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RetroGaming posted a blog entry in THAT NINTENDO SWITCH EARLY REVEAL WAS FROM A STOLEN CONSOLEsource and story: IGN By Alex Osborn Logan dominated the domestic box office this weekend, debuting in first place with an estimated $85.3 million. As noted by Variety, Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine film boasted a production budget of $97 million. Logan serves as further evidence that there's a large market for R-rated comic book films, as it's not the first adult-oriented comic-inspired hit from Fox, with Deadpool opening to incredible success last year. For our thoughts on the James Mangold-directed film, which serves as an "amazing swan song for the Wolverine character, Following its incredible debut last week, Get Out slipped to second with an estimated $26.1 million. Jordan Peele's horror film continues to be a big moneymaker for Universal, having only cost $5 million to produce. Meanwhile, Lionsgate's faith-based drama The Shack debuted in third place, earning $16.1 million. The film stars Sam Worthington and Octavia Spencer, and cost $26 million to make. Rounding out the top five is The LEGO Batman Movie, which placed fourth with $11.7 million, and the young adult drama Before I Fall, which placed fifth with $4.9 million. Here are the Top 10 weekend box office three-day estimates via comScore: 1. Logan $85.3 million 2. Get Out $26.1 million 3. The Shack $16.1 million 4. The LEGO Batman Movie $11.7 million 5. Before I Fall $4.9 million 6. John Wick: Chapter Two $4.7 million 7. Hidden Figures $3.8 million 8. The Great Wall $3.5 million 9. Fifty Shades Darker $3.5 million 10. La La Land $3 million
X-Men Duology View File This is a whole soundtrack for use with Launch Box/Big Box. I do not own these songs and do not claim to. All I did was capture and convert them and do some minor cleanup with audacity. These tracks were recorded in 44Khz and have a pseudo stereo separation based on the channel used. They have a small low pass and a very slight high pass filter applied to take the edge off of the NESs ringing tones for easier listening. These were encoded using the Lame MP3 encoder in a variable bit rate of 170-210 Kbps. To install... Just extract the whole archive directly into your LaunchBox\Music\Sega Genesis directory. Have fun! NOTE: If you already have the EmuMovies music for this game you MAY have to delete it for LB/BB to see this correctly. Submitter cammelspit Submitted 12/10/16 Category Game Media