The Sims 4: Toddlers Now Available

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Toddlers are now available in The Sims 4, Electronic Arts and Maxis have announced.

According to a post on the game’s official website, the update is now live and free for everyone who owns a copy of The Sims 4.

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The update brings with it “over a hundred new animations, dozens of new interactions, and great new suites of outfits and objects.” Toddlers will learn various skills from other Sims, including how to talk, dance and use the bathroom. Other character interactions like carrying toddlers around the house or reading to them before bed are featured as well.

“Toddlers is something that has been in the works for a while, and I am really proud of the work that the team has put in to creating these adorable little Sims,” executive producer Lyndsay Pearson said.

Before The Sims 4’s launched a couple of years ago, Maxis said that toddlers wouldn’t be there on day one, but the addition may be introduced sometime after release.

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16 of the Funniest Nintendo Switch Tweets

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Switched on.

The Nintendo Switch live event happened January 12, and the internet lost its collective minds before, during, and after the event finished. Twitter, the greatest collection of pithy one-liners in human history, again proved just how entertaining it can be during pop-culture events. We’ve collected the best tweets from the Nintendo Switch live event.

Super Mario Odyssey proved to be a rich vein of comedy, from Dapper Bowser to New Donk City.

Time is a flat circle. pic.twitter.com/ymBAzNuwlc

— Kyle MacGregor (@kylemacgregrrr) January 13, 2017

 

take me down to new donk city where the monkeys are kong and the kids are diddy pic.twitter.com/mWjAA9Q6GL — mumbles (@nicemovemumbles) January 13, 2017

I replaced all of Mario’s vocalizations in the Super Mario Odyssey trailer with Dustin Hoffman “I’m Walkin Heres” from Midnight Cowboy pic.twitter.com/qg5tlsFpuV — Conor Lastowka (@clastowka) January 13, 2017

 

Wow, the HD Remake of Mario’s Time Machine looks great. #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/8UKiFtf1pu

— Marissa Lenti (@LentiSoup) January 14, 2017

 

Perfect men don’t exis…. pic.twitter.com/7otdYLEx5c

— Still Not Over Bowie (@Space_Man_Spiff) January 13, 2017

 

WILL YOU GET UP ON THIS STAGE AND JOIN ME / IN THIS THING CALLED MATRIMONY? pic.twitter.com/LqDowWyMwy

— Max Robinson (2017) (@DieRobinsonDie) January 13, 2017

Those hoping to hear news of Mother 3 on Switch had their hopes dashed… at least in the presentation.

“Hi, Reggie here. BAM. I hate the Mother series. We translated 3 and then I set the studio on fire to make sure it was lost.”

— Frank Cifaldi (@frankcifaldi) January 13, 2017

*sadly deletes “Nintendo Announces Mother 3″ draft yet AGAIN*

— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) January 13, 2017

Then there were the general observations on some of the other outstanding moments from the presentation.

Finally Nintendo is going to let me live my dream of playing Skyrim in the bathroom

— Shawn (@online_shawn) January 13, 2017

Us in 2014: “A Nintendo shooter with squids? Oh-ho! That’ll be the day!” Us Now: pic.twitter.com/ku0FW1UJ3d

— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) January 13, 2017

 

“If you do not purchase FIFA for Switch you must defeat I, the 27-Foot Tall Man, in mortal combat.” pic.twitter.com/xmho0aCMq1

— Eric Bailey (@Nintendo_Legend) January 13, 2017

Nintendo Switch to sell 10 billion units in Germany. pic.twitter.com/t9DOGuV10Z

— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) January 14, 2017

 

First I steal your ink, then I steal your girl. #NintendoSwitchPresentation pic.twitter.com/CYsdyRGPHo

— Alex Van Aken (@itsVanAken) January 13, 2017

remember

all I’m offering is the truth

nothing more pic.twitter.com/HqwAGZLh3N

— tc (@chillmage) January 13, 2017

 

Exclusive pic of Nintendo’s online chat solution for the Nintendo Switch pic.twitter.com/9td1wxjM7b

— 9 V O L T (@9_volt88) January 14, 2017

YouTuber Alex Bertie summed up the feelings of many of us watching live.

I want one omg rip my savings #NintendoSwitch

— Alex Bertie (@Alex_Bertie) January 14, 2017

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Game of Thrones: Season 8 Episode Count Still in Flux

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Season 7 is slated to return in summer 2017, but a premiere date hasn’t yet been determined.

HBO is gearing up for Game of Thrones to end with Season 8, but the network still hasn’t formally renewed it for the final season.

