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Xbox and Nike Launch Exclusive Space Jam: A New Legacy Bundle on Nike SNKRS App

After many months collaborating with Warner Bros. and Nike, Xbox is excited to officially unveil an exclusive “Space Jam: A New Legacy” feature film-inspired Xbox Wireless Controller and sneaker bundle. Launching in the Nike SNKRS app in North America on July 15, the bundle includes a Road Runner vs Wile E. Coyote Nike LeBron 18 Low and – for the first time ever on the Nike SNKRS app – an exclusive Road Runner vs Wile E. Coyote Xbox Wireless Controller. This special release duo features a design inspired by the classic and relentless Looney Tunes chase between the crafty Wile E. Coyote and the ever-elusive Road Runner.

Exclusive Space Jam: A New Legacy Bundle

Taking inspiration from Wile E, Road Runner and the LeBron 18 Lows, the Xbox design team set out to tell a deeper story and bring together the controller and sneakers in a scene representative of the classic Looney Tunes rivalry.

Nike Senior Designer of Footwear Jason Petrie brought to life each of the beloved Looney Tunes with the LeBron 18 Lows. The left shoe represents Wile E. in earth tones with a Nike logo that looks like an ACME contraption set to trap Road Runner, while the right shoe features Road Runner blue tones with a touch of yellow and a Nike logo enveloped in dust clouds.

Exclusive Space Jam: A New Legacy Bundle

The controller brings elements of each shoe together and is the aftermath of a Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner encounter. For the lucky ones that get the product collection, they’ll be able to see up-close the chaotic scene with dust clouds of the Road Runner settling as he speeds across the controller and the many cobbled contraptions of Wile E Coyote’s foiled attempts. The controller seamlessly blends the relationship between the shoes and characters, completing the story while living up to the unique expression of the LeBron 18 Lows.

We also made sure all details on the controller hinted to details on the LeBron 18 Lows. The Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote Xbox Wireless Controller has a textured grip and a hybrid D-pad—which perfectly integrates the iconic ACME logo. On the sides of the controller, fans will notice the memorable phrases of “Yeeow!” and “Beep! Beep!” highlighting the physical humor of the Wile E. and Road Runner.

Exclusive Space Jam: A New Legacy Bundle

To get fully immersed in the world of Looney Tunes, test the new Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote controller on Space Jam: A New Legacy – The Game, the official film-inspired arcade-style video game launching exclusively into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Perks today and available free-to-play for all fans through the Microsoft Store on July 15. Xbox also recently announced three controllers inspired by the Tune Squad, Good Squad, and the Warner Bros. Serververse from “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” available for retail purchase on July 8 in North America. In the meantime, keep your eyes on the SNKRS app and stay tuned for the official bundle drop on July 15.

About “Space Jam: A New Legacy”

Welcome to the Jam! “Space Jam: A New Legacy” stars LeBron James and is from director Malcolm D. Lee and the innovative filmmaking team that includes Ryan Coogler and Maverick Carter. This transformational journey is a manic mashup of two worlds that reveals just how far some parents will go to connect with their kids. When LeBron and his young son Dom are trapped in a digital space by a rogue A.I., LeBron must get them home safe by leading Bugs, Lola Bunny and the whole gang of notoriously undisciplined Looney Tunes to victory over the A.I.’s digitized champions on the court: a powered-up roster of professional basketball stars as you’ve never seen them before. It’s Tunes versus Goons in the highest-stakes challenge of his life, that will redefine LeBron’s bond with his son and shine a light on the power of being yourself. The ready-for-action Tunes destroy convention, supercharge their unique talents and surprise even “King” James by playing the game their own way.

