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  2. *~*/ZombiesHangman\*~*  Test your might! _ Incorrect Guesses (0/6): Hints: Scoreboard: The Golden Reigning Champo Lampo: Lenne - 259 (guess the next one you have in one go - that would be N I C E) 2nd: Slade - 238 (the silveriest of surfers) 3rd: way2good - 201 (brown town baby woo) The Meh (“lil’ cheese”) - 154 Electric Jesus - 150 Nightmare Voyager (”big cheese”) - 134  ETEl2NAL407 - 100 Tasha the noob - 93 Delta - 68 Naitrax - 58 Rissole25 - 48 MysteryMachineX - 46 Undead - 44 Chopper - 34 Cheesegrater28 - 32 Tac - 30 anonymous - 30 PortlyLlama80 - 22 Reddonkeyham - 20 RequixEclipse - 20 Jake Duck - 16 wesleykg00 - 16 Silv3r Energy - 16 83457 - 12 zombieman9 - 10 XAvengedLullabyX - 10 OverWater17 - 10 RaidDzn - 10 PINNAZ - 8 nayrc - 6 jiipee95 - 6 unlawfully inacurate - 4 Ooka - 2 RiftRunner001 - 2 ZombieDreamerDan - 2 CrubZee - 2 BriggzyJ97 - 2 TheNathanNS - 2 Mr Swifty - 2 RZArazorSHARP20 - 2 Señor Festo Lithium - 2 KronoriumExcerptB - 2 JJMFP - 1   Rules:  Guess the word orphrase correctly, WITHOUT any letters = 10 points Guess the word or phrase correctly = 2 points Stump the field (6 incorrect guesses) = 6 points One incorrect letter = 1 incorrect guess One incorrect word(s) = 2 incorrect guesses You may only guess up to 2 consonants or 1 vowel at a time. Host adds hint after 4 incorrect guesses. Numbers MUST be spelled out.  After 6 wrong guesses, the personwho made the last guess gets the board.  If, after two weeks, the person who is meant to be posting a board doesn't, another person is allowed to take their board and continue the game.
  3. Damn, swept it away from ‘em. That’s indeed correct. (also the hint is from the Monty radio in ZC Nacht) Will supply the board soon.
  4. Haha, great board. I presume that's correct
  5. Great guess. The comment broke a little, but - board updated.
  6. Oof. That is a +6 for me. Keeping the board running, though.
  7. Yesterday
  8. Whether it's video games, movies, or TV shows, entertainment is filled with iconic tools of warfare, and much of the stories we love are defined by them; the Pulse Rifle is synonymous with the Aliens franchise; the Man With No Name's mystique and effortless cool is heightened by the revolver he whips out in the squint of an eye; and the sound of a bullet from the Intervention hitting an enemy immediately conjures up Call of Duty-flavoured nostalgia. These weapons are the focus of Loadout, a new show that will identify some of pop culture's most influential armaments and explore them in-depth. Each week, host Dave Jewitt will tackle a different weapon, delve into its origins, examine how it has been used, and lay out the impact it has had on pop culture. In Episode 1, Loadout takes hold of the revolver, a legendary weapon that has been present from the earliest days of cinema to the current era of video games. Why is it so popular? Watch Episode 1 of Loadout to find out. New episodes will air every Saturday and you can find them on GameSpot's YouTube channel--make sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode. Episode 1: Revolvers View the full article
  9. A whole lot happened in 2019. The year saw some major games finally come to fruition, like the long-awaited Death Stranding from Kojima Productions, as well as some forward motion in new services like Xbox Game Pass and Google Stadia. But looming over most of 2019 was something even larger: 2020. This year was full of forward-looking developments in gaming, setting up a year that has the potential to be littered with major moments and sweeping changes to the industry's landscape. Of course, there are major games on the horizon, like The Last Of Us Part II or Cyberpunk 2077. More than that, though, are the moves developers, publishers, and major tech companies are making that could recontextualize the entire industry. New hardware is set to bring another technical leap forward in the console games we play. Major players are getting in on streaming and subscription services. Long-dormant franchises could see resurgences. And more and more companies are looking at new business models for their games--and trying to save games they've already released from rocky starts. We got our first look at what 2020 holds throughout 2019, and there's a lot that could bring major changes to the gaming industry in the very near future. Here's a rundown of everything that turned 2019 into the Year of 2020. Next-Gen Consoles Are Coming Nothing has quite an impact on the gaming landscape as new console hardware, and in 2019, we started getting details about what Sony and Microsoft have planned for the next console generation. Both the PlayStation 5 and the next Xbox, codenamed "Project Scarlett," are slated for release in 2020 during the holiday season, which means the current console generation is quickly coming to an end. And that means we'll soon start to see a crop of games that show off the capabilities of the new hardware. Both consoles will feature solid-state drives for storage, as opposed to the current hard disk standard, although neither has a price point yet. The PS5 is confirmed to include a disc drive and to support 4K Blu-ray discs, while reports on Microsoft's new Xbox suggest it has two versions, one of which may focus on streaming and forego a disc drive altogether, like the Xbox One S All-Digital. The PS5 is also confirmed to support backward compatibility with PS4 games and PlayStation VR. Scarlett looks slated for release during the 2020 holiday season, while the PS5 is confirmed to hit shelves in Holiday 2020. We're sure to get more information about the future of PS5 and Project Scarlett throughout 2020, as well as some of the games that'll show up on them. The