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Batwoman and Green Lantern Could’ve Been LGBT Pioneers, and DC Doesn’t Care

In recent years there has been an influx of gay and lesbian presence in the comic industry. From the outside looking in, it would seem that DC Comics in particular ...

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Quitting Achievements or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Game

Introduced in 2005 with the launch of the Xbox 360, achievements, a system of set goals and accomplishments for gamers to complete, would be one of the most innovative and ...

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SHOVEL KNIGHT Review: Joy in Spades

It’s easy to look at 8-bit inspired visuals and gameplay through cynical eyes. The 8-bit style has become something of a mainstay for indie developers, primarily because it’s nostalgic and ...

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Latest GODZILLA Film Receives Japanese Government Award

Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla film from this summer, which made over $507 million ...
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Resident Evil is a video game series near and dear to a ...
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Dark Horse Announces PROMETHEUS, ALIENS & PREDATOR Crossover Comic

Dark Horse Comics has announced Prometheus: Fire and Stone, the first chapter ...
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CALL OF DUTY Not Coming to Wii U

On  August 20, 2014, Michael Condrey, co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, the current ...
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Ubisoft Cutting Back on Wii U, Plans Focus on Next-Gen Consoles

August 18, 2014 — Ubisoft is citing dismal sales as to why Watch Dogs will ...
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Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Speaks on RISE OF THE TOMB RAIDER Exclusivity

Originally announced at Gamescom 2014, the latest Tomb Raider game titled Rise ...
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AZURE STRIKER GUNVOLT Confirmed for eShop Release on August 29

Inti Creates, a studio known for its work on Mega Man 9, ...

Rumor: Disney Potentially Reissuing Unaltered STAR WARS Films

Comicbook.com has reported that Disney/Lucasfilm has begun plans to reissue the unaltered ...
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AKIBA’S TRIP: UNDEAD & UNDRESSED Review: Otaku Fan Service Galore

If ever there was an epitome of otaku culture, one would only ...

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Video Game Devs, Twitter, and a Lesson in Professionalism

Have you ever heard the saying, “No publicity is bad publicity”? Well,When  that doesn’t exactly hold up any longer in this day and age. In a sea of anonymous trolls and floods of raging comments, public figures find themselves having to maintain composure in some heated climates. Sometimes it’s hard for mere mortals to maintain […]

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5 Manga Series That Deserve Better Anime

Manga and anime fans tend to be spoiled for quality these days. With the huge, immensely profitable otaku audience in both America and Japan demanding it, studios and publishers are more careful than ever to have an anime line-up exactly with the manga it’s adapting. But it wasn’t always that way. Before the Internet, you […]

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By the 1920s, the automobile had gone from being a rich man’s plaything to a widely used practical mode of transportation. The auto repair industry grew out of this social change as did a whole new culture of cross-country road trips. Frank King‘s Gasoline Alley newspaper comic strip reflected this new facet of Americana with […]

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REX ROCKET Review: A Hardcore 2D Deathtrap

The first title brought to us by the talented three-man development team under Castle Pixel and the spawn of a successful Kickstarter campaign, Rex Rocket is a frenetic, fast-paced action game that requires precision and quick reflexes to beat. A throwback to the golden age of platforming, Rex Rocket is a unique mix of titles like Mega man and Metroid and is the […]

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RUMOR: DOCTOR WHO Companion Set to Exit At Christmas

Late Saturday night, The Mirror announced that Jenna Coleman, the Doctor’s current companion on Doctor Who, is set to depart the show during the annual Christmas special. This news comes as the Doctor Who cast and crew–including Coleman, new Doctor Peter Capaldi, and show runner, Steven Moffat–is in the midst of a cross-continental tour promoting […]

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HARRY POTTER’s New Diagon Alley Casts a Spell at Universal Studios Orlando

Who knew when the Wizarding World of Harry Potter first opened at Universal Studious Islands of Adventure that it was just a tease for what was to come? Hogsmeade is lovingly created, and Hogwarts is unbelievably beautiful, but or all the care and authenticity that went into it, you’ll never forget you’re in a theme […]

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CORALINE THE MUSICAL Review: Gaiman’s Fantasy Darkens the Stage

Black Button Eyes Productions, with director Ed Rutherford, is putting on their own production of Coraline, a stage musical by Stephin Merritt and David Greenspan, at the City Lit Theater. The play adapts Neil Gaiman’s dark fantasy novel for children (or adults who have not grown up too much) about a girl’s daydream of better […]

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SUPER SMASH BROS. 3DS XL Announced for Nintendo of Europe

Announced by Nintendo of Europe via Twitter, a new limited edition Super Smash Bros. variant of the 3DS XL is scheduled to hit European markets around October 3 later this year. Along with the roster of characters cast in a pallet of blacks, whites, and grays adorning the cover against a backdrop of bright red, this […]

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BLOODBORNE Aiming to Cater to a ‘Wider Audience’

Earlier on August 13, 2014, Masaaki Yamagiwa, producer for From Software, the developers behind the widely acclaimed Souls series, announced at Gamescom that the latest in this long line of controller-smashingly difficult games, Bloodborne, “will capture a wider audience” with a “new online concept and experience”. Bloodborne, set to be released sometime in 2015 and developed under the capable hands that brought […]

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New SILENT HILL from Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima With Norman Reedus Teased

On August 12, 2014, P.T., an indie horror game and the maiden title of a hitherto unknown 7780s Studio, was released onto the PlayStation Store as a demo, or, as the developers would put it, “the world’s first interactive teaser”. However, there is more to this odd little title rather than encroaching darkness and the occasional […]

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