James stars alongside Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, newcomer Cedric Joe, Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Zendaya. Lee directs from a screenplay by Juel Taylor & Tony Rettenmaier & Keenan Coogler & Terence Nance and Jesse Gordon and Celeste Ballard, story by Juel Taylor & Tony Rettenmaier & Keenan Coogler & Terence Nance and Terence Nance.  Based on Space Jam, written by Leo Benvenuti & Steve Rudnick and Timothy Harris & Herschel Weingrod. The film’s producers are Ryan Coogler, LeBron James, Maverick Carter and Duncan Henderson, and the executive producers are Sev Ohanian, Zinzi Coogler, Allison Abbate, Jesse Ehrman, Jamal Henderson, Spencer Beighley, Justin Lin, Terence Nance and Ivan Reitman.

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents a Proximity/The SpringHill Company Production, a Malcolm D. Lee Film, “Space Jam: A New Legacy.” The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. It will be released in theaters nationwide on July 16, 2021 and will be available in the U.S. on HBO Max for 31 days from theatrical release.

For information on Space Jam: A New Legacy, visit https://www.spacejam.com/.

Author: Elliott Hsu, Xbox Principal Designer
This post originally appeared on Xbox Wire

Drones showcase iconic characters, imagery from Disney Bundle in honor of National Streaming Day

Drones showcase iconic characters, imagery from Disney Bundle in honor of National Streaming Day
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Disney characters lit up the sky in California this week, showcasing many of the favorites that you can now watch with the Disney Bundle.RELATED: Disney+: What to know about price, shows and more

Drones formed iconic characters and imagery from beloved movies, series and sports across Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus in honor of National Streaming Day.

Fans can subscribe to the ultimate streaming bundle to access Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.For more information on how you can subscribe, visit DisneyBundle.com

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Humble Bundle Abandons Plans To Remove Charity Donation Sliders

The Humble Nindie Bundle from 2015
The Humble Nindie Bundle from 2015 (Image: Nintendo Life)

Update [Fri 7th May, 2021 02:30 BST]: Following an outcry from Humble Bundle users, the digital storefront has decided it will now reinstate sliders and will roll out an updated design in the coming weeks to include sliders that “work exactly as they did” previously. Humble shared the following post on its website:

We recently announced our initial plan for redesigned bundle pages which would no longer include sliders that let customers fully control what percentage of their order went to Humble Bundle, charity and publishers/developers.

We’ve heard everyone loud and clear and apologize for the way these changes were rolled out. We are now taking a moment to pause, collect constructive feedback and be more transparent about the path forward.”

Today, we’ll be turning sliders back on for all customers on our bundle pages while we take more time to review feedback and consider sliders and the importance of customization for purchases on bundle pages in the long term.

In the coming weeks, we’ll roll out the updated design which will include sliders that work exactly as they did previously. Once the new design is live, we will continue to iterate on it, incorporating feedback from the community into its ongoing evolution.

Part of that future development will include exploring different approaches to the sliders and how splits work, along with new ways to incorporate charity into other parts of the user experience.

But we’re committed to sharing our plans and getting feedback from this incredible community beforehand to ensure any changes we make live up to our mission and values. If there’s one thing that’s clearer than ever, it’s how important the feedback is from the Humble community ahead of making big changes.

We’re just as committed to supporting charity as we were when we launched Humble Bundle. Be on the lookout for some updates soon, and thank you for your candid feedback and continued support.


Original article [Sun 25th Apr, 2021 12:45 BST]: Humble Bundle – the digital storefront which has offered bundles for Nintendo platforms in the past – has revealed it’s making some changes to its purchase process. This update will be rolled out in “late” May.

Slider bars will be replaced with toggles (aka pre-set options) which will effectively limit the amount of money customers can now donate to charity – capping donations at 15%. The rest will go to Humble and the publishers.

“Sliders will be replaced by toggles with defined splits that clearly show what amount of your purchase will support Humble, publishers, and charity. The “Extra to Charity” toggle will triple the split for charity to 15%.”

The reasoning behind it is so that Humble can unify the way its Bundles, Store and Humble Choice support charity.

As shown in the screenshot below, publishers will be a lot better off. In the case of a $ 25 purchase, $ 21.25 goes to the publishers, $ 2.50 to Humble and just $ 1.25 to charity. The “Extra Charity” option drops the publisher amount to $ 20, Humble gets the same amount and charity receives $ 3.75. As Destructoid highlights, it’s a 5% or 15% donation to charity.

