With the recent casting news for Star Wars 9 sending all but the most jaded fan of a galaxy far, far away into a hype-fuelled frenzy, there’s been no better time to catch up and watch all the Star Wars movies. Unfortunately, at times, that’s easier said than done. Different regions use different streaming platforms and everything turns into a right pain in the midichlorians. That’s why we’ve put everything together for you in one place, from A New Hope right through to Star Wars: The Last Jedi ready to watch right now. Here is how to watch every Star Wars movie, no matter where you live. And we've included all pricing options for both renting and buying, along with recommendations for reliable VPN services, if you want to stream securely or access your Star Wars movies wherever you happen to be in the world. And if you need it, here is our take on the best Star Wars movies to date.How to watch all the Star Wars movies (US)If you want every single mainstream … [Read more...] about How to watch all Star Wars movies, right now
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Sometimes it feels like it’s easier to do the Kessel Run blindfolded than find and watch all the Star Wars movies on one platform. So how do you watch all the Star Wars movies? And is there any way of doing it for free? Well, if you fancy taking a trip to a galaxy far, far away then we’ve got you covered, no matter your region. Everything from the original 1977 Star Wars up to 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi is just a few clicks away. And if you need a guide to the movies themselves, here are our best Star Wars movies ranked.How to watch all the Star Wars movies (US)If you want every single mainstream movie, as well as Star Wars: Rogue One, in your collection, your absolute best bet is to go to either Amazon Video, YouTube or Google Play. iTunes is also available but, for ease of use, I recommend the first three. You can also rent movies from YouTube and Google Play, if you only want to go for the one-and-done approach *cough* Attack of the Clones.The Phantom Menace … [Read more...] about How to watch every Star Wars movie right now
Burnout Paradise Remastered, a hi-res redo of Criterion's 2008 open-world racer bundled with the eight DLC packs from the 'Year of Paradise,' is coming to consoles in March and PC sometime after that. It sounds like a pretty sweet package, but enthusiasm was dampened somewhat when someone noticed that the PlayStation Store listing had a line stating, "in-game purchases optional." It was a notable inclusion because Burnout Paradise Remastered, like the original release, is being published by EA, whose overreach in Star Wars Battlefront 2 is largely responsible for catalyzing the current campaign against loot boxes. Its reputation with regard to in-game purchases is not exactly stellar. Fortunately, that's not actually happening here: The optional in-game purchases notation has since been removed from the listing, and community manager Ben Walke hit up Twitter to say that the listing was a mistake. PCGamesN pointed out that one DLC pack that Burnout Paradise … [Read more...] about Burnout Paradise Remastered will not have microtransactions
We’re back for another week’s worth of the best gaming deals in town. This time around, we’re covering everything from PC digital downloads to CPU coolers to that sweet looking Sea of Thieves Xbox One controller. As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, deals that’ll work in the US and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places. Let’s get started. UK & US Deals Dead Space, for those who have never played it, is probably what you’d get if you asked John Carpenter to make a Resident Evil game. It’s a bit of a horror game classic and it’s absolutely free right now on PC. Get it while you can. Dead Space on PC for free from Origin The banner for GOG’s Chinese New Year sale features a cartoon Corgi and that’s only the first reason to check out the sale range. The site also features hourly flash deals which rotate in and out and over 500 games with up to 90% … [Read more...] about This week’s best gaming deals: Xbox One X bundles, Dark Souls Remastered, Nier Automata, and more
The Burnout franchise is a beloved racing franchise that puts an emphasis on the action elements of racing fast. Unfortunately, the franchise has remained dormant for quite a while as original developer Criterion Games has gone on to support other studios with projects like Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Battlefield Hardline. Even though it appears that a new Burnout game isn’t in the near future, evidence of a remastered version of Burnout Paradise continues to mount. The latest nugget of information comes from the online entertainment retailer known as Base.com. The UK specialist added a pre-order listing for Burnout Paradise HD on the PlayStation 4. The game comes in at 39.99 British pounds, roughly $55 with a release date of March 30, 2018. No other information is included outside of the original box art and a description that depicts an older trailer for The Ultimate Box edition which originally launched back in 2009. While EA has yet to confirm or deny the existence of … [Read more...] about Burnout Paradise HD Remaster in the Works?