HBO programming president Casey Bloys explained what the hold up is at the 2017 winter TV Critics Association press tour, saying it’s a matter of finalizing the episode order for the final season.

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“The only thing we’re working out is how many episodes they want to do,” Bloys told TVLine when asked why Season 8 hasn’t been officially announced. “They’re still figuring it out because I think they’re trying to get a shape of the season.”

Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have said that they want to do around six more hours of the series after the seven-episode Season 7. That led many to conclude Season 8 would be six episodes long, but recent comments have suggested that’s still up in the air.

Bloys told TVLine he “hopes” Benioff and Weiss ultimately deliver more than six episodes for Season 8. “They always do what they think [will yield] the best version of the show. It’s all about how many they’re comfortable [with],” he said. “But I’ll always take more.”

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Game of Thrones: Season 7 will soon finish production and is slated for a summer 2017 premiere date. IGN asked Bloys when exactly in the summer TV season the series will air, to which he said, “Still up in the air, but I would say ‘mid.'”

HBO is coming off the successful launch of another big genre series, Westworld, which was nominated for multiple Golden Globes and won several of IGN’s Best of TV in 2016 awards. With the delayed return of Game of Thrones, we asked Bloys if there was any concern in the lull of quality sci-fi/fantasy programming on the network.

“My hope is Westworld will be in the first half of 2018. I’ve got two really great, big genre shows, but I don’t want the whole slate to be all feeling like big sci-fi stuff, although they’re two great shows,” Bloys said. “We’re trying to do other things like we have David Simon’s show coming up, we’re doing a family drama, Big Little Lies. I’m trying to have more variations in the slate. Hopefully sci-fi fans will be OK from the summer of ’17 to sometime first half of ’18 for Westworld.”

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Daily Deals: The Art of Splatoon, Dual Shock 4 Controllers

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Today’s Best Deals

The Art of Splatoon

Get your pre-order locked in for this one, as today it’s 36% off its MSRP!

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Dual Shock 4 Controllers for $39.99 at Newegg

Use code EMCRBBE67 to knock 20 bucks off the listed price!

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Alienware Aurora Intel Core i5 Quad-Core Liquid Cooled Gaming Desktop for $899.99

Use code TENOFF to lower the price! Includes the newest Intel Kaby Lake processor and AMD RX 480 8GB Video Card.

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New Alienware 13 R3 Intel Core i5-6300HQ Quad-Core 1080p 13.3″ Gaming Laptop w/ 256GB SSD & 6GB Nvidia GTX1060

This laptop uses the very powerful GTX 1060 video card. It performs on par and surpasses the previous generation top-of-the-line GTX 980m, and the 1060 laptop card is on par with the performance of a desktop video card. This ensures it can easily handle 1080p gaming! You’d have had to pay closer to $1500-$1600 a year ago to get the same performance elsewhere.

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Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Open Now!

Since pre-orders went live yesterday, this link to Amazon has been available off and on. If you haven’t yet got your pre-order secured, keep an eye on it! Then don’t miss our extensive Complete Guide to Pre-Ordering Switch Consoles, Games & Accessories for everything else you’ll need for Nintendo’s next generation!

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Halo Wars 2: Ultimate Edition Pre-Orders Now Open

Prime members, lock in the lower pre-order price now! Includes the Season Pass +  four days early access to the game. (Start playing February 17 vs. waiting until February 21!)

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Xbox One Elite Controller + Free Skyrim Special Edition & Assassin’s Creed Ezio Collection

Here’s a huge deal, so act fast – picking up an Elite Controller at Newegg right now will also score you free copies of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition and Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection!

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Collector’s Edition for $42.02

If you held off on buying this one last August, well done. The jam-packed Collector’s Edition is now more than half off its original $99.99 MSRP!

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Dell XPS 13 Intel Core i5-7200u Kaby Lake 1080p 13.3″ Laptop with 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM and InfinityEdge Display for $899.99

Use the code TENOFF to get the best price here. This laptop weighs only 2.7 lbs, comes with the newest Intel processor and gets very strong reviews. This is likely the most desirable config (and the best value currently) as it has a big SSD, 8GB of RAM and a very capable i5 processor.

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Certified Refurbished Fire HD 10 Tablet, 10.1″ HD Display, Wi-Fi, 16 GB for $149.99

Use the code FIRE10 to drop a further $50 off this Fire HD’s listed $200 price.

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World of Final Fantasy’s Vita Version is Half Off

Why spend $40 when you can grab it for $19.99?

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The Humble “Overwhelmingly Positive” Bundle

Humble Bundle is back with an all-new selection of great games that you can pay any amount to own. This selection is grouped together thanks to their unanimously glowing user reviews – they’re all loved in an “overwhelmingly positive” way.

