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Gotham Knights is available on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 for $70, and PC via Steam for $60.
Gotham Knights provides an intriguing story in a beautiful world, wrapped in monotony. If you are a big DC Comics or Batman fan, you likely will enjoy the game. If not, this might be a game to pick up once it is discounted.
In Gotham Knights, you play as Nightwing, Batgirl, Robin or Red Hood. Each provides slight differences in play styles and skills, but overall, they are very similar. The characters all have a grappling hook to fly through the sky and reach the top of tall buildings, and access to the Batcycle.
Team Liquid competes in the North American league for a popular game called “League of Legends.” Ownership spent millions of dollars — no one will say exactly how much — to assemble an all-star roster and create a sleek training center in Santa Monica. We tour this facility and see what a da…
The Buffalo Bridge Center is offering “Introduction to Bridge Basics: A 3-Part Course,” 10 weekly sessions on Thursdays at 2 and 6:30 p.m. beginning Oct. 6. For more info, call 716-280-6114.
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Adults. They, too, need fun stuff for the holidays. There's a wide range of gifty possibilities this holiday season. Try Wordle: The Party Game, which builds on the massively popular word adventure scooped up by The New York Times. For baby boomers, Dylan's Candy Bar sells a plastic tackle box full of nostalgic treats like throwback Zots and Chick-O-Sticks. Schwinn makes a scooter for grown-ups that looks like a bike. For theater lovers, why not gift BroadwayHD, a streaming service with more than 300 theater productions. Lego is selling a 1,164-piece set based on the TV hit “The Office.” If none of that does the trick, reach for a pricey bottle of booze, or an Advent calendar full of licorice.
Aliens are invading, and you have lost your family. Can you find and save them?
Throwing a holiday party takes a lot of effort. Thank your host or hostess this year by bringing one of these budget-friendly gifts to the next celebration.
The Niagara Regional Tournament continues today, Saturday Nov. 12, in the Holiday Inn and Suites, 327 Ontario St., in St. Catharines, Ont., and continues through Sunday, Nov. 13. Games are at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Swiss teams on Sunday begin at 10 a.m. For more info, click this link.
Wanna be able to whip out facts about video game graphics like it's nobody's business? Well then, look no further! We've got you covered with five cool facts that'll do just the trick.
Despite the release of Forza and Halo Infinite, Xbox Head Phil Spencer thinks the Xbox first-party exclusives are something the console is missing.
Amira’s Kitchen, run by a grandmother from Jerusalem, is making some tasty magic in Riverside, News Food Editor Andrew Galarneau says.
Each Advent-style beer case includes a variety of beer styles, including lagers, ambers, stouts, IPAs and sours.
Home for the holidays? Here are a few new spots where you can eat, drink and catch up.
Here are some lagers and lighter ales to start your day with, and an imperial stout, New England IPA and seasonally appropriate fruited sour to transition to later on during your Thanksgiving.
Nicole Kidman has proven that she has a heart of gold, as during a recent charity auction, the Oscar winning actress shelled out a whopping $100,000 dollars for the hat her old pal Hugh Jackman wore on stage in the Broadway revival of ‘The Music Man’.
Clarence Gilyard Jr., the actor best known for playing computer hacker Theo in "Die Hard" and naval flight officer Marcus "Sundown" Williams in "Top Gun," has died at the age of 66.
Actor Clarence Gilyard Jr., who was best known for his roles in "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Die Hard," has died. He was 66.
Also coming this week: A solo album from BTS's RM, the return of the holiday display TV contest "The Great Christmas Light Fight" and Tilda Swinton starring in the ghost story "The Eternal Daughter."
Jennifer Lopez is ready to move forward while also looking back at how she got to where she is today, as the multi-talented superstar has announced her first new studio album since 2014, a follow-up to her 2002 record ‘The Is Me… Then’ that will be called, appropriately, ‘This Is Me… Now’.
Here are a few of the more enticing live music events on offer in the clubs and concert halls this week.
The singer-songwriter, real name Irene Cara Escalera, died at her home in Florida on Friday. She was 63. A cause of death has not yet been announced. Following the sad news, Mariah took to Twitter to remember Cara, who played Coco Hernandez in the 1980 musical Fame and also recorded the film…
“The Sound of Music,” now onstage at the Lancaster Opera House after the “Snowvember” postponement, is a holiday treat from top to bottom.
Thanks to an extensive, $386,550 restoration, now in the third of seven phases, the Wurlitzer is expected to be concert-ready for the theater's 100th anniversary celebration in January 2026.
Whether your mood is “I can’t get enough of the holidays!” or “It just doesn’t FEEL like Christmas,” the Western New York theater company is on the case.
Sullivan's "Newsroom Confidential: Lessons (and Worries) from an Ink-Stained Life" is a book she refers to as a "memoir-manifesto" tracing the trajectory of her 42 years in journalism.
What that accused assailant did just weeks ago was awaken, in our new millennium, the fundamentalist atrocities that greeted Rushdie's 1988 publication of his novel, Simon says.
“Danger on the Silver Screen: 50 Films Celebrating Cinema’s Greatest Stunts” by Scott McGee is part of the Turner Classic Movies film library.
Belfer's new novel, “Ashton Hall,” makes its Buffalo debut when she appears at Larkin Square, at 5:30 p.m. today, in conversation with Margaret Sullivan, media critic of the Washington Post and a former editor of The Buffalo News.
Jennifer Grey has teased "a few other characters" will be returning for the 'Dirty Dancing' sequel, though she didn't confirm who.
Will Smith missed "surprising" fans who had just seen a preview of his new movie 'Emancipation' after testing positive for COVID-19.