Assassin’s Creed Origins Black Friday 2017 Deals: All PS4, Xbox One, And PC Discounts And Sales

It’s almost Black Friday. The annual shopping bonanza is coming up this Friday, November 25, and there are going to be quite a lot of video game deals to be had. One game marked down nicely is Ubisoft’s newly released Assassin’s Creed Origins on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The ambitious, open-world game set in Ancient Egypt launched on October 27 behind a mostly positive critical reception. Best Buy and Target will have the title for only $35 on Black Friday, while Toys R Us will offer the game for $40. Meanwhile, GameStop will offer a discount on the game + Season Pass, cutting it down to $70. The Ubisoft Store’s Black Friday PC game sale is now underway, dropping the computer version to $40.

While you have to wait until Black Friday for those deals, the Xbox and PlayStation Stores are selling Origins right now for only $42. If you’re OK without a disc and want to play right now, that’s a nice option to have.

GameSpot’s Assassin’s Creed: Origins review scored the game a 7/10. Reviewer Alessandro Fillari said the game reaches new heights in its Egypt setting, but unfortunately, the game “routinely runs into issues that bog down the overall experience.” You can read our full review here.

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A new Origins update released last week squashed some bugs and made other tweaks to the experience; here are the patch notes. You can check out a complete list of Assassin’s Creed: Origins deals for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One below. We’ll continue to update this as more Black Friday ads are revealed. You can also check out all of our other Black Friday coverage through the links at the bottom of this post.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins Black Friday 2017 Deals

  • $35 (Best Buy/Target)
  • $40 (Toys R Us)
  • $40 (Ubisoft Store – PC only)
  • $42 (PlayStation/Xbox digital store)
  • $70 (for the game and season pass; GameStop)

Black Friday 2017 Deals

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Nintendo UK Black Friday Game Deals: All The Switch, 3DS, Wii U Games On Sale

Black Friday 2017 is upon us, meaning cheap games and consoles for all. Here, we’re rounding up all the best games on sale as part of Nintendo UK’s own Eshop sale, though you can see many more Black Friday UK deals in our roundup of Game’s sale, Amazon’s deals, or Sony’s PSN sale.

Only a few Nintendo Switch games are discounted as part of this promotion, most notably Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle‘s new Gold Edition–this includes the game’s season pass. Thankfully, many titles on other platforms are on offer, including The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (£17.50), Monster Hunter Generations (£20), and Bravely Default (£20) on 3DS.

For Wii U, you can currently grab The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for £20, Star Fox Zero for £28, Splatoon for £17.50, or Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze for £14. Take a look at the full sale at Nintendo’s website.

Plenty more games are discounted elsewhere in the UK and US for Black Friday. Check out all the Black Friday deals we’ve covered so far below, or scroll down for all the games included in Nintendo’s Eshop Cyber Deals sale.

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Nintendo UK Black Friday Cyber Sale Deals

Nintendo Switch

  • I am Setsuna — £18
  • Inversus — £9.34
  • Jackbox Party Pack 4 — £16
  • Let’s Sing 2018 — £27
  • Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle – Gold Edition — £49.59
  • Neon Chrome — £10.39
  • Qbics Paint — £3.14
  • RBI Baseball — £18.08
  • Rayman Legends — £22.49
  • Retro City Rampage DX — £8.57
  • Semispheres — £8.09
  • Spelunker Party! — £16.24
  • Syberia — £18
  • Tower of Babel — £4.49
  • Tumblestone — £9
  • Volgarr the Viking — £6.74

