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  2. Dirt Rally 2.0 is heading back to the series' roots with the upcoming Colin McRae: Flat Out pack. The nostalgia-tinged DLC is due out on March 24, 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, and will be free for all season pass owners. Outside of the US, Codemasters' long-running off-road series started back in 1998 as Colin McRae Rally, before eventually becoming Colin McRae: Dirt in 2007. Following the rally star's untimely death in the same year, McRae's name eventually stopped appearing in the title after the release of Dirt 3. The Flat Out pack selects some of the highlights of McRae's career by letting you relive 40 of his greatest moments in Dirt Rally 2.0's Scenarios mode. The DLC also introduces his iconic Subaru Impreza Rally S4 and Subaru Legacy RS to the game, along with 12 new routes that undulate through Scotland's Perth and Kinross. View the full article
  3. BioShock: The Collection, The Sims 4 and Firewall Zero Hour are your PlayStation Plus games for February 2020. Technically, that's five games - as BioShock: The Collection includes BioShock 1, 2, and Infinite (not to mention superlative expansion Minerva's Den) all in one package. The Sims 4, meanwhile, is well timed with the game's millennial-friendly Tiny Living Stuff Pack, due for consoles on 4th February. Read more View the full article
  4. In 2017 social media was peppered with images of tourists riding around Tokyo streets in go-karts and dressed up as various Mario characters, strongly resembling the likes of Mario Kart. With the service being unlicensed (and in some cases dangerous), Nintendo quickly stepped in and sued Mari Mobility (formerly Maricar) for their Street Kart service, initially winning in 2018. After an unsuccessful appeal and an attempt to clean up their act, the situation has become far worse. After rebranding and swapping out all Nintendo references with various superhero ones, Mari Mobility hoped to reduce the damages owed to Nintendo, a sum of 10 million yen (around $92,000). The appeal has backfired, however, with Mari Mobility losing and ordered to pay five times the damages, now totalling 50 million yen ($458,000), according to the Japanese website Inside Games (via Kotaku). Apart from getting rid of the Mario costumes and branding, Mari Mobility also covered up images on its website showing past inclusions, while also updating its official blurb to make it very clear that it is done using Nintendo's brand. "We at Street Kart is providing our service as usual. Street Kart is fully complied [sic] through local governing laws in Japan. Street Kart is in no way a reflection of Nintendo, the game ‘Mario Kart’. (We do not provide rental of costumes of Mario Series.)," the website now reads. This was obviously not enough for the court, and Nintendo has been rigorous in defending its IP. In a statement following the ruling, Nintendo stressed that it will continue defending violations of its intellectual property that damages the brands it has built up over numerous years. View the full article
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  6. Here's some great news for your wallet on this hump day: Best Buy just kicked off a 24-hour flash sale, and it offers some fantastic discounts on a wide range of electronics, including 4K TVs, gaming laptops, Apple AirPods, consoles, and much more. The sale is live only until 10 PM PT / 1 AM ET tonight, so be sure to check it out and snag the deals you want today. To save you some time, we've rounded up some of the best tech and gaming deals below, and you can also click through to see the full sale at Best Buy for more browsing. See flash sale at Best Buy Sony 65-inch X900F Series Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR $1000 ($1,500) Best Buy's flash sale includes quite a few 4K HDR TV deals, conveniently timed around a certain major sports event happening on February 2. If you are looking for a new TV to watch the Super Bowl and/or everyday gaming, you've got some great options here, including Sony's 65-inch X900F Series 4K smart TV. Our sister site CNET reviewed this TV and found it to have excellent image quality, solid video processing, and more. Its integration with Google Assistant is notable as well. See at Best Buy TCL 75-inch 4 Series 2160p Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR $650 ($900) I personally own a TCL Roku 4K TV and find it to be a great option for both streaming shows and gaming. In Best Buy's flash sale, you can snag the 75-inch model for $250 off, dropping your price to $650. You can't beat that value for a screen this size, although the image quality isn't as good as other 4K TVs on the market, according to CNET. For budget shoppers, however, you're still getting plenty of bang for your buck. See at Best Buy Samsung 65-inch 7 Series 2160p Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR $550 ($700) Another affordable 4K UHD TV is marked down at Best Buy right now: Samsung's 65-inch 7 Series TV. With 2160p resolution and vibrant Ultra HD image quality, this LED screen also includes three HDMI and 2 USB inputs to plug in all your devices. See at Best Buy Dell 17.3-inch Gaming Laptop $1,150 ($1,550) This Dell 17.3-inch gaming laptop is $400 off and includes 16GB of system memory, a 1TB hard drive, and 256GB solid-state drive for plenty of storage space and speed. It also features Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 graphics and a 9th-gen Intel Core i7-9750H mobile processor. See at Best Buy Razer Blade Stealth 13.3-inch Gaming Laptop $1,500 ($1,800) The Razer Blade Stealth is one of the best gaming laptops you can buy in 2020. It's thin and light enough for everyday usage, including