Gaming

When Sea Of Thieves Will Get Its First Batch Of New Content

Microsoft and Rare's Sea of Thieves launched out of the gate with one major criticism looming overhead: there wasn't enough content. The company was criticized for not having more endgame content and more diversity in the missions. Well, Rare heard the co

TV & Radio

Why Spending $8 Billion On Content Is Not Actually That Much, According To Netflix's Reed Hastings

Netflix's head honcho doesn't think $8 billion is too much to spend for a big reason.

Gaming

Rabbids Peach Dances To Beyonce In Just Dance Trailer

The release of Just Dance 2018 for the Nintendo Switch opened up a lot of possibilities for the console, including crossover content from some of Ubisoft's other games. More specifically, there's a video showcasing a crossover of the Rabbids version of Pr

TV & Radio

How Popular Netflix's Originals Are Compared To Its Licensed Content

Netflix is home to a variety of originals and licensed content, and we now have an idea of which is more popular.

Gaming

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Adds The Runaways Via DLC

TT Games and Warner Bros. may have already teamed up with Pixar for the release of LEGO The Incredibles for home consoles and PC, but that doesn't mean that TT Games has given up on the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 content. In fact, the latest DLC introduce

Gaming

Splinter Cell Update Arrives For Ghost Recon Wildlands This Week

Ubisoft's major update for Ghost Recon: Wildlands featuring the Splinter Cell content is set to arrive later this week. The new update will give fans of Wildlands some additional content to sink their teeth into whether they're playing on the Xbox One, PS

Gaming

Final Fantasy And Tomb Raider Are Crossing Over

Well here's one branded cross-over a lot of people probably didn't see coming, but it makes a lot of sense given who the publisher is. Nevertheless, Square Enix announced that two of its biggest brands, Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy, are crossing over wit

Gaming

Ghost Recon Wildlands Is Getting Another Year Of Content

Ubisoft is continuing to support Ghost Recon Wildlands for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The third-person shooter came out last year in the spring and received a number of updates and DLC, but Ubisoft recently announced that a second year of content updates will

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