We like to spend our Thursday stewing in a hot bath of cowboys, Lohan legal woes, and classic warfare. Now, thanks to our handy news blast, you can too.
Westworld's latest trailer shows us Shogun World
I'm impressed you made it this far through the day without watching the new trailer for Westworld, but that's about to change.
Grand Theft Auto 5 versus Lindsay Lohan: the results are in
It's over. The Mean Girls star turned meme has lost her appeal after a judge decided that Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive Software hadn't invaded her privacy with the allegedly Lohan-like character Lacey Jonas in GTA 5. According to Reuters, the state Court of Appeals called Take-Two Interactive Software Inc’s depictions “nothing more than cultural comment."
Experience the horror of warfare for free with Spec Ops: The Line
The 2K Games shooter is an underrated classic and, lucky for you, totally free on Humble Bundle today. Spec Ops: The Line was first released in 2012, but its themes of war, madness and morality are as relevant as ever.
"Itsa called fashion sweetie"
If the only thing keeping you from find all the Power Moons in Super Mario Odyssey is the small plumber's fashion sense then good news, there are two new costumes to do it in.
New special outfits have been added to the post-game shop in #SuperMarioOdyssey: Satellaview Suit & Helmet and Baseball Uniform & Batting Helmet! pic.twitter.com/gNakmxexfYMarch 29, 2018
Netflix gets Cursed
If you love The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City, and 300, you might want to make sure your mom doesn't change her Netflix account password anytime soon. Netflix just ordered a series from those comics' creator, Frank Miller, based on a new YA novel called Cursed. It's "a re-imagining of the Arthurian legend, told through the eyes of Nimue, a teenage heroine with a mysterious gift who is destined to become the powerful (and tragic) Lady of the Lake."
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