‘Monster Hunter Rise’ Receives The Golden Treatment


 Amiibo are back, baby! There are three new amiibo (including a supersized Magnamalo) being released alongside Monster Hunter Rise at the end of the week. And another three Monster Hunter amiibo coming this summer to celebrate the release of Monster Hunter Stories 2. But perhaps the coolest Monster Hunter amiibo are the golden counterparts […]
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Astral Chain is a Slice of Gaming Heaven


 There are games, and then there are games. When I first saw snippets of Astral Chain for Nintendo Switch a year ago, I thought it was just filler material to pad out Nintendo’s release schedule. The only thing that made it even remotely stand out in the lineup was the developer behind it – […]
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  • 2 Years ago
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Chris Rock Slams Democrats: “You Let The Pandemic Come In”


 Chris Rock did not mince words in a recent interview with the New York Times. The 55-year-old comedian lambasted Democrat politicians throughout parts of the interview, particularly House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for distracting the United States with doomed impeachment proceedings leading up to the COVID pandemic. Pelosi also encouraged Americans to visit Chinatown in […]
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  • 1 Year ago
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Conflict Between US and China ‘More Likely’ Now, Singapore PM Cautions


 According to Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, conflict between the US and China is more likely now than it was five years ago. PM Lee’s warning arouse during an interview with the BBC, where he cautioned that the two countries could clash if their differences aren’t worked out peacefully. “The US is still […]
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  • 6 Months ago
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Review: Has ‘Wonder Boy’ Stumbled With ‘Asha In Monster World’ Remake?


 Good old 2012. I remember the year fondly. It was a simpler time. Nowadays we have to endure the horror of seeing the world collapsing and all of our previously trusted institutions along with it before our very eyes, but back then we could only speculate about the apocalypse through vague interpretations of an […]
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Pickup Truck Stolen While Owner Was Robbing a Store


 The early thief gets the truck. In a twist of instant karma, surveillance cameras in the city of Kennewick show a Washington state man had his truck stolen at 6 in the morning while he was in the process of stealing from a store across the street. YakTriNews reports that the 1992 Chevy pickup […]
  • by Alan Hobbs
  • 2 Years ago
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Three Consecutive Polls Show Increasing Number of African-Americans Support Trump


 When Rasmussen released a poll showing 34% of African-Americans support President Trump, it was considered by many to be an outlier. Shortly after, Emerson College Polling showed nationwide support for Trump among African-Americans to be around 34.5%. The second poll certainly added legitimacy to the original results, but could also be considered a fluke. […]
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  • 2 Years ago
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First Impressions: Everything Wrong With The ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot


 The highly anticipated reboot of the classic 90s cartoon Animaniacs is almost here, and the streaming service Hulu has dropped yet another trailer for the upcoming season. Unfortunately, for animation nerds and fans of the original series, the most recent trailer is probably less impressive than initially hoped. For starters, what’s up with the […]
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  • 11 Months ago
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Movie Review: ‘Dune’ Spices Things Up In Long-Awaited Reboot


 There’s a lot riding on 2021’s Dune film adaptation. Not only does it have to live up to the expectations of faithfully bringing Frank Herbert’s groundbreaking, genre-defining 1965 masterpiece of a novel to life, it also has to live up to the high expectations that inherently come along with being a film directed by […]
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This Horrifying Fish Is Actually Very Sweet And Affectionate To Humans


 As the old saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover”. And the wolffish is living proof of that statement. Despite their creepy-looking faces and menacing teeth that often protrude out of their faces, Atlantic wolffish aren’t actually dangerous and don’t pose a threat to humans. Of course, we didn’t always know that […]
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Metroid: The Dark Lore Behind Nintendo’s Sci-Fi Masterpiece


 It’s an exciting time to be a Metroid fan. With the announcement of the October release of Metroid Dread, the fifth and reportedly final installment of the core Metroid saga, as well as confirmation that the long-awaited Metroid Prime 4 is currently in development and due next year, there is no better time to […]
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“Evolving Skies”: The Other Pokémon TCG Set Coming This Summer


 While fans of the Pokémon trading card game have been enjoying exclusive KFC promo cards while they patiently wait for the highly anticipated Chilling Reign expansion due in June, The Pokémon Company has revealed yet another set that’s slated for release later this summer. The upcoming set is called Evolving Skies, and it’s likely a […]
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How To Finally Evolve Eevee To Sylveon In Pokémon GO


 After years of waiting, Pokémon fans will finally be able to get their hands on Sylveon for the first time in the popular Pokémon GO app. Developer Niantic announced the final Eeveelution will be available on May 25th, 2021. The Fairy-type evolution of Eevee will debut in Part 2 of the Luminous Legends Y […]
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