Check Out Dragon Ball FighterZ's New DLC Characters In Action

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Bandai Namco is kicking off a new season of DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ this week with the release of two new playable characters: Jiren and Videl. The pair will go on sale on January 31, and ahead of their arrival, the publisher has shared a new gameplay video showcasing both fighters in action.

The video, which you can watch above, pits Jiren and Videl against each other in a standard three-on-three bout, giving fans a closer look at each one's fighting style. Jiren looks like a real powerhouse, knocking Super Saiyan Blue Goku out with ease. Videl, meanwhile, favors close-range combat, and as we saw in her reveal trailer, she can call in Gohan (dressed as Great Saiyaman) for certain attacks.

Jiren and Videl will each retail for the same price as other Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC characters: $5. Both are also included in the FighterZ Pass 2, which costs $25 and grants access to four additional characters, two of whom will be Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta and Broly from the new Dragon Ball Super movie. The remaining two fighters have yet to be announced.

Super Bowl 2019: What Marvel Trailers Are We Expecting?

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The Super Bowl is almost here, and the one thing just as exciting as the big game is the commercials that air during the event. And one company that everyone has their eyes on this year is none other than Marvel, which has two big movies coming out in the first half of the year. But what can we expect from Marvel this Sunday?

2019 is going to be a big one for Marvel. In addition to what's coming from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, both Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants--formerly Fox properties--should be released under the Marvel banner with the buyout of 20th Century Fox coming to a close. That means that this year, Marvel will be releasing five movies. Here is what Marvel has planned for the upcoming year.

Chances of anything being shown for New Mutants--an X-Men movie that's been pushed back, delayed, and riddled with problems--is a long-shot, simply because it's not high-profile enough for Disney to drop significant money on. And again, the problems that have plagued this movie's production will have undoubtedly affected the final product.

The Division 2 Private Beta: Dates, How To Sign Up, And What's Included

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The private beta for The Division 2 is almost here, and we've outlined all the information you need to know in order to participate. Ubisoft has announced that new content will become available later in the demo, so you'll need to check in past the first day to see everything.

The Division 2 leaves the New York City setting of the first game for a story told in Washington DC. The loot-driven RPG elements and third-person cover-based shooter mechanics from The Division return, but this sequel promises a larger focus on how a player's choices will impact the in-game world. The popular Dark Zone from the first game has been multiplied into three in The Division 2, and how they work has also changed.

The Division 2 launches on March 15 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The PC version, previously scheduled for Steam, is now releasing on the Epic Games Store instead.

All Of This Year's Super Bowl Commercials (So Far)

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The Los Angeles Rams will take on the New England Patriots at the Super Bowl this weekend. But for many viewers, Super Bowl Sunday is about the spectacle. The year's biggest game, biggest half-time show, and of course, the biggest commercials. Advertising during the Super Bowl guarantees a massive audience and the prestige of sharing airtime with some of the most iconic ads ever created.

This year, companies like Amazon, Doritos, and Budweiser have already begun to show off teasers for ads that will air on February 3. Some of these are versions of the final ads themselves, but many are Internet-ready ads for the ads that we'll see during the big game. Check out all that we know about for sure below. We also expect to see some movie trailers, including a likely look at some upcoming Marvel films.

Amazon is advertising its Alexa virtual assistant with a series of ads, centered around a fictional Beta Testing program reserved strictly for celebrities like Harrison Ford. If anyone knows how to deal with smart-aleck robots, it's him.

Here's All Of This Year's Super Bowl Commercials (So Far)

about X hours ago from

The Los Angeles Rams will take on the New England Patriots at the Super Bowl this weekend. But for many viewers, Super Bowl Sunday is about the spectacle. The year's biggest game, biggest half-time show, and of course, the biggest commercials. Advertising during the Super Bowl guarantees a massive audience and the prestige of sharing airtime with some of the most iconic ads ever created.

This year, companies like Amazon, Doritos, and Budweiser have already begun to show off teasers for ads that will air on February 3. Some of these are versions of the final ads themselves, but many are Internet-ready ads for the ads that we'll see during the big game. Check out all that we know about for sure below. We also expect to see some movie trailers, including a likely look at some upcoming Marvel films.

Amazon is advertising its Alexa virtual assistant with a series of ads, centered around a fictional Beta Testing program reserved strictly for celebrities like Harrison Ford. If anyone knows how to deal with smart-aleck robots, it's him.

Mario Tennis Aces Adding New Free DLC Character This Week

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate isn't the only Switch game receiving a major update this week. Nintendo is also rolling out a new patch for Mario Tennis Aces. The update is slated to arrive on January 31 and will make a range of balance adjustments, kick off another Co-Op Challenge, and add a new playable character: Boom Boom.

Beginning February 1, players will be able to unlock the classic Super Mario Bros. 3 mid-boss by competing in the game's Online Tournament mode; everyone else, meanwhile, will unlock him automatically after March 1. You can get a look at Boom Boom in action in the trailer above.

In addition to Boom Boom, Nintendo is bringing back the Boo Hunt Co-Op Challenge until March 2, giving players another opportunity to unlock special alternate costumes for Boo. This particular challenge uses Swing Mode and has players teaming up online to hit the ball at as many Boos within the time limit.

Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw Review: Final Destination Meets Art House Comedy

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Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw Review: Final Destination Meets Art House Comedy

Dan Gilroy made a huge splash when his directorial debut, Nightcrawler, premiered at the Toronto Film Festival to rave reviews. After a sophomore slump in Roman J. Israel, Esq., Gilroy is back with a vengeance by going full horror with Velvet Buzzsaw, a bonkers supernatural slasher disguised as an art film where instead of horny teens, it’s pretentious and greedy art snobs getting murdered.

Gilroy returns to the morally compromised Los Angeles, only instead of dark and gloomy city streets, Velvet Buzzsaw is a gleaming and colorful satire of the art world. We begin at an art show where we are introduced to a parade of zany and ridiculous characters that are completely unaware of their ridiculousness. Jake Gyllenhaal reunites with Gilroy to play Morf Vandewalt, a powerful art critic that never turns off his criticisms. Josephina (Zawe Ashton) is a receptionist with ambitions working under the commanding punk artist turned gallery owner, Rodora (Rene Russo). Jon Dondon (Tom Sturridge) left Rhodora's teaching to become her biggest rival. There's also the art advisor with wealthy clients, Gretchen (Toni Collette). Rounding up the main cast is John Malkovich as a once great artist whose newfound sobriety ruined his artistic vision, and the one good-hearted and normal member of the ensemble, Coco (Natalia Dyer), a receptionist who keeps getting hired by people right before they die.