Game Of Thrones: What Does Dracarys Mean When Missandei Says It? (Season 8)

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Game Of Thrones: What Does Dracarys Mean When Missandei Says It? (Season 8)

Game of Thrones: Episode 4 has just aired, and after tensions ran high (both political and bedroom related), we're fast approaching the penultimate moment in the battle for the Iron Throne.

Warning: Spoilers for Game of Thrones: Episode 4 below.

In the final moments of Episode 4, Missandei is precariously stood beside Cersei having been taken prisoner. Dany watches on as Tyrion attempts to negotiate for her life and Cersei's surrender. Unfortunately, his diplomacy fails and Cersei turns to Missandei and tells her to share any final words. Missandei looks to her queen below and declares "dracarys".

Rage 2 Graphics: PC Requirements Revealed As PS4 Edition Confirmed For 1080p, Xbox One 900p

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Bethesda's next big game, Rage 2, is almost here. The game arrives on May 14, and ahead of that, Bethesda has announced that the PS4, Xbox One, and PC game has "gone gold," while the publisher also confirmed the game's minimum and recommended settings for PC.

"Going gold" means development on the base game is finished. Rage 2 was developed by Just Cause studio Avalanche Studios with support from Bethesda and id Software.

As for the PC requirements, the minimum specs show that you need a 64-bit OS running Windows 7, 8.1, or 10. You'll need an Intel Core i5-3570 or AMD Ryzen 3 1330X or better processor, along with 8 GB of RAM. The minimum specs also mention you'll need a Nvidia GTX 780 3G or AMD R9 280 3GB or better for a graphics card. 50 GB of hard drive space is needed. You can see the full minimum and recommended settings below.

Game Of Thrones: Showrunners Explain The Key Moments From Episode 4 (Season 8)

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Game of Thrones' final season continued tonight with a dramatic fourth episode called "The Last of the Starks." A lot happened, and showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are here to help you make sense of it all.

HBO has released a detailed breakdown mini-feature in which the show's creators take you through the key scenes and sequences, and provide insight into all the big moments. Of course you'll want to have already seen Episode 4 before diving into this video.

Looking ahead to Episode 5, HBO has already released the first teaser trailer for it. As you'd expect, it teases further dramatic events to come--check it out here.

The Game Of Thrones Episode 5 Preview Trailer Has Arrived (Season 8)

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The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is coming to an end very soon. After tonight's Episode 4, called "The Last of the Starks," just two episodes remain until everything wraps up in the acclaimed and long-running HBO show.

The network has released the first trailer for Episode 5. You can watch it below.

The four previous episodes leaked partially or in full before their air-dates, so you can expect the same to happen with Episode 5. Be careful out there.

Bayonetta Dev Says It Has A Game Idea That "Has Never Been Done Before"

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Bayonetta developer PlatinumGames has teased that one of its next projects may be unlike anything it has made before. Studio head Atsushi Inaba told Video Game Chronicle that he's aware that's a claim that is often said, but he really means it.

"Right now we're in the middle of designing something that has never been done before," he said. "I know a lot of people say that, but the game we're working on truly is unlike anything else. Even for our varied history of veteran game developers, this is something that has never been designed before. So from a game design perspective, we're very excited right now."

That's all Inaba had to say on the subject; it's unclear when the studio may formally announce the title. Whatever the case, Inaba said 2019 is an "incredibly important year" for PlatinumGames. "Without speaking directly to the number of titles we may or may not announce, I can say it's going to be a year of some major new approaches, new challenges, and new methods for us."

Stranger Things Lawsuit Dropped Just Days Before Going To Trial

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The 2018 lawsuit that alleged that Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer stole the idea from someone they worked with in the past has been dropped. Director Charlie Kessler, who alleged that the brothers stole his idea for what they later made into Stranger Things, dropped the lawsuit just 48 hours before the trial was scheduled to start on Tuesday.

His lawyer confirmed this to The Hollywood Reporter. Kessler said in a statement that the Duffer brothers "independently created the show." As THR mentions, it's unclear if Kessler was paid for dropping the lawsuit and releasing the statement, but Kessler said the decision to drop the lawsuit was not a settlement. Still, both sides declined to say if any money changed hands.

Kessler initially sued the Duffer brothers on a claim that he pitched them on an idea for a project that takes place on Long Island, New York near an abandoned military base and has sci-fi elements including government experiments.

Avengers: Endgame Passes Titanic With $2.2 Billion, Now Only Trails Avatar

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Avengers: Endgame continues to soar at the box office. After a second weekend at No. 1, the superhero movie has now made $2.188 billion worldwide after just 12 days.

Endgame passes James Cameron's Titanic ($2.187 billion) to become the No. 2 highest-grossing movie in history worldwide. It only trails another Cameron movie, Avatar, which has made $2.78 billion globally.

Time it took to reach $2 billion at the box office:
Titanic: 5,233 days
Force Awakens: 54 days
Infinity War: 48 days
Avatar: 47 days
Endgame: 11 days