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This Free Mod Adds 'World of Warcraft' Zones to 'Valheim'

Valheim players worried about all the time they’re spending outside of World of Warcraft can now kill two birds with one stone. Thanks to a new—free—mod, you can explore the beloved realms of Azeroth from within everyone’s favorite Viking survival game.Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Mod, Nexus, Lifehacks, Warcraft, Azeroth, Windows Games, Video Gaming, Nexus Mods, Blizzard games, Creative Works, Valheim, Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games


The Flash Teases Our First Glimpse at Impulse in Action

Dave Bautista doubles down on the end of his time as Drax. Penn Jillette reveals a suitably bonkers cameo for the Borderlands movie. Tom Cruise is trainward bound in a new look at Mission Impossible 7. Plus, Batwoman tackles racist policing, and what’s next on The Nevers. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Batwoman, Kevin Hart, Tom Cruise, Eli Roth, Drax, Mission Impossible, Roland, Nancy Drew, Luke, Carson, Van Helsing, Dave Bautista, Penn Jillette, Jim Cook


The Flash Teases Our First Glimpse at Impusle in Action

Dave Bautista doubles down on the end of his time as Drax. Penn Jillette reveals a suitably bonkers cameo for the Borderlands movie. Tom Cruise is trainward bound in a new look at Mission Impossible 7. Plus, Batwoman tackles racist policing, and what’s next on The Nevers. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Batwoman, Kevin Hart, Tom Cruise, Eli Roth, Drax, Mission Impossible, Roland, Nancy Drew, Luke, Carson, Van Helsing, Dave Bautista, Penn Jillette, Jim Cook


Mass Effect Made Itself on Virmire

Eden Prime. Ilos. The Suicide Mission. The Battle of London. A small apartment with one hell of a party on the Citadel. There are many moments and places in the Mass Effect universe to turn to as some of the most memorable, definitive pieces of its story. But few can encapsulate what Mass Effect was, and what it would…Read more...
Tags: Science, London, Video Games, RPG, Ashley Williams, Shepard, Mass Effect, Windows Games, Krogan, Fictional Characters, WREX, Mass Effect 3, Video Game Characters, Electronic Arts Games, Role Playing Video Games, Video Game Sequels


The Epic vs. Apple Hearing Is Already a Disaster

The Epic v. Apple trial kicked off on Monday morning, and it’s already devolved into a giant, internet-fueled mess. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Software, Itunes, Epic, Computing, Reddit, App Store, Apple Inc, Epic Games, Tim Sweeney, Windows Games, Fortnite, Video Gaming, Sweeny, Technology Internet


League of Legends Is Getting Its Own Animated Series on Netflix

Between this and the recent, solid DOTA animated show Dragon’s Blood, it seems like Netflix is going all-in on the hyperspecific market that is “wildly popular MOBA, but make it cartoons.”Read more...
Tags: MOBA, Science, Sports, Software, Netflix, Tencent, Esports, League Of Legends, Riot Games, Dota, Windows Games, Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, Video Gaming, Defense Of The Ancients, Dc Comics Characters, Arcane


Why Mortal Kombat's Director Didn't Want to Read the Script at First

Simon McQuoid is a former commercial director who was won over by Greg Russo’s Mortal Kombat script. However, he wasn’t sold on directing a video game film—at first. As he recalls telling his agent: “The first movie out, I think it shouldn’t be a video game.” Clearly, that didn’t age well.Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Rain, Duracell, New Line Cinema, Mortal Kombat, Windows Games, Todd Garner, Greg Russo, Simon McQuoid, Video Game Characters, Creative Works, English Language Films, Hell In Popular Culture, Mythopoeia, Entertainment Culture


Why Mortal Kombat Director Didn't Want to Read the Script at First

Simon McQuoid is a former commercial director who was won over by Greg Russo’s Mortal Kombat script. However, he wasn’t sold on directing a video game film—at first. As he recalls telling his agent: “The first movie out, I think it shouldn’t be a video game.” Clearly, that didn’t age well.Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Rain, Duracell, New Line Cinema, Mortal Kombat, Windows Games, Todd Garner, Greg Russo, Simon McQuoid, Video Game Characters, Creative Works, English Language Films, Hell In Popular Culture, Mythopoeia, Entertainment Culture


Mortal Kombat Had a 'Fight Plan' to Make Sure the Action Was Balanced

One of the most impressive things about Mortal Kombat is how each fight means something. When things get cooking in the second half of the film, everything that’s happened before gives each one of the various showdowns some sort of personal stakes—that’s what makes those fights shine even beyond special effects and…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Video Games, Scorpion, Arcade Games, Sub Zero, McQuaid, Jax, Dave Callaham, Mortal Kombat, Windows Games, Joe Taslim, Fictional Characters, Greg Russo, Simon McQuoid, DOS games


