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Arrow: How Long Will Diggle's New Role Last?

Warning: this article contains spoilers for the latest episode of Arrow!

While this week's Arrow shocked fans with confirmation that Bruce Wayne and Gotham City exist in the Arrowverse, that wasn't actually the biggest development in "Tribute." After five years in hell and five more saving his city, Oliver Queen finally seems ready to hang up the hood and pass the Green Arrow mantle to another. Now it falls on John Diggle to keep the legacy going.

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AMC VR App to Feature Extra Scene from TWD Premiere

AMC is making the jump to virtual reality with its biggest show, The Walking Dead.

Deadline reports the upcoming Season 8 premiere, which is also the 100th episode of the series, will feature an extra scene that can be viewed via AMC's new VR app. Executive producer Greg Nicotero directed the episode, titled "Mercy," and Kevin Cornish is co-directing the 360-degree VR scene, which will focus on Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

"With the launch of AMC VR, we are pleased to bring shows like The Walking Dead and Into the Badlands to life in an immersive and experiential way," said AMC and Sundance TV’s EVP of Innovation and Product Development Mac McKean. "Viewers want to enter the worlds they watch on AMC, and this app brings them there."

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What Did You Think of Tonight's Gotham?

While I work up the review for tonight's Gotham, "The Blade's Path," head to the comments and share your thoughts about it...

Matt Fowler is a writer for IGN and a member of the Television Critics Association (TCA). Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Facebook at Facebook.com/MattBFowler.

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ELEX Review

If you’ve ever been on a date with someone who seems very interesting and pleasant, but suddenly goes on tirades about lizard people or how the Illuminati faked the moon landing, you have some understanding of my love-hate relationship with ELEX. It’s a sprawling, ambitious, Euro-style RPG in the tradition of series like The Witcher and Gothic, and there’s plenty to admire peppered across its more than 50 hours of adventuring. But while it spends about half its time making me want to sing its praises, it spends the other half making me want to pull every single hair out of my scalp.

The seamless open world is built on a strong foundation of detailed lore that feels unlike anything the genre has thrown at us before. There are dazzling sci-fi elements like super soldiers and radioactive mutants, but also a clan of woodsy wizards who shun all technology. There are exciting influences from Fallout and Mad Max, with sand-blown, post-apocalyptic ruins and gangs of mercenaries in biker leathers, but also a medieval-ish religious order that worships the god of machines. Somehow, it all fits together in a way that feels interconnected and believable. The sheer uniqueness always left me wanting to dig deeper and learn more.

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LEGO Dimensions Reportedly Ending a Year Early

LEGO Dimensions has reportedly ended a year earlier than planned.

Though Warner Bros. has yet to officially confirm or deny the news, sources close to Eurogamer say that the TT Games-developed series has been cancelled. The publication cites multiple reasons for the cancellation, including the cost of using real LEGO, flagging sales, and the toys-to-life genre falling out of fashion.

If LEGO Dimensions is over, it's ended during its Year Two cycle, which included '80s characters like Beetlejuice, Gizmo, and ET. A third year was planned, and reportedly would have featured fan-favourite villain Lord Vortech, a Minecraft expansion, and The Flash, among other characters. Eurogamer also reports that work was being done on a camera that could scan real life LEGO bricks and see them replicated in game, though it was never green-lit for production.

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Arrow: "Tribute" Review

Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

It's tough not to be frustrated with the general state of the Arrowverse this fall, with pretty much every series guilty of failing to capitalize on its respective cliffhanger ending from last spring. Arrow was as big an offender as any show with "Fallout," proving that the impact of Adrian Chase's final attack was far less dramatic than it could (and should) have been. Season 6 still has a long way to go before it can recover from that botched opening. The good news is that "Tribute" offers reasons for optimism, even as it juggled some fairly underwhelming story threads.

Unsurprisingly, this episode centered around last week's big twist, the fact that someone has leaked an incriminating photo of the Green Arrow to Channel 52. Like I mentioned in last week's review, I'm none too thrilled to see the series return to that secret identity well after the lackluster way it was handled in Season 3. It's pretty much the worst case scenario for character like Ollie, and it needs to be treated as such. Sadly, this episode didn't handle things much better. Ollie's leaked identity once again proved to be another bump in the road rather than a massive, status quo-altering development. Once again, Ollie was saved through the power of plausible deniability.

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Here's Everything Featured in the Team Fortress 2 'Jungle Inferno' Update
Team Fortress 2's newest updates provides a change of scenery for the mercs. Here's everything that players can expect to see.
ELEX Review

If you’ve ever been on a date with someone who seems very interesting and pleasant, but suddenly goes on tirades about lizard people or how the Illuminati faked the moon landing, you have some understanding of my love-hate relationship with ELEX. It’s a sprawling, ambitious, Euro-style RPG in the tradition of series like The Witcher and Gothic, and there’s plenty to admire peppered across its more than 50 hours of adventuring. But while it spends about half its time making me want to sing its praises, it spends the other half making me want to pull every single hair out of my scalp.

The seamless open world is built on a strong foundation of detailed lore that feels unlike anything the genre has thrown at us before. There are dazzling sci-fi elements like super soldiers and radioactive mutants, but also a clan of woodsy wizards who shun all technology. There are exciting influences from Fallout and Mad Max, with sand-blown, post-apocalyptic ruins and gangs of mercenaries in biker leathers, but also a medieval-ish religious order that worships the god of machines. Somehow, it all fits together in a way that feels interconnected and believable. The sheer uniqueness always left me wanting to dig deeper and learn more.

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Nintendo May Be Looking to Extend Switch Video Capture

Nintendo just recently added video capture to Switch, and may already be looking to extend the allotted recording time.

According to Kotaku's sources, Nintendo is planning to extend the recording limit, as the function is currently limited to 30 seconds of video time and only works for select first-party titles that support it.

The company allegedly wants to keep the time restriction in place until all first-party titles support the feature. Nintendo also reportedly wants larger third-party games that use its characters, like Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, supported early, and will be actively approaching the studios behind those titles to make it happen.

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IGN's Next Big Game Looks at Assassin's Creed Origins

Eager to learn more about the hottest games on the horizon? On our new show Next Big Game, we take a look at the biggest and most exciting upcoming games, and break down all of the latest info and work with the studios to provide you with plenty of new content, including gameplay, and much more.

Each episode of the show will air first exclusively on Facebook's new "Watch" platform, so be sure to follow Next Big Game on Facebook if you want to see it before it airs in the weeks following on IGN, our apps, and places like YouTube.

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