Insomniac’s Spider-Man Is Now A $1,100 Statue

Sideshow and PCS Collectibles have created the ultimate item for fans of the game. Standing in at 24-inches in height, the Spider-Man Advanced Suit statue can be yours for just $1,100. Sideshow is creating two different versions: an “exclusive” one that comes with a flexible web, and the “standard” edition that doesn't have it.

Spider-Man is the focus, but the base he is leaping from holds the demonic imagery of Mister Negative, one of the foes he squared off against in the game. The Advanced Suit was created by Insomniac and has become one of the more popular looks for this iconic character, appearing on numerous comic book covers and collectibles since the game's launch.

Sideshow estimates the statue will ship between January and March of 2021.

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Red Dead Redemption 2’s PC Trailer Shows Off Stunning Visual Upgrades

Click to watch embedded media Red Dead Redemption 2 arrives on PC on November 5, and you can now get a taste of just how beautiful it is going to look for people who have the hardware to run it in 4K. The first shot of this short minute-long trailer shows off the increased draw distant and general improvements to the world – from the lighting to the grass. I'll repeat this sentiment: It looks absolutely stunning. The PC version will also deliver new Bounty Hunting missions and gang hideouts for players to unearth.

With the release just around the corner, are PC players eager to play it for the first time? Also, what about console players that have already gone through it: Do the visual upgrades make you want to purchase it again?

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Relive Handheld Glories With The Analogue Pocket

Analogue, the company behind the Super Nt and the Mega Sg premium retro consoles, has announced the Analogue Pocket. This new handheld device follows in the footsteps of the Super Nt and Mega Sg systems in that it allows you to play retro games you already own natively, with no emulation required, but it also adds several new features to help make this a more unique product.

The Analogue Pocket works out of the box with nearly 3,000 cartridges from the libraries of Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. Additionally, you can purchase cartridge adapters to allow it to work with games from other handheld system libraries like Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket, and Atari Lynx.

The Analogue Pocket features a 3.5-inch, 615 ppi LCD screen with 10 times the resolution of the original Game Boy. The team behind it claims it to be the most advanced screen to ever appear on a video game system. On top of that, all buttons on the system are mappable and the sound comes through stereo speakers o..

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Riot Games Announces Several Titles Set In The League Of Legends Universe

In celebration of League of Legends' 10-year anniversary, developer Riot Games has revealed a huge slate of new games set in the League of Legends universe. In addition, a new animated series and documentary are on the way, and the popular autobattler Teamfight Tactics is coming to mobile.

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The first all-new game announced by Riot is Legends of Runeterra. This free-to-play strategy card game features cards based on the characters of League of Legends. Each character has their own style and strategic advantage. Legends of Runeterra features alternating combat that forces players to use creativity and cunning to emerge victorious. Players will have multiple options to acquire cards including “robust free-to-play options,” as well as the ability to use real money or earned currency to purchase any card. Legends of Runeterra, which you can learn more about in the trailer above, is set to launch on PC and mobile in 2020. You can pre-register for the ..

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Google Stadia Launches November 19

Google announced today that its bold entry into console-less gaming will arrive on November 19.

With servers launching at 12 p.m. Eastern/9 a.m. Pacific, fans will either have to preorder the Founder's Edition or subscribe to the Stadia Pro plan. At $9.99 a month, The Pro subscription gives players access to 4K resolution, better sound, and access to a growing library of free titles, starting with Destiny 2: The Collection.

The Founder's Edition of Stadia comes with a three-month subscription of the Pro plan, a Chromecast Ultra, an exclusive controller, a buddy pass to share with a friend, and first crack at a unique username for the service, for $129.

Fans wanting to test out the service without paying for the Founder's Edition or Pro subscription will have to wait a bit longer, though. Google has stated that Stadia's base plan won't be available until next year and won't have access to perks such as 4K gaming or the free games the company will provide..

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Google Stadia Launches November 19

Google announced today that its bold entry into console-less gaming will arrive on November 19.

With servers launching at 12 p.m. Eastern/9 a.m. Pacific, fans will either have to preorder the Founder's Edition or subscribe to the Stadia Pro plan. At $9.99 a month, The Pro subscription gives players access to 4K resolution, better sound, and access to a growing library of free titles, starting with Destiny 2: The Collection.

The Founder's Edition of Stadia comes with a three-month subscription of the Pro plan, a Chromecast Ultra, an exclusive controller, a buddy pass to share with a friend, and first crack at a unique username for the service, for $129.

Fans wanting to test out the service without paying for the Founder's Edition or Pro subscription will have to wait a bit longer, though. Google has stated that Stadia's base plan won't be available until next year and won't have access to perks such as 4K gaming or the free games the company will provide..

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