Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Might Have Some Hints About The Post-Endgame MCU

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Might Have Some Hints About The Post-Endgame MCU

Things are in a precarious state in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Technically, we're waiting on the resolution of the events of Avengers: Infinity War, which are getting wrapped up in Avengers: Endgame on April 26. But anybody could have guessed that Thanos's victory in Infinity War, which resulted in half the life of the universe ceasing to exist, wouldn't last forever, and beloved characters would come back from the brink to appear in more movies. With the release of the first teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, that assumption is essentially confirmed: Peter Parker will return, despite the snap.

The cool thing about the MCU, however, is that events have left some indelible marks on its characters. The heroes might have stopped the Chitauri invasion in The Avengers back in 2012, but the experience left Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) afflicted with PTSD, which has affected every decision he's made since then. The events of the Battle of New York in The Avengers led Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) to steal alien weapons in Spider-Man: Homecoming, kicking off the events of that movie. And everything that happened in Avengers: Age of Ultron altered global politics so completely that it led to Captain America: Civil War, which broke up the Avengers and brought Black Panther and Wakanda onto the world stage.

Your Fortnite Account Could Have Been Hacked Through An Old Epic Games Webpage

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Check Point security researchers discovered vulnerabilities in Epic Games' website, which could have been used to hack into someone's Fortnite account. According to CNET, the researchers found the exploit in November 2018, and it was subsequently fixed by Epic this month.

"We were made aware of the vulnerabilities and they were soon addressed. We thank Check Point for bringing this to our attention. As always, we encourage players to protect their accounts by not reusing passwords and using strong passwords, and not sharing account information with others," an Epic Games spokesperson said.

The 10 Greatest Samuel L. Jackson Performances, Ranked

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The 10 Greatest Samuel L. Jackson Performances, Ranked


Samuel L. Jackson is one of the most prolific actors in Hollywood. There are some actors like Daniel Day-Lewis who work seldomly; they take on so few projects that their movies are years apart from one another.

Actors like Jackson do the opposite. Since his film debut in 1972, Jackson has performed in over 100 films and counting. And although many of roles are bit parts, a great deal of them are major supporting roles and leads. In 2011, the Guinness Book of World Records announced that Jackson was the highest grossing actor of all-time, combined, his movies have made over $7.4 billion.

Despite his prolificness, Jackson has a discriminating eye for what his audiences will love. Plus, he can curse like no one else. Hold onto your butts, here are Samuel L. Jackson's 10 greatest performances, ranked.

Samuel L. Jackson is one of the most prolific actors in Hollywood. There are some actors like Daniel Day-Lewis who work seldomly; they take on so few projects that their movies are years apart from one another.

Actors like Jackson do the opposite. Since his film debut in 1972, Jackson has performed in over 100 films and counting. And although many of roles are bit parts, a great deal of them are major supporting roles and leads. In 2011, the Guinness Book of World Records announced that Jackson was the highest grossing actor of all-time, combined, his movies have made over $7.4 billion.

Fallout 76 Players Discovered A Secret Dev Room, Got Banned For It

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Fallout 76 players have discovered a hidden area that is supposed to be reserved for developers, and Bethesda is reportedly responding with bans for those who exploit it. The hidden "dev room" can't be accessed through normal means, but it contains every item in the game, including some that aren't even released to the public yet.

Eurogamer reports that the developer room first began circulating a few weeks ago, but knowledge of how to access it has recently become more widespread. Inside is an human NPC named Wooby, notable because the game has no human NPCs. It also houses several containers of different sorted items--altogether accounting for every item in the game. One box labeled "All Scrap" even had plans for unreleased items like various paint jobs for the Power Armor. Fans have speculated that armor is planned for an upcoming expansion.

Players have reportedly attempted to sell the ill-gotten items on the Market 76 subreddit, which has already banned users for trying to do so. Meanwhile, Bethesda appears to be issuing bans to at least some players who use the forbidden area, though it's unclear if this applies to anyone who has entered.

New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Game Out Now

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New additions to the Xbox One backwards-compatible game catalog have been slow to start the new year, but we've just gotten a good one. Microsoft has announced that Xbox 360 game Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation is now playable on Xbox One, just days before the release of its sequel.

