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New Release! Warhammer: Dawn of War III (PC) for $40

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Ships 4/25. Might be easier playing Mario Kart with this.

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If you want to play four-player games like Mario Kart 8 or eight-player games like Super Bomberman R, you’ll need more Joy to share.

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Releases Tomorrow – 20% off Little Nightmares: Six Edition

Pre-order to get the Scarecrow Sack and the Upside-down Teapot Masks to help Six blend in in The Maw, an exclusive PS4 theme featuring the Janitor as well as the original soundtrack in digital format for your PS4.

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Exclusive Loot Wear Guardians of the Galaxy T-Shirt for $6

No two Loot boxes are the same, so the t-shirt you get with Loot Wear will be different from the t-shirt you may/may not get in this month’s Loot Crate.

From Loot Crate: “No need for a dance off, just click subscribe to get May’s Guardians of the Galaxy Loot Tee (featuring Baby Groot)”

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Awesome Loot Crate May Theme – “Guardians” – only $19 Shipped

Authentic, licensed, or exclusive items from Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, Star Wars, Destiny, and The Goonies. Loot Crate sends you a mystery crate packaged with 4-6 items plus a t-shirt.

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Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Intel Core i5-7200U 15″ 256GB SSD Laptop for $449

Specs include a 15″ 720p display, 7th gen Intel Core i5 ULV processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and Windows 10 Pro.

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LG G Watch (W100) Smartwatch for $80

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$10 Online Game Design and Development Courses at Udemy

Deal is back. Train yourself in tools, software, and programming languages specific to the gaming industry. I have used Udemy and definitely recommend it myself.

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OLED TVs are generally considered the cream of the crop because of their unbeatable black levels (and thus contrast ratio). This TV has all the qualities for true HDR including a 10-bit panel, wide color gamut, and local dimming.

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49″ LG 49UH6030 4K Smart HDTV + $150 Dell Credit for $499

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Expires Today – April Loot Gaming Crate w/ Exclusive Overwatch Figure

This month’s theme is “Suit Up” and includes items from Overwatch, Injustice 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and HALO. The exclusive Overwatch figure is in celebration of Overwatch’s 1yr anniversary. Expires 4/27.

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New Release – 20% off Puyo Puyo Tetris (Switch, PS4)

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Sells for $10 less than elsewhere PLUS 20% off with Prime.

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Final Fantasy XV from $37.60 ($32 w/ Best Buy GCU))

This game can easily give you over 100 hours of playtime.

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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Collector’s Edition from $45.71

This Collector’s Edition includes the game with steel book, a 14″ Adult Faith/Young Faith statue, lithograph, concept art, and temporary tats.

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Resident Evil Blu-ray Movie Collection (1-5) for $15

Includes every movie except the last one (Final Chapter). You could get the collection that includes all 6 movies, but you’re paying $30 for the last movie.

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Specs include an Intel Core i5-6400 quad-core processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD, and GeForce GTX 1080 discrete graphics. The GTX 1080 is still the 2nd fastest card out there (second to the GTX 1080 Ti).

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Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 USB Car Chargers from $4

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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC GAMING 4GB Video Card for $118

This is an excellent gaming card for a budget PC build or if you’re looking to build a low-power, small form factor PC that can still run games at 1080p.

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New Release – Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus Smartphones

Off-contract cost of the S8 starts at $750 and the S8 Plus for $850. You can get it directly from Samsung, or get some additional perks from the carriers:

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These drives are compatible with both your Xbox One and PS4. We like portables because they are entirely USB powered – no AC adapter required.

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Releases 5/9 – Heat: Director’s Definitive Edition (Blu-ray) for $8.18

The ultimate De Niro vs Pacino flick. If you preordered at a higher price, Amazon’s Preorder Guarantee means it will auto-adjust to the new price.

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Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Collector’s Edition (PS4) for Preorder

Ships 9/19. Just announced and will probably sell out quickly.