big question is what the new hardware will allow developers to do with their games that they couldn't before--something we're sure to see in the coming months. The Year Of Streaming And Subscriptions Apart from new Xbox hardware, Microsoft is making another big move in gaming in the form of its xCloud streaming technology. The service looks to make console-quality games playable on a variety of hardware, including on on PCs and Macs through their internet browsers and mobile devices, through online streaming. Given the robust library of Microsoft's Game Pass offerings, which make all first-party games and a variety of other titles available to subscribers on Xbox One and PC for a monthly fee, xCloud could be a formidable entrant into the widening field of streaming services--especially since Microsoft is packaging it with Xbox Game Pass in 2020. Google also recently launched its Stadia streaming service, which offers a lot of the same capabilities as what Microsoft is bringing with xCloud. While the service launched in 2019, Stadia saw something of a rocky launch, with a small library of games and a thin install base that made multiplayer games tough to enjoy. But while it might have struggled at launch, Google has invested in Stadia with a new studio headed up by Motive Studios and Ubisoft Toronto founder Jade Raymond. It seems likely we'll see Google continue to push Stadia's offerings and shore up its capabilities. With Microsoft mounting a streaming service and a heavy hitter like Google now on the gaming stage, it seems likely we'll see an uptick of emphasis on streaming from other players as well. Sony's PS Now service has existed for quite a while, though the publisher doesn't release first-party games on the service at launch. Sony recently dropped its price in a move that seems aimed to keep it competitive with Microsoft and Google's offerings. Ubisoft also recently announced a PC subscription service for its game catalog, called Uplay Plus, and there's Electronic Arts' Access subscriptions--EA Access on console and Origin Access on PC. We've also got the newly launched Apple Arcade service, a subscription for mobile games that works on iPhones, Macs, and Apple TV, and services such as Nvidia's GeForce Now, which lets you stream PC games you've purchased on various devices, including PCs, Macs, and Nvidia Shield. Though the new consoles' support for disc drives suggests we won't see the elimination of physical media in the next generation, 2020 looks to be a year in which many of us will have the option to get our games primarily through subscriptions, rather than buying discs or even digital purchases. At Long Last: More Half-Life Possibly the least-expected announcement of 2019 came from Valve: 2020 will see a new entry in the beloved Half-Life franchise. It also wasn't the game anyone expected. Valve isn't bringing a traditional Half-Life game to PC, in which you play as series protagonist Gordon Freeman. Instead, the next title will be Half-Life: Alyx, a virtual reality game that puts you in the shoes of Half-Life 2 character Alyx Vance. Valve's also not advancing the story beyond where it left it with Half-Life 2: Episode 2 way back in 2007. Instead, Half-Life: Alyx takes place between the first two Half-Life games and looks like it'll focus on Alyx's relationship with her father, Eli Vance. Half-Life: Alyx will work with any VR platform that's compatible with SteamVR--meaning HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Windows Mixed Media, and Valve's VR setup, Valve Index. There's not a ton of other information about the game just yet apart from Valve's announcement trailer. But if you've got VR equipment, we do know when you can play it: March 2020. Blizzard's Resurgence BlizzCon 2019 was a huge one for the developer, full of announcements. Three of its franchises are seeing major continuations in the future (to say nothing of new content coming to Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm), and while we're not sure if they'll all come out in 2020, it's very possible we'll see some new Blizzard games in the coming year. After seven years since the release of Diablo 3, Blizzard dropped the bomb of Diablo 4 at the convention, showing off not just a new trailer for the game but a playable slice of the game. It makes some big changes to the franchise, taking some influences from live games. Instead of just playing cooperatively with other players in your party, Diablo 4's overworld is public, throwing you in with other players to meet, work with, or ignore, and adding elements like world bosses and public events to take part in as you explore. Blizzard also announced a sequel to its multiplayer hero shooter, Overwatch. Up to now, Overwatch has largely been a competitive multiplayer experience, with its broader story relegated to supplementary material like trailers and videos. Overwatch 2 will feature a story campaign and single-player activities, as well as cooperative missions--expanding on the story side of Overwatch and giving you new options to play. But the competitive part is still a huge part of the game, and Blizzard intends to avoid fracturing the current Overwatch community by making Overwatch and Overwatch 2 competitive gameplay compatible with each other. All new characters and maps will also be available in both games, so even if you choose not to buy Overwatch 2, you'll still be able to keep playing the game as you know it. The third of the big announcements is a new expansion for World of Warcraft. Shadowlands expands on Blizzard's 15-year-old MMO by taking players into Azeroth's afterlife, opening up a whole new area to explore, as well as expanding on lore that Blizzard has never really explored before. The