Geek Daily Deals Last Easy Chance to Preorder a Playstation Classic

first_imgGet $100 Credit When You Trade-In Your Broken Digital CameraTrade in any broken digital camera or GoPro with an original retail value of $100 or more and get $100 off the newest generation GoPro Hero 7 Black or $150 off the GoPro Fusion. The biggest upgrades the GoPro Hero 7 introduces are the ability to record in 4K resolution at a full 60fps and vastly improved image stabilization.Get up to $100 credit for a new GoPro Hero 7 Haribo Gummi Candy, Peaches, 5-Pound Bag for $9.22Each 5-lb bag has about 1,000 pieces, which means you’re paying less than 1 cent per joyously peachy piece! You need to checkout using Subscribe & Save, and as a bonus you’ll get free shipping even if you aren’t a Prime member. If you have 5 or more items in your Subscribe & Save cart, your discount will increase by another 10%.Get it on Amazon for $9.99 (or less) Amazon Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD and HDR for $39.99You must be logged into your Amazon Prime account to see this price. If you’re in the market for a streaming media player, you can get a Fire TV 4K at the lowest price it’s ever been. It’s 40% more powerful than the Fire TV stick and is recommended if you have 4K and HDR TV sets.Get it on Amazon for $39.99 Sony PlayStation Classic is Now PreorderableOnly one day after launch, and half the vendors we initially found have sold out of the Sony PlayStation Classic. Only Walmart and Gamestop have stock available. In terms of supply and demand, could this end up to be another SNES or NES frenzy? Maybe or maybe not, but why take your chances? The consoles will ship out in December, right in the middle of the holiday shopping spree,and this may be your best chance.20 games will be pre-loaded, but the only titles we know of for sure are Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Ridge Racer Type 4, Jumping Flash, and Wild Arms.Get it at Walmart for $99.99Get it at Gamestop for $99.99 Get $225 Credit Towards Nintendo Switch When You Trade In Xbox One S or PS4 Slim Only at GamestopOr you can get $275 credit for a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X trade-in (definitely not as good of a deal), $150 credit for an Xbox One original trade-in, or $100 credit for a 3DS, Vita, or Wii U trade-in.Get up to $275 credit for a new Nintendo Switchlast_img read more

Netflix WB Settle Satanic Lawsuit Over Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

first_img 11 New Year’s Resolutions for Our Favorite Characters’Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Gets Spooky Christmas Episode Score one for the Dark Lord: Netflix and Warner Bros. reportedly settled a $150 million lawsuit filed by The Satanic Temple over a statue seen in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.The fictitious Baphomet violates copyright and trademark rights of the Temple’s own historic goat-headed deity, according to the recent complaint.“Defendants misappropriated [The Satanic Temple’s] Baphomet [with] Children in ways implying that the monument stands for evil,” the suit said.Anyone who’s watched even two episodes of the Netflix original show will recognize that statue—an angel-winged hermaphroditic idol displayed at the Academy of Unseen Arts.The Knights Templar were falsely accused of worshipping the Sabbatic Goat, which was subsequently incorporated into disparate occult and mystical traditions.So of course it’s going to show up in a TV series about a teenage witch and her conjuring cohorts.Baphomet appears in four to 10 episodes of the series (via Netflix)And while no one directly interacts with the intense-looking statue, it appears in various scenes of four to 10 episodes, according to the litigation.In an unsurprising effort to keep the case quiet (too late!), Netflix and Warner Bros. have settled out of court for an unknown sum.“So ends one of the most over-publicized of copyright claims,” Satanic Temple co-founder and spokesman Lucien Greaves (born Douglas Misicko) wrote in a blog post, published by Patheos.com.“Press can now stop pretending this was unique and momentous, or even interesting,” he said, denouncing the media’s excessive coverage of the pop culture issue relative to the Temple’s recent rally in Arkansas.According to Greaves, the “unique elements” of the historic Baphomet statue have been acknowledged in the credits of already-filmed episodes. The remaining terms of the settlement “are subject to a confidentiality agreement.”More coverage on Geek.com:‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Gets Spooky Christmas EpisodeNetflix Orders New Animated World War II Series ‘The Liberator’These New Netflix Films Are Coming to a Theater Near You Stay on targetlast_img read more