Update: Carrie Fisher in Stable Condition After Reported Heart Attack at Age 60

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The actress is reportedly in “critical condition.”

Update: Carrie Fisher’s brother, Todd Fisher, confirmed to The Associated Press that the actress is now in stable condition following a “medical emergency” during an international flight.

According to the AP, Todd Fisher said she was “out of emergency” at a Los Angeles hospital, however he was unable to discuss any further information regarding what has happened, including whether she did indeed suffer a heart attack, as has been reported, or instead another medical issue.

Stay tuned to IGN for more updates on Fisher’s condition.

Original story follows:

Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher has reportedly suffered a heart attack at the age of 60 while on an international flight and is currently in “critical condition” according to multiple reports.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Fisher was in critical condition following what emergency officials described as a “cardiac episode” that occurred during her flight from London on Friday, December 23. She was then rushed to the hospital by paramedics from the Los Angeles Fire Department after the plane landed at LAX. A source also confirming the “full cardiac arrest” to NBC News said the actress’ condition was “not good.” The actress is also reportedly on assisted breathing.

Fellow passengers on the plane also tweeted about Fisher’s condition, saying she reportedly stopped breathing during the flight.

United Airlines released a statement to Variety, saying “Medical personnel met United flight 935 from London to Los Angeles upon arrival today after the crew reported that a passenger was unresponsive.” United would not reveal the name of the passenger to which the company was referring, however.

TMZ originally reported word of Fisher’s heart attack.

IGN will update this story as more is known about Fisher’s condition.

Earlier this year, Fisher released a memoir, The Princess Diarist, which includes passages from the journals the actress kept while filming the original Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope. She reprised her role as Leia Organa in the franchise in 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and, according to NBC News, recently finished shooting her scenes for 2017’s Star Wars: Episode VIII.

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Oculus Exec: VR Is the ‘Last Computing Platform’ — IGN Unfiltered

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“Competely and utterly unbounded in opportunity.”

Jason Rubin, the co-founder of Naughty Dog and current head of content at Oculus, sees no limit to the potential for VR, going so far as to suggest it could very well be the final form of computing technology.

“If you believe in VR, you believe it’s the last computing platform,” Rubin said on the latest episode of our monthly interview show IGN Unfiltered.

“There have been various computing platforms that have come over time, and all of them have opened up opportunities that the previous computing platform has not,” Ruben explained, citing GPS-equipped mobile devices as one such example.

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“The thing about VR is, if VR really works, it is a virtual reality, so any further computing medium that we can imagine you can simulate in VR,” he added.

Ruben was clear to note that he’s not suggesting we’re nearing the point at which VR becomes the holodeck (or if it’s even a possibility), but one can’t overlook the incredible potential the platform offers. “We can simulate anything, and because of that, it’s unbounded in opportunity. Completely and utterly unbounded in opportunity,” he said.

For more on the Oculus exec’s thoughts on VR, including the wait for the platform’s potential killer app, check out our full interview with Rubin on this month’s episode of IGN Unfiltered.

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Dishonored 2 Review

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Arkane’s sequel is an amazing game of two halves.

Update: Dishonored 2 has been nominated for IGN’s 2016 Game of the Year

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No two playthroughs are the same in Dishonored 2. Developer Arkane has doubled down on the original’s play-your-way formula with two separate sets of skills, a deep and multifaceted world, and a dizzying array of level designs that affect your approach to each new area. Whether you choose a stealthy or bloody approach, each one of your playthroughs is an addition to the wide range of stories that can be told within this wonderfully twisted universe.

15 years have gone by since the events of the original Dishonored, and the world of Empress of the Isles, Emily Kaldwin, is once again thrown into disarray when her evil aunt appears with suspicious designs on her throne. It’s a pedestrian catalyst to your most vital decision in Dishonored 2: will you play as Emily or her father and protector (and original Dishonored protagonist), Corvo Attano? Though their stories play out in much the same way, with well-crafted and low-key dialogue tailored to your character, it’s worth taking time to consider your choice, as it’s one you are stuck with for the rest of your 12 to 16-hour playthrough, depending on whether you choose high-chaos (quicker) or low (slower).

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Splitting abilities and story details up between Emily and Corvo is a smart call on Arkane’s part, as the developer has put a lot of focus on each character’s individual skills, which can only be built up through time and a careful and considered search for upgrade-granting collectibles. Both Emily and Corvo work excellently in either a stealth style or violent playthrough, despite their different supernatural abilities.