expansion is also putting a big emphasis on player choice, allowing you to choose from a variety of factions to join in the Shadowlands, and providing specific endgame story campaigns based on your choices. We don't know when exactly Blizzard will release any of those titles--and with Blizzard, it might be a while. A big showing at BlizzCon was welcome for the company, which was facing still-lingering controversy over its ruling against a Hearthstone player who expressed support for the Hong Kong protests. But BlizzCon 2019 set up the possibility for continuations of Blizzard's major franchises in 2020, and even if those games aren't actually playable next year, they're sure to be on a lot of minds. More Long-Awaited Releases While we haven't been waiting for them as long as we have for a new Half-Life game, there are a few other well-loved franchises finally getting their sequels (and remakes) in 2020. Square Enix is releasing the first episode of its Final Fantasy VII Remake in March, bringing the game back to the fore after 22 years. The first part of the remake covers the portion of Final Fantasy VII that takes place in Midgar, but we're still not sure how many episodes the game will span, how long it'll be in total, or when it'll all be released. The Last of Us Part II is finally poised for release in 2020 as well. The second part of Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic action-adventure game returns to the story of Joel and Ellie, but this time, Ellie is the player character throughout the game. Ellie has become a capable warrior in the years since The Last of Us, and she embarks on a revenge quest after a vicious attack on her friend and love interest Dina. We know she'll also work with other characters, including Joel, and that the game will be as bleak and story-focused as its predecessor. We're also about to see the wait for CD Projekt Red's follow-up to The Witcher franchise, Cyberpunk 2077, come to an end. CD Projekt revealed a bunch of new details about the upcoming action-RPG in 2019, including the addition of actor Keanu Reeves as Johnny Silverhand, a major character in the franchise. Cyberpunk 2077 looks to be about as expansive and detailed as The Witcher games, as players have come to expect, with plenty of options that let you alter your path through the game based on your choices, how you build your character, how you interact with the people you meet in the game, and how you approach its various combat encounters. Microsoft is set to continue the Halo franchise in 2020 as well, with Halo: Infinite, just in time for the launch of Project Scarlett. The game puts you back in the role of series protagonist Master Chief, though we don't know much else. The game is set for release on Xbox One and PC in Holiday 2020, while also serving as a launch title for Project Scarlett, with a beta coming before its launch that'll likely give a pretty strong look at the new Halo's multiplayer offerings. View the full article
  10. So pseudosciencifically, I tried to hypothise what happens after death. Energy cannot be destroyed, merely transferred into another state. In thermodynamics they say that naturally, entropy or the state of chaos in the universe can only rise. See it this way: One moment all energy was in one spot, there was zero chaos. The moment it began to spread into other planes, other states, it became more complex and chaos was created. Energy can only be passed on, and I believe that is what might happen to us when deceasing. Because our bodies, our brain, contains quite some energy, it cannot vanish into nothingness: Our energy might solve into vibrations, into electromagnetism, or something else... So I gotta admit that one year ago I started looking into aura/chakra/whatever just for fun, and I actually saw things. I guess anyone can do it: Place your hands in front of a white plane (I recommand laying them on top of a white table with a lamp right above you so there is enough light) and try to look to them with "the outer part of your eyes". Don't focus with your pupils, imagine looking with the white part of your eyes, dont look sharp/clear. (Search for better descriptions of this on google, I find it hard to explain). Anyway, if you dont force yourself too much, you can see something quite quickly. Around the shape of your hands you see another shape, some kind of shadow of your hand, but different. I think of all things we are familiar with it can be compared the best with the vibrating hot air above a BBQ, but then turquoise in colour. If you succeed and train this a little bit, you can also see this around people's head. I even once talked with someone who saw this around plants, only greener in colour. When you are with someone else, holding your hands close to each other makes the fields melt with each other. Maybe it are just visual oddities, my brain fucking with me or something. Internet says it are no auras/chakras, because these have different colours depending on the persons. What I see is vital energy (coloured auras and stuff can only be seen when training enough). So I searched for vital energy and I believe it can be literally anything: vibrating atoms and electrons around me, my personal magnetic field, or whatever. Thing is, I believe we have a solid base of energy within and around us. Plants and animals have it as well, maybe fungus and other organisms too. I dont believe mankind is any higher than other life just because we have larger evolved brains. The first neuron networks originate from jellyfish, but like I said plants also seem to have this Life Force. So has this thing to do with anything death-related? Is our energy recylced into one big complex universal energy system or something?
