Day: October 17, 2020

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Daily Deals: Mario Kart Live Home Circuit is Back in Stock

By tracy

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit for the Nintendo Switch is back in stock on Amazon for only for a limited time. This will be a hot seller during the holiday season so get it now while you can. In other deal new, Pokemon Sword or Shield, Xenoblade Chronicles, and Final Fantasy VII Remake are still available at their lowest prices ever. You can also get 25% cashback on eShop, Xbox, or PlayStation gift cards.

Deals for October 16

Back in Stock! Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit Mario Set

For Nintendo Switch

This is guaranteed to sell out SUPER quickly. Mario Kart Live combines the traditional Mario Kart video game with an actual remote-controlled car. Up to 4 players can race around the house together.

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October 17, 2020 Off

The Boys Season 3 Will See The Deep Fight Back Against the Cult

By tracy
The cast of The Boys features a lot of different personalities, but none have seen an arc quite like The Deep, and in Season 3, he’s going to take it even further.Eric Kripke, showrunner for The Boys, sat down for an interview with The Hollywood Reporter recently in which he discussed his many inspirations for the show, including satirizing Hollywood itself.

The Boys: Season 2 Gallery

Season 2 saw The Deep exploring his spiritual side after being kicked out of The Seven, leading him to join a group called the Church of the Collective.

When asked whether the group originated from the comics or something wholly new, Kripke said, “We came up with it. It’s a combination of a couple different Hollywood fringe religions or cults.”

“There’s a little bit of NXIVM in there. Everyone says, ‘Oh, that’s Scientology.’ It’s actually a smoothie of a bunch of different ones,” he said. “It mostly came about because we love writing for The Deep.”Kripke likened The Deep to “the Forrest Gump of Hollywood trends” in that he always seems to be caught up in something newsworthy. “In Season 1, he was embroiled in a #MeToo moment. And in Season 2,

October 17, 2020 Off

NHL 21 Review – A Playoff Hopeful

By tracy

The game of hockey is always changing. And the last few years, we’ve seen the speed, skill, and creativity surge as a more physical, grindy game takes a backseat. Just like veteran players have had to adapt, so does EA’s NHL series. Two years ago, EA Vancouver upgraded the skating and physics engine adding a burst of agility, responsiveness, and satisfying impact to better reflect this. This year, it’s providing more inventive options to dazzle your opponents, trying to match skill-players dominating the game today. It’s a step the series has to take, but it comes with its share of stumbles, never capturing the grace and poise it’s trying to emulate.

The overall gameplay from last year remains intact. Don’t expect fundamental differences, but new skill moves give you some new options on the ice. My favorite is the slip deke, where you can chip the puck ahead to yourself and slip past a defender when coming up the boards. I also like doing self-passes off the net and banking them to myself off the board. You can also do a flip deke to create some space and fake-out opponents. It’s been interesting to see players use these to elevate