3DS

  • 7th Dragon III Code: VFD — £8.74
  • Bravely Default — £20
  • Breakout Defense — £4.20
  • Brunch Panic — £1
  • Carps & Dragons — £1.75
  • Cursed Castilla — £8.84
  • European Conqueror 3D — £1
  • Ever Oasis — £24.50
  • Farming Simulator 14 — £6
  • Farming Simulator 18 — £16.74
  • Final Fantasy Explorers — £15
  • Infinite Dunamis — £4.50
  • Journey to Kreisia — £4.50
  • Legna Tactica — £4.50
  • Mario Sports Superstars — £17.50
  • Life with Horses 3D — £9
  • Mighty Switch Force! — £2.70
  • Mighty Switch Force! 2 — £2.50
  • Monster Hunter Generations — £20
  • Music On: Electric Guitar — £1.41
  • Musicverse: Electronic Keyboard — £2.75
  • Nano Assault EX — £4.24
  • Pets Resort 3D — £4.49
  • PixelMaker — £3
  • Quell Memento — £1
  • Quell: Reflect — £1
  • Retro City Rampage — £4.39
  • Rhythm Paradise Megamix — £25
  • Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse — £8.74
  • Snow Moto Racing 3D — £3.59
  • SubaraCity — £1
  • Sweet Memories Blackjack — £1
  • The Legend of Dark Witch – Chronicle 2D Act — £1
  • The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes — £17.50
  • Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call — £15
  • Top Model 3D — £9
  • Witch & Hero — £1
  • Witch & Hero 2 — 79p

Wii U

  • Annihilation — £1.25
  • Art of Balance — £3.57
  • Block Zombies! — £3.65
  • Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze — £14
  • Double Breakout — £4.20
  • Fast Racing Neo — £5.49
  • Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing — £2.66
  • Infinity Runner — £2.35
  • Koi DX — £1
  • Might Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition — £4.50
  • Mighty Switch Force! 2 — £2.50
  • NES Remix 2 — £4.50
  • Paper Mario: Color Splash — £20
  • Pinball Breakout — £4.20
  • PixelMaker — £3
  • Splatoon — £17.50
  • Star Fox Zero — £28
  • Steel Rivals — £4.19
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD — £20
  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE — £25
  • Tumblestone — £15
  • Yoshi’s Woolly World — £28
  • Volgarr the Viking — £6.74

How The PS4 Secret Of Mana Remake Compares To The Original

The original Secret of Mana was one of my favorite games back in 1993. It’s story is a tale of lost identity, it has a gameplay loop that revolves around upgrading unique weapons, and the game’s quirky radial menu system still feels fresh today. This week, after playing several hours of an in-development build of the PS4 Secret of Mana remake, I found lot of things to like, a few things that aren’t great, and several places I hope the developers can still improve on the original.

Obviously, the first thing you notice about the Secret of Mana remake is its graphical upgrade; and for the most part, the remake looks better. Despite the nostalgia I have for the 16-bit era, there are some details that just come through better in 3D. Take the opening boss battle against a massive mantis creature. The 2D sprite from the original game (the introductory boss never turns; you only ever see it from the front) is replaced with a version that not only looks more complete, but it provides a more enjoyable fight since you can circle around and attack it from behind.

With this graphical update, the main characters stand out, showing off minutiae in costume design that was lost in their 16-bit forms. And smaller enemies come to life in ways that, while not radically different, feel like they are free from the constraints of their flat-sprite animations. However, not everything benefits equally from the transition to more-detailed models. The manic dancing of the game’s shopkeepers, for instance, is distracting and feels out-of-place. In the original, the movement helped bring those characters out of the background, but in the remake it just looks weird. And the re-used NPCs, a regular occurrence in RPG design from the Secret of Mana’s original era, feel a little more egregious and harder to ignore when the game has gone through such a huge facelift.

But while the the gameplay looks better overall, Secret of Mana’s cutscenes are a mess. Now, I don’t mean the new introduction (which you can watch in the video above). The mix there of hand-drawn art with minimal animation is gorgeous and captures the beauty of the game’s lush setting. But when the story begins in earnest and you’re staring into the eyes of a character that looks like it was pulled straight from a mobile port of the game, it’s hard not be disappointed. Secret of Mana’s remake seems to use the same in-game models for both gameplay and close-up cinematics. And those characters that look great from a distance feel like ’90s CGI cartoon models when you zoom in too close, with the stiff, plastic look of old shows like Reboot.

