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    set database: LEGO 40219 christmas present
    image courtesy of lms05137
    image courtesy of brickset
    image courtesy of lstore
    set number: 40219
    set name: christmas present
    theme: creatorpromotionalmonthly mini model
    year: 2016
    pieces: 55
    price: us$na
    minifig: none
    come in polybag packaging.
    promotional set.
    monthly mini model.
    released on month of december 2016.
    come with a brick built christmas present.
    great playability.
    overall design is great.
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    Today we take a look at the selection from Josh Coldiron (www.noritoy.com / Instagram @noritoy / Twitter @NoriToy), with images and words for toys ranging from robots to cartoon characters! Josh also has a YouTube channel where he talks MORE about his toys, so you should check it out here on YouTube.com/norimovingpictures, and SUBSCRIBE!"Another year goes by, and its time to reflect on this

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    Princess Charlotte is off for her 1st day at nursery schoolKensington Palace has released two images of Princess Charlotte as she begins her first day at nursery school. The 2-year-old is shown on the steps of the palace in one photo and standing holding onto ...



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    GoPro stock is tanking because management just figured out the obviousYahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action.



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    Here's Why GoPro Stock Just Sunk to New LowGoPro (GPRO) stock plummeted over 30% on Monday to hit a new all-time low after the company announced that it is set to cut jobs and anticipates weaker than expected fourth-quarter results.



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    Back in July, I wrote a post that has aged horribly. It was headlined "Map size doesn't seem like a focus for Assassin's Creed Origins" and my presumptions have made me look like an idiot. I mistook director Ashraf Ismail not knowing how large the game was to mean that size wasn't a priority.

    Wrong. Wrong wrong wrong. Assassin's Creed Origins is incredibly big. It's enormous. After finishing the game, I still had three regions that were completely unexplored. (It turned out there wasn't much of consequence in any of them.) Maybe map size wasn't a selling point for Origins but it was definitely on Ubisoft's mind.

    And it's about to get even bigger. In January's state of the game post for Assassin's Creed, Ubisoft reveals that it's adding a new region. This accompanies The Hidden Ones, which is the first proper add-on for Origins. In it, Bayek battles the Romans, and that arc takes place somewhere new. The DLC also raises the level cap from 40 to 45.

    Despite the fact that we now know a little bit more about The Hidden Ones, we don't yet know when it'll actually release. January has always been the broad launch window and that's still the case. Whenever it gets here, Egypt gets a little more expansive even though it was perfectly gigantic already.

    This Month in Assassin's Creed Origins -- January [Assassin's Creed]

    Assassin's Creed Origins is somehow getting even bigger screenshot

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    Off Camera Secrets is doing some great work over on YouTube, providing fresh takes on old games by unlocking their cameras to see what's going on behind the scenes. In the latest episode they take a gander at Metal Gear Solid, and get David Hayter to guest star briefly, in-character as Solid Snake.

    In this episode they visit some highly requested scenes here answering questions like "where do the guards come from during the Snake/Meryl standoff (they warp in from two positions), "how do elevators work?," (they don't actually move, they warp in new maps), is Sniper Wolf actually rendered when she attacks you from afar?"(yes), or "what's behind you when you first start the game?" (a black void).

    It's insane how well optimized this game is, especially given how ahead of its time it was. The developers came up with a bunch of neat tricks (like less strenuous puddle reflections) and only ever show you what you need to see.

    David Hayter briefly goes in-character as Snake to revisit the first Metal Gear Solid screenshot

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    Kid Icarus is an IP that doesn't get a whole lot of love from Nintendo. Since the first game released for the NES in 1986, only two subsequent games have been released, the last of which was a 2012 3DS title, Kid Icarus: Uprising

    While Nintendo sleeps on Pit's adventures some dedicated fans have made a partial remake of the original NES title. 