Their basics are much the same, though. For those who want to play with a focus on combat, a wide range of ammo is available for your pistol and crossbow, and mines can be used to either stun or dismember your enemies. Should you prefer to play stealthily, each character has the handy ability to choke out enemies during combat if you parry them just right, and knock out enemies by dropping on them from above for a quiet takedown. In terms of supernatural abilities, Emily’s Far Reach works in much the same way as Corvo’s short-range Blink teleport, and both characters can be equipped with Dark Vision, allowing them to see enemies through walls to aid in stealth.

Where they differ is in the more advanced unlockable powers in the later stages that ramps up the fun. Take Emily’s Domino ability, for example: it links enemies together so they share the same fate. You can use this power to take down several enemies at once with a single sleeping dart while hidden in the rafters, or blast one enemy with your pistol and joyfully watch the blood spurt from a multitude of skulls. If you’re playing as Corvo your options are just as much of a good time: his Bend Time ability can stop time altogether in its later stages, allowing for magnificent slow-mo kills or a magical escape after assassinating someone the old-fashioned way.

All of their abilities can be combined in various ways, too, and playful experimentation makes for Dishonored 2’s most hilarious water-cooler moments. With careful timing and preparation, you can send one of Emily’s Doppelgangers into a fray, link her with several guards using Domino, then watch them attack her and unwittingly cut themselves to pieces. Or you could stop time with Corvo while fighting some enemies in an alleyway and possess a nearby rat, leaving them confused about where their prey has gone. In its best moments Dishonored 2 makes you feel like you can control any situation in any number of creative ways.

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Keeping Things Interesting

You can’t lean too heavily on one approach in Dishonored 2 though, because Arkane keeps switching up central gameplay mechanics in each chapter, and that makes each one feel vital and distinct.

In the Dust District, for example, billows of dust will obscure your vision every five minutes or so – but also the guards’, giving you opportunities to slip by that don’t exist on any other map. In the Clockwork Mansion, the layout of each floor can be changed using levers, allowing for quick getaways or access to secret areas. In The Royal Conservatory, you must deal with enemies who can teleport in the same way you do. Those changes all have to be incorporated into your approach to any given situation.

Such unpredictable additions to an already complex world kept me constantly alert and thinking as I pursued my targets. And because mortality is ultimately a binary choice in Dishonored – kill fewer NPCs and you’ll be granted a ‘happier’ ending; kill more and you’ll progress more easily – this focus is very important.

The World and Those Who Dwell In it

Meanwhile, Dishonored 2’s world is busy doing a great job of accommodating any brand of chaos you can throw at it. The Southern-European-kissed city of Karnaca is not only beautiful, filled with lush greenery and hugged-by-a-whale-boat peppered harbour, but it’s as dense with secrets as Dishonored’s Dunwall, with layers of guard-infested main paths, twisting alleyways, hidden entrances, and tall, bloodfly-infested buildings.

While I did notice some pop-in issues on the PlayStation 4 (which I’ve exclusively played on for this review) in open areas – and one crash – they were no deal-breakers, and overall the detail Arkane has managed to stuff into Dishonored 2 is astounding. The gorgeous, painterly aesthetic has been carried over from the original, and every piece of furniture, artwork and branded oddity feels considered and cohesive. Part of the joy of exploring Karnaca is to uncover Arkane’s dense world building, from the eccentric advertisements to the newspapers expanding on the lore of the world – the suspects in a murder case, for example, or the technological advancements created by crazed industrialists that are shaking up the world.

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The city feels alive. Unlike the streets of the original’s Dunwall, where a rat plague was used as rationale behind their emptiness, Karnaca is thriving. NPCs beckon you over to give you an optional quest; a shopkeeper might unexpectedly ask you to hide from an approaching gang, or you’ll overhear a couple of blood-splattered whalers discussing the repercussions of something you did a chapter or two ago. As far as I can tell after two playthroughs, this (and more appearances of the deadly bloodfly nests based on the number of people you’ve killed) is about the extent of how your actions affect the world at large, minute-to-minute, but it’s still a neat touch.

The AI feels alive, too. Common enemies are incredibly receptive to the slightest movement, which means troubles for you if you attack one too loudly within a big group. It’s fun to mess around with them because of their attentiveness and their reactions to en masse attacks – draw an enemy’s attention over to a stun mine by throwing a bottle or making a noise, link him to his friends with Domino, and you can clear the area by exploiting human-like behavior on the first try.

