Daily Archives: June 28, 2013

Wonder Who Would Win Between Batman and Deadpool?

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Nintendo: Fans Want Lots of Mario

Charlie Scibetta, the senior director of corporate communications at Nintendo of America, recently had an interview in which he said the number of Mario games coming out in recent years is “the right number.” He also said that it’s because that’s what the fans want, rather than new IPs.

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State of Decay Gets Second Title Update

The hugely popular State of Decay has received its second title update thus fixing many upon many bugs which plagued the game.

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Why Marvel’s Upcoming Mighty Avengers Is a Good Change

Whether it has been brought up or not, it’s safe to say that this might be another step Marvel has taken for the better.

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Former Ubisoft and THQ creative director: “The future is digital, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

The war between digital and physical copies has been constantly going for the last few years, especially after the details were revealed about the Xbox One policies. Steam is one of the services which has led the way for the digital PC market, with most PC games available through the service. However many people (myself […]
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Larfleeze #1 Review

Larfleeze #1 Written by: Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis Art by: Scott Kolins

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Mike Deodato’s Guardians of the Galaxy #5 B&W

Mike Deodato’s Guardians of the Galaxy #5 B&W artwork below featuring Angela!

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Justice League #21 Review

Justice League #21 Written by: Geoff Johns Art by: Gary Frank

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Batman/Superman #1 Review

Batman/Superman #1 Written by: Greg Pak Art by: Jae Lee

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Just Add Water Wants To Remake Metal Gear Solid

British developer Just Add Water has answered Hideo Kojima’s call for a Metal Gear Solid remake on Kojima’s new FOX engine.

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The Last of Us Debuts Number 1 In Japan

Naughty Dog’s post apocalyptic adventure The Last of Us has debuted at number 1 in the Japanese charts.

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