Part of that is because the characters mouths and faces don’t move, so it gives the impression that everyone is wearing a mask. The main characters have a few different mouth shapes, and sometimes characters will close one or both eyes, but otherwise, you’re watching passive faces read out overdramatic lines. That effect is especially jarring with characters like the bully with a wide, toothy grin that you meet in the game’s opening. He always has the same wide-mouthed grin, even when he’s angry or surprised, and it’s endlessly distracting.

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The other problem with the cutscenes is something that should be a positive for the remake–this version adds fully voiced dialogue for everything, from the cut-scenes to the the ancillary dialogue of all the villagers. But at least in this preview build, it’s not very good. The spoken lines draw attention to the sometimes weak writing and odd translation choices (why would you say you need a “weapon” to cut through bushes to get to town?). But the voice directing is just mediocre. There is one bright aspect to this, however; in the game’s settings you can turn on Japanese voice acting at any time. It’s still not great, but it is an improvement over the English cast and a really nice additional feature.

Another welcome option is the ability to change the game’s music from the remake’s arrangements to the original 16-bit soundtrack. To the game’s credit, the re-arranged soundtrack is fantastic, but the original score still holds up beautifully, throughout the game’s early hours.

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The sound and graphics see the biggest changes from the original, and although those options feel mostly locked-in at this point, there are some other elements that I hope have time for minor tweaks before the game’s full release. The equipment screen has been altered in the remake into something much more intuitive, but when you’re buying armor from merchants you’re still given no indication whether or not you already own a piece of equipment, who has what equipped, or whether the item you’re looking at is is any better for your party. In addition, consumables still have no description, so you also have to buy and use something just to find out what it does, and several items have very steep price tags for such trial-and-error shenanigans. This final omission is particularly odd since the remake adds a Guide option to the menu. But this extra info is limited to just characters, weapons, and enemies, and even there it just gives you a closer look at the models; there are no additional descriptions.

Combat is more complex in the remake, though it needs some modifications to make it more consistent. For example, in the original Secret of Mana, your one major sword attack was simply a wide, sweeping blade arc. In the remake, you can alternate between that same wide swing or a forward jab, but sometimes even when you’re standing still and expecting to execute a wide arc swing, your character throws out a thrust instead (the pattern seems to be two big arc swings followed by a thrust, regardless of whether you’re moving the analog stick or not). It’s better to have control over what kind of attacks you’ll throw out than to feel like your character might do something unexpected.

And one minor (but very missed) element not included in the remake is how the the original Secret of Mana indicates when you’re back at 100% for an attack. In the combat system, there’s a quickly replenishing stamina gauge; you can throw out a flurry of attacks, but each blow you land before getting back to 100% is substantially lower in power. Both versions of the game have an audible ding when you return to full strength, but the SNES version also made your character flash slightly until you were at 100%. It’s such a small difference, but it made knowing when to attack much clearer, and let you focus your attention on your character and enemies rather pulling you away to look at the stamina gauge.

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But beyond that lack of attack consistency and the flashing indicator, combat is better in the remake. You can switch between party members with a tap of the directional pad. The game has added a customizable hot button for quickly using items–you can set a restorative piece of candy to R1 or R2 for a quick pick-me-up without completely pausing battle. And the drop-in, drop-out local multiplayer works just as well as it did back when I was a kid.

The Secret of Mana remake isn’t out until February of next year, so there’s still plenty of time for refinement from the preview build that I played. And while there are some genuine improvements from the original, there are also a few weird missteps that make it difficult to recommend its predecessor–especially when the original is readily available on the SNES classic. But we’ll be keeping a close eye on this version as it progresses. If nothing else, the remake holds a lot of promise for a future of 16-bit remakes done right.

Destiny 2 Xur Location Guide: Where Is Xur And What Exotics Is He Selling? (November 25)

While you’re giving thanks this weekend remember your old pal Xur, who pops up in Destiny 2 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC every week with brand new Exotic weapons and gear for you to pick up. Destiny 2’s equivalent of an Amazon Prime Now deliveryman is hanging out on Io and, unlike the other locations he usually pops up in, this one can be tricky to get to.

