This Weeks Xbox Deals with Gold SPRING SALE (April 7th-April 13th 2015)

From April 7th through the 13th, Xbox is giving away A TON of great media for cheap. Movies, Games, TV Show Seasons, Seasons Passes, and tons more!

*Media shown with Gold price, sale price, and original price (crossed out if given)

Games

Xbox One

Deals with Gold
Pool Nation FX  Free in April
Child of Light  Free in April
Rayman Legends  Free in April
Forza Horizon 2 Ultimate $99.99 $69.99
Forza Horizon 2 Deluxe $79.99 $55.99
Forza Horizon 2 Digital $59.99 $47.99
Forza Horizon 2 Car Pass $24.99 $12.50

Sales
Alien Isolation Season Pass $29.99 $17.99 $15.00
Beachbody P90X for Xbox Fitness $59.99 $44.99 $40.19
Boom Ball for Kinect $9.99 $5.99 $5.00
Fantasia: Music Evolved Deluxe Digital Bundle $69.99 $41.99 $35.00
Far Cry 4 Season Pass $29.99 $23.99 $20.99
Kinect Sports Rivals $49.99 $29.99 $25.00
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Season Pass $28.99 $14.50 $11.60
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood $14.99 $4.95 $3.75
Monopoly Plus $14.99 $10.04 $8.99
My Monopoly $9.99 $5.99 $5.00
Project Spark: Recon Mission $7.99 $5.99
Project Spark Champion Play Quest Pack $24.99 $12.50 $10.00
Rabbids Invasion Gold Edition $54.99 $32.99 $27.50
Rabbids Invasion Season Pass $14.99 $11.24 $10.49
Ryse: Son of Rome Season Pass $19.99 $11.99 $10.00
Shadow of Mordor Season Pass $24.99 $12.50 $10.00
Tetris Ultimate $9.99 $6.69 $5.99
The Crew Season Pass $24.99 $19.99 $17.49
Watch Dogs Season Pass $19.99 $15.99 $13.99
Zoo Tycoon $39.99 $20.00 $16.00

Xbox 360
Deals with GoldGears of War Judgment  Free in April
Terraria  Free in April
Serious Sam 3: BFE $9.99 $3.29
Serious Sam 3: BFE-Jewel of the Nile $9.99 $3.29
Serious Sam HD TSE $9.99 $3.29
Serious Sam Double D XXL $9.99 $3.29
Naruto Shippuden: UNSR $49.99 $24.99
F1 2014 $44.99 $22.49

Sales
Fantasia: Music Evolved $17.99 $14.99
Rabbids Invasion: The Interactive TV Show $11.99 $9.99
Zoo Tycoon $11.99 $9.89
The Voice $ 23.99 $19.99
TMNT $13.19 $9.99
Kinect Sports: Season Two $5.99 $4.94
Virtual Tennis 4 $6.59 $4.99
Rockstar Table Tennis $3.74 $2.99
Rayman Origins $5.99 $4.94
Summer Stars 2012 $7.49 $4.49
Winter Stars $7.49 $4.49
MINI NINJAS $6.59 $4.99
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood $5.99 $4.94
Guacamelee! STCE $ 7.49 $5.99
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD $7.49 $5.99
Trials HD $5.99 $4.99
Motocross Madness $5.99 $4.99
Castle of Illusions starring Mickey Mouse $8.99 $7.49
Freefall Racers $3.29 $2.49
Let’s Sing and Dance $5.99 $4.99
Geon $3.29 $2.49
The Crew Season Pass $19.99 $17.49
Watch Dogs Season Pass $15.99 $13.99
Far Cry 4 Season Pass $23.99 $20.99
Alien Isolation Season Pass $17.99 $14.99
Rabbids Invasion Season Pass $11.24 $10.49
P4AU Navigation Set A $8.03 $7.19
P4AU Navigation Set B $16.74 $14.99
P4AU Story $6.69 $5.99
Forza 4 VIP Membership $5.99 $4.94
Rock Band 3 $11.99 $9.99
Rock Band 3 Ozzy Osbourne 8 Pack $8.09 $6.75
Rock Band 3 Aerosmith’s Greatest Dimension Pack $5.99 $4.99
Rock Band 3 The Black Keys Pack 2 $3.29 $2.75
Rock Band 3 Pretty Hate Pack 1 $4.19 $3.49

