Nickelodeon Is Resurrecting All That And Spinning Off Spongebob Squarepants

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The '90s are back! All That, the Nickelodeon sketch comedy show that launched the career of longtime Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson, is making a comeback at the network. And this time, Thompson is helping the spearhead the revival.

The news comes from Variety, which reports that a new take on the show is in the works with a fresh cast. However, it's expected that some former cast members will appear in one way or another on the new All That. What's more, Thompson has signed on as an executive producer on the project.

"It means everything to me," the actor explained. "It was my first job that I ever had. It gave me an opportunity."

New Rainbow Six Siege Y4S1 Update Revealed; Patch Notes Listed

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Ubisoft has announced the changes scheduled to go live in Rainbow Six: Siege with the Y4S1 patch. The changes will first go live in Siege's test server on PC, where Ubisoft will monitor player feedback and make any necessary adjustments before pushing the update on all systems.

Most of the changes coming in the Y4S1 patch are buffs and nerfs for Operators. In terms of buffs, the area of effect on Capitao's bolts is being increased to make him more ideal for denying other Operators. For nerfs, the damage for Lesion's Gu mines is being reduced, Clash is losing the muzzle brake for her machine pistol, Dokkaebi's phone calls are being made shorter, the time it takes for Maverick to switch between his SURI torch and a weapon is being increased, and Ash is losing the ACOG sight for her R4-C.

The patch will also address breaching charges as well, which Ubisoft wants--as stated in a blog post--to be "safer and more comfortable" for Attackers to use. The charges are still rather dangerous for Defenders on the other side of the wall though. Although no changes are scheduled at this time, Ubisoft is also considering reworks for how shield-wielding Operators work, as well as buffs for Lion and Glaz and a nerf for Blitz.

Get Red Dead 2 For $40 On PS4 And Xbox One Right Now (US)

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One of the finest releases of last year--GameSpot's pick for Game of the Year--was Red Dead Redemption 2. While some of the big fall releases saw discounts during Black Friday, we've yet to see much in the way of notable deals on Rockstar's open-world game. If you've held out until now, you're in luck, as the game is 33% off at two different retailers in the United States.

Alongside GameStop's standard lineup of weekly deals, it's dropped the price of Red Dead 2 to $40 on both PS4 and Xbox One. Amazon, as it often does, has since price-matched that offer, letting you pick it up for the same price on either platform. We don't know exactly how long the discounts will run for, so you should act fast if you're interested by heading over to Amazon or GameStop.

No matter where you buy it, you can look forward to a huge open-world experience and a compelling narrative that you might not expect. Its world is vast and filled with an impressive level of attention to detail. You can read all about it in our Red Dead 2 review.

Apex Legends: Review, Tips, Patch Notes, Gameplay, And What To Know

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Apex Legends: Review, Tips, Patch Notes, Gameplay, And What To Know

Apex Legends is shaping up to be one of the biggest battle royale games around. It only released early last week and already has amassed quite the following. Of course, if you've yet to play the game, you're probably curious what the hubbub is all about. Lucky for you, we've detailed below all the essential information you need to know, which includes our full review, how the game's microtransactions work, guides, and much more.

What are your thoughts about Apex Legends? Do you think it has what it takes to compete against Fortnite? Let us know in the comments below. Otherwise, be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more features and guides.

Apex Legends is a battle royale game that's focused more on teamwork than its competitors. It pits 20 teams of three players against each other on one huge map. Like other games in the genre, you and your squad enter with no weapons or items and must scavenge everything you need to be the last team standing.

Apex Legends: Review, Gameplay, Guides, Patch Notes, And What We Know

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Apex Legends: Review, Gameplay, Guides, Patch Notes, And What We Know

Apex Legends is shaping up to be one of the biggest battle royale games around. It only released early last week and already has amassed quite the following. Of course, if you've yet to play the game, you're probably curious what the hubbub is all about. Lucky for you, we've detailed below all the essential information you need to know, which includes our full review, how the game's microtransactions work, guides, and much more.

What are your thoughts about Apex Legends? Do you think it has what it takes to compete against Fortnite? Let us know in the comments below. Otherwise, be sure to check back often as we update this feature with even more features and guides.

Apex Legends is a battle royale game that's focused more on teamwork than its competitors. It pits 20 teams of three players against each other on one huge map. Like other games in the genre, you and your squad enter with no weapons or items and must scavenge everything you need to be the last team standing.

Metro Exodus Release Date & Pre-Order Guide: Prices, Bonuses

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Metro Exodus Release Date & Pre-Order Guide: Prices, Bonuses

Set to launch February 15, Metro Exodus continues Artyom and his allies' stories after the events of Metro: Last Light. The game is releasing on Xbox One, PS4, and PC--with the PC version launching exclusively on the Epic Games Store.

Like its predecessors, Exodus is a single-player first-person shooter set in Russia during a post-apocalyptic future that's been ravaged by both nuclear fallout and mutant monsters. Those that survived did so by hiding in the country's metro stations. Unlike the last two games, Exodus mostly ditches the cramped, underground setting for one on Russia's surface. The game isn't completely open world, though. Instead, it's a series of connected open spaces. Survival still proves challenging in Exodus, as you'll encounter mutants and antagonistic survivors, and need to scavenge for materials to keep your weapons and equipment working.

Far Cry New Dawn Release Date & Pre-Order Guide: Prices, Bonuses

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Far Cry New Dawn Release Date & Pre-Order Guide: Prices, Bonuses

Set to launch February 15, Far Cry New Dawn is both a post-apocalyptic reskin of and sequel to Far Cry 5 that introduces a new story, allies, and weapons. You won't have to shell out the typical $60 USD to grab this brand-new game, though, as New Dawn has a $40 price point. The game launches on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

The canonical ending of Far Cry 5 saw nukes dropping from the sky, wiping out nearly all life in Hope County, Montana. But that wasn't the end of the story, not by a long-shot. Jumping 17 years later, Far Cry New Dawn sees the remnants of Hope County try to rebuild society, only to come into conflict with a pair of power-hungry twins and their bloodthirsty army of outlaws.

In our Far Cry New Dawn review, Edmond Tran gave the game a 6/10, writing, "There's a lot of potential in the ideas seeded in New Dawn, but there isn't enough room for many of them to breathe and feel fully realized. Not the post-apocalyptic theme, not the RPG mechanics, not the weapons, vehicles, plot, or characters. Advancing through the adventure is an enjoyable experience, especially once you get your superhuman powers, but this is largely because Far Cry 5's combat and progression models remain compelling enough to propel you forward. For its part, New Dawn is a palatable but unremarkable spin-off that feels like it could have achieved so much more."

Batman And The Flash Face A Tragic Hero In DC Crossover Event

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Batman And The Flash Face A Tragic Hero In DC Crossover Event

Part two of the four-part crossover event The Price, which hops back and forth Batman and The Flash's comic book series through the month of February, hit shelves this week, and it brought with it the return of a newer DC Comics character who hasn't been around for a while. Gotham Girl, Claire Clover, has made her slightly less-than-triumphant reappearance, and she's brought with her a whole slew of trouble for Barry Allen and Bruce Wayne. As if things weren't already complicated enough.

Now, there's a pretty good chance the name Gotham Girl doesn't sound familiar to you, and if that's the case, don't panic. She was first introduced only three years ago in the first arc of Batman's Rebirth reboot, which you can find in trade paperback format under the title Batman: I Am Gotham. On the surface, her story pretty typical--tragic past, murdered parents, an idolized brother who imparted a need to do good--but that's where things start to get a little complicated.