But perhaps the most fun you can have with Dishonored 2’s AI is with its Clockwork Soldiers. They’re tall, tough clockwork robots with knives for arms that can kill you with a single swipe, but they’re receptive to movement, so if you blind one it will attack anything it senses… including other enemies. They, more than any other AI in Dishonored 2, are walking opportunities.

The liveliness in Dishonored 2’s world encourages a constant drive to explore, which is both rewarding due to the way interesting things are spread around the maps and also helpful during main quests. You are an assassin, but there are always at least two ways to dispense of your final mark in Dishonored 2 – and one of those can only be unlocked through careful examination of clues and evidence scattered around the area. During my second playthrough, I discovered vital information I’d breezed past in my first by paying particular attention to an important letter I’d ignored the first time around, and I imagine there’ll still be more to uncover in my third.

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Rogue One: What’s the Deal with Darth Vader’s Castle?

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The prequel’s Mustafar setting pulls from classic Star Wars, but what does it say about the Sith Lord’s troubled life?

Spoilers follow for Rogue One.

So Darth Vader’s castle is in the new Star Wars movie… how about that, eh!? My kid, upon seeing it, called out “the Tower of Orthanc!” I get that, only the Tower of Orthanc didn’t sit amid treacherous lava rivers on a planet of death and horror. Darth Vader’s home, apparently, does.

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Because yes, the castle is on Mustafar, that awful world where the Sith Lord’s final transformation from Anakin Skywalker to Darth Vader took place as he battled Obi-Wan Kenobi and lost several limbs, and his soul, for his trouble. (Oddly, while Rogue One goes out of its way to tag each planet’s name with onscreen titles, Mustafar is not specifically named. But Lucasfilm’s Pablo Hidalgo recently all but confirmed that’s where the castle is located.)

It’s a creepy scene, as we see an obscured but unmasked Vader floating in a bacta tank. The guy has never been the same since his duel with Obi-Wan, and this rare glimpse into his inner sanctum shows us how tortured his day-to-day must be, struggling to heal himself of wounds that ultimately cannot be healed. He has two Imperial guards protecting him during this vulnerable time, and a pale Imperial creep of a toadie who Google tells us is called Vaneé.

Rogue One: What’s the Deal with Darth Vader’s Castle?

Vader castle concept art from The Empire Strikes Back (Image from The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back)

Living on Mustafar of all places poses some interesting questions about Vader’s state of mind, but first let’s talk a bit about the history of Darth Vader’s castle. In fact, Vader’s castle was almost in The Empire Strikes Back. Legendary concept artist Ralph McQuarrie created art depicting the structure (with at least one image placing it amid lava, as per George Lucas’ request), though of course the idea didn’t make it into the final film. Decades later, the castle almost showed up in The Force Awakens, with Vader’s daughter Leia now in possession of it (and using it as a front for the Resistance). That’s a cool idea, that Leia would inherit dear old Dad’s place, but it didn’t pan out either in the end. (The idea morphed into Maz Kanata’s castle.) But the notion of a palace on a volcanic world can also be traced back to McQuarrie’s Return of the Jedi concepts, where the Emperor’s throne room was originally depicted in some kind of lava lake.

Additionally, the idea of showing the Emperor’s right-hand man’s home isn’t new to Expanded Universe (a.k.a. Legends) fans. Known as Bast Castle, the spot where Vader hung up his cape in the EU wasn’t on Mustafar but rather a world called Vjun. It was an equally inhospitable planet, however, soaked with acid rain and barely capable of sustaining life. (In the EU, Vader also had other pads, including a skyscraper-like palace on Coruscant and a “fortress retreat” on the Great Western Sea of Coruscant. Wait, Coruscant has seas?!)

Rogue One: What’s the Deal with Darth Vader’s Castle?

Concept art of the Emperor’s throne room from Return of the Jedi (Image via StarWars.com)

So while it’s very cool to finally see the castle in live-action and on the big screen, the implications of Vader choosing to live on Mustafar are pretty troubling. Think about it: This is the world where he was mutilated and burned, scarred almost beyond recognition, requiring robotic limbs and an artificial lung to live… and he received these wounds from his best friend and mentor, Obi-Wan Kenobi. Also, Mustafar is where Anakin slaughtered dozens of helpless Separatist leaders, but even worse, this is the planet where he choked out his wife, Padme Amidala. He ended Revenge of the Sith thinking he had killed her, and really in a way, he kind of did.

