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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Coming To 3DS This Summer, With Pins

by Peter Paltridgeon April 28, 2016
Atlus is bringing Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse to North America in the summer of 2016, the company announced today. They also revealed a special giveaway for those who preorder or manage to get a copy first-day: the first shipment of copies will contain three custom pins from out of the game. One depicts the […]
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New Civil War Film Spot, Courtesy Of Contest Of Champions

by Peter Paltridgeon April 28, 2016
Civil War’s a-brewin’ everywhere in the Marvel Universe. In the movies, in the comics, and now it’s even spread to a phone app. According to Marvel, here’s how their superhero game Contest of Champions has been changed by the battle between Captain America and Iron Man: New Gameplay Features Entering The Contest: · Choose your […]

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DreamWorks Animation Absorbed By Comcast

by Peter Paltridgeon April 28, 2016
DreamWorks Animation is finalizing a deal to sell itself to NBC Universal, a division of Comcast, Variety reported today. Shrek, Po the panda, Junior Asparagus and Lassie will all be Comcast brands when the deal closes at the end of 2016. Universal is paying $3.7 billion, which is close to the $3.96 billion Disney paid […]
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Happy National Superhero Day!

by Alex Beanon April 28, 2016
Yes, perhaps you didn’t realize it but today is National Superhero Day and that means you can dress up like your favorite superhero without it being Halloween. A recent survey from social media platform SKOUT discovered that women’s favorite superhero is Batman and that men’s favorite is Superman. Among the survey’s other findings: •More than […]

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Witcher Developer CD Project Wants To Just Make Great Games

by Todd Blackon April 27, 2016
In an industry like video game, the line for “success” is sometimes blurry. Financial success is key to continue, that’s true, but if it comes at the cost of making a great game, sales will end up falling through in later titles. For CD Projekt, their focus is to deliver great titles, and not worry […]
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“Lucky Star” And “Project Itoh” Movies Announced For UK Release

by Grant Whiteon April 27, 2016
Anime Limited have today announced the licensing of Lucky Star and two of the Project Itoh films. Lucky Star is a comedy anime focussing on the female otaku Konata Izumi and her school friends, making fun of life, fandom and the 4th wall. Anime Limited plan to release the show to Blu-ray this September and […]

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Nintendo’s Next Mobile Ventures Will Be Fire Emblem And Animal Crossing Related

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2016
Nintendo had no problem selling its first mobile title, Miitomo, to the masses. Japan ate it right up, and America followed suit. What’s next? Today during their financial earnings report, Nintendo revealed what they were thinking of: Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing. Unlike Miitomo, which was more of a social media experiment, these will be […]
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Nintendo NX Launching March 2017, And Other Depressing News

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2016
All the rumors and scant evidence seemed to be suggesting Nintendo’s next console would definitely be launching this fall. Barely anything has been announced for Wii U past the summer and developers have had dev kits since mid-2015. Today, during a financial earnings announcement, Nintendo finally came out with it: the NX will officially launch […]

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Review: Is “Daimidaler” Giant Robot Action or Offensive Sexual Culture?

by Chad Boninon April 27, 2016
Turning lust and love into power and energy would allow the Internet to power itself and the rest of the world, but for the warriors of Daimidaler, it’s the only thing allowing them to power their giant robots against the forces of evil. In this case, the evil forces are an inter-dimensional penguin army bent […]
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Interview: Building “The Loud House” with Chris Savino

by Ed Liuon April 27, 2016
Like many kids, Chris Savino enjoyed a steady diet of cartoons and comic strips when he was young, but didn’t realize that animation was a career choice until late in high school. He immersed himself in all the animation books he could find in his local libraries, and discovered the Ren & Stimpy “Big House […]