Daily Deals: Buy Nintendo Switch, Get $35 eShop Credit, Preorder Link and Ken Amiibo

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Buy Nintendo Switch, Get $35 Free Nintendo eShop Credit
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Sebastian Stan to Replace Chris Evans…in a Netflix Movie

Sebastian Stan will be replacing Chris Evans in an upcoming Netflix film called The Devil All The Time.
As reported by Deadline, Sebastian Stan, who has played Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier since Captain America: The First Avenger, will be replacing Captain America himself, Chris Evans, in The Devil All The Time due to Evans having to drop out “over a problem with scheduling.”
Directed by Antonio Campos, The Devil All The Time also stars Tom Holland (Spider-Man!), Mia Wasakowska, Robert Pattinson, and Bill Skarsgard and is an adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 mid-western gothic novel that is set “in the forgotten backwoods of a place called Knockemstiff, Ohio, Continue reading…
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Every Art Style Zelda Games Have Ever Had

With the announcement of a Link’s Awakening remake for Switch, Nintendo is trying out yet another new art style of The Legend of Zelda series. This is far from the first time it’s done something different, so we decided to take a look back at every unique visual style Zelda has used over the years.
While Nintendo’s other flagship franchise, the Super Mario series, has generally stayed fairly consistent with how its mustachioed plumber looked over the years (at least since it made the jump from 2D to 3D), the Zelda series has always been much more experimental.
You can flip through the slideshow above for loads more images and examples than we were able to fit on this page!
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Every Art Style Zelda Games Have Ever Had

Jade Added to Mortal Kombat 11 Roster

Series alum Jade has been added to the Mortal Kombat 11 roster, and she’s rocking a decidedly darker look.
Announced during the latest Kombat Kast, this ultimate stealth assassin will be returning after sitting out Mortal Kombat X. You can see her in the official reveal trailer below, which showcases her staff moves against opponents like Baraka, Sonya Blade and more.
Jade’s most recent mainline appearance was in 2011’s Mortal Kombat, where she was violently disemboweled by Sindel and subsequently resurrected and enslaved by Quan Chi in the Neatherrealm . This likely explains her somewhat undead appearance in Mortal Kombat 11.
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The Best Alienware Deals for PC Gaming

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Alienware was one of the first boutique gaming PC brands to hit the consumer market, and its trademark Alien-like chassis has been no stranger to the world of PC gaming. Ever since buying out the Alienware brand in 2006, Dell has continued to maintain Alienware’s legacy by offering a gaming rig with quality components, stalwart warranty, and a staggering array of customization options to satisfy even the most demanding of gamers.
We’ve rounded up the best Alienware deals we can find. Just because you want a premium chassis doesn’t mean you need to pay premium prices.
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The Best Alienware Deals for PC Gaming

The Academy Has Riled Up Tarantino, del Toro, Other Important Members

This year, The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences will be awarding the Oscars for four categories during commercial breaks, and many in Hollywood are not at all happy with the decision.
The four categories that won’t be broadcast live are cinematography, film editing, makeup and hairstyling, and live-action short. The winning speeches, however, will be included at a later point in the broadcast. The removal of cinematography and film editing from the live airing, in particular, has many in the industry fuming – considering they are perhaps the two most important acts that constitute filmmaking, it’s no surprise.

Reposting, revised: I would not presume to suggest what categories should occur during commercials on Oscars night, but, please: Cinematography & Editing are at the very heart of our craft. They are not inherited from a theatrical or literary tradition: they are cinema itself.
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The Academy Has Riled Up Tarantino, del Toro, Other Important Members