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Even Mike Tyson Can’t Beat Mike Tyson in Punch-Out

When I was growing up, Punch-Out was one of my favorite games. Yes, in a lot of ways it was a celebration of racism, but it was still one of the best boxing games ever made. Even today, I have the game, and I’ll sometimes boot it up when I’m feeling the need to trounce more »

There may be a $350 Xbox One available in 2 weeks

Rumor alert, everyone! We have an alleged ad-scan. Supposedly, $350 Xbox One units will be on sale at Kmart from November 9-15, 2014. These Black Friday sales start sooner every year. This supposed $350 Xbox One sale was brought to the attention of the internet by The Big Louie on Twitter. The user didn’t say more »

Wednsday deserves her own Addams Family game

Here in the mystical glade, I don’t own a television. Instead, I focus all my Elven magic on ensuring a solid internet connection. That means that instead of TV shows, I watch a lot of YouTube series. Amongst my favorites are certain video game themed shows, like The Completionist, and of course, Adult Wednesday Addams, more »

NBA Live tries to capitalize on NBA 2K15 server issues

Touting that your server works isn’t the most ringing endorsement for your game. It’s not unlike promising that the game will boot up when you start it. We shouldn’t be surprised, since the first wave of news about the game promised NBA players would look like NBA players. In the sad state the NBA Live more »

Have you seen the Bayonetta 2 commercial yet?

I thought I was having a “senior moment,” even though I’m only 31, the other day. I had Comedy Central on as white noise in the background while I was playing Super Smash Bros, and I could have sworn I heard someone say something about Bayonetta 2. I figured I was crazy and had Nintendo more »

NYCC 2014: LEGO Batman 3 pulls out all the stops

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is shaping up to be another awesome game in the series. It was the subject of a New York Comic Con panel which revealed how extensive the character list is. In addition to Batman and Robin, there will be appearances from Detective Chimp, Mad Hatter, Deadshot, Deathstroke , the Music more »

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Watch Letterman for Hatsune Miku (Update)

Oh man, something monumental is happening tonight. Remember how Hatsune Miku was the opening act for Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP tour, and how her Project Diva came to the US in 2013? That was only the beginning. Ahead of the November 18, 2014 release of and the Miku Expo performances in Los Angeles and New York, more »

This Week in Zombies for the week of Oct. 6

You’ve probably noticed that the entertainment industry has a love affair with zombies that shows no signs of ending anytime soon. Whether it’s the brutal shamblers of The Walking Dead, or the playfully goofy creatures in Plants vs. Zombies, these brain-eating baddies are fueling our books, movies, games and imaginations. We’d be doing history a more »

Skylanders Trap Team promotion has Adam Carolla prank kids

Don’t get angry when you read that headline. This isn’t a mean Adam Carolla prank. It’s a good one, done in the name of Skylanders Trap Team hype. Let me explain. When I was about five or six years old, my cousin’s step brothers and sister wanted to do something nice for me. We were more »

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Sonic Boom TV show and game explode this November

Prepare for a blast. The new Sonic series has official launch dates. I’m not just talking about the Sonic Boom video games. I’m talking about the TV show too. Everything is set to kick off this November, so prepare to hear all of the kids you know (as well as the ones who are kids more »

Angry Birds movie assembles all-star comedy cast

You’re making an Angry Birds movie and you need an all-star voice cast. Who do you get? How about Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses), Josh Gad (Frozen), Danny McBride (This is the End, Eastbound and Down), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live, The Skeleton Twins), Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live, Bridesmaids) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones, more »

Shadow of Mordor is 2014′s biggest pleasant surprise

We heard loads about Titanfall, Watch Dogs and Destiny leading into 2014. But Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor came from nowhere. I did a preview a a few weeks back, and things looked intriguing. The finished product is getting great reviews right now. After a year in which the biggest games either got delayed to more »