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GamesBeat weekly roundup: Minecraft gets Oculus Rift support, and Overwatch’s new map

Flaming arrows in Minecraft on the Oculus Rift.

Welcome to another GamesBeat weekly roundup! This time, Overwatch gets a new map, Nintendo has a strong sales month, and we went hands-on with upcoming Ubisoft games like Watch Dogs 2 and For Honor.

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The return helps flesh out Netflix's Marvel catalog, which still includes a number of single-season shows (although they almost all have commitments for more episodes). Also, it's arguably one of the more anticipated Marvel releases to date. In addition to starring an unconventional superhero, the first Jessica Jones season tackled serious topics like gaslighting and sexual assault with an intelligence you wouldn't necessarily expect. If that keeps up in the second season, it could be worth watching even if you don't normally care for comic-inspired programming.

Source: Netflix (YouTube), (Twitter)