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Iron Fist's Finn Jones Responds to the Show's Poor Reviews

Finn Jones, star of Netflix’s Iron Fist, has responded to the largely negative reviews the latest Marvel series has received from critics so far.

“Well I think there’s multiple factors,” Jones told Metro. ”What I will say is these shows are not made for critics, they are first and foremost made for the fans. I also think some of the reviews we saw were seeing the show through a very specific lens, and I think when the fans of the Marvel Netflix world and fans of the comic books view the show through the lens of just wanting to enjoy a superhero show, then they will really enjoy what they see.”

Jones went on to say he thinks Iron Fist is “a fantastic show which is really fun and I think it stands up there with the other Defenders’ shows without a doubt.”

The other Defenders shows Jon...

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Why Marvel's Iron Fist Doesn't Have a Costume on the Netflix Series

Danny Rand (Finn Jones) won’t be seen wearing his iconic green and yellow garb on the Netflix series Marvel’s Iron Fist, and showrunner Scott Buck has come forward to explain why.

In an interview with SFX Magazine (via GamesRadar), Buck said “there was no good reason” they could think to put him in that outfit. In the series, Rand “is still discovering who he is as a hero and where he is going to be.” As such, he’s “not yet ready to put on a mask or a costume.”

However, protecting his identity “does become an issue for the character.” Buck went on to note that Rand “is someone who is rather well known as a billionaire, so he can’t necessarily go out in public and do the things he does without being recognized.”

Like the other Marvel’s other Netflix-exclusive series, Iron Fist will be g...

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Nintendo Switch Price in Malaysia Revealed – Set to Turn off Many

Edit #1 – Feb 13 2017

We can confirm that another video games retailer in Malaysia, Impulse Gaming are already offering pre-orders for the Nintendo Switch at a relatively lower price; starting from MYR2099 yet still way too pricey given how much other current-gen home consoles are selling for.

According to their site, the stocks are obtained via Maxsoft Pte.Ltd and comes with a 1-year warranty. Extra cost apply for returns & repairs.

Nintendo Switch Price in Malaysia Revealed - Set to Turn off Many

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Gamers Hideout yesterday unveiled the retail price of the Nintendo Switch in Malaysia which may very well turn many gamers off due to its ridiculous pricing...

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Nintendo Switch Singapore Retail Price Revealed – Sends More eyes twitching

Thanks to video games, Malaysian and Singaporean gamers are in unison once again – this time via their displeasure at the ridiculously priced Nintendo Switch in their respective markets.

As we reported yesterday, Malaysian gamers were shocked to find out that the Nintendo Switch will retail an absurd MYR1,000 above its expected price, starting at MYR2,299. This however, isn’t the fault of the local resellers, as the price they had to put up relies heavily on the regional distributor. In this case, Maxsoft.Pte. Ltd.

The same case occur in Singapore, as Geekculture reported it earlier today. Based on the Facebook post of a popular online retailer Qisahn, the Nintendo Switch carries a suggested retail price of US$299 (SG$425) will start selling from SG$659 (US$462) in Singapore markets...

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Injustice 2: 3 Extra DC Characters Added as Alternate Skins in Special Edition

NetherRealm has released details of its Digital Deluxe and Ultimate editions of Injustice 2, revealing that 3 unannounced heroes will be released as alternate “Premier Skins” for other characters.

According to the game’s pre-order page, Power Girl will be playable as a Supergirl skin, Reverse-Flash as the Flash, and John Stewart’s Green Lantern as Hal Jordan’s version.

The two special editions come with different levels of extra content included. The Digital Deluxe edition will include 3 DLC fighters, the Power Girl premier skin and a gear shader (which changes the look of your character, not unlike Destiny’s shaders). The Ultimate Edition will include 9 DLC fighters, all three announced premier skins, and two gear shaders.

It’s currently unclear who those DLC characters will be, and whe...

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Injustice 2 Beta Announced

WB Games and NetherRealm Studios have announced a beta for Injustice 2.

Starting today, people can sign up through the Injustice 2 online beta registration. More details about the early trial for the fighting game are expected in the near future.

Injustice 2 will officially launch in May, available in a standard package as well as digital deluxe and ultimate edition options. These special versions of the fighting game include DLC characters, like the Power Girl skin.

No matter what version, though, Injustice 2 is one of IGN’s big games coming in 2017.


Evan Campbell is a freelance writer who scripts the Daily Fix, streams games on his Twitch channel, and chats about movies and TV series on Twitter.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda Details a Few New Squadmates

Mass Effect: Andromeda is less than two months away, and – following the release of the latest cinematic trailer – we’re beginning to see more information about the team you’ll be leading in the game.

In a new “Andromeda Initiative” video on the Mass Effect website, Cora Harper, second in command under original Pathfinder Alec Ryder, introduces us to some of the team. Harper herself is a biotic, and takes charge of the team’s ground missions. She has apparently served with Asari commandos, meaning we may see her as the bridge between the human team and their alien allies.

Her character assessment in the video says that “if warranted” she’ll succeed Alec Ryder as Pathfinder. Given we know that either his son or daughter actually take on that role, it’s a mystery what’ll happen to keep Cora ...

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Mass Effect: Andromeda to Feature Weapon Naming and Crafting

Mass Effect: Andromeda will introduce a new feature to the series: weapon naming and crafting.

The game’s lead designer Ian S. Frazier confirmed the feature on Twitter while also revealing melee weapons, like a Krogan-style hammer, can also be named and crafted. Melee Weapons will have a specific slot in your loadout similar to guns.

BioWare’s other major RPG series, Dragon Age, has had weapon crafting including the latest entry, 2014′s Dragon Age: Inquisition.

PRO TIP: In MEA, you can craft your own krogan-style hammer and name it GRABTHAR’S HAMMER.

That one’s free, folks. #space

— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) January 17, 2017

Mass Effect: Andromeda launches March 21 in North America and March 23 internationally for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC...

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Hideo Kojima Addresses His Time with Konami

Hideo Kojima commented on his inspirations, Kojima Productions, and his time with his former employer Konami. In a statement given to us during our visit to the opening of the new Kojima Productions studio space, the Metal Gear/PT/Death Stranding creator had this to say:

“The me that stands here now is the product of the past 53 years of my life. Everything I experienced over 53 years; movies I’ve seen, books I’ve read, music I’ve listened to, games I’ve played, people I’ve met and the 30 years spent in this industry, have formed who I am. Not one of these things has been without purpose, including my experience creating games at Konami. I’m embarking on a new challenge with a fresh slate, but I intend to keep pushing the creative envelope until the day I die...

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Death Stranding: Guillermo del Toro on His Role in Hideo Kojima's Next Game

Don’t expect director Guillermo del Toro to have a big role in the production of Death Stranding. Though the game features a reunion between del Toro and friend/fellow P.T. director Hideo Kojima, it turns out that del Toro’s contribution is solely as an actor this time around.

That’s what we learned during a recent phone interview with del Toro, as he was clear that the game itself sprung solely from the mind of Kojima. “I’m involved as a character. Kojima-san called me and said, ‘I want you to be a character in the game,’ and I said, ‘Gladly.’ He’s discussed his ideas so I could understand the character, but other than that I’m not involved, creatively, at all.”

Del Toro continued, “This is entirely Kojima-san’s game. I think it’s gonna be a fantastic game, 100%...

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