Movies

HD Under $10
Fury $9.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) $9.99
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $8.99
Transformers: Age of Extinction $9.99
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $8.99
The Equalizer $9.99
The Maze Runner $9.99
The Wolf of Wall Street $8.99
300: Rise of an Empire $9.99
G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra $8.99
22 Jump Street $9.99
The Sitter $8.99
We’re the Millers $9.99
Tommy Boy $8.99
The Conjuring $9.99
Pompeii $8.99
The Godfather Part II $8.99
Old School $8.99
Pacific Rim $9.99
The Grand Budapest Hotel $9.99
Zoolander $8.99
Tropic Thunder $8.99
Taken $8.99
Taken 2 $8.99
School of Rock $8.99
(500) Days of Summer $8.99
Garden State $8.99
Antz $8.99
Over The Hedge $8.99
Shark Tale $8.99
30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil $8.99
Her $9.99
The Girl Next Door $8.99
Super Troopers $8.99
Monster High: New Ghoul at School $9.99
Prisoners $9.99
Max Payne $8.99
Life of Pi $8.99
How to Train Your Dragon 2 $9.99
Gravity $9.99
The Hangover Part III $9.99
Deliver Us From Evil $8.99
Epic $8.99
Bee Movie $8.99
Chicken Run $8.99
12 Rounds $8.99
Sex Tape $8.99
Veronica Mars $9.99
Think Like a Man Too $8.99
88 $8.99
The Raid 2 $8.99
The Book of Life $9.99
Mr. Peabody & Sherman $9.99
Penguins of Madagascar The Movie $9.99
Hugo $8.99
Barbie and the Secret Door $9.99
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron $8.99

HD Under $8
Evil Dead (2013) $7.99
Battle for Terra $5.99
Riddick $7.99
21 Jump Street $7.99
Here Comes The Boom $7.99
Total Recall $7.99
Planet Terror $5.99
Death Proof $5.99
George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead $5.99
Fanboys $5.99
Lucky Number Slevin $5.99
Catch Hell $5.99
Grudge Match $7.99
Miss Meadows $5.99
Zack and Miri Make a Porno $5.99
Step Brothers $7.99
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For $7.99
Space Jam $7.99
Happy Feet $7.99
The Amazing Spider-Man $7.99
Paul Blart: Mall Cop $7.99
Home Front $7.99
Red vs. Blue Season 12 $6.99
Zookeeper $7.99
Grown Ups $7.99
Grown Ups 2 $7.99
Men In Black 3 $7.99
Escape From Planet Earth $4.99
Zombieland $7.99
The Great Gatsby $7.99
The Other Guys $7.99
Pineapple Express $7.99
Dolphin Tale $7.99
Scooby-Doo $7.99
The Karate Kid (2010) $7.99
The Goonies $7.99
Talladega Nights $7.99
Generation Iron $6.99
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971) $7.99
The Raid: Redemption $7.99
Where the Wild Things Are $7.99
The Neverending Story $7.99
Free Willy $7.99
Underworld Awakening $7.99
Think Like a Man $7.99
Battle: Los Angeles $7.99
Insidious $7.99
Bullet to the Head $7.99
Zero Dark Thirty $7.99
That’s My Boy $7.99
Alpha and Omega $5.99
White House Down $7.99
Non-Stop $7.99
Gangster Squad $7.99
Hotel Transylvania $7.99
Battle of the Damned $6.99
Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 $7.99
Nymphomaniac Vol. 2 $7.99
The Wizard of Oz (1939) $7.99
Jack and Jill $7.99
Year One $7.99
Getaway $7.99
Spy Kids 4 $4.99
A Hijacking $6.99
Fred: The Movie $5.99
Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred $5.99
Fred 3: Camp Fred $5.99
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks $6.99
An American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars $7.99

TV ShowsVarying Prices

Arrow Season 3
Gotham Season 1
The Flash Season 1
Scorpion Season 1
Duck Dynasty Season 7
Blacklist Season 2
Regular Show Season 2
Deadliest Catch Season 10
Constantine Season 1
Orphan Black Seasons 1-2
Ripper Street Seasons 1-2
Video Game High School Season 3
Madam Secretary Season 1
How I Met Your Mother Seasons 1-9
Broad City Season 1
Kroll Show Season 1
Modern Family Seasons 1-6
The Simpsons Seasons 1-3, 20-25
White Collar Seasons 1-6
Jane the Virgin Season 1
The Goldbergs Season 2
Pawn Stars Season 14
Key and Peele Season 1
Ancient Aliens Season 6
Alaskan Bush People Season 2
The Missing Season 1
The Bible Season 1
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Season 1
Glee Seasons 1-5
Graceland Seasons 1-2
Nathan For You Season 1
Review Season 1
Survivors Remorse Season 1
The Curse of Oak Island Season 1
Dance Moms Season 4
Street Art Throwdown Season 1
Weekend Fix Season 1
Car Matchmaker Season 1
The Getaway Seasons 1-2
China, IL Season 1
Hot Package Season 1
Too Cute Seasons 1-5

