‘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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Bendable Joy-Cons could be Coming to Nintendo Switch


 In a move that is likely to excite Nintendo fans everywhere, the company recently submitted an application for a US patent on bendable Joy-Cons. The conceptual design shows a pair of Joy-Cons with hinges on each side that allow the top half of the controller to bend. Such a controller would offer a much […]
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Trump Agrees That Joe Rogan Should Host A 4-Hour Debate Between Him And Joe Biden


 President Donald Trump expressed strong interest in having podcaster/comedian/fight commentator Joe Rogan moderating a lengthy 4-hour debate between him and candidate Joe Biden. Former UFC fighter Tim Kennedy tweeted “On my podcast with @joerogan he offered to moderate a debate between @JoeBiden and @realDonaldTrump It would be four hours with no live audience. Just […]
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‘The Girl From The Other Side’ Receives Anime Adaptation


 Everyone loves a good old-fashioned fairytale. Case in point, The Girl From the Other Side, a popular manga series that centers around an enchanting little girl named Shiva and her mysterious (some might say creepy) guardian known only as “Teacher”. Written and illustrated by Nagabe, the manga series started in Japanese magazine Monthly Comic […]
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Star Wars Secrets: The Untold Love Life of Darth Vader


 The Star Wars universe has a storied history containing tales of intrigue that are both canon and non-canon. From theories that Jar Jar Binks is a Sith Lord, to the disturbing lore behind Jawas, almost no stone has been left unturned in a galaxy far, far away. One story that raised many eyebrows among […]
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‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 6 Review: Bill Burr In Space


 The sixth episode of The Mandalorian is another self-contained story chronicling the adventures of everyone’s favorite bounty hunter on the run. Directed by Rick Famuyiwa, this latest installment of the Star Wars spin-off series spins a good yarn. Baby Yoda plays an even smaller role here than it did in the previous episode, but […]
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Trump Sets Record With Third Nobel Peace Prize Nomination


 Nearly a month before the US election, President Donald Trump has received his third Nobel Peace Prize nomination. Noted law professor David Flint along with four Australian law professors are nominating Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize, citing the “Trump Doctrine” as a primary driver for the decision. “He has, firstly, common sense, […]
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Pokémon Fossil Tour Highlights Dinosaurs That Inspired The Series


 By now everyone knows the Pokémon series was largely inspired by the bug-collecting and battling days of creator Satoshi Tajiri’s childhood days. But it’s often forgotten what an outsized role prehistoric creatures played in the development of the series; after all, evolution itself serves as a primary aspect of Pokémon. With that in mind, […]
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‘Simpsons’ Creator Matt Groening Remains Defiant: “I’m Proud Of Apu”


 In a world where the past is increasingly being either forgotten or re-written to suit modern tastes and sensibilities, many characters from America’s most sacred pop culture institutions have been either tweaked or outright cancelled at the whims of woke critics. Perhaps none more beloved than Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the entrepreneurial Indian immigrant from the […]
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Everything We Know About ‘Sonic: The Card Game’


 This year marks Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th anniversary, and Sega is doing everything it can to celebrate the blue blur’s birthday properly. As if launching his own energy drink, releasing a live-action film, and developing a deluxe remastered version of Sonic Colors wasn’t enough – now we know Sonic is getting his own card […]
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‘Danganronpa’ Is Heading To Mobile Devices For Its Latest Release


 Everyone’s favorite twisted visual novel series is coming to iOS and Android devices! Danganronpa is currently in development for mobile devices as a port of the third installment in the series Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.  The release of this mobile port coincides with Danganronpa‘s 10th Anniversary. This continues a recent tradition as the first […]
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World’s First Full-Fledged Godzilla Ride Coming Soon


 After decades of delighting (and terrifying) audiences around the world, Godzilla will finally be taking his thrills outside of the cinema and into an amusement park this year. The popular Kaiju will star in his first permanent ride which will launch at Seibuen Amusement Park in Japan. The ride will debut during the park’s […]
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Life Finds A Way: Prosthetic T-Rex Arms For Chickens Are A Thing Now


 Just when you thought it was safe to visit the countryside, chickens started to devolve back into their dinosaur ancestors. … Okay, not really, but you still might see some chickens running around with tiny T-Rex arms. The plastic dino-themed arms were first available as 3D printing files for chicken owners to print out […]
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Stop Laughing: Science Proves That T-Rex Arms Were No Joke In Real Life


 Among all of the dinosaurs known to man, the Tyrannosaurus Rex (often shortened simply to T-Rex) is undoubtedly the most well-known prehistoric predator on the planet. Travel anywhere in the world and show the locals a line-up of dinosaur faces, and the T-Rex will likely be the most recognizable of the bunch. A lot […]
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