IGN SEA's Thank You 2017 Giveaway: Round 2!

We’ve had a really amazing 2017, from kickstarting our daily livestreams, to our Facebook page surpassing 100,000 likes, and hosting our largest gaming event to date that took place in two shopping malls!

We couldn’t have done all of this without YOU, and it’s our turn to give something back. Round 1 of our giveaway ended on 13th December, as for Round 2, we are giving away 2 awesome gaming headsets courtesy of Sennheiser along with 4 exclusive IGN T-shirts.

IGN SEA's Thank You 2017 Giveaway: Round 2!

Thank You Giveaway Round 2 – Treasure List:

1x Sennheiser GSP 350 Gaming Headset

1x Sennheiser GSP 303 “Need For Speed: Payback” Edition Headset

4x IGN T-Shirt

To stand a chance of winning the treasure, here’s how to enter:

1) Answer the question: “What is the first game you’ll be playing with your new Sennheiser Gaming Headset?”

2) ...

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Bungie Addresses the 'State of Destiny 2' in Blog Post

Bungie replaced a planned livestream today with a blog post from the Destiny development team addressing the game and where it stands with the Destiny 2 community.

The team said it’s been reading, and taking to heart, feedback on improving the experience, as well as “tough criticism about our lack of communication.”

“We agree we need to be more open,” the post reads. “We want Destiny to be a game that fits into your life.”

Further into the post, Bungie outlines its plans and improvements for both a December 5 and December 12 update, showing off things like Masterworks weapons.

Masterworks are Legendary weapons that have been upgraded. They also drop, and have advantages over Legendaries such as the ability to “track and display the number of kills with that weapon.”

It’s all part of a fo...

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Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris to Feature First Raid Lair

Destiny 2′s upcoming DLC expansion, Curse of Osiris, will feature a new type of Raid experience called a Raid Lair.

As detailed during Bungie’s Twitch stream (via Game Informer), a six-player Raid Lair is shorter but “no less challenging” than your standard Raid encounter. Curse of Osiris’ Raid Lair is titled Leviathan, Eater of Worlds. Like the existing Leviathan Raid, Eater of Worlds is also set on Calus’ planet-eating ship; however, the action takes place in the lower areas of the ship rather than all the way at the top.

Eater of Worlds will feature new locations, encounters, puzzles, loot, and a tough boss to battle. It will have a prestige mode, and will also be compatible with Destiny 2′s Guided Games feature.

The Power requirement for the Raid Lair will be 300, with The Leviat...

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First Avengers: Infinity War Trailer Shows Thanos in Action

Marvel Studios has dropped the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War and we finally got to see Thanos going up against our favourite superhero team.

The Mad Titan himself has arrived on Earth and, as he says in the trailer, seems to be having a lot of fun putting his masterplan of “balancing the universe” into action.

We also see  he’s already got two of the six Infinity Stones in his possession, and Vision is attacked for his Mind Stone.



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New Avengers: Infinity War Magazine Covers

Fans can get a sneak peek at the new looks the heroes of the MCU will sport in Marvel’s The Avengers: Infinity War thanks to a batch of new magazine covers.

Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated film is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair. Check out the slideshow below to see all four covers, which offer a fresh glimpse at War Machine’s new armor, a blonde Black Widow, Hawkeye’s mohawk haircut, and more.

Costume upgrades for several of the heroes can be seen in the cover images, including a new vest for Black Widow and a sleek, darker colored outfit for Ant-Man.

There are also several noteworthy things about Thor’s look. Warning: Thor: Ragnaork spoilers follow.

The God of Thunder’s cape and hammer, both of which were destroyed in Ragnarok, appear in Vanity Fair’s cov...

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Captain Marvel Confirmed for Avengers 4

Scarlett Johansson has confirmed that we’ll be seeing Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel in Avengers 4.

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Johansson said that Captain Marvel gets her “feet wet” in the Infinity War sequel before starring in her solo movie.

“She’s so great”, Johansson said, “but a really cute thing happened the other day where Hulk is standing next to her and [Avengers 4 co-director] Joe Russo told her to put her hand in front of Mark [Ruffalo]’s face to stop him, and she’s like, “In front of his face?” And they explained, “that’s where his chest is,” and she looks up and yells, “I’m new! I’m new!””

Johansson went onto explain that seeing the new generation of MCU heroes is great, but bittersweet. “I’m like, “damn, girl,” she continued...

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe Will Be 'Very, Very Different' After Avengers 4

Whether it’s called Phase 4 or not, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to see drastic changes after Avengers 4.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige chatted with Collider about the future for the universe. Though he was tight-lipped about where things go with the untitled Avengers 4, he did hint at a new direction.

“We have an idea, and it’s gonna be very, very different.”

Feige even hinted that what would seemingly be called Phase 4 could end up being something entirely new:

“Certainly as we get to Infinity War there is a sense of a climax if not a conclusion to, by the time we’re at untitled Avengers 4, the 22 movies that will have encompassed the first three phases of the MCU [...] I don’t know if it’s Phase 4, it might be a new thing.”

There has been speculation as t...

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Rashida Jones and Writing Partner Drop Out of Toy Story 4 Citing "Philosophical Differences" With Pixar

Rashida Jones and writing partner Will McCormack have dropped out of their positions as co-writers of Toy Story 4, citing a culture at Pixar that marginalises women and people of colour.

As reported by EW, the co-writers released a statement saying that “we parted ways because of creative and, more importantly, philosophical differences. There is so much talent at Pixar, and we remain enormous fans of their films. However, it is also a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice.”

The duo points out that only one of Pixar’s 20 films have been directed by a woman, and another by a person of colour. The statement adds that “we hope we can encourage all those who have felt like their voices could not be heard in the past to feel empowered.”

Jones and McCo...

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Yes, Rampage Is Based on a Video Game

The Rock’s next blockbuster is pretty literal, with giant monsters busting city blocks in downtown Chicago. And in case you were unaware, the movie is based on a video game. And like other big-screen adaptations, it plays pretty fast and loose with the source material.

Rampage, the game, was released into arcades in 1986 by Bally Midway and featured three different monsters climbing, and destroying, buildings. The game starts out in Peoria, Illinois and charts a path of destruction across the United States over the course of 128 days. Gameplay is pretty straight-forward: just punch the crap out of buildings until they collapse into rubble.

From what is shown in the trailer, the movie takes the basics: giant monsters, smashing buildings, and fills it out a little to make it into a movie...

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IGN Sea Waves @ Fishball 阿鱼丸

My Giant Nerd Boyfriend is an endearingly funny web cartoon and comic book that features the daily life of gamer, geek and comic artist Fishball (阿鱼丸) with her equally shy and dedicated gamer boyfriend who towers at 199cm!

IGN Sea Waves @ Fishball 阿鱼丸

With a height difference of 30cm and above, follow Fishball as she navigates the Malaysian life with her geeky companion.

Ever so easy to pick up, Fishball’s distinctive art style captures numerous laugh out loud moments with her boyfriend in a warm and memorable way. Each strip shows accessible, true slice of life jokes that are immediately relatable.Her comics are also written in two languages, with wordings in both English and Chinese...

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