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Releases 5/5 – 20% off Prey

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Triforce Injustice 2: The Versus Collection for $100

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New Humble Monthly PC Bundle – DiRT Rally + Inside + More for $12

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Big Ark: Survival Evolved Update Out Now On PS4/Xbox One, Here's What It Does

Ark: Survival Evolved‘s latest update is now live on PS4 and Xbox One, introducing an inventory overhaul as well as lots of new features, such as underwater bases, aquatic creature breeding, wireless generators, teleporter pads, and four new animal types. Take a look at a trailer showing off the new v. 256 update above.

Many of the new features revolve around the game’s TEK Tier, a category of sci-fi-based endgame content. As part of this, you can now breed waterborne animals and create wholly sealed underwater structures. You can also use power generators to fuel new TEK structures and utilize teleporter pads to travel around the island more quickly–however these are “very expensive,” according to a press release. Obtaining TEK Tier loot involves gathering the recently introduced Element resource, which is handed out after completing Boss Arenas.

The four new creatures, meanwhile, include a tameable ancient horse, a huge species of fish, a “plain old” seagull, and a large, herbivorous dinosaur. Lastly, the update–which is already live on PC–adds a new weapon: the lasso, so now you can pretend to be a cool ancient cowboy.

Developer Studio Wildcard announced in February that the dinosaur game had reached 1 million copies sold on PS4. As of August 2016, Ark: Survival Evolved had sold 1.5 million copies on Xbox One and 4 million on PC, though it has been available on those platforms for longer than on Sony’s machine.

Disappointingly, it doesn’t look like the game will come to Nintendo Switch–for the time being at least. The developer said in February: “We don’t have any current plans for the Nintendo Switch, though I will be closely watching how that console does in its launch.” Nintendo’s console has since gone on to sell very well, however: the Japanese publisher recently announced that 2.74 million units have shipped to stores worldwide.

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    Star Wars: How the Jedi’s Failings Might’ve Inspired Luke to End the Order

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    Luke Skywalker may indeed be the Last Jedi, and we’ve got some ideas on why that could be the case.

    Recently, the world was gifted with the first teaser for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and we all learned for the first time about Luke Skywalker’s newfound antipathy toward the Jedi Order with his line, “I only know one truth: It’s time for the Jedi to end.”

    The internet has been abuzz ever since the trailer dropped, piling on theories about Luke’s statement, philosophical thinkpieces, speculation about the Gray Jedi and the Order of the Whills, and so much more. And we at IGN of course have our own take on Luke’s new outlook, so let’s delve a little deeper into some of the failures of the Jedi Order and the Old Republic which might be informing Luke’s philosophy — the times those ancient organizations took a swing and missed. We’ll also take a look at the trajectory of these failings, leading up to Luke’s current status as a refugee from the battle between the Dark side of the Force, and the Light.

    The Fumbling Jedi Council

    The remains of a long, Jedi-protected galactic peace begin draining away right around The Phantom Menace, when Palpatine is fomenting a coup under the noses of the Jedi Council, the highest governing body of the Jedi Knights. While the Council members certainly suspect something is afoot, or at the very least sense a disturbance in the Force, by the time they leap into combat in Attack of the Clones it’s too little, too late. Certainly, we know centuries of peace in the Republic can be accredited to the Jedi, but it’s worth remembering that the stories about war are the more interesting ones to tell.

    It’s also likely that the resurgence of bad guys in the new trilogy starting with The Force Awakens — a double-whammy of militant fascists and the seemingly Sith-like Knights of Ren — was inevitable. By contending that the Jedi’s time is over, Luke may have come to the conclusion that as long as there are those adhering strictly to the Light — like his new Jedi recruits — there will be an opposing Dark force to meet them. If this continuous binary has been the cause of unrest in the galaxy, it might be time to dissolve the binary altogether; without light, there is no dark, and it doesn’t take K-2SO’s probability calculations to tell us how good the Dark side is at driving an arms race. If the rebels blow up their Death Star, they build another one.

    Whose Side Are the Jedi On?

