It’s almost the holiday season, which means it’s time to figure out what the hell kind of gifts you’re going to buy people. Fortunately for you, I’m here to give you all the gaming information you could possibly need. Whether it’s your boyfriend, brother, husband, cousin, sister, aunt, grandmother or whoever, it’s all the same. Here’s a rundown of everything you need to know about the different gaming consoles available to you.
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Well, if you’ve been watching the Pokemon XY anime series then you’re well aware that it has, sadly, come to an end (pending some final special episodes). The XY series premiered on October 17, 2013 and ran strong for just a hair over three years, wrapping up on October 27, 2016. The sixth generation of the Pokemon anime not only redeemed itself after the disgrace that was Black & White, but it ranks up there as one of the best in the 20 year long series. So let’s take a trip down memory lane here and look back at what was, in my opinion, the best the Pokemon anime has offered since the Battle Frontier series.
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Dark Souls 3’s first planned DLC, Ashes of Ariandel, released on October 25 for $15. With quality DLC in previous games like Dark Souls’s Artorias of the Abyss and Bloodborne’s The Old Hunters, there was a lot to look forward to in FromSoftware’s latest content: Ashes of Ariandel. Unfortunately, it didn’t entirely deliver.
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One of the major hang ups when Star Wars was sold to Disney in 2012 was that The Clone Wars was abruptly ended in favor of Star Wars Rebels being created for a Disney television network. Obviously, this left many different plot lines open and arguably the biggest one was that the series never got the conclusion it deserved. The most recent episode of Rebels, at the very least, helped close this loop for fans of The Clone Wars.
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The rather anticipated novel, Star Wars: Ahsoka, written by E. K. Johnston released on October 11th and it definitely delivered on what many fans of Ahsoka and Star Wars wanted. The premature cancellation of Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, as a result of the purchase of Lucasfilm by Disney, left many mysteries and unfinished storylines behind. One of those storylines, obviously, was what happened to Ahsoka Tano after she left the Jedi Order. Star Wars Rebels has begun to close some of the loops left open from The Clone Wars and we learned that Ahsoka joined up with the Rebellion at some point after Order 66 came down. Johnston’s novel fills in these gaps as well as answers some other questions.
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