Fan Perfectly Recreates The Deku Mask From Zelda: Majora's Mask

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Fan Perfectly Recreates The Deku Mask From Zelda: Majora's Mask

You've met with a terrible fate haven't you... but you still look really good.

This stunning, full-sized replica of the iconic mask from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask comes to us courtesy of MasenkoProps.

The masks dimensions are 20cm x 32cm x 14cm, and yes you can buy it. However, each mask is made to order, so expect for it to set you back about $130. Check out more of their work below.

Minecraft Movie Will Be Aimed At The Jurassic World Audience

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhnney is prepping to write and direct the Minecraft film for Warner Bros. The film is currently being scripted, but it seems that the studio already expects big things from the massive video game property.

“We are currently in the scripting stages,” producer Roy Lee told Collider. “And also doing visual designs to show the studio what the world will look like.”

Lee previously worked on the film The LEGO Movie, so hopefully that bodes well for the Minecraft film. In the interview, Lee mentioned that the production company was aiming for the same target audience as Jurassic World, which could mean that the film will be a little more mature than The LEGO Movie.

The Predator And Alien: Covenant Now Have Official Release Dates

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20th Century Fox announced the release dates for the upcoming sci-fi monster films Alien: Covenant and The Predator today. Alien: Covenant will be in theaters in summer 2017, while The Predator will hit screens in spring 2018.

Alien: Covenant will follow Prometheus as the second chapter in the Alien prequel trilogy. The film will pick up 10 years after the events of Prometheus and Michael Fassbender will reprise his role as the android David.

We have less information about The Predator, though a recent poster suggests that the titular alien hunter will appear in its signature armor once again. 

Activision Releases Limited Edition Skylanders To Bring Awareness To Autism

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Activision Releases Limited Edition Skylanders To Bring Awareness To Autism

Skylanders collaborated with Autism Speaks to release Power Blue Skylanders: SuperCharger figures today. Autism Speaks is an organization focused on autism science and advocacy, and has partnered up with Activision to put a spotlight on April’s Autism Awareness month.

The blue and white Skylanders are colored to match Autism Speaks' “Light It Up Blue” campaign, which seeks to highlight autism as a global health priority. Characters Splat and Trigger, as well as their SuperCharged vehicles, will appear in-game bearing the organization’s unique palette swap. 

"When my son was diagnosed with autism, I felt very alone,” Matt Asner says, who is director of Corporate Development at Autism Speaks. “From my first Autism Speaks Walk, I felt the power of community, and this partnership with Skylanders will bring awareness and belonging to kids and families in a unique way." 

Harrison Ford Was ‘Thoughtful’ About The Force Awakens’ Biggest Moment

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Harrison Ford Was ‘Thoughtful’ About The Force Awakens’ Biggest Moment

While it’s been a few months since Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ release, we’ll warn you up front that there are spoilers throughout this story. Turn back now if you haven’t seen the film.

If you’re still here, you likely knew what the headline was about before clicking in. Harrison Ford hasn’t spoken much about how he felt about his big scene in The Force Awakens, but an interview with director J.J. Abrams reveals a bit about the actor’s reaction.

Han Solo’s demise at the hands of Kylo Ren was one of the most shocking things the Star Wars universe has thrown our way. The manner of his death, while telegraphed in the moments leading up to the act, still made many of us gasp. However, Ford was “thoughtful” and understood when the situation was presented to him.

Sony Is Shutting Down The PSP PlayStation Store

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Sony Is Shutting Down The PSP PlayStation Store

The days of buying digital games right on your PSP are almost over. Sony has announced that as of the March 31, it’s pulling the plug on the handheld’s native store.

You’ll still be able to re-download past purchases (via the download list) and buy items in-game. You simply won’t be able to use the store to pay for new games.

To do that, you’ll need to use the web-based PlayStation Store or purchase and download on a PlayStation 3 in order to transfer. Full instructions are available on Sony’s website here.

Minecraft Combat Gets More Tactical In 1.9 Update

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Minecraft Combat Gets More Tactical In 1.9 Update

The long-awaiting 1.9 update for Minecraft is now available, bringing with it a number of changes. The biggest adjustments are to the combat system, which now requires a bit more strategy.

Different weapon classes now have their own benefits. Swords now offer a sweep attack. Axes now have a crushing blow option.

You’ll need to approach combat a bit more cautiously now. There is a brief cooldown between swings. 

New Releases This Week: February 28 Through March 5

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New Releases This Week: February 28 Through March 5

March is going to be a busy month, but this week kicks off with a bunch of re-releases. If you missed Twilight Princess, Heavy Rain, or Mortal Kombat X the first time out, now's your opportunity.

This week also sees a major expansion to Path of Exile, the release of Far Cry Primal on PC, and the absurd party game Ultimate Chicken Horse. Here's the full list:

Soul Axiom (PC, Mac, Linux) - February 29Deponia Doomsday (PC) - March 1Far Cry Primal (PC) - March 1
Heavy Rain
 (PS4) - March 1
Ironcast (PS4) - March 1
McDroid (Xbox One, PS4) - March 1
Mortal Kombat XL (Xbox One, PS4) - March 1
Return to Popolocrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale (3DS) - March 1
Screencheat (Xbox One, PS4) - March 1
Square Heroes (PS4) - March 1
Trulon: The Shadow Engine (PC) - March 1
The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition (PS4) – March 1
Blazblue: Chronophantasma Extended (PC) - March 2
Crazy Pixel Streaker (PC) - March 2
Gunscape (Xbox One, PS4, PC) - March 2
Black Desert Online (PC) - March 3
Blue Rider (PC) - March 3
E.T. Armies (PC) - March 3
Into the Stars (PC) - March 4
Ironcast (Xbox One) - March 4
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U) - March 4
Path of Exile: Ascendancy (PC) - March 4
Ultimate Chicken Horse (PC) - March 4