    Adding fuel to Luke’s ambivalent fire must be the way some facets of Jedi life have contributed to the growing power of the Dark Side. Where the Jedi are dispassionate, the Sith are invigorated; the Jedi don’t encourage strong attachments to any one person or place, whereas the Sith are fueled by these very attachments. Anakin Skywalker’s secret marriage to Padme Amidala and the death of his mother are easily manipulated by Palpatine to turn him, but had those attachments been accepted into the Jedi way of life, he might not have been so easily swayed to the Dark Side. What some would see as the Jedi’s unwavering obedience to the Light side and peace in the galaxy, others could see as fatally relativistic. This was clearly alienating for Anakin Skywalker, and potentially also for Ben Solo.

    One thing that stands out about figures like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, and even (against all odds, considering the actor playing him) Mace Windu was their cold, clipped, aristocratic demeanor. Alec Guinness’ Obi-Wan sticks out like a sore thumb amidst the rabble of the Mos Eisley cantina, and Qui-Gon’s attempts to pass himself off as a regular trader to the Skywalker family are easily brushed aside. The simple folk on the outer reaches of the galaxy aren’t impressed by Jedi mind tricks, have no use for the Republic currency, and perhaps couldn’t care less whether they’re governed by a military Imperial regime or a democratic republic, as long as they’re left in relative peace (and this of course is the major caveat under Imperial rule). It could also be argued that the Jedi, in their quest to maintain peace in the galaxy, are relatively unconcerned with the fate of these Outer Rim dwellers; the Jedi Council certainly could have done more to help the slaves on Tatooine, if not Shmi, but instead they grabbed Anakin for his midi-chlorian count and called it a day in the name of the greater good. It raises the question of whether or not the Jedi were truly on the side of regular folk, and if they had become so separated from the masses as to not fully grasp the lives they led. This is presumably the exact kind of thing Luke wants to avoid from here on out.

    The Prophecy of The Chosen One

    Speaking of Anakin’s status as The Chosen One (which has been up for debate in the past, but was confirmed by George Lucas), how does Luke’s desire for the Jedi to end affect the precarious balance in the Force? Let’s recap: As Darth Vader, Anakin Skywalker helped Emperor Palpatine eliminate almost all of the Jedi, leaving Luke Skywalker as the last Jedi Knight. After the Battle of Endor, Vader and Palpatine were both dead, and the former had redeemed himself, joining Obi-Wan and Yoda as a Force spirit. But clearly, the remains of the Empire outnumbered the remains of the Jedi, and so, presumably, did their resources. Though it’s still unclear how Supreme Leader Snoke and the Knights of Ren came into the picture, we can see that a single Jedi (two, if you count Rey) against the newly-revitalized Dark side is indicative of an imbalanced Force.

    There has been speculation that Kylo Ren is being set up for a similar redemption arc as his grandfather (maybe his obsession with Vader will play into an updated reading of the Prophecy when all is said and done), and we know our scrappy Resistance heroes are going to take the First Order to task in the upcoming films, so the maintaining of the balance first brought about by Vader is all but guaranteed. However, as mentioned above, the mere existence of the Jedi may, in Luke’s mind, be all that it takes to inspire these cycles of resurgence and retreat from the Dark Side. For the prophecy to become fully realized, perhaps there must be neither Sith nor Jedi.

    What the Sith/Jedi Divide Has Done to Luke’s Family

    Clearly, Luke’s family has suffered because of this binary between the Dark and Light sides of the Force. His father was space-Hitler, his mother died, the aunt and uncle who raised him were murdered by Stormtroopers, Han Solo is dead, and his nephew Ben Solo is on his way to becoming space-Hitler 2.0 (more on that below). It only makes sense for Luke to be feeling ambiguous at best about maintaining this divide. The only family he has left to defend is Leia, and perhaps Kylo Ren, if he’s capable of following a similar path to redemption as Vader was. But is Luke really expected to do that all over again? It seems only natural that after the events of these wars he’s been involved in, after his youthful yearning to be a hero and save the galaxy has proven unrealistic and led to nothing but personal misery, he’d seek a radical alternative in ending the Jedi.

