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Guide: Best PS4 Music of March 2018

The stars turn and time presents itself. And with that comes more game music. March was a month bursting to the brim with titles from a variety of genres, from JRPGs to AAA first-person shooters to more unique titles like mandatory co-op experiences. There was a little for everyone in March. Among these titles were some really great soundtracks, too. Josef Fares’ mandatory co-op prison break, while a little rough around the edges, was able to still deliver a knockout title that was truly heightened by the co-op experience rather…

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Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? – Issue 213

Whether you celebrate it or not, we hope that you have lots of chocolate in store for this long Easter weekend. Here at Push Square Towers, we’ll be scoffing liberal amounts of Hot Cross Buns and sipping sweet tea. But what will we be playing? Here’s your weekly WAYP. Sammy Barker, Editor I’m having a blast with MLB The Show 18, so I’ll be continuing to collect cards in the hopes of creating the ultimate Diamond Dynasty team. Robert Ramsey, Deputy Editor It’s taken a whole week but I’m finally…

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How Blue Bloods Brought Back Those Two Trouble-Making Characters

Meanwhile, the wee hours of the morning saw Frank get called downtown, where he finds Lenny without his pants and generally looking like hell in an office. Apparently, Lenny got thrown in a holding cell for shooting a bouncer and a stripper after the bouncer tried to get him off stage and stop him from taking his clothes off. Lenny informs Frank that he had two drinks and then woke up at the station; he doesn’t remember anything that happened, especially shooting up a strip club. When Frank looks skeptical…

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How Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. May Have Just Hinted At Major Character Deaths

Yo-Yo Rodriguez Why She Might Die: Well, for one thing, poor Yo-Yo doesn’t have her own arms anymore. Although Simmons was able to install some robot arms on Yo-Yo in “Rise and Shine,” she could be mortally incapacitated if her arms malfunction. Fitz couldn’t be trusted to help with the arms, Simmons is no genius engineer, and those arms were salvaged from the body of an enemy android. Also, Yo-Yo is the one character whose fate seems the most certain, and that could be very misleading. She was alive–if not…

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Narrative Adventure The First Tree Sure Looks Foxy

Join the cub by Sammy Barker 19 hours ago [embedded content] Narrative-driven indie hit The First Tree will search for its cubs on the PlayStation 4, creator David Wehle has announced. A kind of wildlife-themed adventure, the story tells the tale of two connected entities: a fox looking for its offspring and a son reconnecting with his estranged father in Alaska. You probably won’t need an English Literature degree to see how they link. At just 90 minutes in length, this is more focused on the tale that it’s got…

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Arrow May Bring A Long-Dead Character Back In Season 6

13 hours ago Arrow has killed off plenty of characters over its six seasons so far, although it has also found a variety of ways to bring actors back to reprise their roles even after their characters bit the dust. Between flashbacks, dreams, hallucinations, parallel universes, and magical pools of resurrection juice, nobody is ever really gone on Arrow. Now, star Stephen Amell has taken to social media to tease the return of a character who has been dead since the very first season, posting this: Tommy! Now, under normal…

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Life Sentence Just Got Bad News From The CW

Life Sentence may be nearing the end of its life. The CW drama stars Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) as a cancer patient who gets a new lease on life when her once-terminal diagnosis is miraculously overturned, and she is cured. Only four episodes of the series have aired in its Wednesday time slot, and the decision has been made to move it to the much-dreaded and highly ominous Friday night fright-zone. Few series typically survive the move. Of course, there have been rare exceptions. Back in 2010, The CW…

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Timothy Olyphant’s Blunt Feelings About HBO’s Deadwood TV Movie

Fans of HBO’s Deadwood despaired when it was cancelled back in 2006, but recent years have given reason to hope for more. Rumors of a Deadwood reunion movie have been floating around since 2015, and signs were looking good for HBO to really get moving on the TV movie sooner rather than later. Now, Deadwood star Timothy Olyphant has weighed in on if and when we really might get that movie, and he didn’t mince words: On the one hand, Timothy Olyphant clearly treasures his time working with David Milch–who…

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How Dangerous The Original Batman TV Show Was To Make, According To Burt Ward

18 hours ago Comic book movies and TV shows now can use computer-generated elements and cool visual effects to generate their setpieces. However, back in the days of Batman ’66, everyone had to rely on good, old-fashioned stunt work. This made the classic and campy Caped Crusader series incredibly dangerous to film, and as Robin actor Burt Ward recently explained in an interview, portraying the Boy Wonder landed him in the hospital several times. Ward said: So, Burt Ward makes it seem like acting on Batman ’66 was not all…

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What Neil Patrick Harris’ Loves About A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 2

In just a few years time, Netflix has become a hub for fantastic streaming content. As the service became more acclaimed and accepted in the TV world, it began trimming the fat and cancelling some of its less popular programming. One show that easily made the cut was Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, starring the always delightful Neil Patrick Harris and a bevy of fantastic guest stars. The new series was actually renewed through its third season, which will likely be the last. Season 2 just arrived on…

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