The Gamer

10 Things You Learn Playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey For The First Time

If you’re a big fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise then you’ve probably played Odyssey already. Fans have mixed opinions on the game overall as it leaves behind many of the staples fans have come to expect from the game.

The focus is less on the actual assassinations and more so on the RPG elements, for better or for worse. With such a different gaming layout and objectives then you might be used to, your first playthrough was probably full of some interesting discoveries. Here are 10 things we learned during our first official playthrough.

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5 Ways Hannah Montana Has Aged Poorly (& 5 Ways It’s Timeless)

We all know Miley Cyrus as one of the most popular pop stars in the music industry right now, but her beginning started on the breakout Disney Channel series, Hannah Montana. The show starred Miley as Miley Stewart, a young girl living a double life as an ordinary Malibu teenager and superstar, Hannah Montana.

The show was so successful, it earned millions in merchandising and beyond, even earning its own live-action theatrical film. It also inspired many copycat series on the network after it ended. In some ways, the series is timeless, but in others, it’s aged poorly.

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Harry Potter: 10 Things That Make No Sense About The Marauder’s Map

Harry Potter only keeps a few valuable treasures from his time at Hogwarts. Fans of the series know that he has a small number of valued possessions such as the Invisibility cloak, his wand, Firebolt, and of course, the Marauder’s Map.

The map was created by the Marauders (Lupin, Sirius, James, and Peter) as a way to navigate the halls of Hogwarts and to keep Lupin hidden away when he went through his horrific werewolf transformations once a month. The map is an extremely important object in the series. But there are a few things about it that don’t make a whole lot of sense or present some interesting questions.

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The 10 Worst Episodes Of Hannah Montana (According To IMDb)

Miley Cyrus may be a notable superstar now but back in the day she was another Disney Channel star in the popular series, Hannah Montana. By day she lived a normal life as a Malibu teenager with a best friend, brother, and famous father, and by night she was a trendsetting icon known as Hannah Montana.

Even though critics never loved the series, it still had a pretty rabid fan following. Even now, people still love the series. But that doesn’t mean they loved every episode. We’re taking a look at the 10 lowest episodes of the show, according to IMDb, which all primarily come from the show’s third season although it’s not quite clear why.

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Our 10 Favorite Bi Women On Television

When you think of bisexual women on television, which are the first to come to mind? How many of those are healthy and empowering representations and how many fall prey to offensive stereotypes and tropes such as being cheaters or unable to commit?

While LGBT characters in media have become more and more frequent over the years, we still have a long way to go before we’re at the place we should be. That said, there have been some amazing bisexual on television over the past few years. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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How many episodes will All American Season 2 have?

The second season of All American is returning in early October. How many episodes can we expect the sophomore run to have in total?

All American’s Season 2 premiere date is inching closer and closer (finally). In a couple of weeks, the epic series will return. But how many episodes can we anticipate for the sophomore season?

Season 1 of All American was only set to have 13 episodes upon its original debut. However, The CW eventually ordered more scripts for all of its freshmen series. Ultimately, Season 1 wrapped up with 16 episodes in total.

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Our 10 Favorite Bi Women In Film

Finding bisexual representation on film is much more difficult than finding it on television. While we still have a long way to go in both mediums, television is ahead of film in terms of diversity.

There is more at stake with big-budget movies that don’t work and often Hollywood isn’t willing to step outside its comfort zone which is unfortunate since it has been proven multiple times that audiences are receptive. That said, there are still some movies out there with excellent bisexual female characters and we’re taking a look at 10 of our favorites.

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Murder House Flip: New series to combine house-flipping and true crime

Murder House Flip is a new series set to premiere on the upcoming streaming service Quibi. It combines home renovation and true crime.

Imagine if the two things you loved most, true crime and shows about home renovation, could be combined into one thing. Would that interest you? If so, you’re in luck because a show just like that is coming soon.

I’m not a big fan of watching HGTV and house-flipping. I can only pay attention for so long before I get bored. However, the idea of watching a show where they try to flip houses where people have been murdered sounds way more interesting.

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47 Meters Down: Uncaged swims home to DVD and Blu-ray in November 2019

Make sure you catch 47 Meters Down: Uncaged when the movie swims home to digital in October and Blu-ray and DVD in November!

Are you a fan of shark movies? Do you fear what lurks in the dark heart of our oceans? If so then you probably watched and enjoyed the recent film, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged.

A sequel to the Claire Holt and Mandy Moore movie released a couple of years ago. Uncaged introduces a new group of girls for a terrifying deep-dive into underwater caves.

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Find out which horror movie managed to frighten genre master John Carpenter

John Carpenter is best-known for his work on the Halloween franchise. But what does he think about modern horror films in general?

What does it take to scare the master of horror, John Carpenter? A lot, actually. In a recent interview with Comic Book, Carpenter discussed his opinion of modern horror films.

Does he get afraid of movies that have come out in the last couple of years? Not exactly. When the publication asked him if he gets frightened while watching newer horror films, he said he sees “plumbing.”

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