Watch Mortal Kombat's Surprisingly Emotional First 7 Minutes

From the very beginning of the new Mortal Kombat, it’s clear the filmmakers are trying something different with this particular video game adaptation. But, instead of us explaining that, why don’t you just watch it for yourself?Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Warner Bros, Scorpion, Joe, Sub Zero, Mortal Kombat, Windows Games, Fictional Characters, Liu Kang, Kitana, Ben Wallfisch, Hiroyuki, Video Game Characters, English Language Films, Hell In Popular Culture


Download This Free Mod to Get New Mind-Bending Portal 2 Puzzles

Portal 2 turned 10 years old this week, giving us the perfect excuse to return to its timeless (and arguable unsurpassed) puzzle-platforming gameplay. But for those who know the game’s levels like the back of their Companion Cubes, you should check out the recently released free mod, Portal Reloaded, which adds an all…Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Lifehacks, Portal, Warp, Windows Games, Video Gaming, Portal 2, Creative Works, Puzzle Video Games, Linux Games, Teleportation In Fiction


Dash Rendar Makes a Friend in This Look Inside a New Star Wars Anthology

For years, Star Wars Insider has been home to more than just journalism and criticism about the ins and outs of the galaxy far, far away, but original fiction spanning everything from the highs of the old Expanded Universe to the recent launch of The High Republic. A new anthology is gathering some of its classics,…Read more...
Tags: Droid, Science, Video Games, Darth Vader, Dash, Greg, Dey, Brian Rood, Windows Games, Joe Corroney, Fictional Characters, Matthew Stover, Paul S Kemp, Outrider, Jason Fry, Michael Reaves


Leaked HTC Vive Air Concept Would Solve a Major Problem With VR Fitness

VR fitness is the future, baby! But there’s one major problem: sweat. As fun as fitness games can be, it’s less fun if sweat keeps trickling into your eyeball during an intense session, and properly cleaning a headset afterward can be annoying. All this makes the leaked HTC Vive Air intriguing Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Htc, Htc Vive, Htc Corporation, Components, Virtual Reality Headset, Valve Corporation, Windows Games, Virtual Reality Games, Computer Peripherals, Technology Internet, Hospitality Recreation, Htc Re


You Had One Job, Ghostbusters: Afterlife Cereal

There’s something strange in the neighborhood grocery store’s cereal aisle. Something. And by “strange,” I mean bad.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Ghostbusters, General Mills, Mills, Ralston, Kix, Ray Stantz, Slimer, Windows Games, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture


Mortal Kombat's Stars Believe the Film's Diversity Gives It Added Resonance

Though Mortal Kombat is an action-packed adaptation of a hit video game, releasing it right now may wind up meaning a little something extra. The film is filled with actors from all walks of life, but many of are of Asian descent. In a time when violence against AAPI community is at the forefront of public discussion…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Video Games, Arcade Games, Sub Zero, Jax, Cole Young, Deadpool 2, Mortal Kombat, Windows Games, Joe Taslim, Lewis Tan, Wu Assassins, DOS games, Video Game Characters, Creative Works


Get Three Free Adventure Games From Epic This Week

Epic Games Store customers who have played down their piles of shame can build them back up by grabbing a trio of acclaimed indie adventure games for free this week.Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Lifehacks, Jack, Pc Games, Adventure Games, Rufus, Ken Follett, LucasArts, Adventure Game, Windows Games, LOOM, Video Game Publishers, Epic Games Store, Technology Internet, Linux Games, Deponia


Updates from Mortal Kombat, Doctor Strange 2, and More

The original Predator screenwriters are trying to get the rights back from Disney. Get a look at Legends of Tomorrow’s return. Plus, what’s to come on Batwoman and Fear the Walking Dead. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, Batwoman, John Thomas, Doctor Strange, Supergirl, Benny Boom, Mary, Carson, Leslie, Benedict, Lisa Bao, Sub Zero, Bess, James Remar, Odette




Learn How to Make Games With a Premium Unity Developer Certification Bundle for $45

Unity Developer Certification Bundle | $45 | StackSocialRead more...
Tags: Science, Software, Software Development, Unity, Windows Games, Video game development, Technology Internet, Linux Games


The 10 Best Deals of April 6, 2021

Tuesday’s Best Deals | Kinja DealsRead more...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Ipad, Science, Video Games, Newegg, Intel, Tetris, Best Buy, Chromebook, Nintendo, Ubisoft, M1, Ny Times, Nintendo DS, Jordan McMahon


