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  2. Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L vin: 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Lot sold for 20900 Auction: I buy fast Lot number: 28658375 Date of sale: 12.05.2019 Year: 2019 VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Condition: Run and Drive Engine: 2.3L I4 N Mileage: 827 miles (Actual) Seller: Avis Budget Group Documents: CLEAR (Florida) Location: Orlando (FL) Estimated Retail Value: Transmission: Automatic Body color: Blue Drive: Rear Wheel Drive Fuel: Gasoline Keys: Present Notes: Not specified It received updates to make it even quicker for 2019 PUBLISHED SUN, MAY 19 2019 11:00 AM EDT CNBC | Mack Hogan Out on the track, the magnetic dampers and updated tires make good use of the power. The motor is addictively powerful and the chassis is well-suited to handle it, with massive tires allowing you to brake later and get back on the gas sooner. Handling is fantastic, with perfectly weighted steering delivering a lot of feedback. Source: Ford Motor Co. 1FATP8UH3K5159596 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L
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  4. Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L vin: 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Lot sold for 20900 Auction: I buy fast Lot number: 28658375 Date of sale: 12.05.2019 Year: 2019 VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Condition: Run and Drive Engine: 2.3L I4 N Mileage: 827 miles (Actual) Seller: Avis Budget Group Documents: CLEAR (Florida) Location: Orlando (FL) Estimated Retail Value: Transmission: Automatic Body color: Blue Drive: Rear Wheel Drive Fuel: Gasoline Keys: Present Notes: Not specified CNBC | Mack Hogan Mack Hogan Until the GT500 lands later this year, it’s the brawniest Mustang you can buy Ford Shelby Mustang G350 The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 1FATP8UH3K5159596 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L
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  6. Developer: Image & Form International AB Publisher: Thunderful Publishing AB Platform: Nintendo Switch Release Date: April 25, 2019 ESRB: E for Everyone At this point in Image & Form’s rapidly-expanding SteamWorld franchise we’ve had two incredible Metroidvania entries; an epic, space-faring tactical strategy title; and a lesser-known tower defense game for DSiware that started it all. According to studio head Brjann Sigurgeirsson, fans had been clamoring for the Swedish developer to give the RPG genre a go and it seems his team was all too happy to oblige. Thus, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech was born. A departure from the sci-fi setting of previous games in the series, SteamWorld Quest features a storybook tale that unfolds in an era of knights, dragons, and magic, narrated by SteamWorld Heist’s Seabrass in a welcome cameo. The journey begins with two adolescent female steambots named Armilly and Copernica -- a wannabe knight and a novice alchemist, respectively – who find themselves caught up in a plot against a rising evil. Along the way, you’ll pick up a few more party members and discover some unsettling truths about what’s really happening, and maybe even experience a twist or two. Naturally, SteamWorld Quest is a bit heavier on the narrative than previous games due to being an RPG. However, the cast is wisely kept smaller and contained versus large and unwieldy, thus giving each character just enough focus and attention to keep them interesting. The writing is downright hilarious at times too, once again showing that Image & Form really does have one of the best localization teams on the indie side of the industry. And though the plot is a little formulaic (yet entirely self-aware), the writers do subvert a few typical story tropes – the two main leads are both female, for one -- and ultimately, there are fulfilling arcs for each of the characters by the time the credits roll. Unlike many other 2D RPGs where a top-down or isometric view is standard, the out-of-battle sequences in SteamWorld Quest take place in a side-scrolling manner where you’ll mostly move from left to right (and vice versa) and screen to screen, coming across the occasional treasure chest and/or puzzle, a shopkeeper, and scores of enemies. Touch an enemy (they’ll be alerted to your presence if you come too close) and you’ll initiate a battle, which is far and away the best part of this game. In fact, I’ve never played a card-based battle system that I enjoyed more than this one. The mechanics are kept surprisingly simple: at the beginning of each battle, you’re dealt eight “punch cards” randomly from your deck of 24 (which you can customize throughout the game), and you can play up to three cards each turn. Playing base cards (usually lower level attacks that have no number) will help you build up your steam power gauge, in turn allowing you to play even stronger cards that unleash powerful attacks, restore health, or cast buffs that help your team (or debuffs on your enemies). What really propels the gameplay in a big way are the variety of options at your disposal. Sure, you can play your cards as they’re dealt, but you can also strategically choose to pass on some in order to get the right combination to line up special combos that can, at times, save your bacon entirely. The battle system is also amazingly well-balanced. I played on the Normal difficulty, but the challenge remained consistent throughout, picking up toward the end. Image & Form did a great job making boss fights feel alive and engaging thanks to a number of different scenarios you’ll have to play through. For example, one boss poisons your characters every five turns, forcing you to constantly switch between damage control and going on the offense. Other bosses might have lackeys or pawns whose extra attacks and damage can add up over time unless you defeat them. Creative scenarios like this kept me looking forward to each and every battle, which is a rarity for me when it comes to RPGs. If there’s one thing that disappointed me, it’s the lack of activities and interaction