a nice minimalist design, and while gaming performance isn't as good as other machines, you can invest in an external GPU to help it function as a more powerful gaming laptop when you're at home. If you're looking for a machine for both gaming and taking on the go, the Razer Blade Stealth wins in convenience and portability. See at Best Buy Xbox One X with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition $350 ($500) Xbox Series X is launching this holiday season, but if you're looking for a new console between now and then, you can get one of the best bundles at a lower price right now. The Xbox One X bundle with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is down to its Black Friday price of $350, and Best Buy is even throwing in an extra Xbox One controller to sweeten the deal. See at Best Buy Apple AirPods with Charging Case (latest model) $129 ($160) Apple's official wireless earbuds are extremely pricey, but Best Buy has slashed $31 off the price, bringing your cost down to $129 (note that Amazon is price-matching this deal as well). You'll get four free months of Apple Music as well, if you're a new subscriber. See at Best Buy JBL Soundbar System with 10-inch Wireless Subwoofer and Digital Amplifier $280 ($500) Upgrade your living room's audio with this JBL soundbar system, which also comes with a 10-inch wireless subwoofer and a digital amplifier. The bundle is nearly 50% off, and it'll provide high-quality sound for games, movies, music, and more. See at Best Buy Bose Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones II (Rose Gold) $265 ($350) Bose headphones are popular for a reason--well, multiple reasons. They're extremely comfortable, the audio quality is fantastic, and the soundproof mode is like magic, completely blocking out surrounding noises if you want it to. These headphones also include built-in Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, pair wirelessly with your devices, and have a battery life of up to 20 hours. See at Best Buy View the full article
  7. The beginning of 2020 was meant to have so many big launches, especially in the run up to March and April. But with Cyberpunk 2077, Final Fantasy VII Remake and more being pushed back, there's a definite void left in their wake. PS Plus for February is here to take that sting away, with a total of three PlayStation 4 games available through the subscription: BioShock The Collection, The Sims 4, and Firewall Zero Hour. You have until February 4--which is when February's games arrive--to pick up January's PS Plus titles on PSN, namely Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator. As always PS Plus titles are only playable with an active PS Plus subscription. PS Plus Free Games for February 2020 Available February 4 - March 2 BioShock The Collection The Sims 4 Firewall Zero Hour View the full article
  8. heheh, I don't really need the box... I've got my AK74u and my Ray Gun. both pack a punched. and with the semtex I'm pretty much set. oh and once I make it there I'll try to show proof of making it.
  9. I'm not entirely sure who holds the record of CotD on this site, but I imagine round 100 comes pretty close. Good luck, and may the Box be in your favour! Thinking about it, some kind of tournament might be a neat idea (in the way of who reaches the highest round). You got any idea what your records are in other maps?
  10. @RichKiller found this interesting picture on the Moon loading screen: See how it has the word 'Casimir Mechanism' next to it. Richkiller noted that it resembles a Feyman diagram, where a negative charged electron (e⁻) and a positive charged positron (e⁺) annihilate, producing a photon that becomes a quark–antiquark pair, after which the antiquark radiates a gluon. One interesting feature of photons is that they are quantum effect in the way that they can behave both as particles and as waves. We also see that negative and positive energy (electron/positron) become positive and negative quarks, which are particles a.k.a. matter. So we have positive and negative matter! Is this proof for the existence of a negative realm, one beyond creation of our positive realm? A world underneath ours, an Underworld, which is a word often associated with Hell: a realm full of darkness and also a realm the deceased go to. For those whove seen Stranger Things, I imagine this as some kind of upside down, a negative realm. And how does the Casimir Mechanism relate to this? m at work now so got no time, but interesting stuff to dive into later :)
  11. Player spending in mobile games can be a rather lucrative business - and true to form, it's been seriously profitable for Nintendo, as the company's made over $1bn (£769m) in lifetime revenue from player spending. The data provided by Sensor Tower shows Fire Emblem Heroes is the main earner for Nintendo, bringing in $656m (£505m) all by itself. After that comes Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Dragalia Lost, Mario Kart Tour and Super Mario Run - with poor Dr. Mario World in last place with $4.8m (£3.7m). Which is still a lot. The most popular game, somewhat surprisingly, is Super Mario Run with 244m downloads (54 per cent of Nintendo's 452m mobile downloads total), while Mario Kart Tour has been downloaded 147m times (32 per cent). Another intriguing stat shows that despite earning the most money, Fire Emblem Heroes only accounts for four per cent of Nintendo's total mobile downloads. In other words, that's an average revenue-per-download of $41 (£31.54). Read more View the full article
  12. heheh, thanks. I think I'll try to get to round 100 over the weekend. and who knows? if I'm REALLY lucky I might be able to last all the way to round 200... now that is just a silly thought...