The Best Free-to-Play Games for the Xbox Series X/S

The latest Xbox Insider program update nixes the Xbox Live Gold requirement for free-to-play (F2P) Xbox games for users in the Xbox Insider Alpha & Alpha Skip Ahead rings. The change will roll out to other Xbox Insider levels in the coming weeks, and, hopefully, everyone else soon after.Read more...
Tags: Microsoft, Video Games, Sony, Nintendo, Call Of Duty, Lifehacks, RPG, Titanfall, Phantasy Star Online, Roblox, Windows Games, Free To Play, Fortnite, Video Gaming, Dauntless, Digital Extremes


Even Atari's Reanimated Corpse Is Getting in on the NFT Grift

Let me start right off the bat with the disclaimer that this is not an April Fool’s joke. Atari, or rather, the corporate entity that now runs the shell of the beleaguered video game company, has jumped on the non-fungible token hype train to shamelessly cash in on that arcade nostalgia. Read more...
Tags: Science, Video Games, Ebay, Mobile Games, Atari, Pong, Arcade Games, NFT, Andy Capp, Windows Games, Atari Games, Centipede, Video Game Publishers, Video game platforms, Video game companies, Dona Bailey


Five Good Settings To Tweak In Outriders

As if there weren’t enough looter-shooters around, Outriders is out today. It’s a whole lot of game, with a whole lot of settings that can affect how you play. Some are obvious; some are not. It goes without saying that such things are a matter of taste, but I’ve found the following tweaks have made my time on Enoch…Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Playstation, Paul Greengrass, Lifehacks, Cosplay, Bourne, Enoch, Crossplay, Windows Games, Video Gaming, Video Game Consoles, Outriders, Cross Dressing


The 10 Best Deals of April 1, 2021

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Tags: Iphone, Apple, Amazon, Games, Video Games, Walmart, Headphones, Gluten Free Diet, Lifehacks, D, Magsafe, iPhone accessories, Bloodborne, Windows Games, AirPods, Souls


Star Wars Casting Rumors Shut Down by Marvel's Sebastian Stan

Get a new look at . New Mortal Kombat footage teases Mileena and Kabal in action. Batwoman has found its next big comics villain. Don’t expect to see more Stormfront when The Boys returns. Plus, behind the scenes on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Brian Cox, Batwoman, Good Morning America, James Gunn, Ewan McGregor, Falcon, Luke Skywalker, Wasp, Aya Cash, Roman, Sam Wilson, Harry S, Vivica A Fox, Kabal


How Magic: The Gathering's New Wizard School Brings Back Some Familiar Faces (and Spells)

With the longevity Magic: The Gathering has achieved, so many story beats and classic cards are lost to time—new sets, new stories, new play modes and standards, new narrative progress. The game’s next expansion, and newest setting, is hoping to do much the same...while serving as a chance to pick up on some old…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Games, Science, Education, Magic, Nerd Culture, Onyx, Breyer, Multiverse, Magic The Gathering, Windows Games, Wizard, Video Gaming, Lukka, Digital Collectible Card Games, Doug Beyer


How to Get Started With the 'Magic: Legends' Free Open Beta

Magic: Legends—an online, free-to-play action RPG based on the long-running Magic: The Gathering (MTG) trading card game—is now playable in open beta on PC. Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Games, Sports, Lifehacks, RPG, Multiverse, Collectible Card Game, Magic The Gathering, Windows Games, Video Gaming, Legends of Runeterra, Digital Collectible Card Games, Magic The Gathering Arena, Magic The Gathering Duels Of The Planeswalkers




How to Stream Kaskade's Concert in 'Fortnite' This Weekend

Fortnite’s next big in-game concert features Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Kaskade, who will perform his new Reset EP in full multiple times between Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March 27. The shows will happen live in Fortnite’s Party Royale game mode.Read more...
Tags: Video Games, Sports, Software, Soccer, Lifehacks, Grammy, Epic Games, House Party, Rocket League, Kaskade, Windows Games, Fortnite, Video Gaming, Houseparty, Battle royale game, Entertainment Culture


So-Called Pirates Are Doing The Work When Publishers Fail To Preserve Their Games

Yesterday, TheGamer reported that Sony has plans to shut down the online PS3, PS Vita, and PSP stores that service those older consoles. While this has yet to be confirmed, and Sony has not responded to Kotaku’s request for comment, the internet discourse around this potentially troubling news immediately began to…Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Video Games, Playstation, Computing, Sony, Nintendo, PlayStation Vita, Grand Theft Auto, Warner Bros, Doom, Ps3, Video Game, PS Vita, Pc Game, Activision