    Check out this fan-made remake of Kid Icarus while you still can screenshot

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    Renegade Sector Games has a knack for playing with perspective. The indie developer's previous offering, Cold Vengeance, was a 3D shoot 'em up that riffed on the genre standards with low camera angles and branching paths. For its follow-up, Renegade Sector is trying its hand at a twin-stick shooter, but don't expect it to be like anything you've played before.

    Kill the Superweapon has all the trappings of a traditional twin-stick shooter. Players guide their avatar -- the aptly named Samantha Kill -- through a series of interlocking rooms where she can run, jump, and shoot at her foes. The twist is that unlike, say, Smash TV, Kill the Superweapon uses a diorama-like perspective. In doing so, the level geometry is more of an obstacle than simple set-dressing, as pillars and platforms can act as some much-needed cover or obscure your view during a firefight. 

    In addition to the unique camera angle, Kill the Superweapon also includes wandering bosses. As Ms. Kill makes her way through the research labs and warehouses that seem to make up many of the game's rooms, she'll have to deal with Superweapons. These bosses can roam around their respective level, adding a layer of unpredictability to what already seems like a frantic experience. Bosses that move from room to room scratch a specific Resident Evil 3 itch; biologically enhanced soldiers prowling around and waiting for a chance to strike. It's a fascinating twist on what already looks like a cool game.

    Kill the Superweapon's low-poly aesthetic and twin-stick sensibilities won't be available until March, but you can check out a playable demo on Renegade Sector's itch.io page.

    Bosses roam from room to room in this twin-stick shooter screenshot


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    PC monitors have a lot of benefits over regular television sets in that they have incredibly low latency for basic inputs. What this means is that games tend to feel a lot smoother since the take it takes to register a button press is dramatically shorter than on a traditional TV. The only real downside is that PC monitors tend to cap off around 34 inches, so they have never been that large...until now!

    Nvidia has unveiled, today, what it is calling "Big Format Gaming Displays." Being shown off at CES this year, this new standard will be for a range of monitors with 120 hz refresh rate, Gsync capabilities, HDR color range, 4K resolution and obviously a massive screen size (65 inches is mentioned). An Nvidia SHIELD is also being integrated, for some reason. A bunch of different manufacturers are already lined up to create some monitors including ASUS, HP and ACER.

    Nvidia unveils 'Big Format Game Displays' with some ridiculous specs screenshot

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    Here's Why Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Shares Are Falling Again TodayCongress is gearing up to reform the mortgage finance market, but it's unclear what will happen to investors.



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    Thanks to the Hobbymizer fans page, we have word that we'll be getting two new reveals at Hong Kong Toys And Games Fair 2018. Much like last year, Hasbro's got some surprises ready for Asian fans with the MPM05 Barricad, MPM06 figures, that while has not been named, is clearly the Ironhide character. Read on for the full quote on these new Masterpieces to come.

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    RFC alum and Zone Base proprietor Rob Springer sent us a link to his post about new Transformers merchandise at Universal Studios Orlando! Found by YouTuber Tim Tracker, the new goods include Bumblebee and Optimus Prime-themed diecast car kits and a "Freedom Fighters" solid milk chocolate bar! Keep reading to see the original video and the photos, mirrored here!

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    Cryptocurrencies are plunging, led by ripple, bitcoinRipple left counterparts like bitcoin, the largest digital currency by market cap, in the dust last year.



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    ChizComm Ltd. promoted Donna MacNeil as senior vice president of marketing and added Ian Chisholm to the team. In her new role, MacNeil will oversee all marketing teams and projects, along with spearheading ChizComm business development alongside Harold Chizick. Chisholm is an industry veteran and previously held roles at Spin Master and Interactive Toy. He […]

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    Schylling Inc. acquired the LAVA assets of Lifespan Brands including LAVA lamps, party products, and novelty lighting. Lifespan Brands manufactures LAVA products and holds the U.S. trademark rights to the shape and name of LAVA lamp. The products are sold across key distribution channels in U.S., Canadian, and European retailers.

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