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Five Nights at Freddy’s: The movie?

Five Nights at Freddy’s Movie

by Dark_Laharal


According to the Hollywood Reporter Warner Bros. has picked up Five Nights at Freddy’s and plan to adapt it into a film. This makes sense because of Five Nights at Freddy’s ever growing popularity.

I like the idea of an adaptation. Will we can finally get the real story behind the series? However, I do have some concerns. Will it actually be made? Will it suffer the way other video game based movies have in the past? Which game will the movie be based on? Personally, I think it would be awesome if they strayed away from the game and made a prequel to the entire series. Time will tell. 

What do you think?

Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious Review


Forza Presents Fast & Furious Review
By UNDED

With the release of Fast 7 this weekend, you might be wanting to get behind the wheel of some good ol’ American muscle, or maybe a hot little import. Xbox thought so too, so they partnered with Universal to bring you a solid racing game loosely based around the Fast and Furious franchise. Most movie franchise tie-in games are blatant cash grabs, but having been developed by Forza Horizon 2 developers Playground Games and set within that universe; this makes Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious a great standalone game worth jumping into.

              Starting off in the middle of race, you’re quickly introduced to Ludacris’ character Tej from Fast & Furious. He will be your ‘voice of reason’ throughout the game; giving you missions and telling you when you need to change cars before you start a race. His presence is appreciated, but wears out after a few hours. He doesn’t become so annoying with his repeated lines that you’ll want to turn off the game, but I did mute my tv from time to time when I knew I was coming up to a race. You begin with Dom’s iconic black Charger from the first Fast and Furious movie, and are set up with a race to determine your skills. You are tasked with collecting 11 cars from F&F series, including Brian’s tuner. Everything you do in the game nets you style points. Smashing into objects, drafting behind other drivers, and even driving ‘clean’ (that is, you don’t hit anything) will all grant you style points. Usually, these don’t mean much other than a way to rank you on the leaderboard, but there are times when you’ll enter a challenge to earn ‘x’ amount of points within a certain time limit.    

            The music in the game is adequate, only a few times ever really amping up the tension in a race. There’s some hip hop, some techno. Very bass and beat heavy music to try and match the action. More than anything else, the house beats are fun to cruise too. To help myself concentrate during an important though, I usually turned the radio off with a quick press on the right of the d-pad. There were a few times when the background orchestral music couldn’t be turned off. These races were meant to be intentionally tense moments. I often referred to them as ‘scripted action’. That’s not to say they weren’t fun, but before long you can tell when the game is demanding your attention for a given moment, and after a few times I couldn’t help but roll my eyes at the music.

            The races themselves are the best part. Thank goodness too. I can forgive Ludacris talking in my ear all the time, and the overzealous music, but if this game wasn’t fun to play I would have had a terrible weekend. The cars are genuinely fun to drive, and the wide open spaces lend themselves well to creative endeavors. I spent hours one time trying to drift between two shipping crates on a loading dock not because I had to, but because I knew I could do it if I just timed it right. There are many varieties of events. Some races, some style point challenges, other involve you drifting around an area to break through boards. The diversity of game types and vehicles gives this standalone incredible amounts of replayability.

With its long roads, large open fields, and several unique areas, the world of Forza Horizons feels like a character all its own. Like Forza Horizon 2, this is set in France and I often caught myself staring into the distance at the hillsides nearby, or even the sunsets. It is a beautiful game. The world is littered with Speed Traps you can use to compete with, the fastest speed of which you or your friends had recorded at that particular one plastered at the top of the board. F&F records everything you do, and gives you many things to hold over your friends. You can explore the entire world and get 100% completion on the map, you can find all the hidden boards that need to be broken through, or you can finish everything on your ‘bucket list’; a set of challenges that even when completed, you can keep repeating until you think your friends can’t match you for time. I wasn’t able to test out the multiplayer for myself but it does include multiplayer, and you can race your friends by letting them join your game. Along with the 10 cars you need to unlock for the ‘story’ you can also unlock a few more by completing challenges for Forza Hub; their online client you can access through the console. When I was finished with the game I ended up with 12 cars overall.  

