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Xbox Live Deals with Gold for August 8th to August 14th 2017

This weeks Xbox Live Deals with Gold have went live for all the Gold subscribers, starting this morning on Xbox One and Xbox 360; take a look at this week’s list and let us know your thoughts on the offerings.

Xbox One Deals

Content Title Content Type Discount 1500 Paladins Crystals* Add-On 33% 200 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 2500 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 3500 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 400 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 800 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 8000 Paladins Crystals Add-On 33% 8Days* Xbox One Game 40% Anoxemia* Xbox One Game 50% Blood Bowl 2 – Team Pack* Add-On 33% Blood Bowl 2* Xbox One Game 70% Castles* Xbox One Game 67% Demon’s Crystals* Xbox One Game 50% Don’t Knock Twice Xbox One Game 20% EA Sports Rory McIlroy PGA Tour* Xbox One Game 67% Farming Simulator 15: Complete Edition* Xbox One Game 60% Forza Horizon 3 Deluxe Edition Xbox Play Anywhere 45% Forza Horizon 3 Standard Edition* Xbox Play Anywhere 40% Forza Horizon 3 Ultimate Edition Xbox Play Anywhere 50% Grand Theft Auto V Xbox One Game 50% Grand
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‘You’re the Worst’ Season 3 Finale Review: A Novel Ending No One Expected Caps an Adventurous Year for Families

‘You’re the Worst’ Season 3 Finale Review: A Novel Ending No One Expected Caps an Adventurous Year for Families
[Warning: The below article contains spoilers for “You’re the Worst” Season 3, through the finale.]

“There is no family.”

Those were the only words I heard during Jimmy’s loquacious diatribe about being “post-family” (like “Thoreau or the Unabomber”) that kicked off the Season 3 finale of “You’re the Worst.” As is fitting for a series so beautifully written (Episode 13, “No Longer Just Us,” by Stephen Falk, Franklin Hardy and Shane Kosakowski), the beginning foreshadowed the ending without giving it away. In fact, the final moments turned the opening scene on its head.

So when Gretchen started gushing with joy post-proposal about how they’re “a family now,” “no longer just ‘us,'” it was quite clear the happy ending in Jimmy’s new novel wouldn’t come true for the romantic pair at the center of our story.

Instead, “You’re the Worst’s” bold third season wrapped on a note similar to this:

For those unfamiliar with “The Leftovers,” just trust in the
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The Top 50 underappreciated Xbox games

Microsoft's debut games console, the Xbox, made a big impact on gaming, but not all of its games got the attention they deserved...

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The new generation console war may turning towads a two horse race, with Nintendo playing catch up, but wind back a few years, and Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo were all hard at it, competing for your money and loyalty. The PlayStation 2 would go on to win the war of its generation, but Microsoft's Xbox was a tough competitor, giving the company a secure foothold, which it would later take advantage of in the next generation with the Xbox 360's dominance.

The original Xbox had a host of great games, many of which have gone on to become successful franchises, with no better example than Halo, but not all of its good games gained the attention they deserved, even if sequels managed to appear in later years.
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Hollywood’s Top Directorial Debuts

Another Earth is Mike Cahill’s visually stunning feature length debut as a solo director. The film, written by Cahill himself and co-star Brit Marling, unfolds the story of a parallel world, a new planet identical to our own Earth. The story follows the relationship between Rhoda (played by Marling), a brilliant young woman who was accepted at MIT but was unable to go after tragedy struck, and depressed university professor John Burroughs (William Mapother). Cahill’s feature length work debuted in the UK at the Raindance Film Festival earlier this year. Acclaimed for its original script, honest characters, and spectacular imagery, Cahill’s debut was certainly a bold success. It is not every day that a director’s first film turns into an artistic beauty. To celebrate the release of Another Earth in cinemas on 9th December, we explore other film directors who had similar success with their directorial
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