the Spyro Reignited Trilogy for $30 and For Honor: Marching Fire Edition for $25.On top of those deals, GameStop is running a promotion that offers $20 off of any new game or pre-order when you trade in select titles. You can see the full list of eligible games here. Additionally, you can grab any two pre-owned games regularly valued at $15 or under for $20.This week's sale is scheduled to end on January 22, so you have until then to take advantage of the discounts. We've rounded up some of the most noteworthy game deals below; you can find all of this week's offers in GameStop's full weekly ad.Assassin's Creed Odyssey -- $25Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 -- $40Darksiders 3 -- $40Far Cry 5 -- $15For Honor: Marching Fire Edition -- $25Sid Meier's Civilization VI -- $50Spyro Reignited Trilogy -- $30Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege -- $15Info from Gamespot.com
2019-01-17
The only cookbook that should matter to wrestling fans is hitting stores this March. Insight Editions is publishing The Official WWE Cookbook featuring recipes inspired by WWE Superstars. Finally, The Rock's Jabroni Macaroni Salad has come back to your dinner table.Available on March 19 and priced at $30, the cookbook will contain more than 75 recipes, including appetizers, main courses, deserts, and drinks, all modeled after a WWE Superstar, and yes, Jabroni Macaroni is in there.Finally, you can have your friends over for Wrestlemania and serve them up a very hot plate of Nacho Man Randy Savage, or maybe some D-Generation Eggs--which contains chicken livers. Some of the other Big Boss Ham Steak Doughnuts and Big Show's World's Largest Pancake. You can preorder The Official WWE Cookbook for yourself before it releases this March.The items in the cookbook were put together by Allison Robicelli, a James Beard-nominated best-selling author, and she's appeared on the Food Network, Cooking Channel, and VH1. If this book doesn't fix your appetite for more wrestling-related madness, check out the match card for Royal Rumble, every confirmed wrestler in AEW, and wrestlers AEW should sign.Info from Gamespot.com
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