We teamed up with Blizzard to give away ten (10) BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Tickets! Entry is open Worldwide. Yup, you read that correctly… WORLDWIDE. Competition ends Monday, October 23rd at 12:00PM PT and ten winners will be contacted via email. Scroll down to enter below.
The Virtual Ticket let’s you stream BlizzCon 2017 from the comfort of your own couch, live and in high definition. You’ll get coverage of both days of the show, including panels, contests, interviews, the closing ceremony, and more, along with some in-game goodies. This year’s BlizzCon takes place November 3rd & 4th.
The in-game freebies you get include:
Overwatch: BlizzCon 2017 Winston Skin
World of Warcraft: Stormwind Skychaser and Orgrimmar Interceptor
StarCraft II: Junker SCV, Probe, and Drone Skins
Heroes of the Storm: Nexus Razorback Mount
Diablo III: Murkromancer Pet
Hearthstone: Mystery Goodie
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Of the four current Arrowverse shows, only Legends of Tomorrow managed to begin its new season on firm footing last week. The best we can hope for the likes of Flash, Supergirl and Arrow is that they’ll be able to build momentum and improve over time. The good news is that it does appear as though Supergirl can move forward from its underwhelming premiere. “Triggers” rehashes a lot of beats from “Girl of Steel,” but at least the end result is a promising new status quo for the series.
The focus this week was still very much centered around Kara’s depression over the lack of Mon-El in her life. I never realized how many viewers genuinely despise that relationship until after Season 2 wrapped. I get the troubling subtext of Mon-El’s background as an imperialist slave owner, but I felt Season 2 did a good job of allowing him to find redemption for his questionable past and simply establishing an insanely charming dynamic between Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood. You really felt the bond between their two characters, and you feel Kara’s pain and misery over losing that relationship here. Even if you’re firmly in the anti-Mon-El camp, I like to think everyone can agree that Benoist is doing a great job this season exploring Kara’s darker, tormented side.
Wargaming has confirmed it will be launching a local server for Australian and New Zealand World of Tanks players on November 1, 2017.
The server will commence as a prime time server, available between 6pm to 12pm AEDT.
“A local server is the number one request from our community and we are finally rolling them out on November 1, from 6pm – 12am AEDT,” said Wargaming Australia and New Zealand boss Travis Plane in a statement. “It’s a long time coming but we hope that our players and the community can see that we’re truly committed to investing in Australia and New Zealand.”
“As our player numbers grow and the matchmaking continues to improve, we plan to widen these hours and are aiming for a full-time local server in 2018.”
2K Sports has published the results of its annual NBA season simulation. Starting with the most exciting part, the NBA 2K18 simulation predicts that the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics will reach the NBA Finals. The Warriors will successfully defend their title, winning the 2017-2018 NBA Championship in five games, the simulation said
The Warriors were just too good, the simulation said, winning the series 4-1. The Celtics’ sole victory was a close one, with Boston taking Game 4 by just two points on the back of a Kyrie Irving triple-double. After claiming the back-to-back title, Warriors coach Steve Kerr won Coach of the Year in the simulation, which is no surprise.
Here are some other takeaways from 2K’s NBA 2K18 season simulation:
The Rookie of the Year award went to Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers. He averaged 16.2 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 7.4 assists.
Kevin Durant put up better numbers than LeBron James in terms of points, rebounds, steals, and blocks. Also, Durant won the Finals MVP again.
Joel Embiid returns in form, averaging 27 minutes per game, with 17.9 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2.5 blocks per game.
The worst-performing teams were the Miami Heat (22-60), the Indiana Pacers (27-55), the Orlando Magic (30-52), and the Sacramento Kings (30-52).
Go to NBA 2K’s Facebook page to see a more detailed breakdown of NBA 2K18’s latest season simulation. The simulation was conducted using the game’s MyLeague mode.
It’s hard to believe, but it has been a little over a decade since BioShock first released for Xbox 360 and PC. To commemorate this milestone for the first game and the series as a whole, game publisher 2K is releasing a special BioShock 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition, which includes a copy of BioShock: The Collection and an incredibly detailed Big Daddy and Little Sister statue.
The statue itself lights up; both the Big Daddy’s and Little Sister’s eyes glow yellow when turned on. In addition, the Big Daddy sports a motorized drill complete with special audio sound effects that play upon activating it.