So why would Vader choose to live on the planet where so much of his suffering originated? Perhaps he returns to Mustafar, lives on Mustafar, because that’s where he was truly born. Vader wasn’t born on Coruscant when Palapatine named him Darth, and it wasn’t when he betrayed the Jedi, invaded the Temple, and killed those younglings. His birth came, literally in fire, with the culmination of his hatred and anger after being defeated by Obi-Wan. On Mustafar he lost his friend, his comrades the Jedi, his pregnant wife, and, as a result, himself.

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So when Vader returns to his castle on Mustafar to soak in his bacta tank, he’s going home. It’s all he has left in the wake of Anakin’s destruction — fear, anger, hatred, and probably, inconceivable regret.

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Daily Deals: Amazon Devices on Sale, Easy Last Minute Gift Ideas

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Last Minute Gifts

Amazon eGift Cards

Amazon eGift cards are nearly as versatile as cash, and you load a card with anywhere from $1 to $2000. However, we don’t recommend giving a $1 gift card, unless you’re just trying to take advantage of the $0.99 Movie Rental deal.

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The Gift of Gaming

Online gaming services are a blessing, and though we certainly get enough use out of them, paying for another year of Xbox Live or PS+ isn’t exactly thrilling. Take care of this hassle for someone in your life, at a discount! Plus, the codes are digital so there’s no waiting around.

Xbox Live 12-month Gold Membership $60 $50

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Two Months of Gamefly for $10

Perfect for someone who likes to play a little bit of everything. The standard two-month deal is typically around $16, so pick it up at a discount now and let the gamers in your life play what they want.

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Today’s Big Deals

Amazon Device Sale

These items likely won’t go on sale again until Prime Day 2017.

Amazon Echo Dot Bluetooth Speaker with Alexa Voice $50 $40

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HUGE Marvel Comics Sale

Amazon is massive year-end sale on over 300 Marvel comics and graphic novels for Kindle and comiXology, including Amazing Spider-Man, Wolverine: Old Man Logan, Ms. Marvel, and tons more. We’ve highlighted some of the best deals below, but click here for the full selection.

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Wolverine: Old Man Logan $30 $5

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Dell XPS 8900 Intel Core i7 Quad-Core Desktop for $650

The popular and powerful Dell XPS 8900 is on sale for $650. With all savings considered, that’s over $400 off the standard price. Plus, who doesn’t love free shipping?

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$0.99 Movie Rentals

Need to pass the time while you’re waiting for the family to arrive for the holidays? Hundreds of movies across several genres are only $0.99 to rent on Amazon. From Godzilla to Her to The Cabin in the Woods, there’s bound to be something everyone wants to watch. Yes, even your weird aunt.

Here’s just a small selection of what’s available, each for $0.99:

The Cabin in the Woods

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Best Buy’s PS4 Slim Bundle Comes with a Free Gift Card

For only $250 (regular price: $300), pick up a 500 GB PS4 Slim Uncharted 4 bundle. Plus, it comes with a free $50 Best Buy gift card with no expiration date.

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Buy a Square Enix Game on Xbox One, Get a Free Square Enix Game

If you pick up a select Square Enix game on Xbox One (including Final Fantasy XV, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Just Cause 3, and more), you can redeem a code for a free Square Enix game playable on both Xbox One and Xbox 360. The bonus games are:

  • Dungeon Siege III
  • Just Cause 2
  • Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
  • Supreme Commander 2
  • Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Here are the games you can buy to access the deal. Even if you don’t want the bonus game for some reason, most of the titles are significantly marked down.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Collector’s Edition $140 $99

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Life is Strange $19 $13

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Up to 35% Off Marvel Funko Figures

Who doesn’t need a tiny Deadpool, Iron Man, or Star Lord? Marvel Funko POP figures are up to 35% off today, with most starting around $8.50.

Star Lord $11 $8.78

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Yay Anime!

Amazon’s “Anime Extravaganza” has come and gone, but some series are still on sale. 

Cowboy Bebop: The Complete Series – Amazon Exclusive Edition $99 $94

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Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Redo $35 $20

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Sony’s H.ear Headphones are $150 Off

Typically $350, you can grab them today for $200.

