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The Amazon Kindle Scribe hits a record-low price for Prime Day

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The journaling champ has to be the Amazon Kindle Scribe and thanks to an early deal ahead of Prime Day you can now get it for $234.99 (was $339.99) at Amazon. As befitting the retailer’s mega-sale, this price cut is the biggest we’ve seen for the Amazon Kindle Scribe since it was released in 2022.

Our Kindle Scribe review was very passionate about how well it works and plays so it’s an exciting time to buy. It’s great to see this device drop to such a low price, especially considering most Amazon Prime Day Kindle deals usually focus on the Kindle Paperwhite or the standard Kindle as opposed to the more premium devices like the Kindle Scribe.

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The Amazon Kindle Scribe is the only ereader from the manufacturer that also functions as a digital notebook and pen, as well as a way to read without carrying around dozens of books. The notebook’s functionality won’t be essential for everyone but it does give you the perfect place to sketch out designs or journal. It’s also possible to convert handwritten notes to text, which is convenient for transferring your thoughts elsewhere. 

The screen is also sizeable at 10.2 inches so there’s no risk of you not seeing things clearly here. Even in awkward lighting, it’s glare-free and front-lit, meaning it looks great. For those who will make use of all of its features, it’s the best Kindle in many ways.

If you’re not just looking for the best Kindle deals, we also have many of the best Amazon Fire tablet deals for something that will also easily help you read as you travel. 

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Tears of the Kingdom Player Builds Incredible Mechanical Rabbit

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  • Tears of the Kingdom’s enduring popularity is partly due to its diverse gameplay options, allowing players to create unique contraptions in the game.
  • One player created a mechanical rabbit, equipped with lasers to take out enemies, impressing the community.
  • Creative gamers continue to showcase their detailed builds in Tears of the Kingdom.



One gamer recently showcased their engineering know-how in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom by creating an adorable albeit deadly mechanized rabbit. The trend of creating machines based on animals continues with this bunny build, catching the attention of the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom community online.

Since its release in May of 2023, Tears of the Kingdom has become one of the most popular Zelda games of all time. One of the reasons for this success is due to the plethora of ways to play the game. While Breath of the Wild gave players greater license over how they played due to its massive open world, Nintendo took things even further in the sequel. Thanks to the Ultrahand and Link’s other new abilities, players can create all sorts of unique contraptions to alter gameplay. Now, even a year after launch, players are still coming up with some memorable builds.


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Taking to the Hyrule Engineering subreddit, a user known as kmarkow shared a mechanical rabbit they built in the game. The creation known as “Ruby the Remote Control Rabbot” features an impressive design that looks strikingly similar to a real-life bunny. True to its name, the Reddit user gave the rabbit a red nose and made it remote-controlled. In the video, Link operates a Zonai steering stick as the rabbit traverses the terrain. The creation also had a less pleasant side, as kmarkow revealed the rabbit was equipped with lasers, allowing it to take out Tears of the Kingdom enemies.


Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Player’s Mechanical Rabbit


So far, this creation has been a hit with the Hyrule Engineering subreddit, with some users claiming it was one of the cutest builds they had seen in the game. In the comments, kmarkow shared how they were able to control the mechanized rabbit remotely. According to the player, they used a glitch, which they had learned about from other community members, to maneuver the build remotely with a Zonai steering stick. They also noted this was a “new and improved” version of the bunny. The creator revealed that this model was easier to build, could turn quicker, and looked more like the adorable animal.


Interestingly, kmarkow has a knack for recreating real-life creatures in the game with surprising detail. Previously, they built a replica of a mosquito in Tears of the Kingdom, complete with its long proboscis and pair of wings. Furthermore, they have shared Reddit posts of a sea serpent, a caterpillar bike, and much more.

While some fans are gearing up for the release of Zelda: Echoes of Wisdom at the end of September, creative gamers like kmarkow will likely continue to get more mileage out of Tears of the Kingdom. Despite the lack of new DLC, Tears of the Kingdom‘s impressive list of abilities should keep players going for the foreseeable future, meaning more builds based on real-life animals could appear on the internet.

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Pokemon Fans Call for Change to How Nicknames Work

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  • Fans want Game Freak to allow nickname changes for event Pokemon and traded Pokemon in future titles.
  • The limitation on nicknaming Pokemon is causing frustration among players, who desire this ability.
  • While some rare instances have allowed renaming of event Pokemon, fans shouldn’t expect this restriction to change soon.



Pokemon fans aren’t happy about the restrictions on nicknaming their Pokemon in the games. A recent conversation highlights problems with the system and has fans urging developer Game Freak to change course in future Pokemon titles.

From the beginning of the Pokemon series, players who catch a new Pokemon are given the option to give the creature a nickname. While it isn’t mandatory, players sometimes give their Pokemon nicknames to help separate them from other catches of the same species, or even just for the fun of it. However, the way nicknaming in the game works is causing headaches for some fans, and has led to them wishing things would change.


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Pokemon fan TheAzureAzazel shared their thoughts on Reddit, where many other players have since added their voices to the conversation. TheAzureAzazel points out that not being able to nickname event Pokemon is a huge inconvenience to them, and that it’s a frustrating limitation. With very limited exceptions, players are stuck with whatever nickname a Pokemon has when it’s given to them via an event. TheAzureAzazel says that even the ability to change the nickname just once would be great, but that’s not usually an option.


Pokemon Nickname Change Restrictions Frustrate Fans

Fellow players have agreed with TheAzureAzazel, and also pointed out that similar problems exist for traded Pokemon. If a Pokemon has a nickname when it’s traded, that name can’t be changed afterward. If a player knows the person they’re trading with personally, they may be able to ask them to change the nickname, either before trading the Pokemon or even by trading it back to do so. However, outside of those options, players are usually stuck with whatever nickname other trainers come up with.


There have been rare instances where players have been allowed to change the name of event Pokemon, but it’s not the standard. This has left some fans wondering why it was an option with select event Pokemon in past titles. For example, one fan pointed out that they were able to rename their event Shiny Zeraora from Pokemon Sword and Shield, but isn’t consistently something that’s allowed. Some fans were also interested in being able to revert a Pokemon back to its default species name, especially when faced with an offensive or weird nickname, but that’s not possible, either.


Game Freak regularly makes tweaks to the systems in Pokemon games, so it’s not out of the question that this could change at some point in the future. However, considering this has generally been a restriction since the Gen 1 Pokemon games, fans shouldn’t count on it.

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Pokemon is a franchise that needs no introduction. One of the most successful media empires in history, Pokemon spans games, television, films, manga, merchandise, music, and more.
 

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Satoshi Tajiri

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Quordle today – hints and answers for Saturday, July 20 (game #908)

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Welcome to the weekend, Quordle-style. As is the case during the week, you get nine guesses to solve four Wordle-esque puzzles, so don’t expect it to get any easier just because you don’t have work today. And for those of you who do have work today, I apologize – you’ll have to find time for Quordle too.

Enjoy playing word games? You can also check out my Wordle today, NYT Connections today and NYT Strands today pages for hints and answers for those puzzles.

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