Month: November 2019

This podcast contains spoilers for episodes 1 through 3 of The Mandalorian.  The Mandalorian is here, and our Star Wars podcast hosts are excited to talk about the first live-action Star Wars television show. First, Saf and Paul have played Jedi: Fallen Order and are in agreement about the entertainment value of the game but have very different ideas about
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This Power Rangers Beast Morphers review contains spoilers. Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 20 Power Rangers Beast Morphers has finally figured out how to make Ben and Betty work properly. It may sound strange to start off a review of such a dramatic episode discussing the comedic side characters but it demonstrates why ‘Target Tower’ stands head and shoulders
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The holidays are here, which means that it’s time to load your online shopping carts with all of the best video game deals. From console bundles to new gaming laptops to the latest and greatest in video game titles, there are plenty of deals coming up during Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas that
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This Van Helsing review contains spoilers. Van Helsing Season 4 Episode 10 “I can’t believe we’re negotiating with a moron in the goddamn apocalypse.” After last week’s solo mission into Jack’s past, “Together Forever” gets the larger Van Helsing narrative arc back on track and introduces an element that up to now has remained in
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80 years in and Batman is as popular as ever. Even as you read these words, work is underway on the next cinematic adventure for the Dark Knight, and Joker is still going strong in theaters — so much so that Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips are hiding away crafting the character’s next solo film.
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Following the success of last year’s The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward, Radio 4 is back for more H.P. Lovecraft and true-crime-inspired podcast goodness with The Whisperer In Darkness. The new horror-thriller podcast is inspired by the Lovecraft novella of the same name, and is written and directed by Julian Simpson. It is available to stream on
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Release Date: November 15, 2019Platform: SwitchDeveloper: Game FreakPublisher: NintendoGenre: RPG When you replay Pokémon games, you realize just how formulaic they are: you’re always catching critters, battling rivals, and working your way to a clearly signposted prize at the end. With that in mind, it’s no small achievement that Pokémon Sword and Shield feel fresh and interesting as new games in
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Titans Season 2 is now burning up the DC Universe! The first season of Titans premiered on the DC Universe streaming service last October and wrapped with a divisive season finale on December 21. The 10 episode season introduced a ton of new DC heroes and villains over the course of its run. But that’s only
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This new TV spot for Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is absolutely packed with new footage from the film. Check it out: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker stars Daisy Ridley as Rey, Adam Driver as Kylo Ren, John Boyega as Finn, Oscar Isaac as Poe
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Release Date: November 19, 2019Platform: PS4 (reviewed), PCDeveloper: Ys NetPublisher: Deep SilverGenre: Action-adventure What Yu Suzuki and his teams at Ys Net and Neilo have endeavored to do with Shenmue III is simple: create a new entry in the long-beloved series and stay faithful to the original games. Problem is, the original games are LONG-beloved.
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Brandon Sanderson is one of the most popular speculative fiction authors writing today. From his Stormlight Archive series to Reckoners to his work finishing the Wheel of Time series following Robert Jordan’s death, Sanderson is as prolific as he is imaginative. His latest? Starsight, the sequel to his bestselling space drama Skyward, which takes the “boy and
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MIT researchers have devised a novel circuit design that enables precise control of computing with magnetic waves — with no electricity needed. The advance takes a step toward practical magnetic-based devices, which have the potential to compute far more efficiently than electronics. Classical computers rely on massive amounts of electricity for computing and data storage,
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This South Park review contains spoilers.  South Park Season 23 Episode 8 Though South Park’s bread and butter is, and has been for a long time now, satirically skewering current issues and recent trends, when they take a break for pure, unadulterated stupidity, without worrying about imparting any sort of moral at the end, the results
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We’ve searched far and wide to bring you the best shopping recommendations! Just a note: Den of Geek may receive a small commission from links on this page. Prices & stockage are accurate as of time of publication. Tis the season… for buying books for your friends, family, and colleagues! We’ve compiled a list for
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This is part 7 of our PC Building series.  As we noted in our look at Patriot’s Viper RGB Series DDR4 RAM, there are typically two PC components that you should focus on if you’re looking for the cheapest and most effective way to rescue an aging rig or turn it into proper gaming computer: RAM and
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Popular-music-focused dramatizations seem to have found new life, thanks to recent cinematic offerings like Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, with many more currently on the industry docket. It’s a notion that Netflix might have taken into consideration with a television project it just unveiled, set to chronicle the story of Selena Quintanilla, the 1990s Mexican-American crossover pop
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This article is sponsored by Tor Books. The opinions reflect those of the writer. Long time fans of Robert Jordan, author of the bestselling Wheel of Time series, may be puzzled how their beloved writer, who passed away in 2007, had a new book hit bookstore shelves this fall. Warrior of the Altaii, the newest of
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Researchers from the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil have developed a strategy for treating the most aggressive type of brain cancer in adults that combines a photoactive molecule and a chemotherapeutic agent – both encapsulated in protein-lipid nanoparticles. Results of the research, supported by São Paulo Research Foundation – FAPESP, were presented during
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