Priced at $200, the BioShock 10 Anniversary Collector’s Edition releases November 14 for PS4 and Xbox One. Those interested in picking it up can only pre-order it at GameStop and the 2K online store. Be wary; only 5,200 copies of this special edition exist, so if you’re eager to purchase it, make sure to snatch it quick.
While there’s still plenty of October left, Hulu is already looking toward November and the arrival of a bunch of a new titles on their streaming service. In addition to new episodes of your favorite TV shows, November will see the debut of some notable Hulu original series and a slew of new movies to watch.
The most notable addition for the month is sure to be the series premiere of Marvel’s Runaways, the streamer’s first comic book adaptation. From Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the creative duo behind The O.C. and Gossip Girl, Runaways tells the stories of six teenagers who learn their parents are supervillains.
Future Man, from executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, will bring time traveling comedy to Hulu. Josh Hutcherson stars as a janitor that might also be the savior of the universe.
As for movies, popular titles like 13 Going on 30, Ocean’s Eleven, and Terminator 2: Judgement Day will become available to stream. Additionally, 21 James Bond films will debut on Hulu on November first, giving subscribers access to almost every single film starring the famed secret agent, prior to Daniel Craig taking on the role. The only early film that’s missing is 1967’s Casino Royale.
Take a look at the full list of what is arriving and departing Hulu in November below.
Ubisoft has released a cool new live-action trailer for Assassin’s Creed: Origins. Titled “I Am,” the slickly produced trailer follows main character Bay-yek as he leaps and murders through ancient Egypt. He says, “I’m not an army. I’m not a man. I’m a creed.”
The trailer was directed by Catch Me Daddy director Daniel Wolfe and uses the Nicholas Britell song “The Middle of the World” from the Moonlight soundtrack. Check it out below.
Ubisoft said the trailer was made with “authentic film role,” using some 200 extras to populate its world. “Dozens” of animal species can be seen in the trailer.
Ahead of the reset at 2 AM PT / 5 AM ET / 10 AM BST / 8 PM AEDT on Tuesday, October 17, you still have a chance to take part in Iron Banner matches. The limited-time Crucible mode is 4v4 like all other PvP activities in Destiny 2 and features Quickplay modes and matchmaking. If you don’t already have access, you can check out our guide on how to get into Iron Banner. Things play out differently than in the first Destiny.
Completing Iron Banner matches–win or lose–nets you event-specific Tokens, which can be turned in with Lord Saladin at the Tower. That allows you to get your hands on a variety of new item rewards. You can see all of the Iron Banner weapons, gear, and armor in our gallery, but don’t expect to collect it all. While that is possible, rewards are random, meaning you can open dozens of rewards packages without necessarily getting what you want.
For Black Panther fans, today’s new trailer offers a feast of geeky delights. The new footage revealed in the trailer offers a closer glimpse of the film’s heroes and villains. And perhaps most intriguing, it features a shot of Michael B. Jordan’s Erik Killmonger suiting up in his own version of the Black Panther costume. In keeping with the grand tradition of movies like iron Man and Ant-Man, it looks as though the climax of Black Panther will feature T’Challa going toe-to-toe with a villain who’s stolen the very source of his powers.
Fans of the Black Panther comics will know that there’s some precedent for Killmonger stealing the image and powers of Black Panther. Read on for all the details…
Destiny 2‘s PC version is almost here. Bungie’s shooter lands on PC October 24, and now the developer has released a launch trailer for it and confirmed when it will be available to pre-load. All footage in the trailer above was captured on PC, presumably on a more-than-capable rig.
The game supports 4K resolution, uncapped frame rates, and custom key mapping. PC players can also adjust the field of view and use up to three monitors. There are also quite a few settings to play around with, including anti-aliasing, foliage detail distance, film grain, wind impulse, and motion blur, among many other things.
Destiny 2 for PC launches at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on October 24, exclusively through Blizzard’s Battle.net. That’s notable because it’s the first non-Blizzard game to be offered through the company’s PC service.
Bungie also confirmed on Twitter that that Destiny 2 for PC will be available to pre-load starting on October 18. That’s good news for players looking to jump in precisely when the servers get switched on.
For lots and lots more on Destiny 2’s PC version, check out GameSpot’s roundup of everything you need to know about Destiny 2 PC. In that feature, we cover things like the game’s minimum requirements and recommended specs, along with the control setup and more.