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This year’s E3 has come and gone, with all the game trailers, gameplay reveals, and cosplay. This year’s E3 featuring a number of predictable outcomes, but also quite a few surprises. While some conferences were rather hit or miss, the big three did fairly amazing jobs, and even Ubisoft had   Read More ...

The major game publisher presentations for E3 2017 have come and gone, and with them came many surprises. Some were of smaller yet equally impressive scale of AAAs. Others were the continuations of blockbuster hits of the past, however there was one game announcement that has sort of hit the   Read More ...

World of Sport Wrestling returned to British television, for the first time in three decades, on New Year’s Eve. In a special two-hour pilot on the UK’s second-largest channel ITV, history was remembered and new stars were established. The show which improved as it went along, featured the great and   Read More ...

In a night where former champions were on the receiving end throughout, the once great Ronda Rousey was badly exposed by Amanda Nunes. Rousey; whose tear through the amateur and professional MMA ranks, via armbar submissions, will be remembered as one of the great storylines of the Zuffa-era; was completely   Read More ...

The wrestling calendar year, once again, started out with a bang, as New Japan presented their traditional January 4th show from the Tokyo Dome. ‘Wrestle Kingdom 10’ was a watershed event headlined by two 5* matches; Kazuchika Okada vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles. The event also   Read More ...

I was a Nintendo kid growing up. We did own non-Nintendo consoles, but my first experience with video games is with the Nintendo Entertainment System. Many memories of playing the Super Mario Bros. series of games. Also games like Duck Hunt or Excitebike with my siblings. It’s hard to forget   Read More ...

When it comes to the idea of Virtual Reality, I was always curious about it. However, the price point and computer requirements in order to get things like the Oculus and Vive up and running were something I wasn’t ready to invest that much money into. So when the Playstation   Read More ...

So Bazooka has released some new candy based on popular gaming and anime/manga franchise Yo-Kai Watch. I received both flavors; regular and sour. The first thing I noticed besides the rather shiny, large, and silver package was the fact that the scent could be smelled even through what seemed like   Read More ...

Usually when people think TNA they don’t give it much thought, these days TNA has, despite all the behind the scenes situation, slowly become an entertaining wrestling product. With some fairly decent technical wrestling matches, gimmicks, and storylines, TNA is in a way crawling it’s way back up to the   Read More ...

As people continue to become more and more connected, gaming companies are trying to find new ways to interact and engage with users. Whether it’s through addictive apps or social networking, there’s no question that people love to share things and love playing games even more. They also love to   Read More ...

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