Day: November 10, 2020

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The Ten Best Black Friday Deals Today (55-Inch 4K OLED TV for $899, Apple AirPods Pro, Calvin and Hobbes Hardcover Set)

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Sign up for 1 Month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1, Get Free Disney+ Membership

Starting today, sign up for Game Pass Ultimate and get a free Disney+ subscription. Game Pass Ultimate is Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass combined into one membership. Play games like Microsoft Flight Simulator, Crusader Kings 3, Gears Tactics, and more.

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Star Wars: Hasbro Reveals Mandalorian Electronic Helmet for Mando Monday

By tracy
Life-size helmets have always been hot ticket items in the Star Wars collecting community, and Hasbro’s Black Series line is pretty much the best bang for buck option around. Now Hasbro is adding another iconic helmet to that lineup – the Mandalorian himself.IGN can exclusively debut the Black Series: The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet, which is due to hit stores in Spring 2021. Check out the slideshow gallery below for a closer look at this upcoming release, along with new photos of the Din Djarin and The Child Build-Up Pack.

This Life-Size Mandalorian Helmet Is the Ultimate Star Wars Collectible

The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet is a 1:1 scale recreation of Din Djarin’s ever-present helmet, complete with a weathered, metallic paint scheme. Like the rest of the Black Series helmets, it’s fully wearable and features foam padding and adjustable fittings. The helmet also includes a removable tactical light and red interior lights, both of which are powered by a single AA battery.

The Mandalorian Electronic Helmet is priced at $119.99 and is available to pre-order now on Amazon.

As for the Din Djarin/The Child set, this 2-pack release is notable for being the first Mandalorian figure to feature an unmasked head

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Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review – Feast And Famine

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Even in an industry with unlikely genre hybrids like MMO/shooters and puzzle/RPGs, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin presents a strange combination. It’s a fast-paced action game that has you unleashing stylish combos against a screen full of monsters. However, it is also a farming game that emphasizes the value of community and growing high-quality rice. Finding a harmonious balance between those extremes of the gaming spectrum might seem impossible, but developer Edelweiss makes it work surprisingly well. However, even with that significant challenge overcome, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin still succumbs to minor pests and blights that eat away at the fun over time.

Sakuna is a deity whose parents are the god of war and the goddess of the harvest, and players experience that heritage in separate-but-connected ways. Most of your time is spent leaning into the whole war thing, traversing 2D stages and fighting demons with an array of weapons and magic powers. The combat feels satisfying, and you can execute all of your moves with simple button combinations; it’s easy to knock enemies backward, perform a dashing slash, or summon a tornado. You also earn and level new skills along the way, and experimenting with different combinations