Coming to Amazon Prime this October are movies like The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, Spectre, Chinatown, and Training Day along with Stephen King flicks like Misery and Dreamcatcher. Plus, the entire Lethal Weapon series.
You'll also find the first seasons of new Amazon Original shows Goliath -- from David E. Kelley, starring Billy Bob Thornton -- and Good Girls Revolt, about a group of female news researchers in 1969.
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Pride and Prejudice (2005)
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Dell just upped the ante on its PS4 deal: for $300, get the launch version of the console with two games, and $75 in credit you can spend on anything Dell sells. This bundle alone is normally $300, so you're getting a brand new game and $75 in credit at no extra charge.
With Supergirl's return almost here -- as she makes the leap to the CW -- a new clip has been released showing Kara teaming up with her cousin Superman in the Season 2 premiere.
The clip comes via EW, where it debuted, and shows Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin, who's scheduled to appear in the first two episodes of Season 2) and Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) both hearing about the same crisis and racing into action to help - and quickly realizing they can join forces for the first time.
EA and developer DICE have detailed the Play First Trial for Battlefield 1, an early access program that lets EA Access and Origin Access members play up to ten in-game hours of the WWI shooter starting on October 13.
The Play First Trial will give members access to five maps, St. Quentin Scar, Amiens, Sinai Desert, Fao Fortress and Suez, which will all be playable in the Conquest, Rush, Operations, and Domination game modes. The remaining maps will open up on October 18 alongside the release of the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition and are playable unless the allotted 10 hours have already been used.
Players will also get to try the single-player missions Storm of Steel and Through Mud and Blood. Additionally, all player progress from the trial carries over to the full game.
Sports and virtually reality are no strangers. In much the same way some startups are trying to revolutionize the way we socialize and date using VR technology, others are changing up the athletic experience from player to spectator.
Virtually Live, for example, is a startup that’s designing VR experiences for live sports events. In its current state, it lets users get up close and personal with soccer games in real-time by transporting them into the stadiums or onto the field as they enjoy the big game from otherwise unreachable perspectives.
With so many new games and movies coming out, it can be hard to keep up. Lucky for you, IGN is here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest releases each and every week. Check out the latest releases for this week, and be sure to come back next Monday for a new update.
Note: The prices and deals compiled below are accurate at the time we published this story, but all are subject to change.
Black Dragon Press is working with The Witness lead creator Jonathan Blow to make a print of one of the mysterious statues from the game.
Below you can see the print with and without the glow in the dark paint on the puzzle cables.
The 6 color screen print, which measures 18x24 inches, was illustrated by UK artist George Bletsis and approved by Jonathan Blow. The prints will be available for pre-order for 72 hours at £30 (approximately $39 USD) on Black Dragon Press' website. The price of the print will go up to £40 (approximately $52 USD) at its standard release and will be available in limited quantities. Each print will be hand-numbered and the number of prints will depend on how many orders are received in the initial order window, plus "a small handful" of extras.
Arrival screened at Fantastic Fest and hits screens worldwide in early November.
Arrival is an alien invasion movie for grown-ups; one that’s lacking in action, explosions and all-out war, but heavy on tension, drama, and raw emotion. It’s serious sci-fi that tackles weighty subjects in a way that’s wholly gripping, hugely entertaining, and grounded by a powerhouse performance from Amy Adams.
She plays Louise Banks, a linguistics expert who is teaching class when the aliens arrive. They appear in 12 ships, hovering over 12 locations, seemingly picked at random. Every 18 hours a door opens at the base of each craft, allowing us humans in. Trouble is, once inside, we can’t understand their whale-like rumbles.
The fifth instalment in Hitman's murderous rampage launches on September 27, and we'll soon be livestreaming all the ways you can turn NPCs into non-playable corpses.
Rory Powers and Gav Murphy are back, and this time they're taking Agent 47 to Colarado - where the springs will soon run red with blood.
Actually, that sounded more macabre than intended. But then seeing as these are the guys who dropped a man in a leaf shredder, it's probably a fair prediction.
Bookmark this page and check back at 12PM BST / 4AM PST / 9PM AEST on Wednesday September 28 to see the game in action.