  13. thank you. it's a bit more tricky on Black Ops Zombies mobile because there's no jump button... and I can't go prone either... but... eh, I don't really need to go prone. besides, the crawlers are never a problem for me. just the sprinting fools... heheh they're a bit TOO easy to get into one group I feel... shame I'm not that good at getting zombies into one place on any other map.
  14. Ah, gotta be wary of those crawlers getting your anckles but furthermore that sounds like a good strategy
  15. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has now released its final DLC fighter as part of Fighters Pass, Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. But six more fighters are on the way with a second Fighters Pass, and it's now available to purchase so you can be prepared as they all trickle in. The "Fighters Pass Vol. 2" costs $30, an increase from the first Fighters Pass which was $25. But that pass included five fighters, while the second one includes six, so it still represents an equivalent savings. Individual fighters have been priced at $6 apiece. Purchasing the Fighters Pass also grants you a new Mii costume based on the Ancient Soldier gear from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and you can start using it immediately. Like the first one, we don't know the identities of the six fighters that will be added yet. Each Challenger Pack is listed individually with an estimated release date of 12/31/2021, but can't be purchased yet. When the season pass was announced, game director Masahiro Sakurai said all the fighters will be released by the end of 2021. We expect it to follow a similar model to the first season pass, with characters being revealed and then released one at a time. Sakurai said during the presentation that he understands that players may have reservations about buying into a DLC pass without knowing the exact contents, and he would be grateful if fans understand why the characters aren't revealed just yet. This all comes alongside the big 7.0 update, which aside from Byleth comes with a load of balance changes. You can grab a free Spirit Board Challenge Pack for even more to do in Smash. And if Cuphead's guest appearance as a Mii costume has put you in the mood to play its own game, it's discounted on Switch right now. View the full article
  16. why yes I do. that area outside of the lighthouse where you can buy the AK74u that space is pretty good for running circles around zombies and if things get a little hairy, lead the crawlers and any headless zombies into the cold water nearby... don't forget to grab Stamin-up first... and maybe Deadshot... but I only grab Deadshot because I like the jingle...
  17. Do you have a specific area in the map where you do this, or are you running all around? Must be the best glitch ever, though
  18. Buying a full-price video game doesn't always guarantee you'll get everything it has to offer without spending more money. Cosmetics and pay-to-win items are often locked behind microtransactions, asking players to part with more cash if they want to gain a leg up on the competition or simply look different. Fortunately, Doom Eternal isn't involved in such hellish practices. That's according to the game's creative director, Hugo Martin. The upcoming FPS will include unlockable cosmetics, but you won't have to pay for them--you'll simply have to earn them. "Eternal is a $60 game, not a free-to-play game or a mobile game--we are giving you a complete experience with no store just like you'd expect," Martin said in reply to a fan question on Facebook. The cosmetics in Doom Eternal will have no impact on how the game plays; they exist just to look cool. "Unlocking skins with XP is part of the experience if you care about that stuff, or you can completely ignore it and it and it will have no impact on your experience at all, and it's all free," Martin continued. "Nothing you can unlock in Eternal with XP has anything to do with player abilities or content that would impact your game in any way." Doom Eternal never felt like the sort of game to include microtransactions, especially after its predecessor also eschewed the practice, but it's still welcome news when a big triple-A game doesn't ask you to part ways with even more cash. This is especially true when it comes to the game's competitive multiplayer, since you won't find yourself at a disadvantage there if you elect not to purchase additional weapons, skills, and the like. Doom Eternal is set to launch on March 20, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with the Nintendo Switch version due out later this year. View the full article
  19. The frankly wonderful Dirt Rally 2.0 is going back to where it all began, with the imminent introduction of the Colin McRae: Flat Out pack. Codemasters' off-road series has its roots, of course, in the Colin McRae Rally series that started back in 1998 before becoming Dirt in 2007 (although McRae's name was still attached to the first two games in that particular series). The Flat Out pack picks some of the highlights of McRae's career via some 40 new scenarios - and of course featuring his iconic Subaru Impreza S4 Rally, as well as the introduction of 12 new routes that wind their way through Scotland's Perth and Kinross. Read more View the full article
