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  1. Star Wars Celebration has a long history of revealing major upcoming games set in the Star Wars universe. That makes sense; after all, it's the largest gathering of Star Wars fans which makes them the group most likely to be interested in a Star Wars video game. In recent years, EA has used the event as a springboard for launching the hype machines for its line of Star Wars Battlefront titles - and now it appears that it will be doing the same for the upcoming game developed by Respawn: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. In the lead up to Star Wars Celebration 2019, it was revealed that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be make its more detailed debut this Saturday at 11:30am PT. However, a now defunct Amazon t-shirt listing leaked the poster design a day early, giving us one of the first looks at what we should be expecting from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Spotted by the eagle eyes of Twitter user Wario64, the listing read, "This official Jedi Fallen Order teaser poster has just been revealed at Star Wars Celebration Chicago and the tee shirt is now available, hot off the press, right here on Amazon!" You can view the entire image below: The image doesn't give us much to go on. We see what is presumably the protagonist holding a blue lightsaber while standing dramatically next to what appears to be a tiny Metal Gear with either a lightsaber of its own or (more likely) firing a small laser. The pair stand on a rocky planet with running water separating them from a massive crashed frigate. Their crashed vessel or perhaps a spaceship looms in the background while up in the sky a formation of TIE fighters close in on the scene. This does seem to confirm that the game will take place during the modern Star Wars timeline rather than the prequel series or the universe fleshed out in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Not much is currently known about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order other than the ongoing debate about where the colon in the title should be. The game was announced almost during what might best be described as a throwaway moment during EA's E3 presentation last year. During a cutaway to Respawn's co-founder (and co-creator of Call of Duty) Vince Zampella, a couple facts about the game were confirmed. Zampella stated that players will be able to use a lightsaber - confirmed by the leaked image. The release window for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been set for this coming holiday season. Thus far, no platforms have been confirmed, so we will have to wait for the full reveal on Saturday at 11:30am PT for those details and perhaps a more specific release date. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. Star Wars Celebration has a long history of revealing major upcoming games set in the Star Wars universe. That makes sense; after all, it's the largest gathering of Star Wars fans which makes them the group most likely to be interested in a Star Wars video game. In recent years, EA has used the event as a springboard for launching the hype machines for its line of Star Wars Battlefront titles - and now it appears that it will be doing the same for the upcoming game developed by Respawn: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. In the lead up to Star Wars Celebration 2019, it was revealed that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be make its more detailed debut this Saturday at 11:30am PT. However, a now defunct Amazon t-shirt listing leaked the poster design a day early, giving us one of the first looks at what we should be expecting from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Spotted by the eagle eyes of Twitter user Wario64, the listing read, "This official Jedi Fallen Order teaser poster has just been revealed at Star Wars Celebration Chicago and the tee shirt is now available, hot off the press, right here on Amazon!" You can view the entire image below: The image doesn't give us much to go on. We see what is presumably the protagonist holding a blue lightsaber while standing dramatically next to what appears to be a tiny Metal Gear with either a lightsaber of its own or (more likely) firing a small laser. The pair stand on a rocky planet with running water separating them from a massive crashed frigate. Their crashed vessel or perhaps a spaceship looms in the background while up in the sky a formation of TIE fighters close in on the scene. This does seem to confirm that the game will take place during the modern Star Wars timeline rather than the prequel series or the universe fleshed out in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Not much is currently known about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order other than the ongoing debate about where the colon in the title should be. The game was announced almost during what might best be described as a throwaway moment during EA's E3 presentation last year. During a cutaway to Respawn's co-founder (and co-creator of Call of Duty) Vince Zampella, a couple facts about the game were confirmed. Zampella stated that players will be able to use a lightsaber - confirmed by the leaked image. The release window for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been set for this coming holiday season. Thus far, no platforms have been confirmed, so we will have to wait for the full reveal on Saturday at 11:30am PT for those details and perhaps a more specific release date. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Amazon has signed a deal to create a TV series based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. The series will serve as a prequel to The Fellowship of the Ring and will unfold over multiple seasons, indicating that Amazon plans to put considerable resources behind their show, which will be exclusive to the Amazon Prime streaming service. “The Lord of the Rings is a cultural phenomenon that has captured the imagination of generations of fans through literature and the big screen,” said Amazon Studios' Sharon Tal Yguado. In fact, The Lord of the Rings is such a cultural phenomenon that Amazon has optioned the rights to create a spin-off series based on the Tolkien property should the main series find success. No release date has been announced as the show is still only in the infant stages of production, but here's hoping that Amazon can take the time to do such a bold undertaking justice. View full article
  4. Amazon has signed a deal to create a TV series based on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. The series will serve as a prequel to The Fellowship of the Ring and will unfold over multiple seasons, indicating that Amazon plans to put considerable resources behind their show, which will be exclusive to the Amazon Prime streaming service. “The Lord of the Rings is a cultural phenomenon that has captured the imagination of generations of fans through literature and the big screen,” said Amazon Studios' Sharon Tal Yguado. In fact, The Lord of the Rings is such a cultural phenomenon that Amazon has optioned the rights to create a spin-off series based on the Tolkien property should the main series find success. No release date has been announced as the show is still only in the infant stages of production, but here's hoping that Amazon can take the time to do such a bold undertaking justice.