  11. You'll be able to watch a scene from the upcoming Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker within Fortnite next weekend. An exclusive glimpse at the upcoming blockbuster will be shown on the big screen within Fortnite's own Risky Reels drive-in theatre. In-game posters advertising the special event state "Doors open" at 1.30pm Eastern (that's 6.30pm UK time) next Saturday, 14th December. The show itself will start at 2pm EST (7pm UK). Director JJ Abrams also looks set to make a brief appearance. Read more View the full article
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  14. 2019 may be winding down, but Pokemon Go developer Niantic is closing out the year with one final Community Day event. Just like last year, this month's Community Day will actually be spread across two days--December 14 and 15--and will give players another chance to catch rare Pokemon, learn exclusive moves, and earn some extra bonuses. There's a lot happening during this month's big Pokemon Go event, so to help get you prepared, we've rounded up everything you need to know about December 2019's Community Day weekend below, from what Pokemon you'll be able to find again to all the different bonuses and special moves that will be available. What Is December's Featured Pokemon? While each Pokemon Go Community Day typically stars only one "featured" Pokemon, this month's event brings back every previous featured Pokemon, giving you another chance to catch them. On December 14 and 15, all of the featured Pokemon from each of 2019's Community Days will appear more often again in the wild. The full list includes: Totodile Swinub Treecko Torchic Mudkip Ralts Slakoth Trapinch Bagon Turtwig Chimchar On top of that, you'll have another chance to encounter the featured Pokemon from 2018's Community Days as well. During both days of the event, the following Pokemon will appear in Gyms as Raid bosses: Bulbasaur Charmander Squirtle Pikachu Eevee Dratini Chikorita Cyndaquil Mareep Larvitar Beldum You will also be more likely to hatch the following Pokemon from eggs on each day of the event: December 14 Bulbasaur Charmander Pikachu Dratini Totodile Mareep Swinub Larvitar Treecko Torchic Slakoth Bagon December 15 Squirtle Eevee Chikorita Cyndaquil Mudkip Ralts Trapinch Beldum Turtwig Chimchar What Is December's Special Community Day Move? All of them! In addition to bringing back every previous featured Pokemon, you'll have another chance to get each monster's special Community Day move, which they normally cannot learn in Pokemon Go through other means. To get these attacks, you'll need to evolve the Pokemon all the way into their final forms before the event ends on December 15 (although any Pikachu or Eevee you catch during the event should already know their Community Day moves). As a refresher, here is each Pokemon's Community Day move: Featured Pokemon Community Day Move Bulbasaur Frenzy Plant Charmander Blast Burn Squirtle Hydro Cannon Pikachu Surf Eevee Last Resort Dratini Draco Meteor Chikorita Frenzy Plant Cyndaquil Blast Burn Totodile Hydro Cannon Mareep Dragon Pulse Swinub Ancient Power Larvitar Smack Down Beldum Meteor Mash Treecko Frenzy Plant Torchic Blast Burn Mudkip Hydro Cannon Ralts Synchronoise Slakoth Body Slam Trapinch Earth Power Bagon Outrage Turtwig Frenzy Plant Chimchar Blast Burn What Time Does December's Community Day Start? While Community Days typically only run for three hours, December's big event will take place over two 12-hour periods, running from 9 AM to 9 PM local time on December 14 and 15. You'll be able to encounter all of the aforementioned Pokemon throughout that time, although certain monsters will be more common each day during a three-hour window. Here are the monsters you're more likely to see from 11 AM to 2 PM local time each day: December 14 Totodile Swinub Treecko Torchic Slakoth Bagon December 15 Mudkip Ralts Trapinch Turtwig Chimchar What Other Bonuses Are Available? On top of bringing back every previous featured Pokemon, Niantic is offering a handful of other bonuses during December's Community Day weekend. From 11 AM to 2 PM local time each day, you'll earn twice the normal amount of Stardust and XP for catching Pokemon. Eggs will also hatch at half the distance they normally require during that window of time. View the full article