A look at the new toggle system...
A look at the new toggle system… (Image: Nintendo Life)

You can get the full rundown on the incoming changes over on the Humble Bundle blogsite.

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This post originally appeared on Nintendo Life | Latest News

update Rocket League today before NASCAR bundle is live

update Rocket League today before NASCAR bundle is live
Today’s Rocket League update is available and includes a number of changes listed in the official patch notes.

It comes with only limited additions for gamers on PS4, Xbox, PC and Nintendo Switch platforms today.

However, it lays the groundwork for the new Nascar bundle, which will be available to purchase from the item shop this week.

The NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack will arrive in the Item Shop on May 6, just in time for the NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway on May 9.

Gamers will be able to grab NASCAR-themed gear from the top teams in the sport for 2000 Credits later this week.

A message from Psyonix explains: “The items included in the bundle can only be equipped by the NASCAR Ford Mustang, NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro, and NASCAR Toyota Camry. The NASCAR Ford Mustang, NASCAR Chevrolet Camaro, and NASCAR Toyota Camry cannot be customized with all item types.

“Plus, to celebrate the arrival of NASCAR in Rocket League, you can claim the NASCAR Trail for free beginning the same day the NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack goes live. Check out the items in the trailer above and in the slideshow below.

“The NASCAR 2021 Fan Pack will be available until May 12, but will return to celebrate major NASCAR events throughout the year. Don’t forget to check out all the action from the NASCAR Cup Race Series at Darlington Raceway on May 9.”

And full patch notes from today’s Rocket League update can be listed below, including the following changes:

Arena Rotation Adjustments

  • Salty Shores (Night) added to the rotation in all Playlists
  • Reduced frequency of some arenas in the rotation (Wasteland, Farmstead)
  • Neon Fields and Forbidden Temple (Day) have been removed from rotation until additional revisions can be made

General

  • Made it clearer which items cannot be traded to other players while on the Trade In page

BUG FIXES

  • Fixed an EOS cloud sync error that was preventing some players from accessing item inventory
  • Fixed a bug causing players to join the incorrect Private Match
  • Fixed the “Add Players” pop-up that was appearing far more frequently than intended
  • Fixed appearance of Anispray Rocket Boost
  • Friends List appearance will now scale correctly with the rest of the user interface.

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This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Entertainment Feed

Humble Bundle Will Begin To Cap Charity Donations Next Month

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This post originally appeared on Nintendo Life | Latest News

Humble Bundle Will Begin To Cap Charity Donations Next Month
The Humble Nindie Bundle from 2015 (Image: Nintendo Life)

Humble Bundle – the digital storefront which has offered bundles for Nintendo platforms in the past – has revealed it’s making some changes to its purchase process. This update will be rolled out in “late” May.

Slider bars will be replaced with toggles (aka pre-set options) which will effectively limit the amount of money customers can now donate to charity – capping donations at 15%. The rest will go to Humble and the publishers.

“Sliders will be replaced by toggles with defined splits that clearly show what amount of your purchase will support Humble, publishers, and charity. The “Extra to Charity” toggle will triple the split for charity to 15%.”

The reasoning behind it is so that Humble can unify the way its Bundles, Store and Humble Choice support charity.

As shown in the screenshot below, publishers will be a lot better off. In the case of a $ 25 purchase, $ 21.25 goes to the publishers, $ 2.50 to Humble and just $ 1.25 to charity. The “Extra Charity” option drops the publisher amount to $ 20, Humble gets the same amount and charity receives $ 3.75. As Destructoid highlights, it’s a 5% or 15% donation to charity.

Humble Bundle Will Begin To Cap Charity Donations Next Month
A look at the new toggle system… (Image: Nintendo Life)

You can get the full rundown on the incoming changes over on the Humble Bundle blogsite.