While navigating to his general area is fairly simple if you open up the map and put a marker on him, once you’re there, you’ll need to keep an eye open for a very small, very dark cave entrance. It’s up in the far left-hand side as you enter Giant’s Scar. If you’re having trouble finding it, check out our Xur location guide video above, or keep a close watch on other players and you’ll see them going in and out.

But is it worth the trip? Take a look below and you’ll find a gallery of every Exotic Xur has this week, as well as the information you need on each of the items.

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  • Merciless (Fusion Rifle) – 29 Legendary Shards
  • Lucy Pants (Hunter Class Leg Armor) – 23 Legendary Shards
  • Mask of the Quiet One (Helmet) – 23 Legendary Shards
  • Starfire Protocol (Warlock Class Chest Armor) – 23 Legendary Shards

Destiny 2’s Iron Banner event has returned; it is live right now on all platforms and runs until 1 AM PT / 4 AM ET / 9 AM GMT on November 28. The game mode this time is Clash, which is Destiny 2’s version of Team Deathmatch. Notably, this is the first Iron Banner event since Destiny 2 launched for PC at the end of October.

In other Destiny 2 news, Bungie recently announced a lot of new details about the game’s first expansion, Curse of Osiris, which is coming in December. In addition to seeing the first campaign mission, we learned about Raid Lairs and saw some Curse of Osiris gear, as well as the newly revamped Lighthouse area. The DLC releases on December 5, at which time the weekly reset schedule will change and Destiny 2 will receive Xbox One X and PS4 Pro enhancements.

Target’s Cyber Monday Deals Run All Week, Including 15 Percent Off Sitewide

If you missed out on Black Friday yesterday, don’t worry. For Cyber Monday on November 27, every item on Target’s website will be 15 percent off, and even more deals will run throughout the week.

Target’s Cyber Week will begin on Sunday, November 26. Each day will have different online-only deals, such as $100 off the Gran Turismo Sport PSVR bundle and a $20 giftcard with the purchase of BeatsX or Beats EP headphones.

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Continuing throughout the week, daily deals will begin on Tuesday, November 28. The best day for gaming will be Friday, December 1 as the whole day will be dedicated to electronics. Target has not yet detailed exactly what will be marked down just yet, but specifics will be shown in its weekly ad releasing on November 26.

For the rest of Target’s Cyber Week deals, head on over to its website. For more Cyber Monday discounts, check out GameStop’s deals.

Xbox One X Has Power, But Lacks The Games To Be A Worthwhile Purchase

Four years after its current-gen console first launched, Microsoft has released the upgraded Xbox One X. The software giant heralds its latest device in the Xbox One family as “the most powerful console ever”–and its 4K capabilities make Xbox games look better than before. But, with the new console’s release, I’m left wondering which of its games are compelling enough to make me rush out and buy one.

There’s third-party stuff, sure: Assassin’s Creed’s year off has helped remove some of the fatigue surrounding that franchise, and Origins has been well-received. And Middle-earth: Shadow of War, which has been heavily marketed on Xbox, is, mostly, a worthy successor to Shadow of Mordor. But in terms of exclusives, Xbox fans have been left wanting this year.

The delay of Crackdown 3, the only major Xbox One exclusive scheduled to launch around the Xbox One X, has left a gaping hole in the console’s lineup. Combined with an already sparse exclusive release schedule for Xbox One’s holiday season, this offers little incentive to buy an Xbox One X outside of possessing power for power’s sake.

Sea of Thieves was scheduled for launch this year, but now it’s not coming until early 2018. And Scalebound–a relatively niche but much-anticipated game–isn’t happening at all. That leaves Cuphead, Forza Motorsport 7, Super Lucky’s Tale, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (sort of) as Microsoft’s console exclusives for the end of the year. A somewhat uninspiring lineup in itself, it’s also not exactly a serving that makes me want to invest US $499 / £449 / AU $649 on an upgraded console. Of those four games, only Forza feels like one that could meaningfully benefit from the Xbox One X’s greater horsepower: Cuphead is more about style than performance, PUBG looks a little rough on any hardware (as you would expect from an early access game), and as a 3D platformer, Super Lucky’s Tale is not something I feel I desperately need in 60 FPS.