  15. With Christmas fast approaching, the gift-shopping days are getting smaller in number all the time. However, if you have a special gamer you're shopping for, then Ebay and Woot have great deals on the Nintendo Switch Lite that are definitely worth checking out. Ebay and Woot both have the Nintendo Switch Lite discounted to $180 USD. Woot requires you to be an Amazon Prime member for the full discount, while non-Prime users can get the Switch from their site for $190. Ebay doesn't have any requirement: you can grab a Switch Lite for $180 no matter what. We don't expect the deal to last for long, as it'll only be available until stock sells out--Woot says its deal will last for five days otherwise. Nintendo Switch Lite | $180 ($200) See at Ebay See at Woot The Switch Lite is Nintendo's handheld-only version of the Nintendo Switch. It can't be docked, and it doesn't feature detachable Joy-Cons, but it does feature a proper D-Pad and a more sturdy-feeling design. You can read more about it in our Nintendo Switch Lite review. If you're interested in picking up a few games with this Switch Lite, then there are a bunch of recently released games that are definitely worth playing. You can see them all through the links below. Luigi's Mansion 3 -- $49 ($60) The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening -- $49 ($60) Fire Emblem: Three Houses -- $56 ($60) Pokemon Sword -- $57 ($60) Pokemon Shield -- $57 ($60) View the full article
  16. Game Informer has a long history with Sam Spratt, and he was kind enough to work with us on our latest issue, which is out now. The issue covers the long history of the PlayStation, and Sam's artwork captures the celebration perfectly. If you aren't a GI subscriber, we could always use the support and you can get a print or digital subscription here. If you haven't read the story, we released the story this month for free and I highly recommend you take the time to give it a read. If you would like to pick up one of the logo-free posters from Sam, you can order them here. View the full article
  17. Bethesda has announced that content development for its free-to-play card battler The Elder Scrolls: Legend is now officially "on hold" and will remain so for the foreseeable future. The Elder Scrolls: Legends - Bethesda's entry into the card-battling space shared by the likes of Blizzard's Hearthstone and CD Projekt's Witcher-themed Gwent - initially released for PC, iOS and Android back in 2017. Since then, the game has received eight paid expansions, with the most recent, Jaws of Oblivion, arriving in September this year. According to Bethesda's development roadmap, one additional content expansion was due to arrive this year. However, in a post to the Legends' subreddit, the developer says it has now "decided to put any new content development or releases on hold for the foreseeable future". Read more View the full article
  18. Infinity Ward has released the full patch notes for the newest update to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Most of the update is geared towards general bug fixes and balancing changes, but it makes map changes to Hardcore multiplayer modes too. The most notable change is the removal of all night maps from the Hardcore modes. Both Hardcore difficulty and night maps are among the best new additions to Infinity Ward's first-person shooter. The patch notes make no mention of when the night maps may be added again. It's not all doom and gloom though, as the update adds a bunch of content back into the game too. Shoot House 24/7 makes a return, replacing Crash 24/7. Docks also makes a return to the Gunfight map rotation, Grazna Raid is added to Hardcore Team Death Match, and Arklov Peak is added to both Hardcore Team Death Match and Hardcore Headquarters. All these changes and more are outlined in the full patch notes, which are listed below. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. In GameSpot's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare review, Kallie Plagge writes, "Modern Warfare makes old observations and presents them with new flourishes. Those new flourishes do make for a good campaign and solid multiplayer. But it's when Modern Warfare asks you to think harder that it falls short." Call of Duty: Modern Warfare December 6 Update Patch Notes What's New Shoot House 24/7 is back! (replaces Crash 24/7) Removed night maps from Hardcore modes Added Docks back into Gunfight map rotation Added Grazna Raid and Arklov Peak to Hardcore TDM Added Arklov Peak to Hardcore Headquarters General Fixes When attempting to view weapon details of a weapon in the Missions tab, players will be kicked back to the main menu. This has been fixed. Fix for the cargo ship clipping through the playable area on Docks In some cases, players were not able to see or shoot down an opposing team’s Counter UAV. This has been fixed Fix for the VTOL audio persisting after being shot down Fix for a crash that could occur while prone and firing the AK-47 with a launcher and the Fully Loaded perk equipped Fix for the "Jack Frosty" and "Old Wounds" world model appearing differently than the Armory/Gunsmith models Special Operations: "Just Reward"--Fix for the HVT truck crashing into portions of the map Special Operations: Survival--Fix for the respawn flare not working as intended View the full article
