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New PSN Flash Sale On PS4, PS3, And Vita Games

The QuakeCon Sale isn't the only promotion going on right now in the PlayStation Store. This weekend, Sony is also holding a flash sale on a number of games for PS4, PS3, Vita, and even PSP.
Beginning today, players can find steep discounts across all Sony platforms. On PS4, the popular multiplayer cooking game Overcooked: Gourmet Edition is available for $8. Players can also pick up the stylish Jotun: Valhalla Edition for $6. Meanwhile, the survival horror classic Resident Evil 4 is available for $10, and the remastered Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition costs $6. Other notable PS4 games on sale right now include:
Crypt of the NecroDancer — $3Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition — $7.49SteamWorld Dig (Cross-Buy with Vita) — $2.49SteamWorld Heist — $6Trine Trilogy — $9PS3 players also have a few great games to choose from. All three BioShock titles–BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite–are available for $5 each. Those who'd like to revisit Metro: Last Light – Compl..

Pilot’s Helmet In Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Teaser May Hide A Secret

Update: A post on EA's Twitter account may reveal what the mysterious symbol mean. According to the Star Wars script in the video below, the insignia may refer to the “Inferno Squad.”
The fire ignites in one day. Watch the full #StarWarsBattlefrontII trailer tomorrow:
— EAStarWars (@EAStarWars) April 14, 2017The original story appears below.
We've all seen the leaked trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront 2, but a new teaser video released today could shed more light on the game's plot. Today's video shows a condensed version of the full trailer, leaked via Sony two days ago, right up until the end, when this new image appears:
The screen shows an imperial pilot, with a symbol of the Galactic Empire on the right of their helmet and a mystery symbol on the left. We've done some digging on Wookieepedia, and the symbol doesn't seem to have appeared anywhere in the Star Wars universe before. The screen also prom..

Fate of the Furious Review

Has any film series switched genres as much as The Fast and the Furious? Over the course of 16 years, this seemingly unstoppable behemoth has morphed from a Point Break wannabe to a heist film to an international espionage caper–all the while growing its audience to become one of the biggest ongoing franchises in cinema. Imagine if Harry Potter and his Hogwarts pals went from preteen wizards to street-racing rebels before switching to battling aliens with steampunk technology. It's an evolution that's hard to imagine.
But The Fast and the Furious films work precisely because of how much they change. Its velocity–both the speed of genre swapping and the amount of boom and shock each subsequent film delivers–works in its favor. Who has time to think when Vin Diesel propels himself 200 feet in the air to save Michelle Rodriguez from a crashing tank, or when Dwayne Johnson just flexes his outrageously huge biceps to break a cast? Certainly not me.
There will come a time when i..

Persona 5 Negotiation Guide

In Persona 5, there are over a hundred Personas to collect, each with their own distinct skills and affinities. But you can't harness their strength if you lack the skills to convince them to join your cause. Effectively negotiating with a shadow requires finesse, as you need a thorough understanding of their personality and temperament to win their favor. That's why we've compiled tips and tricks to help you take your shadow communication skills to the next level.
How To Trigger A NegotiationIn order to negotiate, you need to trigger a Hold Up. This only occurs when all shadows on the field have been knocked down. To initiate a Hold Up, use skills that exploit a shadow's weakness. It's also possible to weaken an enemy with a critical hit. Whether it's from fire, ice, physical, electrical, or even gun attacks, each shadow has particular vulnerabilities. For example, an Incubus is weak to gunfire. A shadow's weakness is not revealed to you until you di..

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Watch The First Trailer

The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here. This thrilling first look at the upcoming Star Wars sequel was screened at Celebration in Florida, and can be watched right here:
The trailer was shown at the end of the Last Jedi panel. The discussion featured several stars from the movie, including Daisy Ridley, Mark Hamill, and John Boyega, alongside director Rian Johnson and Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy.
The awesome poster for the movie was also revealed during the panel–check it out here.
The Last Jedi arrives in theaters on December 15, 2017. It also stars Oscar Isaac, Laura Dern, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, Carrie Fisher, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, and Andy Serkis.
GameSpot will be at Star Wars Celebration all weekend, so keep checking back for more coverage of the panels and events.

See Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Awesome Poster

The poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been revealed and it's pretty awesome. The poster was shown during Star Wars Celebration, which is currently happening in Florida.
The striking poster features Luke Skywalker and Kylo Ren superimposed over a blood red sky. Daisy Ridley's character, Rey, is shown raising her lightsaber into the air, with the weapon's beam splitting the image of Luke and Kylo in two. Check it out below.
The panel featured Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson, as well as Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), Daisy Ridley (Rey), John Boyega (Finn), and Kelly Marie Tran, who plays a new character called Rose.
Rian Johnson introduced the first Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer to end the panel. Check it out, it's great. The Last Jedi arrives in theaters on December 15, 2017.