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Nintendo Directs its attention to Bayonetta

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Nintendo Directs its attention to Bayonetta


In Nintendo’s latest Nintendo Direct, Bayonetta took the spotlight as we received a slew of information about the latest installment in the non-stop action series. The controversial main character, Bayonetta, returns for another action packed adventure. This time, however, she’ll being returning exclusively on the Nintendo’s WiiU. For those who haven’t had a chance to play the original title, don’t fret, as retail versions of Bayonetta 2 will be coming packed with the first game for $59.99. But if you want to go all digital, you can buy Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 for a total of $59.98. Read On

Nintendo bringing the Holiday Fun

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Nintendo bringing the Holiday Fun

With the next-gen console war in full swing and the PS4 in first place, the biggest question is: who’s going to be number 2? Before E3 2014, it was assumed that Xbox One might have a trick up their sleeve to either knock the PS4 off it’s perch or something to solidify 2nd place.

While Nintendo certainly brought their A Game to E3, they took it a step further with this year’s holiday release list and some surprises which truly make me want to pick up a Wii U.

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Review: Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition

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Review: Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition

Diablo 3:Reaper of Souls has finally been released for current and last gen consoles. This iteration of the least favored addition to the Diablo series is something of a godsend for the series. As some of you may know, when Diablo 3 first came out in 2012, it was almost universally panned as the worst Diablo game in the series for its simplified gameplay, terrible story, and general disregard for what made its predecessors so compelling. But, like any Diablo fan, I picked up D3 on PC and got burned to the point that I couldn’t bring myself to play the game for a year.

Then, Diablo 3 came to consoles, and I decided to give it a shot and I was pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable the experience was, terrible story notwithstanding. At the time, I declared that the console version of Diablo 3 was the best version, and I still stand by that assessment of the original Diablo 3. Since then, however, the PC version received multiple updates and has righted almost every wrong it committed upon its initial release. And with the release of Reaper of Souls, Diablo 3 has transformed into an entirely different game.

With that being said, let’s take a look at Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition. Read On

Feature: Let’s talk about Hideo Kojima’s P.T.

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Feature: Let’s talk about Hideo Kojima’s P.T.

During Gamescom 2014, Sony revealed a trailer for a new game that was so scary you might involuntarily evacuate your bowels. Of course I thought “this can’t possibly be true, this is all just a part of the hype machine. Right? Right?!” Wrong. P.T. is possibly one of the scariest console games I’ve ever had the misfortune of playing. And here’s the thing about it, it’s not even a full game. It’s literally just a “Playable Teaser”, hence the name “P.T.”, for a game that is developed by 7780s Studio and may or may not play like the teaser. Of course, if you choose to read on, I will spoil what the game actually is and try to walk you through it. So if you want to play it, you can pick up P.T. for free on the PlayStation Network store.

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The Broken Token Giveaway!

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The Broken Token Giveaway!

Are you up to your eyeballs in board games and expansions? Are your feet sore from finding meeples the hard way?  Our friends at The Broken Token want to help you GET ORGANIZED!

If you listened to today’s podcast then this is the post you’ve been waiting for! Here’s your chance to win $25 free bucks good at the TheBrokenToken.com and bring some order to that mess you call your game closet. With The Token’s high quality organizers, made with lasers and all the care that a geek can give, your copy of Lords of Waterdeep, 7 Wonders, Smash Up or many more can be the envy of your gaming table!

Click the link and find out how you can win!

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Comic-Issues Podcast #185 – Getting Organized with The Broken Token

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Comic-Issues Podcast #185 – Getting Organized with The Broken Token

Greetings dear listener!  Are you a gaming fanatic? Is your closet over flowing with game boards, dice, and cards galore?  You, dear geek need to get organized, and The Broken Token is here to help!

This week on the podcast Anthony is joined by Ashley Taylor of The Broken Token to talk about the incredible compatible organizers that they make for the table top world, and games like King of Tokyo, Lords of Waterdeep, and 7 Wonders.  Find out how a company begins in the garage with a dream and an idea for making table top gaming easier, to within a year’s time shaking hands with Wil Wheaton and Antoine Bauza!

It’s a must listen podcast for table top fans everywhere!

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DK Marvel 75th Giveaway

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DK Marvel 75th Giveaway

If you haven’t heard yet Marvel Comics is celebrating its 75th anniversary. DK Publishing has joined in the festivities with the release of the much anticipated Marvel Comics: 75 Years of Cover Art hardback book. It’s certainly a sight to be seen, as it features some of the greatest covers in all of Marvel Comics history. We are also joining in the fun, with the best way to celebrate:  A GIVEAWAY!!!

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Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro Team Up For “Silent Hills”

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Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro Team Up For “Silent Hills”

Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) have teamed up to produce the next game in Konami’s Silent Hill series. The game will star Norman Reedus, best known for his roles as Murphy McManus in the cult film The Boondock Saints and more recently as Daryl Dixon on the massively successful TV series The Walking Dead.

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