Summary

If you’ve wanted to jump into the Forza Horizon series but gave a second thought to the almost never lowered $60 price tag, I highly recommend giving the Fast & Furious standalone game a chance. Released on March 27th, F&F is available for free until April 10th, after which it will only set you back $10. You don’t need the base Horizon 2 game, and you don’t need Xbox Live Gold. The world is big, the racing is fun, and you can enjoy it with your friends. For the past week this game has had me coming back just for the single player alone. Highly recommended, this is well worth your money. 

PSN New Releases Week (April 5 – 10 2015)

PlayStation 4 Games

  • Aaru’s Awakening (PSN, cross-buy)
  • Bastion (PSN) – NA
  • Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin (Retail & PSN) – NA
  • Krinkle Krusher (PSN, cross-buy) – NA
  • Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones (PSN, cross-buy)
  • Tower of Guns (PSN, cross-buy)

PlayStation 3 Games

  • Aaru’s Awakening (PSN, cross-buy)
  • Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin (Retail & PSN) – NA
  • Krinkle Krusher (PSN, cross-buy) – NA
  • Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones (PSN, cross-buy)
  • Tower of Guns (PSN, cross-buy)

PlayStation Vita Games

  • Element4L (PSN) – NA
  • Krinkle Krusher (PSN, cross-buy) – NA
  • MonsterBag (PSN)
  • Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones (PSN, cross-buy)

Sony PSVita Owners Get Refunds

Some Sony PS Vita owners will get refunds, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The FTC approved yesterday a final order for a settlement between the agency, Sony, and Deutsche LA.
Deutsche LA was the advertising agency Sony hired to advertise and market the PS Vita handheld device in 2011 and 2012 – both before and after Sony launched the device.
The FTC sued Sony and Deutsche LA in November of 2014, according to an FTC report.
The original complaint by the FTC alleged that both companies, Sony and Deutsche LA, violated numerous consumer protection laws by misleading consumers with false advertising.
The FTC also alleged that Deutsche LA violated the 2009 Guide for Disclosure and the updated Dot com Disclosure of 2013 by using deceptive product endorsements via undisclosed Twitter advertising campaigns.
According to Forbes, Sony and Deutsche started the $50 million advertising campaign in February of 2012.
The ads and endorsements ultimately led to consumers buying a product that did not do what Sony promised it would — and the companies did this knowingly, according to the FTC.
The final order, approved yesterday by a unanimous vote of 5–0, orders Sony to give eligible PS Vita owners “either a $25 cash or credit refund, or a $50 merchandise voucher” good for use on certain games or services, according to the FTC court filing.
Eligible purchasers can opt for a check, or if they have a PSN, a credit to their PSN account.
“‘Eligible Purchaser’ means any consumer who purchased the PlayStation Vita before June 1, 2012 and did not return it for a full refund.”
The FTC got wind of the false advertising and deceptive product reviews, investigated the claims, and ultimately sided with consumers, saying that the Sony PS Vita didn’t work as promised in November of 2014 by announcing the settlement.
The FTC flat out states that not only do the live gaming and multiplayer gaming features not exist, but that the cross play feature requires a separate purchase — a purchase Sony did not disclose in the ad.
Additionally, the remote playing feature Sony specifically advertised to work with Killzone 3 in the TV ad did not work either.
In fact, the FTC said, “Sony never enabled remote play on its ‘Killzone 3′ game title.”
Sony PS Vita Remote Play TV Ad
As for Deutsche LA, the FTC says the company got its employees to “review” and “advertise” the PS Vita from their personal accounts. The employees were told what to write and to append the hashtag ‪#‎gamechanger‬ to them, but it did not instruct them to disclose they worked for Deutsche LA.
In the final orders between the FTC, Sony, and Deutsche LA, each company respectively agreed to stop the false advertising.
In addition, Deutsche LA has to take the tweets down that don’t comply with the disclosure guidelines while Sony has to pay back PS Vita owners and set up a phone bank for owners with questions. Any non-compliance or violation of the order could result in fines.
source: inquisitr

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