The platform’s growing list of backwards compatibility games–now including original Xbox titles–bolsters its library, too, and that’s a big advantage Microsoft has in the battle against Sony. But it strikes me as a little pointless to buy a brand-new Ferrari only to stick to 30mph roads.

There was a time towards the start of this generation where I believed the Xbox One–despite its problems–had a better exclusive lineup than the PS4. Sunset Overdrive felt fresh, Halo 5 was superb, Titanfall reinvented the FPS formula, and the Forza Horizon series is a joy compared to the more stilted Gran Turismo. The selection easily outshined a Last of Us remaster, the uninventive Infamous: Second Son, and a dull Killzone: Shadow Fall, and it was what convinced me to buy an Xbox One.

2017, however, has been a different story. Horizon Zero Dawn was an unexpected hit, Yakuza 0 and Persona 5 brought some much-needed variety, and Crash Bandicoot’s N. Sane Trilogy made me nostalgic like only an orange marsupial (or purple dragon) can. Compare that to Xbox’s past year and there’s a clear divide.

For what it’s worth, I haven’t rushed out to buy a PS4 Pro either, so maybe I’m just not the type to want to shell out wads of cash for smallish gains in performance, and perhaps there’s nothing Microsoft could ever do about that. But Sony’s exclusive lineup over the past couple of years–with The Last of Us: Part II on the horizon–made me at least stop and consider it. We don’t know what the next couple of years may hold for Xbox, but we do know at the very least that Naughty Dog’s apocalyptic adventure game is on its way, and that’s likely to be a bigger selling point for PS4 Pro than anything currently announced will be for Xbox One X.

Possibly. Right now, even if you look into next year, Microsoft’s exclusive roster looks slim. However, the company no doubt has unannounced projects in the pipeline. Halo 6 will come sooner or later, and even if Gears 4 wasn’t as groundbreaking as the games that came before it, the next in the series will surely be a worthy exclusive.

However, it wasn’t just exclusives that helped Sony to dominate this generation: the fact that third-party games often look and run better on PS4 than Xbox One helped, too. With Microsoft’s new console, that will no longer be the case–but with a first-party library looking so thin for now and the majority of gamers without a desperate need for updated hardware, who will buy an Xbox One X?

Minecraft – A Complex Game With a Simple Goal

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What is Minecraft?

On the off chance that you are an enthusiastic computer game player or current Minecraft player searching for encourage understanding into one of the more prevalent diversions of today, this article is for you.

Minecraft is an exceptionally fundamental diversion fixated on an extremely basic objective. As players, your primary target is to explore through a consistently changing domain of 3D squares and secure pieces of a combination of materials. In view of what you have in can procure, you may utilize these things to specialty of create both essential and complex foundations and different materials that will help you to make a whole world.

The further clients progress in the diversion the more perplexing the assets move toward becoming and all the more difficult the animals move toward becoming to safeguard. Subsequently, having the capacity to effectively delineate or arrange your arrangement of activity from numerous points of view is a definitive key to your prosperity.

Right now, Minecraft chips away at a multi-diversion play organize which offers clients distinctive choices. For instance, the Classic mode is most appropriate for players who want to concentrate on developing framework and different assets. For the individuals who wish to be more courageous and investigate a greater amount of the world and its different elements, there is the Single Player mode. For the player who is certain and inspired by interlacing the two amusement play modes, there is a possibility for Multiplayer mode.

As you’ve picked up over the span of perusing this article, Minecraft is a fairly complex amusement with a basic objective. Notwithstanding your enthusiasm for diversion playing mode the center standards stay reliable – mine, art, and construct. The inventiveness and uniqueness of the amusement playing background is not at all like some other and very amazing. In the event that you are one to search for a test of assorted variety, this amusement might be for you.

Shaun Caldwell is an accomplished Minecraft player who is educated about for all intents and purposes each part of the amusement including how to influence it past the principal night and secure, to specialty, and utilize everything about them diversion. He urges you to share your amusement playing knowledge and techniques for progress with others on his Minecraft gathering.