  19. Humble Monthly is no more, and in its place comes Humble Choice, a new monthly subscription that lets you choose which games you want from a selection of 10. If you held an active subscription to Humble Monthly when the transition to Humble Choice occurred, then you get all 10 games for the same monthly fee. The first 10 games from Humble Choice have been revealed. They include Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Blasphemous, and Phantom Doctrine, in addition to seven others. If you were converted to the $12 USD/month Classic plan, then you don't need to make any choice: you get all 10. You can see a list of the games in the list below. If you're a new subscriber to Humble Choice, then you'll have to pay more money for fewer games depending on your plan. Premium costs $20/month and gets you nine of these games, while Basic comes in at $15/month with only three games. Each subscription comes with additional benefits, such as a library of DRM-free games, access to Humble Originals, and a store discount--the $5/month Lite plan gets you some of these benefits with no games. You can learn more about these plans at Humble. If you're already a Humble Choice subscriber, you have until December 27 to unlock your choices. At that point, you'll be charged for the month and sent your games. If you want to cancel before then, you can do that on Humble's website. However, you can unlock your games and start playing now, but once you do so, you'll be charged. Humble Choice December 2019 games Shadow of the Tomb Raider Blasphemous Phantom Doctrine Ancestors Legacy Dead In Vinland Horizon Chase Turbo Dark Future: Blood Red States X-Morph: Defense Aegis Defenders Desert Child View the full article
  20. Minecraft is, by far an away, the most popular video game on YouTube, according to new figures released by the video platform as part of its end-of-year round-up. To celebrate the imminent evaporation of 2019, YouTube has unveiled its latest Rewind video, offering a brisk, but still almost entirely insufferable, run-down of the things viewers have fixated on the most over the last 12 months. The most pertinent section (for us at least), arrives around the 2:30-mark - but if you'd rather not subject yourself to YouTube's nonsense, allow me to supply the key details. Read more View the full article
  21. Infinity Ward has released a new game settings update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. There’s no official patch notes for the Game Settings Update yet, but Infinity Ward has added back the Shoot House 24/7 playlist. Players have been requesting Shoot House 24/7 playlist to return since it was removed earlier this week with the start of Season 1. PATCH NOTES FOR DECEMBER 6: WHAT’S NEW: Shoot House 24/7 is back! (replaces Crash 24/7) Removed night maps from Hardcore modes Added Docks back into Gunfight map rotation Added Grazna Raid and Arklov Peak to Hardcore TDM Added Arklov Peak to Hardcore Headquarters GENERAL FIXES: When attempting to view weapon details of a weapon in the Missions tab, players will be kicked back to the main menu. This has been fixed. Fix for the cargo ship clipping through the playable area on Docks In some cases, players were not able to see or shoot down an opposing team’s Counter UAV. This has been fixed Fix for the VTOL audio persisting after being shot down Fix for a crash that could occur while prone and firing the AK-47 with a launcher and the Fully Loaded perk equipped Fix for the “Jack Frosty” and “Old Wounds” world model appearing differently than the Armory/Gunsmith models Special Operations: “Just Reward” – Fix for the HVT truck crashing into portions of the map Special Operations: Survival – Fix for the respawn flare not working as intended SOURCE: Reddit The post Call of Duty: Modern Warfare December 6 Update – Shoot House is back appeared first on Charlie INTEL. View the full article