As is typical with backwards compatible games, you can simply pop in the disc to initiate a download and begin playing on Xbox One. The game is unfortunately not currently available for purchase digitally from the Xbox Store. That said, if you have any interest in the upcoming Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, you're in luck; by pre-ordering, you'll receive a free copy of Ace Combat 6. Ace Combat 7, which you can see in the video above, releases on January 18 for both Xbox One and PS4.

Ace Combat 6 was originally released back in 2007 as an Xbox 360 exclusive. Although it didn't offer much in the way of innovation for the series outside of online multiplayer, it was well received in our review, which scored it an 8.5/10.

Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatible Game Today

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New additions to the Xbox One backwards-compatible game catalog have been slow to start the new year, but we've just gotten a good one. Microsoft has announced that Xbox 360 game Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation is now playable on Xbox One, just days before the release of its sequel.

As is typical with backwards compatible games, you can simply pop in the disc to initiate a download and begin playing on Xbox One. The game is unfortunately not currently available for purchase digitally from the Xbox Store. That said, if you have any interest in the upcoming Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, you're in luck; by pre-ordering, you'll receive a free copy of Ace Combat 6. Ace Combat 7, which you can see in the video above, releases on January 18 for both Xbox One and PS4.

Ace Combat 6 was originally released back in 2007 as an Xbox 360 exclusive. Although it didn't offer much in the way of innovation for the series outside of online multiplayer, it was well received in our review, which scored it an 8.5/10.

Dragon Ball Z Action RPG In Development

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Bandai Namco has some big Dragon Ball-related announcements in store for this month. In addition to teasing a new DLC character for Dragon Ball FighterZ, the publisher revealed that a brand-new Dragon Ball game is in development.

No further details about the new title have been announced yet, but Bandai Namco says it will be an action RPG "focusing on the world of Dragon Ball Z." In the same tweet, the publisher hinted that Dragon Ball FighterZ will add "the Warrior from Universe 11" to its roster, presumably referring to Jiren from the Tournament of Power arc in Dragon Ball Super.

In 2019, the project of a New Game focusing on the World of Dragon Ball Z begins! And more news coming to DRAGON BALL FighterZ! The Warrior from Universe 11 is joining the fight!
More information to be revealed at the DRAGON BALL FighterZ World Tour Finals January 26th ~ 27th! https://t.co/IFnJchTE4z

Check Out This Massive Spider-Man Game Collectible Of Rhino

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Check Out This Massive Spider-Man Game Collectible Of Rhino

By now, if you have been playing Spider-Man, you've probably beaten it, gotten through all the DLC, and spent plenty of time as the friendly neighborhood web-slinger taking selfies in front of famous New York City landmarks. But now, you can celebrate your love of the critically acclaimed game by picking up a couple of cool dioramas from Diamond Select Toys, including the Spider-Man villain, Rhino.

The Rhino diorama, which you can see above, stands at 10 inches tall, and his appearance is based on the look from the Spider-Man PS4 game. It will be packaged in a full-color window box and will cost $70. It will be available for pre-order on January 25.

Additionally, there is a Spider-Man diorama available for pre-order now. The $45 collectible comes in at 10 inches and is wearing his costume from the game, which you can see above. He stands on the Spider-Man logo, ready to thwip someone.

The Division 2 Private Beta Starts Next Month

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Ubisoft has announced a private beta for The Division 2, which will give players their first look at the new setting. The private beta will kick off on February 7 and run through February 10. It will be open to everyone who pre-ordered the game and then registered through the official site, where you can also pick your beta platform of choice.

More details on the beta are said to be coming soon, but we can glean some details from what we already know. The Division 2 continues the story of a society-disrupting pandemic, but moves from the first game's setting in New York City to the US capital, Washington DC. The sequel will bring back the realistic loot-driven RPG elements from the first game, with more focus on player choice to impact the world.

The first game established that a pandemic was spread by infected dollar bills distributed during Black Friday shopping, at which point the Division was dispatched to restore order and contain the outbreak. They apparently failed, however, and now Washington DC is a hollowed-out husk, so the secret government agency is being put back into the field.