Originally slated for eight issues, the Dark Knight III: The Master Race limited series from DC Comics will extend to a ninth issue because co-writers Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello requested another chapter to tell their story right.
“Once you dive into the Dark Knight mythology, it’s hard to pull yourself out. Those characters cannot be contained and neither can we,” Miller said in a statement.
“This story turned out to be bigger than the both of us,” Azzarello added.
The third entry in the saga that started with 1986’s The Dark Knight Returns and 2001’s The Dark Knight Strikes Again, both written and drawn by Miller, DK3 #1 launched in November 2015 with Azzarello sharing writing duties and Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson on art. The story features Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman teaming up to stop Quar, a renegade Kryptonian priest set free from the bottled city of Kandor along with an army of super-powered followers. Quar also persuades Lara, the daughter of Superman and Wonder Woman, to join his side, so now Batman must find a way to stop them from conquering the world.
Jack Tretton, the former CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, recently spoke with IGN about his 19-year career at PlayStation and weighed in with his thoughts on the struggles of the company's most recent handheld, PS Vita.
When asked how he feels about the Vita in hindsight on this month's episode of IGN Unfiltered, Tretton said, "Now that I don't work there anymore, I think internally it was: 'This is a great machine, it's just too late.' The world has shifted to portable devices that aren't dedicated gaming machines."
The former SCEA CEO went to highlight the success of Vita's predecessor, noting that PlayStation Portable was effective in not only bringing console-like experiences to handheld, but also pulling in older gamers.
THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE LAST OF US! ALSO FOR THE POTENTIAL REAL-LIFE END OF THE WORLD!
If you woke up tomorrow and found yourself in a Cordyceps-infected world, your chances of survival are slim to none. Sorry!
In a video for the Wellcome Trust, Benjamin Thompson of The Microbiology Society hosts a discussion between a panel of experts to debate how The Last of Us’ infection would pan out in reality, how the UK government would respond, and whether it’s safer to go outside and start caving in skulls or wait it out in hopes of a cure.
The whole video is below - if you’ve got a spare 15 minutes, it’s well worth a watch, just for how doomed it will make you feel:
Netflix has released a new trailer for Luke Cage, prior to the show's debut this Friday.
The 'Streets' trailer features guns, gangsters, at least one bazooka-type device, and a neat little cameo from the one and only Method Man.
That said, it also seems to show clips from the breadth of the series, so if you want to go in relatively fresh, maybe give this one a miss. Watch it below:
The full 13-episode first season of Luke Cage will be released on September 30, exclusively on Netflix.
We already knew the PS4 date, and now Activision has announced the full details of the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta.
For PS4 only, the beta will kick off its first week at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm UK on October 14. It's expected to close again on October 17, although Activision hasn't yet been clear on that point.
The beta will open to both PS4 and Xbox One users on October 21 and running until October 24 (again, same timings as above).
Access will only be granted to those who have pre-ordered the game on either console platform - if that's you, you can redeem your beta code now to get access on the opening day. The beta will not be available on PC.
Thunder Lotus Games, the studio behind Jotun, revealed Sundered, its newest game.
Similar to its predecessor, Sundered has a focus on boss battles and retains the eye-catching, hand-drawn art style that helped make Jotun stand out in a crowded field of indies.
Using what it learned from Jotun, Thunder Lotus has built a game it says has "infinite replayability" and the non-linear gameplay "of the Metroidvania genre."
"Sundered is a horrifying fight for survival and sanity," according to Thunder Lotus Games' description. In it, you play as Eshe, a "wanderer in a ruined world," of "everchanging caverns."
The game has multiple endings, "massive boss fights," and a procedurally generated world, according to Thunder Lotus. It also has "corruptible abilities," meaning there's a tradeoff in using them.
The Division's public test server went live today at 2pm CEST / 8am EST / 5am PST for PC players.
This is following a delay which Ubisoft said was to have "more time to include key elements."
The PTS allows players to test the current built of Update 1.4, which is due for release in October. Ubisoft says the "first days of testing will be focused on progression between World Tiers," so you'll be creating a new level 30 character with purple items rather than transferring your own one across.