Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Cut A Spider-Person And A Sequel Could Include More

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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Cut A Spider-Person And A Sequel Could Include More

While the world built in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is unlike just about anything comic book movie fans have seen unfold on the big screen, there was a time when the movie was almost even weirder. In fact, it almost included yet another Spider-Person.

Speaking to GameSpot for the digital and Blu-ray release of the film, co-director Rodney Rothman teased the potential of Australian Spider-Man, who would have put a ticking clock on the glitching danger that Peter B. Parker and his fellow Spideys faced. "Australian Spider-Man was there and made a point of saying he had arrived a whole twenty-four hours earlier because he's a whole day ahead," Rothman explained. "And then he glitched to death and turned to a pile of dust in front of everyone and then they were like, 'Oh we have twenty-four hours to live,' because this guy was dead."

Turning into a pile of dust sounds like it was definitely inspired by Avengers: Infinity War, which would have been a truly funny nod to work into Spider-Verse. Then again, it's hard to know how the death of Australian Spider-Man would have fit into the movie, given that Gwen Stacy arrived a week earlier than the rest of the Spider-People. If they could only stay there for 24 hours, she definitely would have been dusted by that point.

PS4's Best Weekly Deals Include Major Titles From Ubisoft, Square Enix (US)

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PS4's Best Weekly Deals Include Major Titles From Ubisoft, Square Enix (US)

Last week, Xbox owners were treated to a huge sale on Ubisoft games, and this week, PlayStation owners will have their chance to snag many of the publisher's best titles at a discount. Square Enix also has a major sale going on, with titles from some of their biggest series, like Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, and Just Cause, marked down. And as always, you'll save even more money on many of these titles if you're a PS Plus member. (Note: These deals are limited to US customers.)

Several worthwhile games stand out among Ubisoft's offerings. All editions of Assassin's Creed Odyssey are marked down 57%, with the standard edition listed for just $25.79. Watch Dogs 2: Gold Edition is selling for just $30 (70% off). A bundle with both South Park: The Stick of Truth and South Park: The Fractured But Whole is marked down to $40 (50% off), and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is available for just $20 (60% off).

Every Active WWE Championship: From The Universal Title To The Ones You Forgot Existed

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Every Active WWE Championship: From The Universal Title To The Ones You Forgot Existed


There are two types of WWE superstars: Champions and the six wrestlers who don't have titles. Jokes aside, there are so many championship titles in WWE that are currently active. After all, the company has to many different brands, each of which has its own set of titles.

When you look at the big picture, WWE has a lot of championship titles in the current rotation. Here's a fun fact, while there 17 titles currently active in WWE right now, only three of them existed before the year 2000. So we're going to take a look at all the WWE titles that are currently in rotation.

While on occasion the titles get some aesthetic changes, like Daniel Bryan's current eco-friendly WWE Championship, we'll be discussing the titles as they exist outside of storylines where they may be personalized in some way. Here are all of WWE's current titles.

There are two types of WWE superstars: Champions and the six wrestlers who don't have titles. Jokes aside, there are so many championship titles in WWE that are currently active. After all, the company has to many different brands, each of which has its own set of titles.

Spider-Man Spin-off Morbius Now Shooting, First Image Released From Set

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The huge success of Sony's Spider-Man spin-off Venom ensured that we will be getting more movies featuring heroes and villains from the Spidey universe. Venom 2 is on the way, but next up will be Morbius. Production on the movie has now started and a first image has been released from the set.

The picture was posted on Twitter by star Jared Leto. It doesn't exactly reveal much, as Leto is largely obscured by a clapperboard. But we can see that he has the long hair and pale skin of Morbius the Living Vampire from Marvel's comic books--check it out below.

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EA Is Aware Anthem Is Crashing PS4 Consoles

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EA has announced it is aware that Anthem is causing certain issues for PS4 consoles. In an effort to fix the problem, the publisher is asking players to submit data reports.

"We are currently in process of gathering information about the PS4 issues so we can determine the root cause," EA wrote in a blog post. If you're playing Anthem on PS4 and the game has seemingly caused your console to crash, EA asks you submit information about which of the PS4 consoles you're using (original, Slim, or Pro), your PSN ID, details about your problem, and whether you reported the crash when your console prompted you to. If you'd rather not, some players--according to Variety--have discovered Sony is offering refunds (pretty much no questions asked) for people who bought Anthem on PS4.

Anthem has had one of the roughest launches of any game in 2019. A VIP demo held mere weeks before the game's release was bug-ridden and caused problems for other EA games. Anthem then released to mediocre reviews, and even though BioWare pushed out several updates--including one that addressed the unpopular tethering system--the retail price of the game soon started dropping on Amazon. One of the updates--a hotfix patch designed to fix problems with Anthem's loot system--even broke the game for a while.

Sony Giving Anthem Refunds To Some PS4 Users Following Crash Bug

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Anthem has had a rocky launch, from middling reviews to bugs. The most severe of these problems has been crashing bugs on PS4, causing the entire system to shut down improperly. PlayStation 4 users have been vocal about the problem, and EA is aware of the issue. In the meantime, though, Sony is offering refunds to at least some affected users.

Variety reports that several users on Reddit claimed they had been given refunds from Sony's support chat. The support center is said to only ask a series of account verification questions, since Sony is already aware of the pervasive crashing issue. Other users claim they were refused a refund, and Sony hasn't issued an official statement offering refunds.

EA, meanwhile, is in the midst of gathering data about the crashing bug so that it can work on a fix. It has requested that impacted users submit information including your make of console, PSN ID, whether you submitted a crash report through the console itself, and any other details.

Anthem Getting Refunded For Some Users Following PS4 Crash Bug

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Anthem has had a rocky launch, from middling reviews to bugs. The most severe of these problems has been crashing bugs on PS4, causing the entire system to shut down improperly. PlayStation 4 users have been vocal about the problem, and EA is aware of the issue. In the meantime, though, Sony is offering refunds to at least some affected users.

Variety reports that several users on Reddit claimed they had been given refunds from Sony's support chat. The support center is said to only ask a series of account verification questions, since Sony is already aware of the pervasive crashing issue. Other users claim they were refused a refund, and Sony hasn't issued an official statement offering refunds.

EA, meanwhile, is in the midst of gathering data about the crashing bug so that it can work on a fix. It has requested that impacted users submit information including your make of console, PSN ID, whether you submitted a crash report through the console itself, and any other details.

Destiny 2 Patch Notes: Updates To Gambit, Tons Of Weapon Changes

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The Season of the Drifter has come to Destiny 2, kicking off the start of the second of three content expansions as part of the game's current Annual Pass. Along with the new season, Bungie has dropped a big update for the game that makes a bunch of changes to Gambit mode--which is central to the new content--and looks like it nerfs a whole lot of weapons.

As Bungie detailed on its blog, Update 2.2.0 rejiggers a lot of how Gambit works. First off, the third round of every Gambit match is now more of a sudden death affair, where the Primeval boss enemy spawns immediately instead of after a round of collecting motes, thus speeding things up considerably.

The Taken blockers you can send against your foes in Gambit matches have been changed as well: gone are the Taken Phalanx, Knight, and Ogre. They've been replaced by a Taken Goblin as the small blocker, with less health than the Phalanx; a Taken Captain as the medium blocker, with more health than the Knight; and a Taken Knight as the large blocker, with more health than the Ogre. The update also lays the groundwork for Gambit private matches, which Bungie says are due to hit the game on April 2.