Contest: Muppets Most Wanted’s Kermit the Frog T-shirts Giveaway


In celebration of the recent release of Muppets Most Wanted in theaters, we have once again teamed up with TV Store Online to give you a chance to win the Muppets Most Wanted Kermit the Frog Package. One winner will get to win a Kermit the Frog Face Juniors Green T-Shirt … Continue reading

Did Kojima cross the line with sexual abuse in MGS V: Ground Zeroes?

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For those who took the time to explore Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, they were treated with extra details on the story by collecting cassette tapes all around Camp Omega, located in the southern tip of Cuba. Many gamers have complained about the excessive cutscenes from previous Metal Gear … Continue reading

Catching Pokemon on Google Maps is a reality now


Google has been known to cook up some great April Fool’s Joke in recent years. I personally think this year they’ve outdone themselves. Tapping into our nostalgia and visceral desire to collect things, Google invested their cutting edge augmented reality technology that enables aspiring trainers to catch… Pokémon. Yes, this … Continue reading

DreamWorks animator turns son’s home videos into nerd magic


Don’t you wish you had a dad who works in the visual effects department? Well, this lucky kid here has a dad, Daniel Hashimoto, who works at DreamWorks Animation, and he turns simple home videos into something really extraordinary. It includes Batman, LEGOs, lightsabers and space adventures. In the first video, … Continue reading

Leaked video reveals Captain America’s new outfit in The Avengers: Age of Ultron


A few days ago, a YouTube video released featuring Joss Whedon apologizing to Seoul in South Korea as they were going to be shutting down a heavily used bridge to film Avengers: Age of Ultron. Whedon said, ”I’m really gratefully and excited to be filming in your city. We’re going to mess it up … Continue reading

Paley Festival: NBC’s Community Panel

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For the fifth year in a row NBC’s Community returns to the Paley Festival to bring the laughs and backstage stories. It included joking on the cancellation, guest stars, and a season six? Hosted by TV Guide’s Michael Schneider, the panel included Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna with Community cast members Joel McHale, … Continue reading

Call of Duty Championship 2014 – Day Two

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Optic Gaming (USA) went up against Strictly Business (USA). It initially started rough where Optic found themselves cornered with aggressive engagement by SB. It came to a point where Optic argued among themselves due to performance. What was occurring during this frustrating episode transpired in a Capture the Flag match, … Continue reading

NR Podcast: The Walking Dead Ep 416 ‘A’ Recap and Review

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Download | Itunes | Subscribe to RSS | Previous Episodes l Twitter We haven’t done a Walking Dead podcast in a while, but since it’s the season finale, we just couldn’t resist. Join Mike Villarreal and me as we recap and review episode 416, “A”. In the finale, we follow Rick, Carl and Michonne as they encounter the … Continue reading

Kero Blaster, tight, action-packed platforming on your iOS?

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Daisuke Amaya, the man behind the construction of pixels known as Cave Story has just released a new trailer for his upcoming game, Kero Blaster. This game is all about action-platforming, so if you’ve been hankering for something Mega Man-like, you’re in luck. While Kero Blaster doesn’t have the same … Continue reading

Call of Duty Championship 2014 – Day One


Fantastic day here in Southern California. Chris and I are here at the L.A. Live tent, doing coverage for the highly competitive Call of Duty Championship 2014. Out here on this end of the gamerverse, eSports teams from around the globe are vying for the $1 Million Prize Pool, plus … Continue reading

A Noise Within’s Macbeth now showing in Southern California


If I told you the Scottish Play was my favorite Shakespearean play, aside from Taming of the Shrew, it may reveal a bit of where my mind is at. So I won’t say Macbeth (The Scottish Play) is my favorite. If you’ve gone through high school, your English teacher may have put … Continue reading