Best DC Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018

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Best DC Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018


During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming DC comics merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming DC comics merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

Best Marvel Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018

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Best Marvel Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018


During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming Marvel merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming Marvel merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

Best Star Wars Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018

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Best Star Wars Collectibles Of Toy Fair 2018


During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming Star Wars merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

During Toy Fair, New York's Javitz Center is filled with thousands of collectibles. including new and upcoming Star Wars merch. Here are the best of the best.

Note: Some collectibles are still being developed, and not all pictures represent final products.

Rainbow Six Siege's Alien Outbreak Mode Is Completely Different To Traditional Siege

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Rainbow Six Siege's Alien Outbreak Mode Is Completely Different To Traditional Siege

Rainbow Six Siege has changed significantly in the two-and-a-bit years since launch. The Operator number and map count have nearly doubled, strategies have evolved, and we no longer all sit in one room, terrified, waiting to be picked off by attackers. But we are essentially still shooting similar guns at similar enemies, just in different combinations. Operation Chimera's Outbreak event, however, is the first PvE update Siege has received since launch, and it is markedly different to anything the game has seen before.

Starting March 6, it's a one-month co-op event that sees you and two companions team up to fight an alien invasion in the Mexican town of Truth or Consequences. Three missions are included--colloquially known as Junkyard, Hospital, and Resort--and you can pick from new Operators Lion and Finka as well as veterans Smoke, Ash, Doc, Glaz, Kapkan, Tachanka, Buck, Ying, and Recruit.

New Rainbow Six Siege PvP Mode Revealed, Map Updates Detailed

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New Rainbow Six Siege PvP Mode Revealed, Map Updates Detailed

With Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Chimera update coming soon (including the new Outbreak mode), Ubisoft has been talking more about its plans for the third year of the game's DLC. First, the company has revealed a new PvP mode on the way called Pick & Ban.

The mode allows each team to ban their opponents from choosing two Operators of their choice for the entire match. The catch is that your team is also banned from choosing those two Operators for the match, as well as the two your opponents pick.

In addition, both teams' lineups will be revealed to all players at the start of each round. However, you'll then have the chance to re-pick one Operator without the enemy seeing--they'll have to identify that player in the usual ways, using drones and cameras. Finally, it appears Pick & Ban will allow you to choose your spawn point before you choose your Operator rather than afterwards, as it is currently.

Multiple Rainbow Six Siege Operators Going Free Soon, Following Controversy

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Rainbow Six Siege will soon be giving a number of its Operators away for free, Ubisoft has announced. Starting with the new season of DLC on March 3, all versions of the game except for the Starter Edition will include all 20 base Operators for no extra charge. In addition, all past and future weapon attachments will now be unlocked from the get-go, and the game's Starter Edition will now include six Operators rather than four, as was the case before.

Currently, players wanting to unlock more Operators are required to either spend in-game experience points, called Renown, or pay real-world money to purchase various season passes. Going forward, all 20 Operators included with the game at launch will be automatically unlocked, along with all weapon attachments. The move comes just weeks after Ubisoft announced it would be discontinuing Siege's Standard Edition in favor of a more expensive Advanced Edition, before reversing that decision based on fan feedback. The company says these new changes will ensure new players get more options from the beginning and a better experience when playing online.

First Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC Characters Revealed

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On top of the 24 characters already available in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Bandai Namco is introducing an additional eight fighters to the roster post-launch as DLC. While the publisher has been quiet about who these characters will be, we've now gotten a look at the first two coming to the Dragon Ball fighting game, courtesy of Japanese magazine V-Jump (via Gematsu).

The first two DLC characters on the way to Dragon Ball FighterZ are the Legendary Super Saiyan Broly and Goku's father, Bardock. The former was one of the 15 DLC characters we wanted to see added to the game. According to Gematsu, Broly's special is Gigantic Meteor--an enormous energy ball that uses three Ki gauges. Bardock's special attack is called Revenger Assault; when activated, the warrior transforms into a Super Saiyan and delivers a rush attack.

Broly and Bardock are included in Dragon Ball FighterZ's season pass, along with the other six yet-to-be-revealed DLC characters coming to the fighting game. Bandai Namco hasn't announced individual pricing for the two fighters, but the season pass costs $35 USD / £29 / $52.95 AU.

New On Netflix This Week: FullMetal Alchemist Movie, Mute, And More

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The last full week of February brings a bunch of new shows and movies to watch on Netflix. From talk shows to original movies to animate adaptations, there's more than enough to binge if you've got the time.

Likely the biggest addition of the week in the live-action movie adaptation of FullMetal Alchemist. The film, based on the popular anime, was released in Japan back in December. In lieu of a theatrical release in the United States, it will instead stream on Netflix.

Joining it are new seasons of Netflix originals Marseille, Seven Seconds, and Ugly Delicious. Additionally, February 18 will see the premiere of the streamer's new weekly talk show, The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale. Based on what's been revealed about the series thus far, it sounds like a hybrid of a traditional talk show and McHale's former E! series The Soup.

Remembering 2008: The Biggest Games That Turn 10 This Year

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Remembering 2008: The Biggest Games That Turn 10 This Year

Circa 2008

Like 2007, we all have fond gaming memories of 2008. It was packed with a wealth of high-profile sequels to some of the biggest franchises, including Grand Theft Auto, Fallout, and Metal Gear Solid. In addition, there were notable debuts from unexpected gems, like the EA-produced big-budget survival game Dead Space and indie darling Braid, which each proved influential in a variety of ways. Many of the games in 2008 continued to push the boundaries of gaming, offering experiences that were substantial and memorable in their own right.

The GameSpot staff is taking a personal look back at some of the more notable games of 2008, and the impact they've had in the ten years since their respective releases. While some of these games became the stepping-stones for something greater--and others have since fallen into obscurity--the impression they left on us is undeniable, and are worth recognition for their tenth anniversary.

Here's a selection of games--in order of their respective releases--that made 2008 a year to remember for us. And if you want to see the biggest games that turned 10 last year, be sure to check out our feature covering the biggest games that turned 10 in 2007.