PAX East 2019 Cosplay Gallery - Day One

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PAX East 2019 Cosplay Gallery - Day One


PAX East 2019 is off to a big start, with the official reveal of Borderlands 3 and some other big announcements from Gearbox Software. We also got hands on with some lesser known, but equally awesome games like Creature in the Well.

PAX East has always been a convention that attracts talented cosplayers. So far, we've seen characters from Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, League of Legends, and more. Check out the best cosplay get-ups from day one!

[Above: Princess Peach (Super Mario), by Maplesaur Cosplay]

PAX East 2019 is off to a big start, with the official reveal of Borderlands 3 and some other big announcements from Gearbox Software. We also got hands on with some lesser known, but equally awesome games like Creature in the Well.

PAX East has always been a convention that attracts talented cosplayers. So far, we've seen characters from Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, League of Legends, and more. Check out the best cosplay get-ups from day one!

PAX East 2019 Cosplay Gallery For Day One

about X hours ago from
PAX East 2019 Cosplay Gallery For Day One


PAX East 2019 is off to a big start, with the official reveal of Borderlands 3, which included a pretty cool trailer for game, and some other big announcements from Gearbox Software. We also got hands on with some lesser known, but equally awesome games like Creature in the Well.

PAX East has always been a convention that attracts talented cosplayers. So far, we've seen characters from Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, League of Legends, and more. Check out the best cosplay get-ups from day one!

[Above: Princess Peach (Super Mario), by Maplesaur Cosplay]

PAX East 2019 is off to a big start, with the official reveal of Borderlands 3, which included a pretty cool trailer for game, and some other big announcements from Gearbox Software. We also got hands on with some lesser known, but equally awesome games like Creature in the Well.

PAX East has always been a convention that attracts talented cosplayers. So far, we've seen characters from Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, League of Legends, and more. Check out the best cosplay get-ups from day one!

Anthem Update Implements Loot Changes And Legendary Missions

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EA and BioWare have released the newest update for Anthem, and it's a big one. The update is now live and it adds several new features to the multiplayer-focused action game, including something called Legendary Missions, as well as changes to loot, Masterworks, Javelins, and quite a bit more.

As detailed in the patch notes, Update 1.0.4 adds a new Legendary difficulty to critical path missions. From now on, one critical path mission per day will be available for repeated playthroughs. You can replay these missions on Legendary for an added challenge that requires "team coordination to achieve victory." The patch notes don't reveal whether the higher risk will necessarily always result in higher rewards.

Elysian Keys can now be earned as a reward for completing daily challenges in Anthem. In turn, these keys can open the Elysian Caches that appear at the end of every Stronghold mission. Caches hold vanity items--there is a unique assortment of 67 vinyls, victory poses, emotes, and arrivals--and crafting materials. In the patch notes, EA promises that you will "never get a duplicate vanity item" from an Elysian Cache.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades Is Now Live For Some People

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Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is now available for players who registered for early access prior to March 25. Players are being given access in waves, though, so you might have to wait a little bit longer to play the whole game, even if you pre-ordered the game and signed up early. Also, you have to pre-register on Bethesda's website, which is a separate process from pre-ordering the game.

"The first wave of The Elder Scrolls: Blades early access went smoothly, so we invited the next wave," Bethesda wrote in a tweet. "If you registered after [March 25] don't worry, we're sending invites daily." In a follow-up tweet, Bethesda revealed there is a "delay in account authentication," but the company is working to fix the problem "as soon as possible."

Blades is a mobile installment in The Elder Scrolls series, which Bethesda describes as a "pure Elder Scrolls game" with "console-quality graphics." The major difference between Blades and previous The Elder Scrolls games is that Blades doesn't have an open world. Instead, it's a series of interconnected environments--some of which are still "very large," according to Bethesda.

Guillermo Del Toro's Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Gets Freaky First Trailer

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Guillermo Del Toro is one of the busiest filmmakers in horror and fantasy. He's got both the Netflix horror anthology series 10 After Midnight and a new animated version of Pinocchio on the way but has also found time to produce an adaptation of Alvin Schwartz's classic spooky kids book series Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark. The movie releases in August, and a new trailer has been released.

The trailer reveals that the movie is using a wraparound concept about a girl who discovers a spooky book filled with terrifying tales. It's not entirely clear how the different stories will integrate with this main story, but the trailer is packed with seriously freaky imagery and suggests that although the source material was aimed at a younger audience, the film won't hold back on the scares. Check it out below.

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark is directed by André Øvredal, who previously proved his genre credentials with The Autopsy of Jane Doe and Trollhunter. It stars Zoe Margaret Colletti (Annie), Michael Garza (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay), Gabriel Rush (Moonrise Kingdom), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), and Lorraine Toussaint (Orange is the New Black). It hits theaters on August 9.

Opinion: I Hope Iron Man's Armor Is More Realistic In Avengers: Endgame

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According to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tony Stark's Iron Man suit has gone through 50 iterations. The most recent model is the Mark 50; it's based on the comic books' "Bleeding Edge Armor," which Stark stores inside his bones.

The MCU's Mark 50 isn't quite as fantastical. Instead, the suit is stored in the arc reactor affixed to Stark's chest. Once activated, it dissipates to cover his body.

In Avengers: Infinity War, the Mark 50 possessed "nanotechnology," which means it served whatever purpose the plot needed it to serve. All Stark needed to do was think of his desired weapon, and the suit replicated it: shields, lasers, battering rams, cannons, and more. A multi-sourced unibeam delivered by floating projectors? No problem.