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Tons of Digital Game Deals

Don’t care about the box and that piece of paper that used to be a manual? Amazon is running some great deals on digital games for the holidays.

PS4 Deals:

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration $60 $30

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Xbox One Deals:

ReCore $40 $20

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Grab Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition on the Cheap

Amazon is running a deal on Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition. It’s marked down to $40, which saves you $20 off the standard price.

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65″ Vizio ES-Series 4k UltraHD LED HDTV for Only $740 (usually $1100)

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Bose CineMate 15 Home Theatre Speaker System

Here’s an excellent solution for someone who wants high quality sound but doesn’t have room for a multi-speaker setup. The Bose CineMate 15 is on sale for $320 today, down from $500.

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Black Friday Pricing Is Back for Sennheiser HD 598 Cs Closed Back Headphones

These excellent, highly-rated Sennheiser headphones are back to their Black Friday price: $100 instead of the standard $250. A perfect last-minute gift for the holiday traveler.

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$88 for Sony’s Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones

Comfortable, crisp, clear, and only $88. Sony’s great Bluetooth headphones are $110 off their regular price, so pick them up while you can.

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$15 for Star Wars: Battlefront

How could the release of Rogue One NOT have you in the mood to take on the whole Empire yourself (or with friends)? Pick up Star Wars: Battlefront for only $15 right now.

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Homefront: The Revolution for $20 (down from $50)

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Independence Day 20th Anniversary Edition for $5

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Dell Sweetens the PS4 Slim Bundle

Dell has a compelling PS4 offer, with 500 GB PS4 Uncharted 4 bundle and a second controller.

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Save $50-$70 on an Xbox One S

The Xbox One S is once again $50 off across all models. Dell is honoring this price drop too, so if you’re sitting on any Dell credit, here’s a good chance to use it up.

Amazon

Dell (receive a $40 Dell gift card with each of the following)

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Charge an iPhone 7 4.5 Times, or a Galaxy S7 3 Times with This $19 Battery

This RAVPower smartphone battery packs more than enough juice to get you through the day, even if you can’t stop playing Pokemon Go, and it’s compact enough to fit in your back pocket. Scoop it up while it’s this cheap!

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Use Your PS4 Controller On Your PC for $15

If you want a great controller to play platformers, racing games, and maybe something Batman: Arkham Knight on your PC, chances are you already have one: your DualShock 4. All you need is this USB adapter, which has never been cheaper than its current price.

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Low Price for This 11-Inch Lenovo Chromebook If you want a compact, inexpensive laptop for web browsing and some light productivity (Google Docs and the like), look into this Lenovo Chromebook. It has the Chrome OS, so it can run Android apps, and it packs a 10 hour battery life.

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At $25, this Sonicare Electric Toothbrush is So Much Cheaper Than a Cavity Less painful too! Make sure click on the “Clip $5.00 Off Coupon” to get the best price.

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Amazon’s Black Friday Book Deal is Back! Use code GIFTBOOK to save $5 on any physical (not Kindle) book of $15 or more! This is a great chance to grab book, or perhaps a game guide, that you’ve had your eye on it. I used it to pick up a gift for my mom, so don’t forget about the gifting opportunities!

Final Fantasy XV: The Complete Official Guide Collector’s Edition $24.04

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Thirty Days of Free Streaming Anime with Crunchyroll Premium 

Crunchyroll is Netflix for anime. Crunchyroll Premium gives you unlimited streaming access to brand new anime, ad-free, as well as tons of classics like Re:Zero, One Piece, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Gintama, and Fate/Stay Night. A Crunchyroll Premium free trial is normal 15 days, but we can hook you up with a 30-day trial, so sign up before this offer gets deleted.

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Up to $200 back on Amazon.com purchases with this card, if you apply by 1/11/2017

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The Best Credit Cards for Gaming Rewards 

Not all credit cards are created equal. If you want a card that can get you the most cash back, to put towards games or whatever else, check out this handy guide.

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Multiplatform

Grand Theft Auto V $30

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Nintendo

Nintendo Selects: Super Mario All-Stars (playable on Wii and Wii U) $20

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Xbox

PlayStation

The Crew Ultimate Edition $30

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PC

Quantum Break: Timeless Collector’s Edition $40

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Blu-ray & DVD

Men in Black Trilogy $10

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