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May 4, 2016
Since Nintendo announced last week that its next console, the NX, will be released in March 2017 alongside the highly anticipated Zelda game for both the new system and the Wii U, gamers have been asking many questions. What does this mean for the Wii U? Will the NX Zelda be superior to its Wii...
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Respawn Entertainment, the development studio behind the Titanfall series, is teaming up with EA to develop a third-person action adventure game based in the Star Wars universe, according to an official statement on EA’s company website. The studio joins several other studios (including Visceral Games, DICE, Capital Games, BioWare, Motive) presently working on Star Wars...
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  As I live in the UK, I have been blessed by the old gods and the new because Captain America: Civil War was released a week early. I saw it on opening night, and boy was I impressed. I think it’s fair to say that this is my favourite MCU film to date. Why,...
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The Master Quast Podcast crew talks the latest in Nintendo news featuring the announcements from the Nintendo quarterly shareholder’s meeting such as the delay of Zelda Wii U, we talk about the Xbox One hardware upgrade possibly coming to E3, and give our review of Dengeki Bunko (Final Climax)! Don’t forget to email us any questions you...
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Today it’s been revealed that Internet sensation and fictional ghoul “The Slender Man” is about to get the Hollywood treatment, originally created when Something Awful forums organised a contest where members were challenged with making random photographs appear paranormal. One member named Eric Knudson posted two photos of children with the creepy apparition standing eerily...
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The Sega Mega Drive, better known in North America as the Sega Genesis was Sega’s 3rd console, following the Master System and released first in Japan in 1988, and then lastly finding it’s way to Europe in 1990. The Me Drive sold over 35 million units world-wide and has quite the reputation, with many in...
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