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Be The Boss In Minecraft Gaming

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For the accomplished gamers who have been playing Minecraft for quite a while, it is basic that you have additionally control of the entire gaming background. For this situation, you ought to get yourself a Minecraft server. With a server available to you, you really give orders in the diversion. Different points of interest of putting resources into a Minecraft server incorporate having the capacity to alter players, work back ups and do a few different things that add to the general energizing amusement encounter both for you and kindred players.

The perspective of putting resources into your own particular Minecraft server may look as though it is expensive and overwhelming. Try not to be stressed however on the grounds that there are horde choices to the extent servers are concerned and dominant part of the choices are in reality sensibly valued. In light of how substantial your system of gamers is, you will be amazed to discover that a

Free Minecraft Account can possibly be completely shabby. Obviously, there are unlimited advantages related with owning a Minecraft Server and there are no eminent complexities to prevent you from beginning.

For do-it-without anyone’s help devotees, the possibility of making your own server as opposed to getting it may seem intriguing. Albeit such a thought is praiseworthy, the reality of the situation is that the procedure is perplexing and tedious. Thusly, choosing from a choice of Minecraft Hosting firms is the best choice for dominant part of players. This choice is additionally strengthened in case you’re PC or web availability does not have the ability to deal with its own particular server.

Also, when you buy your server from a dependable Minecraft facilitating firm, you are ensured a lot of client support to help you takes full preferred standpoint of your gaming knowledge. All things considered, would you not rather use your valuable time on an energizing experience with your pals as opposed to handling the specialized challenges without anyone else server?

Making a Minecraft server is very simple with the assistance of a capable Minecraft have organization. There are numerous server facilitating organizations out there that represent considerable authority in Minecraft have administrations. Working with an able Minecraft facilitating organization will empower you take just a couple of minutes to think of a decent assembled Control Panel that manages you outright control over your own server in addition to your gaming.

A portion of the advantages of value Minecraft have administrations incorporate empowering you to start your own particular server, reboot or oversee clients in the system with only a couple of snaps. In addition, you will likewise profit by speedier and simple access of your server from any area. Basically, you will have outright control to play Minecraft when you feel like and in view of your own requests.

Respawn teases realistic VR warfare on Oculus Rift

Respawn Entertainment might be going back to its historic stomping grounds. In virtual reality. A quick tease from the Oculus Connect stage revealed that the team that made Call of Duty is working on what very well may be a VR take on wars of the past. Studio director Peter Hirschmann writes that it isn’t Titanfall in VR, nor is it related to Star Wars, the game Respawn is working on for EA. “We really want to depict being a soldier in combat in a more fully fleshed-out and realistic way,” CEO Vince Zampella says in the video below. No other details are available (not even a name) but the clip ends with a big “2019.” Respawn has had a Rift development kit since at least 2013, so that could very well be a realistic release window.

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“We’re so excited to be working on a game that’s going to make an impact on the industry,” Respawn’s Jon Shiring says. A bold claim, but coming from one of the architects behind Titanfall‘s network structure, the statement has some weight behind it.

Razer will debut its first smartphone on November 1st

Those rumors of a Razer smartphone for gamers just got much, much more tangible. Razer is teasing an event on November 1st with a preview image that shows a man holding a conspicuously phone-sized device. The company isn’t wasting much time taking advantage of its Nextbit acquisition, then. While Razer is unsurprisingly shy on details, it describes the event as its “biggest unveiling” — whatever it shows in November is important enough that the company wants to build as much hype as possible.

There isn’t much known about Razer’s device, but it won’t be surprising if it’s focused on display quality, sound and performance given the event’s “watch, listen, play” mantra. And while Nextbit certainly has experience in phone design thanks to the Robin, its big hook was smart storage that automatically offloaded little-used apps to the cloud in a bid to save space. We wouldn’t be shocked to see that feature make a comeback, even if it ultimately plays second fiddle to gaming-oriented features.