Pay $1.00 or More to Get:

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49″ Samsung 6-Serkes 4K Curved LED HDTV for $550

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Xbox Wireless Controller – Dawn Shadow Special Edition + Amazon.com $15 Gift Card for Just $69 

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Resident Evil 6 for $14.99

Get yourself ready for RE7 by replaying 6, for cheap! (Or playing it for the first time.) Prime members only on this one!

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Pre-Order Resident Evil 7 for $48 

Speaking of RE7, you might want to lock in the 20% off pre-order price on Prime if you haven’t already. It’s less than two weeks away!

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Pre-Order Gravity Rush 2 for $48

And here’s a selection of other sure bets that are coming soon, starting with Kat’s next quest.

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Pre-Order Hitman: The Complete First Season for $48

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Pre-Order Tales of Berseria for $48

Even if you don’t have Prime, the pre-order price is cheap on this one.

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Pre-Order Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue 

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Battlefield 1 Exclusive Collector’s Edition for $28.27

The game itself isn’t included, but you can nab Battlefield 1’s statue, steel book, playing card deck, patch, poster and carrier pigeon tube collectibles all together for just a fraction of its original $130 asking price today. It’s over 77% off!

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Dell Inspiron 17 5000 Intel Core i5-6200U 17.3″ Win 7 Pro Laptop (8GB/1TB) for $479

Use code BIZ240 to lower the price of this cheap 17.3″ laptop that’s great for those who need a new on-the-go machine. Includes Windows 7/10 Pro, which is a bonus for power users.

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High Back Race Car-Style Bucket Seat Office Desk/Gaming Chair for Only $69.99

Seats like these usually sell somewhere north of $100, so spending sub-$70 for one is a steal.

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Vizio 60″ 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV for Only $600

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Please Don’t Pay Full Price for PS Plus 

…you simply don’t need to, not when Amazon will email you a code for a year of Plus for $50, a $10 discount on Sony’s $60 MSRP.

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Withings Body Composition Wi-Fi Scale for 41% Off

Keep your New Year’s fitness resolution going strong with this, the most advanced and feature-packed body composition scale out there. Get a full assessment of your progress every day, sync up with your health tracker app on your phone and more!

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AUKEY HDTV Antenna, Amplified Indoor Digital TV Antenna for Just $16

The start of a new year is a great time to finally cut cable! Seriously, there are so many other ways to get great TV piped into your home here in 2017 – if you’re still paying out the nose to a cable company, just stop that. Pick up this $16 amplified HDTV antenna to pull in your local channels for free, then supplement with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, etc.

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Duduma Polarized Sports Sunglasses for $8.99

Use code E7HPAV36 to knock its listed price down to $8.99!

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Buy a $100 Stubhub Gift Card, Get a $15 Bonus Credit

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How About Two Months of Gamefly for $10? 

Gamefly is normally $15 a month, but you right now you can get your first two months for only $10. Watch out for that auto-renew, as the third month will be $15, but you can always set a calendar reminder to cancel in time.

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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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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

Batman: The Telltale Series for $19.99

Get the entire season on physical disc for $10 off today! Available on PS4 or Xbox One.

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Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection for Half Off

Less than two months after its debut, this bundle of Assassin’s Creed II, Revelations and Brotherhood has fallen to 50% of its original MSRP. Grab it on PS4 or Xbox One!

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Mighty No. 9 for $9.99

Available on PS4, Xbox One or Wii U.

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Grand Theft Auto V for $39.45

Available on PS4 or Xbox One.

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PlayStation

PlayStation 4 Slim 500GB Console – Uncharted 4 Bundle for $249.99

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Valkyria Chronicles Remastered for Just $23

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Xbox

Bully: Scholarship Edition for $19.99

Newly rebranded with packaging reflecting its backwards compatibility.

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Nintendo

The Legend of Zelda Adventurers Pouch 3DS Carrying Case for $15 + Free Shipping

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Blu-ray and DVD

Star Wars: The Original Trilogy on Region-Free Blu-ray

If you want to own the original Star Wars trilogy on Blu-ray, Amazon in the States will currently hook you up for about $35. If you’d like to think a bit outside the box, though, you could instead save around $15 by importing region-free Blu-rays from the United Kingdom! Amazon UK is happy to dispatch their versions of the classic films (with unique cover art) straight to your American mailbox.

