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PlayStation Vita death leaves Sony without a gaming handheld

PlayStation Vita death leaves Sony without a gaming handheld

The writing has been on the wall for months but the ax has finally fallen. PS Vita mortuus est! Sony has officially ceased the production of its remaining gaming handheld console after months of winding down everything connected to it. And with no plans for a successor of any kind, Sony has practically surrendered that market to Nintendo as the Switch continues to outsell, or at least out-hype, both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.

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Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back CGI remake gets its first trailer

Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back CGI remake gets its first trailer

When The Pokemon Company released Pokemon: The Power of Us last year, it was accompanied by the announcement of a new movie called Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution. Details were fairly light at the time, but now a new trailer is shedding more light on the nature of this upcoming Pokemon film. It seems that Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution will be a CGI remake of Pokemon: The First Movie, which premiered more than 20 years ago.

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YouTube videos featuring minors will have comments disabled

YouTube videos featuring minors will have comments disabled

YouTube is once again on the hot seat after no small amount of advertisers pulling out over problems related to minors. Given the PR and monetary consequences of such lapses, the video hosting giant has had no choice but to take drastic action, some of which will probably inconvenience some YouTube creators. Of course, many will argue that such "fixes" wouldn't have been necessary had YouTube been doing its job properly in the first place.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine hit sitcom gets Season 7 renewal from NBC

Brooklyn Nine-Nine hit sitcom gets Season 7 renewal from NBC

Hit sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been renewed for Season 7, the team has announced, guaranteeing episodes leading into 2020. The comedy series originally premiered on FOX in late 2013, earning multiple awards during its multi-year run on the network. Unfortunately, FOX decided to cancel the show last year, but NBC picked it up soon after.

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Google Play Movies quietly adds new $0.99 movie rental deal

Google Play Movies quietly adds new $0.99 movie rental deal

Google has quietly launched a new $0.99 movie rental deal on its Google Play Movies platform, giving users the chance to rent select movies for a dollar. This isn't the first time Google has offered this $0.99 movie rental deal, the most recent instance having been its Thanksgiving 2018 promo. This time around, users are offered content that includes Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star is Born, Robin Hood, and more.

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New Detective Pikachu trailer has a psychic Pokemon surprise

New Detective Pikachu trailer has a psychic Pokemon surprise

Just in time for Pokemon Day tomorrow, the latest trailer for Detective Pikachu is here. While the first trailer introduced us to Ryan Reynolds' Detective Pikachu and gave us a look at his relationship with the movie's main (human) character, Tim Goodman, this trailer gives us more details about the mystery they're trying to solve. It also shows off more of the Pokemon that will feature in the movie.

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YouTube videos aimed at kids discovered to include self-harm tips

YouTube videos aimed at kids discovered to include self-harm tips

YouTube just can't get a break, which is probably nothing new for it. As the world's biggest Internet video service, YouTube carries a heavy burden in protecting its users, especially the wee ones. Sometimes it gets things right, like when it announced less harsh strikes on first-time offenders. Sometimes it gets things wrong, like when advertisers pull out over child abuse concerns. And sometimes it gets things terribly wrong, like when it lets in kids' videos that apparently have been altered to include instructions on how to harm themselves with deadly results.

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Twitch’s Pokemon marathon returns this week

Twitch’s Pokemon marathon returns this week

If you're one of the many people who watched the first leg of Twitch's Pokemon marathon last year, here's a bit of good news: the marathon is returning this week. Twitch and The Pokemon Company are partnering up once again, and this time around, they'll be broadcasting a total of 10 seasons and 11 movies. In other words, settle in, because if you're planning on catching the entire marathon, you'll be watching for a while.

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Goose the Cat from Captain Marvel’s livestream left us wanting more

Goose the Cat from Captain Marvel’s livestream left us wanting more

Throughout Marvel and Disney's extensive marketing campaign for Captain Marvel, there's been one character from the movie who has completely captured the hearts of fans: Goose the cat. We've seen Goose in a number of different marketing materials, from posters to trailers, but today, Marvel went even bigger, giving Goose his own livestream.

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Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi mini-series tipped for Disney streaming service

Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi mini-series tipped for Disney streaming service

Disney is planning to launch its own streaming service called Disney Plus, giving its customers access to both existing and original content. According to a new report, a limited Star Wars television series based on Obi-Wan Kenobi is a 'top priority' for Disney, which reportedly plans to offer the mini-series through its upcoming streaming service.

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Steam non-gaming video content will soon be gone

Steam non-gaming video content will soon be gone

Steam has always been about games but, in recent years, Valve has worked to expand that brand to other gaming-related products, from hardware to operating systems to videos. That last bit, however, has also grown to include some videos that stretch that association too far. With Valve undergoing some introspection, the company has come to the decision that videos might not be that essential to its bottom line and will be retiring those unrelated content over the coming weeks.

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Arrested Development Season 5, Part Two hits Netflix next month

Arrested Development Season 5, Part Two hits Netflix next month

Beloved sitcom Arrested Development will return to Netflix on March 15, bringing the second half of Season 5. Referred to as Part Two, this new batch will include eight episodes that'll be available to all Netflix subscribers globally. The new episodes join the first batch of Season 5 that was released by Netflix nearly one year ago.

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