with the world outside of battles. There’s little to no interaction with NPCs due to them being sparse, little to no side quests that you can carry out that either reward you with more loot or delves deeper into the game’s lore, no interesting minigames to shake things up, and no engaging puzzles aside from the ‘lite’ ones you come across (find a switch to open a gate, or rotate images a certain way to open a door, etc.). While the battle system is near perfect, the out-of-battle activities and exploration are the biggest aspects Image & Form could and should expand upon should they give the game a sequel (or create other RPGs like it). Still, the game has so much going for it that it’s easy to overlook this aspect this time around. The art, like in other recent SteamWorld games, is fantastic and draws on the strengths of Image & Form’s talented and creative team while the music keeps the story suspenseful and allows for some lighter moments as well. If you’ve played other SteamWorld titles, then it shouldn’t come as a surprise to you that SteamWorld Quest is another great entry. And if you’re hesitant because you’re not sure what to make of the card-based battle system, be assured that this is easily one of the best battle systems I’ve ever played in an RPG; it’s both fun and engaging, as is the deck-building element. While the game still has some room to grow for next time (more out-of-battle activities, for example), SteamWorld Quest is a tremendous first step into the RPG genre for Image & Form’s ambitious franchise and more than lives up to the lofty expectations the studio has set with its prior games. Overall Score: 8.5 (out of 10) Great SteamWorld Quest is fun, zany, and boasts what is possibly the best card-based battle system in any game to date. Though not without room to improve, this is yet another genre Image & Form has shown considerable skill and expertise developing in, and I can't wait to see what's next. Disclosure: This game was reviewed using downloadable Switch code provided by the publisher
  7. Just finished the Matrix Trilogy and boy that was amazing the second time around. Didn't get any of this the first time around. But I'm glad I saw it again. So much symbolism and biblical reference it is insane.
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  9. I saw Minority Report recently and it was amazing. Great movie that will get you thinking when it is done. Just saw The Matrix again and boy it was so much better the second time. I was able to talk through all the messages in the movie with my best friend and it is just mind blown.
  10. I watched Glass and it was good. I saw a lot of people complaining about it saying it wasn't what they thought it would be. It's a movie continuing two other movies Unbreakable and Split so if you have not seen those you will be confused. I thought it was a pretty good sequel for those movies and makes me want to see more from this story.
  11. It seems Epic Games is on a warpath to dominate the video game market these days, from their recent inroads with the Epic Game Store and acquiring exclusive rights to game debuts to riding high with Fortnite -- currently the most popular game in the world. Now it has been announced that the publisher is acquiring Rocket League developer, Psyonix. The transaction was discussed in a new post on Psyonix's website today and revealed that nothing is changing for Rocket League due to the acquisition. Not much was revealed about what this means for the developer other than expanded resources and reach for their popular eSports title, but Psyonix does state that the game will be heading to the Epic Games Store in the long run. According to The Verge, Rocket League will no longer be available on Steam after that point. As for the acquisition itself, Psyonix and Epic Games expect the transaction to close around the end of May to early June 2019. Source: Psyonix, The Verge
  12. Just saw Edge of Tomorrow last night and it was really good. If you haven't seen it, go watch it and don't look up anything about it.
  13. When the SEGA Genesis Mini was announced in March, only ten of its forty included games were revealed, with the company set to announce the remaining titles leading up to the launch. Now the mini console's next ten titles have been revealed, including a few surprises. The newly announced titles include the following: Earthworm Jim Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Contra: Hard Corps Thunder Force III Super Fantasy Zone Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master Streets of Rage 2 Landstalker As a reminder, here's a look at the total revealed list so far: While the first ten games that were revealed are 90% SEGA-published titles, the inclusion of three third party-published titles with the ten newly revealed games (Earthworm Jim, Castle of Illusion, and World of Illusion, specifically), two of them being licensed titles, shows that SEGA is going beyond their own library of games to include a good mix of the best and most classic titles on the console; not unlike what Nintendo has done with the NES and SNES Classics. Speaking of Castle of Illusion and its sequel, both games' inclusion have many fans excited at the prospect of potentially having more licensed games be part of the twenty games that have yet to be revealed. The Genesis was no stranger to great licensed Disney games in particular, including Aladdin (of which the Genesis port is widely claimed to be the best version of the game), The Lion King, The Jungle Book, Toy Story, and many others. However, it's safe to say that the remaining 70-75% of the list will likely be SEGA-published titles, so the prospect of even just one or two more Disney games appears low, especially considering that there are two core Sonic titles and two spin-offs of the series that are likely to make the list as well. In any event, SEGA has been revealing ten games of the Genesis Mini's confirmed forty titles every month so far, so the next ten will likely be unveiled in May if the company sticks to this pattern. The Genesis Mini is set to release on September 19, 2019 for $79.99.
  14. DarkCobra86