  5. Hey, great news for Twitch Turbo subscribers and Amazon Prime subscribers. If you have Amazon Prime, you can now link your account to your Twitch. This basically gives you Turbo for free. It is called Twitch Prime, and it is minutely different than Turbo, but you don't need both. I canceled my Turbo already. Saves me a few bucks a month! w00t! https://blog.twitch.tv/twitchprime-458a537a3ae1#.fh4nyqgai
  6. Though it was rumored that Google was in talks to purchase the video streaming service, it appears that Amazon swooped in and bought Twitch for a cool $970 million. Twitch CEO Emmett Shear offered the following statement to the community about the acquisition: Every day, we strive to live up to the standard set by you, the community. We want to create the very best place to share your gaming and life online, and that mission continues to guide us. Together with you, we've found new ways of connecting developers and publishers with their fans. We've created a whole new kind of career that lets people make a living sharing their love of games. We've brought billions of hours of entertainment, laughter, joy and the occasional ragequit. I think we can all call that a pretty good start. Today, I'm pleased to announce we've been acquired by Amazon. We chose Amazon because they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision, and they want to help us get there faster. We're keeping most everything the same: our office, our employees, our brand, and most importantly our independence. But with Amazon's support we'll have the resources to bring you an even better Twitch. I personally want to thank you, each and every member of the Twitch community, for what you've created. Thank you for putting your faith in us. Thank you for sticking with us through growing pains and stumbles. Thank you for bringing your very best to us and sharing it with the world. Thank you, from a group of gamers who never dreamed they'd get to help shape the face of the industry that we love so much. It's dangerous to go alone. On behalf of myself and everyone else at Twitch, thank you for coming with us. As with most surprising turn of events, it remains to be seen if this acquisition will be a net positive, negative, or neutral for the people who use Twitch professionally and recreationally. The above statement sees to indicate that any changes will be for the better with increased financial backing and the retention of all Twitch jobs. Here is hoping you Extra Life streamers out there have an even easier and successful time with the service this year!
  7. Though it was rumored that Google was in talks to purchase the video streaming service, it appears that Amazon swooped in and bought Twitch for a cool $970 million. Twitch CEO Emmett Shear offered the following statement to the community about the acquisition: Every day, we strive to live up to the standard set by you, the community. We want to create the very best place to share your gaming and life online, and that mission continues to guide us. Together with you, we've found new ways of connecting developers and publishers with their fans. We've created a whole new kind of career that lets people make a living sharing their love of games. We've brought billions of hours of entertainment, laughter, joy and the occasional ragequit. I think we can all call that a pretty good start. Today, I'm pleased to announce we've been acquired by Amazon. We chose Amazon because they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision, and they want to help us get there faster. We're keeping most everything the same: our office, our employees, our brand, and most importantly our independence. But with Amazon's support we'll have the resources to bring you an even better Twitch. I personally want to thank you, each and every member of the Twitch community, for what you've created. Thank you for putting your faith in us. Thank you for sticking with us through growing pains and stumbles. Thank you for bringing your very best to us and sharing it with the world. Thank you, from a group of gamers who never dreamed they'd get to help shape the face of the industry that we love so much. It's dangerous to go alone. On behalf of myself and everyone else at Twitch, thank you for coming with us. As with most surprising turn of events, it remains to be seen if this acquisition will be a net positive, negative, or neutral for the people who use Twitch professionally and recreationally. The above statement sees to indicate that any changes will be for the better with increased financial backing and the retention of all Twitch jobs. Here is hoping you Extra Life streamers out there have an even easier and successful time with the service this year! View full article
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