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Rambo 1-3 Blu-ray Box Set for Under $10

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Tech

Save $35 on the TP-Link AC1200 Gigabit Wireless Wi-Fi Router (Archer C1200)

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Tile Slim Wallet/Phone/Anything Finder

Have something important you’re always losing? Your wallet, perhaps, or your phone? (Or, in my case, a stuffed tiger that without which my two-year-old refuses to go to sleep.) Grab a Tile Slim, stick in on that indispensable thing and never have to ransack your house looking for where you lost it ever again.

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AmazonBasics AA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries (8-Pack) Pre-charged for $15.99

Save some cash versus the normal price on these normal, everyday rechargeable batteries.

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Nintendo Switch: Hands On with the Next Nintendo Console

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Nintendo’s next console is taking a playful approach that could fold decades of history into an all-in-one device.

One look at Nintendo Switch and you could almost trace back the DNA of devices that came before it. This new console from Nintendo has two playful new controllers, called JoyCon, attached on each side that echo features of the intuitive (and super successful) Wii remote. The Switch also has a touchscreen, a major feature of the company’s last two portable devices and its current home console, the unsuccessful Wii U. Even though all of these components harken back to the company’s past, Nintendo Switch feels focused on a fun new future.

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Where Wii U was complicated and often cumbersome, the Switch is simple to understand the minute you see it. It’s a portable gaming device that can fit into a dock and outputs to your TV. It’s strong enough to run massive, open-world games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and or bring the vibrant race tracks of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe to life on the go (and both look great on the system’s small screen).

I was impressed by how solid the device felt in my hands

But any portable aiming for that kind of power and performance comes bundled with battery concerns. Nintendo says the battery in the Switch lasts from 2.5 to 6 hours depending on what you’re playing, and that’s part of a the grim reality for most dedicated portable gaming devices. The console could succeed or fail based on how much that limitation impacts the overall portable experience, and whether game developers can find a way around it to maintain quality software.

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We won’t have a clear picture of the Nintendo Switch’s typical battery cycle until much closer to the system launch this March, but we did spend some time with the hardware itself. I played the Nintendo Switch at a private event in NY, and I was immediately impressed by how solid the device felt in my hands. Admittedly it’s a big portable, one that probably won’t fit comfortably in your pants pocket.

But most of the games I played look good on the Switch’s 720p screen. The only one that didn’t was a demo of Skylanders Imaginators that looked grainy by comparison. The system display supports capacitive multitouch, but most of the games I played only use it to navigate menus. And Nintendo hasn’t been clear if it plans to use the touchscreen for much more than menu surfing.

I was surprised how much I enjoyed the concept behind the the JoyCon, despite their relatively small size. The controllers can slide on and off of rails on both sides of the unit and are much lighter than I expected. I would slide them on and off the device, and they make a satisfying click whenever I snapped them into place. More importantly, JoyCon won’t detach until you press down on a designated button located on the back of each one.

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The JoyCon themselves can be best described as palm-sized Wii remotes. They can track motion, but the smaller size means you’ll have to be a little more careful. They use an IR sensor to measure distance for some games. And then there’s HD rumble, a concept that uses vibration technology to simulate a new type of force feedback. In one demo, I was shocked how well it conveyed the feeling of spheres sliding around inside of a mystery box. As I tilted the controller back and forth, I could feel the contents rolling up and down in the palm of my hands. Nintendo told us that each JoyCon would last about 20 hours on a single charge, which is good to hear.

I constantly found myself wishing that JoyCon were just a little bit bigger

The analog sticks, tiny face buttons, and digital triggers of the controller were all within reach. The inner shoulder buttons labeled SL and SR weren’t as comfortable though. I constantly found myself wishing that JoyCon were just a little bit bigger, especially whenever I held a Joycon sideways because I couldn’t help but notice the scrunched up position of my fingers. Admittedly, I didn’t feel any fatigue during my demo of Snipperclips: Cut It Out, Together! — an adorable two player puzzle game where your avatar is a small piece of paper. In it, you work with a friend to solve puzzles by cutting each other into specific shapes. But it’s a much slower game compared to frantic madness of Mario Kart, and I don’t think my hands can take on that strain for very long.

Nintendo Switch: Hands On with the Next Nintendo Console

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Having played the Nintendo Switch, I can appreciate what it is. The device can transform into multiple configurations, and it folds together decades of Nintendo’s legacy into an all-in-one type of console. It’s hard not to be impressed from the moment I saw it, and the JoyCon have some innovative ideas. Nintendo Switch appears to be a scrappy little console that can do a lot, but more time is needed to see if it can do it all well.

Jose Otero is an Editor at IGN and host of Nintendo Voice Chat. You can follow him on Twitter.