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    I think they will and can. My only disappointment is them jumping on the mobile bandwagon. Instead of doing that they should focus on a really really good and polished Diablo 4.
  15. DC has done great on the origin movies like Wonder Woman and Aqua Man. I need to see Shazam when it comes out. So hopefully they finally have things under control. The trailer for the Joker movie looks pretty sweet and I'm looking forward to the flash movie.
  16. I loved Shazam. I wasn't expecting to like it but I'm glad I got to see it. I totally agree with you and this is a great origin story for him. I also didn't expect how that fight in the end would have gone in the movie and that surprised me. It was a fun cool movie to watch. I though Aquaman was great.
  17. Former Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime is now enjoying his retirement from the company as of this week and, having just recently joined Twitter, he's shared an image of an epic painting that he received from The Game Awards' Geoff Keighley (and commissioned by artist Sam Spratt) to commemorate his time with Nintendo. The painting depicts Fils-Aime with his hands in the air as if he's manipulating marionettes as he's positioned over three of his most popular animated likenesses, as listed below. (From left to right in the painting) Reggie's Mii - which was most famously shown off during the reveal for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS Puppet Reggie (some would say "Muppet" Reggie) - whom made his memorable appearance in a Nintendo Digital Event during E3 2015 and was designed/crafted by none other than Jim Henson's Creature Shop. Robot Chicken figure Reggie - whom made his appearance during Nintendo's 2014 E3 Presentation, which the Robot Chicken creators created special segments for. In any case, the painting certainly is an epic sendoff for the beloved former NOA president, who is now retired with Nintendo currently at the top of their game (no pun intended) in the industry. Source: Twitter
  18. One of this year's most anticipated superhero games finally has a release date. Today Nintendo revealed that fans would get the opportunity to play as Marvel's most popular superheroes in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order on July 19, exclusively on Nintendo Switch (through both retail and the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch). The game's story pits Marvel's Finest against the villainous Thanos and his cohort, The Black Order, as they engage in a race to find the Infinity Stones before the latter can use them to unleash chaos on the universe. Along with iconic superhero mainstays like Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Spider-Man, and Wolverine, you'll also be able to play as other characters such as Black Panther, Deadpool, Doctor Strange, and even Spider-Gwen; all of which will have their own unique abilities and power sets. Also, in addition to playing through the story solo, you'll be able to play co-op with friends via local play or online play; the latter of which you'll need an active Nintendo Switch Online membership (which costs $20) in order to use. Despite the title's current exclusivity to Switch, it is currently unknown if this is a timed exclusive or a lifetime deal (Team Ninja is the game's developer). Square Enix's Octopath Traveler was exclusive to Switch upon its release last year but a Steam version of the game was announced recently, so we'll have to wait and see what happens with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Source: Press Release
  19. Jason Clement