  22. Though not nearly as well-known as Cyber Monday, Green Monday has brought online deals to a variety of retailers each year since 2007. Ebay created the holiday sale event after noticing that the second Monday in December was one of its biggest revenue days. Monday, December 9 happens to be the second Monday of the month, and Ebay is once again offering deals on a wide assortment of products, including Xbox One bundles, Bose headphones, gaming monitors, and more. Ebay's Green Monday sale kicks off on Monday, December 9 at 5 AM PT / 8 PM ET. Ahead of the sale, we've rounded up the best gaming, tech, and entertainment deals right here. Unfortunately, you cannot preview the entire sale before Monday, but we imagine it will mirror other Ebay sales and be located in the deals hub when the sale is live. A few of the deals are available now, including a pretty awesome discount on a very expensive curved monitor from Alienware. See all deals at Ebay Best Green Monday Gaming Deals at Ebay Xbox One X special edition with NBA 2K20 -- $350Xbox One X with NBA 2K20 | $350 ($500) If you missed out on buying an Xbox One X on Black Friday or Cyber Monday for $350, you'll have another chance. This special edition Xbox One X will be on sale, and it comes bundled with NBA 2K20. See at Ebay Xbox One X with Gears 1-5 -- $350Xbox One X with Gears 1-5 | $350 ($500) The Gears 5 Xbox One X bundle offers the most value. Not only does it have the latest entry in the third-person shooter franchise, but you'll also get Gears of War 1-4. This is the Black Friday/Cyber Monday price, which makes it a great deal. See at Ebay Xbox One S with NBA 2K20 -- $199 Xbox One S with NBA 2K20 | $199 ($299) Another repeat from recent holiday sales, this Xbox One S bundle features NBA 2K20. At $199, this bundle offers pretty solid value. See at Ebay Best Green Monday Tech and Entertainment Deals at Ebay Dell 23.6-inch Gaming Monitor -- $80Dell LCD 23.6-inch gaming monitor | $80 ($100) 23.6-inch LCD display 16:9 aspect ratio 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution 60Hz refresh rate 2ms response time For $100, this Dell monitor is a great value. It offers a 1080p resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and 2ms response time, so it's great for gaming. Not the best monitor on the market if you really want to showcase high-end hardware, but it's a great option for those just getting started. See at Ebay Alienware Curved Monitor -- $65Dell Alienware 34-inch LCD Curved Gaming Monitor | $625 ($1,078) 34.6-inch curved LCD display 21:9 aspect ratio 3440 x 1440-pixel resolution 120Hz refresh rate 4ms response time This Ultrawide, curved monitor is a deluxe, high-end display with its 3440x1440 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. For games with Ultrawide support, you'll be able to see more of the action at a silky smooth frame rate up to 120 FPS. Available now See at Ebay Bose QuietComfort Wireless Headphones -- $199Bose QuietComfort 35 Series Wireless Headphones | $199 ($349.95) Regularly $350, you can pick up the stellar Bose QuietComfort 35 series wireless (Bluetooth) headphones for just under 200 bucks. These particular headphones are factory renewed, but they are in "Like New" condition and come directly from Bose in their original packaging. They boast up to 20 hours of battery life and feature acoustic noise-canceling technology. This deal is live already and will be available until Saturday, November 14. Available now See at Ebay JBL Duet BT Wireless Headphones -- $39.95JBL Duet BT Wireless Headphones | $39.95 ($149.95) For $40, the JBL Duet BT wireless headphones are a steal. Ebay is knocking a whopping $110 off the price for Green Monday. These Bluetooth headphones can run for up to 16 hours on a full charge. Available now See at Ebay View the full article
  23. It's the last week of the Season of the Undying in Destiny 2, and that makes this the last visit from Xur before the Season of Dawn kicks off on December 10. Destiny 2's next season is seeing some changes, particularly to how Exotic Engrams work, which might lower the usefulness of Xur's weekly visits. In the meantime, though, he has a few Exotics from Year Two that you might be missing, including Black Talon, which is one that rarely (if ever) has appeared in his bag before. Xur Location Head to Titan to locate Xur this week. You'll want to land at the transmat zone on The Rig, then head north under the scaffolding with the edge of the platform on your left. Look for a small, low building toward the north end of the area; you'll find Xur chilling in the dark room within. Look for Xur in an out-of-the-way building on The Rig on Titan.What Is Xur Selling? The weapon Xur is offering this week is Black Talon, a spiffy sword that doesn't just force you to attack enemies at melee range--it can also fire deadly bolts. It's a Year Two Exotic, and in fact, Xur has a few of those this week, making this a good time to fill out your collection if you're lagging behind on some Exotics that came with the Forsaken expansion and the seasons that followed. If Xur's wares aren't compelling, you can always roll the dice on the expensive Fated Engram he brings with you. This gives you a single Exotic from the limited pool of ones you haven't already earned, for the price of 97 Legendary shards. If there's