Get Darksiders 1 And 2 Remasters Bundled Together For As Little As $10

Following the announcement of Darksiders III, a new bundle that includes the remasters of Darksiders 1 and Darksiders II has been released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

It’s going for $20 right now, but only for a limited time. After the deal wraps up, the collection will cost $40, so if you’re interested, it looks like now is good time to jump in.

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The bundle, officially titled Darksiders: Fury’s Collection – War and Death, it comes with Darksiders Warmastered Edition and Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition.

On Steam, the deal is even better. You get both games and the soundtrack for only $10. Here are links to get Fury’s Collection right now:

As for Darksiders III, the game launches in 2018, presumably for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s in the works at Gunfire Games, a studio made up of many ex-Vigil Games employees who worked on the original Darksiders and its sequel.

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Holy Shit, Isaiah Thomas

The Wizards tried everything against Isaiah Thomas tonight. They threw taller defenders at him, they tried trapping him on pick-and-rolls, they tried switching on him, they tried hitting him. Nothing worked. The puny Celtics star got into the best point guard duel of the playoffs with John Wall and came out on the…

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John Wall dominated Game 2 despite hard fall on injured wrist … until overtime

John Wall has done this exact thing before. But it ultimately wasn’t enough.

John Wall injured his wrist in at the end of the first quarter of Game 2 against the Boston Celtics. While attempting to defend a Kelly Olynyk shot, Wall had his feet knocked out from under him and fell hard on his left wrist.

You can see how high Wall was here, before breaking the fall with this left hand.

Wall stayed in the game and nearly willed the Wizards to victory thereafter. He finished with 40 points and 13 assists, keeping his team in the game throughout. But in the end, he was somehow still second-best to Isaiah Thomas, who dropped 53 points in Boston’s 129-119 overtime victory.

Wall faded a bit down the stretch, but he was still incredible in a way that shouldn’t be humanly possible. We should remembered that this is the same wrist he injured in the 2015 playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks. Wall stayed in that game as well, finishing with 18 points, 13 assists, and seven rebounds while playing 39 minutes. He then returned to the court for Game 5 in that series just 10 days later despite having five small fractures.

While we hope that isn’t the case this time around, it’s clear John Wall is not afraid to play through pain. And the Wizards need it to even have a chance.

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