T-Mobile promises to finish the “complete bulls—t” from TV companies in 2018

reader comments 114 T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced now that the mobile phone user intends to acquire TV service Layer3 TV and next year offer a TV service that lets you watch “what you want, when you want, where you want” but the “complete bullshit”—contracts, forced bundles, and promotional pricing …

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Gorogoa review: Beneath 4 panels censor gaming’s many pleasing surprise

reader comments 28 Game details Developer: Buried SignalPublisher: Annapurna InteractivePlatform: Windows PC (reviewed), iOSRelease Date: December 14, 2017ESRB Rating: E for EveryonePrice: $14.99 (Windows PC), $4.99 (iOS)Links: Steam | GOG | Official Website After my last click of the mouse, the screen went to black, with only the word “Gorogoa” flashing. Those …

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Ready Player One arrives—abundant references intact—in its first full trailer

reader comments 19 After an initial glimpse at this summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, the first full trailer for Ready Player One premiered this weekend. Author Ernest Cline brought the footage to his hometown theater—Austin, Texas’ Alamo Drafthouse—and live-streamed it (with a post-roll QA) for fans worldwide on the film’s Facebook page. …

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Every classical Street Fighter will land in a outrageous anthology in May 2018

reader comments 30 During a major annual contest for the fighting diversion Street Fighter V, the series’ creators at Capcom announced the biggest anthology ever for the series—if not for Capcom as a diversion maker. On Sunday, the developers interrupted their Capcom Cup eventuality to betray the Street Fighter 30th …

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In Thelma, suppressing facts—whether it’s your temperament or power—is the genuine horror

reader comments 10 You competence not see a some-more overwhelming film in 2017 than Director Joachim Trier’s Thelma, Norway’s acquiescence for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars. It tonally combines the uncontrollable complacency of a coming-of-age/first adore film with the creepy calm and angularity of arthouse horror. And aesthetically …

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