Flash Deal: The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind Is Free For PC Today Only

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Few game series have spanned multiple decades and left their mark as deeply on the industry as The Elder Scrolls, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year; its first title, The Elder Scrolls: Arena, debuted back in 1994. The Elder Scrolls series has produced multiple Game of the Year-winning titles, and as part of this week's anniversary celebration, Bethesda is giving away one of those Game of the Year winners for absolutely free: The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

For today only, you can claim a free copy of Morrowind for PC--all you have to do is create a free Bethesda.net account, redeem the code TES25TH-MORROWIND, and download the Bethesda launcher to play. The game will be added to your account immediately.

Morrowind is the third installment of The Elder Scrolls series and features a huge open-world that encourages free exploration rather than an emphasis on a linear plot. The game is set in the province of Morrowind on the island Vvardenfell, the land of the Dark Elves known as Dunmer. In GameSpot's Morrowind review, critic Greg Kasavin praised the game for its impressively detailed environments. "It's a beautiful-looking, sprawling, and completely open-ended game that allows you to play pretty much however you like as long as you're willing to fill in a few blanks using your imagination," he wrote.

Apple Announces New Video Streaming Service To Rival Netflix

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Apple has revealed its own video streaming service--sort of. Essentially, it's a new version of the existing Apple TV app that compiles existing streaming services into one place.

That means you can watch content from, for example, Amazon Prime Video, CBS All Access, and Hulu from one app. Notably, the service does not include anything from Netflix. In addition, the service will include original content from Apple's own TV channels.

The service was revealed at Apple's "show time" event in California, USA. The company stated the new Apple TV will come to Mac, Smart TVs, Amazon FireTV, and more after the service itself begins in May.

Apple Announces New Apple TV+ Video Streaming Service To Rival Netflix

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Apple has revealed its own video streaming service--sort of. Essentially, it's a new version of the existing Apple TV app that compiles existing streaming services into one place.

That means you can watch content from, for example, Amazon Prime Video, CBS All Access, and Hulu from one app. In addition, you can watch original content from Apple's own TV channels. However, Netflix shows and films do not form part of Apple TV.

The service was revealed at Apple's "show time" event in California, USA. The company stated the new TV app will come to Mac, Smart TVs, Amazon FireTV, the Apple TV device, iPhones, iPads, and more after the service itself begins in May.

Apple Announces Apple TV+ Video Streaming Service To Rival Netflix

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Apple Announces Apple TV+ Video Streaming Service To Rival Netflix

Apple has revealed its own video streaming service--sort of. Essentially, it's a new version of the existing Apple TV app that compiles existing streaming services into one place, combined with a subscription service that features original content.

Apple revealed Apple TV+, a premium version of Apple TV that includes all of Apple's exclusive shows, as well as those from third-party services such as Prime Video and PlayStation Vue, also features exclusive shows. Some of those shows already announced include a reboot of Amazing Stories from Steven Spielberg's production company, as well as a new comedy from Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carrell called The Morning Show. Oprah Winfrey is also working on multiple exclusive shows for Apple TV+. Apple also very briefly showed a slide highlighting numerous other names who are involved

Apple TV+ is coming "this fall" in "100+" countries. It's ad-free, and everything is downloadable and can be enjoyed offline. Pricing and specific release and availability information has not yet been announced.

Analogue Mega Sg Review - The Best Sega Genesis Console For The Modern Age

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Analogue Mega Sg Review - The Best Sega Genesis Console For The Modern Age

With high-quality Genesis ports aplenty on PC and consoles, the most popular 16-bit Sega games are easier and cheaper to play today than ever. But if simply having access to some of your favorite Genesis games as digital downloads doesn't meet your personal standards, you can also go beyond and step into the expensive and complex world of vintage gaming with real cartridges and dedicated consoles.

Getting Genesis games is easy enough (budget depending), but picking the right console is a more complicated task than you might realize at first. Until now, your choices were limited to Sega's classic consoles and cheaply made third-party clones, but even Sega's own hardware has issues that any serious Genesis fan should consider. From inaccurate audio to video interference, practically every model suffers from its own mix of shortcomings.

WWE Wrestlemania 35 Poster Reveals First-Ever Women's Main Event

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WWE Wrestlemania 35 Poster Reveals First-Ever Women's Main Event

For months, WWE fans have been wondering if and when women would main event Wrestlemania. And with the tremendous build towards Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair at the PPV, surely, Wrestlemania 35 would be the place this momentous bout would happen. Now WWE has revealed a new poster for Mania, and it's official. The Raw Women's Championship match will main event the PPV.

As you can see below, the Wrestlemania poster spotlights the feud, which has been the highlight of all WWE story lines since a few weeks before Survivor Series back in November. Right before that PPV, Lynch and the other women of Smackdown attacked the women of Raw, Lynch got her nose broken. Completely bloodied, she taunted from the stands. It was the biggest moment of 2018 for WWE.

Since then, Lynch's storyline has been a rollercoaster ride. She's been suspended, injured, beaten up people with crutches, and gotten beaten by other people with those same crutches. It was all leading to a match with Rousey at Mania, and of course, Flair got involved, so now it's a triple threat.

Top 10 UK Games Chart -- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Starts Strong

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice takes top spot in the UK all format physical sales chart in its debut week. Sales monitor Chart-Track says the top of the chart was "close" this week, as From Software's new game forces last week's No.1, The Division 2, down to No.2 for the week ending March 23.

Elsewhere the chart is full of familiar faces. FIFA 19 finishes at No.3, while Rockstar's huge open-world games Grand Theft Auto V (No.4) and Red Dead Redemption 2 (No.5) round out the top five. Battlefield V re-enters the top 40 at No.18, likely boosted by the impending launch of its battle royale mode, Firestorm. Aside from Sekiro, no brand-new titles enter the chart this week.

Sekiro has also enjoyed a strong critical reception, including a 9/10 in GameSpot's Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review-in-progress. "Sekiro marries From Software's unique brand of gameplay with stealth action to deliver an experience that is as challenging as it is gratifying," wrote Tamoor Hussain.

Spider-Man: Far From Home's Posters Show New Suit

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Spider-Man: Far From Home's Posters Show New Suit

Spider-Man: Far From Home will hit cinema screens on July 5 and actor Tom Holland has now revealed a few new posters for the movie. Holland, who plays Peter Parker and his web-slinging alter-ego, posted the images on Instagram. They're suitably dynamic for a character that spends his time running around rooftops and leaping from perilous heights, but the real draw is a look at the slick new suit that Spidey is going to be wearing in Far From Home.

The most immediate difference from the outfit he wore during Spider-Man: Homecoming is the black coloring, which is a departure from the blue that traditionally complements Spidey's red costume. During the last trailer, the character is shown wearing a kind of stealth suit which he uses to get around undetected at night--presumably at the behest of Nick Fury. This new outfit looks to be a blend of his iconic costume and that stealth suit.

In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker goes on a European vacation to get away from the madness of his vigilante lifestyle. However, things quickly escalate after Nick Fury appears and a strange villain--Mysterio, who is played by Jake Gyllenhaal--begins tearing up a city.