something you're missing from your collection, it's a good deal, but be sure to purchase it on the character who's missing the Exotic, and note that you can only get one per week, so choose wisely which of your characters makes the buy. If you're a PC or Xbox One player taking advantage of cross-save, you can now potentially get Wavesplitter from the Fated Engram as well. Xur Item Lineup (December 6-10) Black Talon (Exotic sword) Lunafaction Boots (Exotic Warlock leg armor) Womrhusk Crown (Exotic Hunter helmet) Stronghold (Exotic Titan gauntlets) Black Talon Black Talon is a sword that offers both high melee damage and a deadly ranged attack.This might be the first time Xur has had the Year Two Exotic sword Black Talon available, and if you like blades, this is a handy one to have in your collection. In addition to being a formidable Power weapon up close, Black Talon offers some ranged capabilities as well--it can fire off deadly bolts that seek targets, which makes it great in both PvE and the Crucible. Lunafaction Boots (Warlock) Lunafaction Boots are a perfect pairing with the Warlock Well of Radiance Super.A mainstay of a lot of Warlock builds, Lunafaction boots are great for supporting a team in major battles, such as those in raids. The boots strengthen your Warlock Rifts for anyone who stands in them, increasing reload speeds significantly. If you use Empowering Rifts, Lunafaction boots also boost everyone's weapon ranges. Stats: Mobility: 6 Resilience: 13 Recovery: 7 Discipline: 6 Intellect: 6 Strength: 10 Total: 48 Wormhusk Crown (Hunter) Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge with Wormhusk Crown, and you'll get some health back.Another useful Year Two Exotic, Wormhusk Crown is great for Hunters who do a lot of dodging. Every time you execute a dodge, Wormhusk Crown gives you a small amount of health back and bumps your shields, as well. Pair it with some Paragon mods and you can get yourself out of a lot of sticky situations with a dodge. Stats: Mobility: 7 Resilience: 2 Recovery: 17 Discipline: 6 Intellect: 6 Strength: 12 Total: 50 Stronghold (Titan) Stronghold makes your sword guards extremely effective, which makes it a great get with Black Talon this week.If you're keen on grabbing Black Talon this week, Stronghold is also a good get for your collection. This sword-specific Titan armor makes your sword guards much better--they increase your movement speed and no longer drain ammo, and if you time them right for just as a shot hits your block, Stronghold heals you, as well. That pretty much means you can use swords to block indefinitely, allowing you to close gaps on enemies to more easily take them down. Stats: Mobility: 6 Resilience: 14 Recovery: 6 Discipline: 12 Intellect: 2 Strength: 12 Total: 52 View the full article
  24. The Switch exclusive Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection is now available for your portable enjoyment. The collection combines Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin's Creed Rogue, and all of the single-player DLC across both games. Black Flag and Rogue released very close to each other and made use of similar naval battle mechanics. Black Flag is one of the more highly-regarded Assassin's Creed games, introducing the pirate Edward Kenway who gets tangled into the Assassin cause. Rogue was less well-received, but tells a very different kind of story about a loyal guild member turned Assassin Hunter. Aside from the two main games, the collection includes the Freedom Cry and Aveline DLC. The Aveline DLC features the star of the PSP spin-off Assassin's Creed Liberation, while Freedom Cry puts the spotlight on Edward's trusted shipmate Adewale. You'll also get an extra content pack with CG trailers and concept art, as well as the manga Assassin's Creed: Awakening and a sample of the tie-in novel Blackbeard: The Lost Journal. Plus it includes 10 new exclusive outfits for your assassins, and uses Switch capabilities, like the touchscreen and motion control aiming, for certain features. The Rebel Collection costs $40/£40/$80(AUD), and uses 19GB of space. You can find it now on the Eshop. View the full article
  25. NOTE: You may pre-download this game, but it will not be playable until the release date/time: 02/13/2020 – 9:00 AM (check the product page for release date/time in your region). Product Info: Developer: Airship Syndicate Publisher: THQ Nordic Website: Darksiders Genesis Twitter: @AirshipSyn / @THQNordic / @darksiders Related: Cold Silence Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One SuperEpic: The Entertainment War Is Now Available For Digital Pre-order And Pre-download On Xbox One View the full article
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