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A LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System + Interactive TV Set Looks To Be On The Way – Press Start Australia

If all the LEGO Super Mario kits that are launching on August 1st aren’t enough, it seems that LEGO has another massive Nintendo set on the way. VJ Gamer is reporting that a massive 2,646 piece set (which is set to cost around $480 AUD) looks to include a Nin…

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If all the LEGO Super Mario kits that are launching on August 1st aren’t enough, it seems that LEGO has another massive Nintendo set on the way.
VJ Gamer is reporting that a massive 2,646 piece set (which is set to cost around $480 AUD) looks to include a Nintendo Entertainment System, a Super Mario cartridge and an interactive TV that moves when you plug in your Mario from your LEGO Super Mario set. The NES is apparently set to launch alongside the rest of the Super Mario LEGO on August 1st.
It looks as though you use a crank on the side of the TV screen in order to move Mario through an original Super Mario course. It also looks like it’ll add a bunch of new enemies and course parts to the LEGO Super Mario set.
UPDATE: LEGO has now started teasing the set.
Are you ready to play like never before? pic.twitter.com/XuNFD7rP0B
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) July 13, 2020

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Microsoft’s Surface Duo arrives on September 10th for $1,399 – The Verge

Microsoft is launching its Surface Duo Android phone for $1,399 on September 10th. Preoders start on August 12th, and the dual-screen device will be available in the US only at launch.

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Microsoft is launching its Surface Duo dual-screen Android phone on September 10th, priced from $1,399. After months of Microsoft executives teasing the device on Twitter, the company is now allowing anyone to preorder the Surface Duo today in the US. Preorders will be available at AT&T, Microsofts online store, and Best Buy.
While Microsoft had revealed the design of the Surface Duo back in October, the company has kept the specs relatively secret. The device includes two separate 5.6-inch…

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High Score review: Netflix’s story of gaming’s “golden age” is honestly solid – Ars Technica

The good outweighs the bad, though weird interview choices add unfortunate bloat.

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Enlarge/ The series’ title is silly, but it’s actually such a good series that we found ourselves nitpicking its faults instead of feeling entirely embarrassed by it. In the gaming-media world, we’ll call that progress.
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We at Ars Technica’s gaming section are flattered by High Score, the newest docu-series launching August 19 on Netflix. The easiest way to describe this gaming-centric interview series, split into six 40-minute episodes, is to give a shoutout ou…

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Halo Infinite Delayed — How The Internet Reacted To The Big Xbox Series X News – GameSpot

Halo Infinite has been delayed to 2021–here’s what people had to say about it.

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Microsoft’s marquee Xbox Series X launch title, Halo Infinite, has been delayed to 2021. Developer 343 Industries said the shift to a work-from-home environment was one part of the reason behind the delay, and that it will give the team the time to “deliver a Halo game experience that meets our vision.”
Needless to say, the internet had a lot to say about the delay, and we’re rounding up some of the hot takes people have put out on social media.
Halo Infinite is now scheduled for release in 20…

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