    Luke’s New Jedi Academy Failure

    In the midst of the New Republic’s brief moments of victory and peace, Luke opens a new Jedi training academy. After this fails miserably when Ben Solo/Kylo Ren slaughtered his fellow students, Luke disappears so hard and fast that he’s already thought of as a myth on remote planets like Jakku by the events of The Force Awakens. With his new Jedi academy destroyed — essentially mirroring how the previous generation of Jedi had also failed — and his search for the first Jedi Temple on Ahch-To, he could be looking to return the Jedi Order/Code to the basics of its origins, or at the very least understand the origins better while avoiding the mistakes the Jedi have made since then. He may come to the conclusion that the temptation of the Dark side is, in fact, too great a threat to the purity of the Light, and that the best defense against this is to dissolve that binary along with the Jedi Order, allowing something more like the concept of the Gray Jedi (although this is pure conjecture) to take its place — Force users who utilize some of the practices of the Sith and eschew the strict rules of the Jedi without falling to the Dark Side.

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    Throughout the series there are examples of folks tapping into the Force without Jedi training; the Force-sensitive General Leia Organa comes to mind, as do Maz Kanata and (perhaps) Chirrut Imwe. Luke, having fought alongside individuals like these and having seen firsthand the resilience of the nearly Jedi-less Rebellion, might have finally decided to leave the Jedi in the history books and let someone else take charge of restoring peace to the galaxy — for a while, at least.

    Why do you think Luke might want to leave the Jedi behind? Let’s discuss in the comments!

    Lauren is a freelance writer and artist who can be followed at @YasBruja.

    For Honor Adding More Maps And Heroes In May

    For Honor‘s second season of downloadable content will kick off on May 16, Ubisoft announced today. Season two is titled Shadow and Might, and it includes two each of new heroes and maps, as well as more customization items and “gameplay updates.”

    The maps and updates will be free for all players. The heroes–Shinobi and Centurion (full descriptions below)–will be free for people who own the game’s season pass on May 16, with everyone else able to unlock them using the in-game currency, Steel, starting on May 23. The heroes will also presumably be available to buy with real money, though Ubisoft did not announce any specifics about that.

    Here are the official descriptions for the new heroes, as written by Ubisoft:

    • Shinobi (Samurai Assassin) – The Shinobi are silent warriors able to move with a dancer’s grace and kill with precision thanks to a lifetime of disciplined training. They wield the traditional Japanese Kusarigama.
    • Centurion (Knight Hybrid) – The Centurion sees the battlefield like a chessboard. Equipped with the reliable standard issue gladius, Centurions can bypass enemy defenses through strategic close-quarters combat.

    In addition, For Honor’s second season of content adds a new gear rarity level–Epic. This boosts an item’s maximum gear score, while the “entire gear stats system” is getting balanced to adjust.

    Ubisoft also confirmed today that the in-game Faction War event will reset on May 16.

    For Honor is the No. 2 game of the year overall in the United States based on dollar sales, only behind another Ubisoft game, Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

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    Overwatch's Heroes Of The Storm-Exclusive Skins Will Come To Loot Boxes, Eventually

    Cool Overwatch skins that can only be obtained by playing Heroes of the Storm are a strong way to get players to try out the MOBA. But it’s also a tactic that has angered some fans, particularly those who don’t have computers with which to play the PC-only HotS. Blizzard is aware of that frustration and has revealed those skins won’t stay exclusive to the MOBA forever.

    “We completely understand that there are some players who do not own or have access to a PC to play Heroes of the Storm,” Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan wrote on the game’s forums. “Because of this, we plan to add both the Oni Genji skin and the Officer D.Va skin to the normal, base Overwatch loot box at some point in the future.”

    Kaplan didn’t get any more specific than that, but at least Overwatch players eager to get their hands on these skins know that they will have a chance to do so eventually.

    “With that said, I still encourage anyone with access to a PC to play the Nexus Challenge,” he added. “Heroes of the Storm is an amazing game and you’ll unlock those skins for free and before anyone else.”

    The new Nexus Challenge was announced alongside the launch of Heroes of the Storm’s huge 2.0 update. By playing each week, players can unlock various Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch content, including the aforementioned D.Va and Genji skins (the latter of which was also available during a previous HotS event). You can check out what’s available to earn in the video above.

    Now is as good a time as any to begin playing HotS, as anyone who logs in currently receives a free bundle of 20 characters.

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