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    Tbh, I'm a little scared for Blizzard's future atm, especially after Activision finally made their first moves on putting checks and balances on them (with layoffs and such). Also, did I see that Overwatch is trending downward now (both in perception and sales)? Fortnite is really disrupting that whole scene, unfortunately for other developers. But yeah, if Blizzard doesn't knock it out of the park with Diablo 4, I really wonder what'll happen to them.
  20. Jason Clement

    What have you seen recently and what did you think?

    Saw Shazam last weekend. It was pretty good; DC is finally on a roll with their movies, even if I thought Aquaman was a little bit messy with its story and runtime yet still enjoyable. No story-specific spoilers here, but one of the cool things is that Shazam actually focuses more on the human drama element of the movie more than the superhero part; I'd say it's ultimately... 60/40 in that regard. The superhero parts aren't bad either (the villain is a lot better than I thought he'd be; Mark Strong really leans into his character here), but the film is obviously made stronger by Billy Batson's story as a boy who discovers who his true family is. All in all, it's a pretty strong superhero origin film, and one that actually builds up the villain from the start and gives them the screentime they deserve.
  21. DarkCobra86

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    Anthem will improve. Bioware knows how to make a good game. Diablo 4 will be awesome whenever it drops. Just got to remember Destiny was even more grindy when it first came out. And look at how far the game has come.
  22. Sailor Liztress

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    I'm not sure I want to wait for Diablo 4, lol. And I do think that Anthem has potential. Which is why I'm not doing like I've heard others do and get a refund for it. I mean, I'm not sure I got my money's worth from it yet. But I want to give it a chance to improve.
  23. DarkCobra86

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    Man you are making me want to play diablo 3 again. But I'll wait for Diablo 4. With Anthem, it was clear that EA rushed Bioware to release it. With still so many bugs and things they need to fix. Give it time and I think it will get better. Destiny offers a lot more for me right now but it took them a lot of time to get there as well. Anthem right now needs a great fun raid that keeps you coming back for the grind. Right now it is literally just grind for skins and decal which is fun and all but that shouldn't be the end game. I want to grind for top end gear. Guns need to be better. At GM3 you have to rely on combo. So if you have a bad team comp it takes too long to finish.
  24. Sailor Liztress

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    Honestly, it has a lot of improving to be done. I like it in short spurts though. Which is why I'm starting yet another new go-round on Diablo 3. Picked up the Eternal Collection for the Xbox (because who says you can't own too many copies of the same game, lol?) and decided to give the necromancer a whirl.
  25. I recently saw both Creed 1 and 2. I love it and it parallel the original rocky very well. Captain Marvel was really good for me. Don't need to see it for Endgame though.
  26. DarkCobra86

    Obligatory - What are you playing right now!

    Yea it isn't that fun. I mean I have fun playing with my friends but still it needs better end game content, like a really fun raid. Also started playing Quantum break with my friend and overcooked. Both excellent game. I love watching those tv episodes for quantum break.
  27. Image & Form's upcoming title, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, has officially been dated for release and it's heading exclusively to Nintendo Switch's eShop (for the foreseeable future) on April 25th for $24.99 / €24.99 / £22.49. While the SteamWorld games are primarily known for action and platforming (and even tactical strategy!), SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is the developer's first foray into the world of RPGs. You'll lead a group of aspiring Steambot heroes in a world where steampunk meets high fantasy, with treasure chests full of gold, dragons, magic, XP, colorful worlds, and all of the usual good stuff that comes with the genre. Oh, and the turn-based battles are card-based as well. You'll craft your own battle deck from over 100 different punch-cards in order to take on your enemies. Also, if SteamWorld Quest sounds familiar to you, the game's title was originally leaked back in 2016 by way of a European listing. It would appear Image & Form has had this SteamWorld entry in the oven for a good while now! At any rate, you won't have to wait much longer to get your hands on the next game in the SteamWorld saga, so get ready for plenty of steam-driven RPG goodness coming your way soon. Source: Press Release
  28. I just finished watching the new Bumblebee Transformers movie. As an 80's kid and fan of G1 Transformers, I enjoyed this movie. It's not the G1 movie we all would love to see but it's an awesome 80's Transformers movie. It's still Bayformers design for Bumblebee and the 3 bad bots but they don't look bad and all other Transformers that appear are G1 style and that put a big smile on my face. It still pains me to see M. Bay plastered all over the credits for producer and Bay films but thankfully that's all he did. If this is going to be a reboot for a new Transformers cinematic world thingy then it is off to a good start and I am waiting to see what they will do next.
  29. Nearly a year after the final release of Shantae: Half-Genie Hero – Ultimate Edition, WayForward has announced that Shantae 5 is officially in development and expected to release later this year. No details have been revealed about Shantae's fifth outing just yet – apparently, even the name isn't set in stone yet according to WayForward's official Twitter account. However, the developer did reveal a piece of art and a tentative logo, which can be seen above. Shantae 5 will be released later in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and the recently announced Apple Arcade. Speaking of which, WayForward also revealed that a new title called Spidersaurs being developed exclusively for Apple Arcade. Not much is known about this title either aside from the fact that it is an action game being developed by the team that made Contra 4. One of the titular Spidersaurs can be seen in the first piece of art that was released with the logo as well. Spidersaurs is set to launch later this year on Apple Arcade. Source: WayForward (via Twitter - 1, 2)
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