  20. Ubisoft teased their own Terminator crossover event for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint earlier this week, and the first of two parts to this ongoing event has now launched across Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The is a two-part event, with the first featuring an ominous message from the future and at least one T-800 roaming across Breakpoint's fictional island disguised as a regular human. It'll be up to you and your team of Ghosts to track down the time-travelling visitor and put a stop to a potentially humanity-threatening foe. Just don't look for Arnold Schwarzenegger -- his likeness isn't being used at all here. You can check out the launch trailer for the event below. The second part, which kicks off on February 1, will take you to the heart of the problem. A factory has been configured to mass produce T-800s, and it's your duty to put an end to it. Both parts of the event will be playable until February 6. In addition to new missions, the Terminator event will also give participating players additional gear as rewards. These include the RT5 Shepherd Terminator vehicle, Shredded T-800 facial paint, an Uzi, the Starfield X4 Terminator vehicle, the Resistance Helmet, and an AR-18. Ghost Recon is building a history with featuring cameos from popular Schwarzenegger films, even if they don't feature the actor himself. Ghost Recon Wildlands featured a similarly limited event where players hunted down The Predator, which sounds awfully similar to what Breakpoint is offering here. View the full article
  21. Madden NFL 20 is preparing to announce its official prediction for Super Bowl LIV, and it's teased the big event with a new ad that suggests player data may be taken into account. The advertisement features brothers Peyton and Eli Manning, both former NFL quarterbacks, having some sibling rivalry. The ad takes us inside the "EA Sports prediction lab," where very serious people in white coats furrow their eyebrows at charts. Peyton Manning says the lab has already conducted its own simulations, but player data gets fed into the machine and "the more games we input, the tighter the prediction." That suggests EA is planning to take user data into account for this year's soothsaying. EA Sports has also set up an official site where you can predict the points spread and MVP. All of this is tied into encouraging people to play more Madden to "feed the machine," with a 50% discount on the game across all platforms. You can play a simulation of the Super Bowl now. But seeing as the ad never gives a cutoff time for when user data is being taken into account, it's difficult to say if it's all a gimmick. The ad does end by teasing that the official prediction will be revealed tomorrow, January 30. That coincides with the Super Bowl Music Fest, which features an EA Sports Bowl. That may be where the company reveals which team won its prediction model--though Madden predictions have a spotty history of predicting the actual outcome. On the bright side we can be reasonably confident the Madden Curse won't be a factor. View the full article
  22. my current highest is 92 rounds solo on Black Ops Zombies for android. After George glitched into the ground I started using one little strategy: round em up, turn 'em into crawlers with a Semtex grenade, and then shoot all their heads off with my AK74u. literally all I do after that is just chill until more spawn.
  23. Destiny 2 owners with a Twitch Prime subscription will be fed a six-month diet of exotics. The first four rewards launch today, 28th January, with a further four legendary and exotic gifts to follow every month over the next six months. 24 items will be gifted in total, including exotic guns such as Destiny 1 staple Suros Regime and Destiny 2 breakout star Prometheus Lens. A range of cosmetic Ghost Shells, emotes, ships and Sparrows will also be on offer. Read more View the full article
  24. Looks like Valve's decision to make the next Half-Life a VR title is already paying off, as Valve Index headset sales more than doubled in 2019 following Half-Life: Alyx's announcement. According to stats from SuperData, Valve Index sold 46k units last year prior to Q4, but after Alyx was announced in November, that figure jumped up to 149k. That means 103k headsets were sold between October and December - more than double what had been sold for the rest of the year. The stats are impressive (particularly considering the hefty price of a VR kit, currently £919) - but they could have been ever higher, as nearly every package of the headset sold out worldwide by 15th January (via Road to VR). Those hoping to buy an Index are still greeted with an out-of-stock message on the official store page, and are instead prompted to sign up for email notifications. Read more View the full article
  25. Following its detail-light tease earlier this week, Ubisoft has revealed more on its new Terminator crossover for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which starts today, 29th January. Proceedings should already be underway and include the opportunity to take on a challenging T-800 cyborg in daily warfare and interception missions. Additionally, today brings the first of two new Terminator-themed narrative missions that can be played either solo or co-operatively. The second arrives on 1st February. Breakpoint's full Terminator story arc, which plays out in new location Auroa, sees players teaming up with future lady Rasa Aldwin, and Ubisoft says to expect "multiple mission settings, enemies and dialogues inspired from the original 1984 The Terminator movie". Read more View the full article
  26. This was mindblowingly complex. For now, I want you to know I appreciate it, and am mindblown. Pahahaha I love it. But true to the trope, leaking evil in a can.
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