50 of the Best Movies Ever, PSN and LIVE Updates [Deals]

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The Best of Warner Bros. 50 Film Blu-ray Collection is one of the most popular entertainment items we've ever listed, and today it's down to its lowest price of $179. This set includes digital copies in addition to the blu-rays, and features films like Inception, The Matrix, Lord of the Rings, and The Dark Knight, along with classics like 2001 and A Clockwork Orange. The Blind Side is in there, but I think the Mythbusters said it was safe to put discs in the microwave. [Amazon]

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Controllers are already overpriced, and the pricing of the Xbox brand's Play and Charge kits are like being run over by a car when you're already down. If you're going to stick with regular batteries, go with Eneloops, but lucky for you, if you want a battery pack, you're getting some new options.

The other day we pointed out the Nyko Power Kit Plus, which is still on sale for $13 and includes two battery packs. A new option we've discovered is the Monoprice Play & Charge Kit, which retails normally for under $10 and comes with 1 pack. Both are substantially cheaper than the official stuff, and we love seeing offerings in categories like this from brands like Monprice and AmazonBasics.

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Groupon has a pair of JBL Lightning Speaker docks for your iDevices today. The larger of the two can handle an iPad as well as an iPhone or iPod, and features a rechargeable battery instead of requiring AAAs. Both of them can of course be used with AC power. Starting at $40. [Groupon]


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The WD My Passport Ultra is one of the best portable drives around, according to both user reviews and The Wirecutter, and $65 is about as good a price as you're likely to see.

WD My Passport Ultra 1TB Portable Hard Drive | $65

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Game of Thrones Season 3 [Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy] | $30

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Game of Thrones Season 2 [Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy] | $30

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Oontz XL - Cambridge SoundWorks Portable, Wireless, Bluetooth Speaker ($80) | Amazon | Excellent reviews

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February 19

  • Strider | PS4/PS4/One/360/PC | Code OQE4LG-WEQPSE-SMCME1 takes 20% off the PC version
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  • Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy | 3DS | $10 off
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Alright Kotaku - I'm torn between XB1 or PS4 and having trouble weighing pros and cons of each. At the time I really don't have any interest in building another PC, so we'll leave that out of the equation.

I owned a PS1 and PS2 and a 360. I love my 360 and recently bought another year's worth of Live. I am glued to Forza and the Forza series and love the customization and depth of the cars compared to any other series. Pro for XB1. That's about it, aside from my affinity for the Xbox controller. I don't have nor plan on getting cable/satellite, so the media center is pretty moot. I have a smart TV that has all apps necessary built-in.

As for PlayStation, there isn't anything that really grabs me about switching from Xbox. Graphical qualities (I'm not much of a videophile) and price aside, there doesn't seem too much of a "wow" factor for me. I think I lean towards the XB1 just due to familiarity. Most games I'm interested in seem to be cross-platform, other than Forza. I grew up with GT2 and haven't been a fan of the recent direction of the game, so I don't see it being supremely comparable.

Anyone have any thoughts to sway me?