Xbox 360 Wireless Controller 2-in-1 Blast from the Past Bundle – Xbox 360

Price: $29.99 ETA: The Xbox 360 Wireless Controller Blast from the Past Bundle includes: Two Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers (Pre-Owned). *Style and color may vary from picture shown.
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Xbox 360 Wireless Controller 2-in-1 Blast from the Past Bundle – Xbox 360

Nintendo NES Classic, Blue Tooth Controller, and Deluxe Case System Bundle – Nintendo

Price: $104.99 ETA: The Nintendo NES Classic, Blue Tooth Controller, and Deluxe Case System Bundle includes:
Nintendo NES Classic Edition, NES Classic Deluxe Carrying Case, Nintendo NES Classic Blue Tooth Controller, and NES ExtendLink Extension Cables.

Not applicable for return on any products that were sold as part of a bundle, unless the bundle is returned complete and in sealed new condition.

Items in this bundle may ship in separate packages.
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Joker and Pennywise Try to Scare You in WB's Horror Made Here

Warner Bros. Pictures announced the specially themed “dark mazes” for this year’s Horror Made Here: A Festival of Frights studio tour – IT featuring Pennywise the Dancing Clown, and Arkham Asylum featuring The Joker and other infamous DC villains.
In this special Halloween backstage tour “where your fears come out to play,” Warner Bros. transforms its iconic backlot into an area filled with its scariest franchises. This year’s Horror Made Here will “host even more dark mazes, scare zones, horror-themed activities, and plenty of food and drinks available throughout our creepy carnival.”
Warner Bros. is known for its famous backlot tours at its Burbank studios, and the tradition of decking the area out for Halloween is expanding. In the IT-themed dark maze, Pennywise is lurking in the Neibolt house, awaiting the fear that feeds it, because “It knows what scares you.”
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Joker and Pennywise Try to Scare You in WB’s Horror Made Here

Fortnite: Rocket Launch Event Left More Questions Than Answers

The countdown is over and the rocket has launched, ending Fortnite’s first one-time event.
As expected, the rocket launched from the evil lair and headed straight up into the sky. Soon after, a red laser touched down on Tilted Towers and the rocket returned to supposedly destroy the infamous town. Just before impact, the rocket hit what looked liked an invisible shield. The rocket vanished and reappeared a little distance away where it began to move out of control. At the end, the rocket shot back up where it tore a large rip in the sky.
So what changed? For starters, the rocket is now obviously missing from the lair but you can also find the remains of the rocket up north in Anarchy Acres.
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Fortnite: Rocket Launch Event Left More Questions Than Answers