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Watch: Batman Fight Foes In ‘Arkham Origins: Blackgate’ Trailer
Still mad that Bat Affleck will be portraying the Dark Knight in the upcoming Man Of Steel sequel? Well, don't worry, you can take your…
Nintendo Wii U Gets a Rap Review
"Some people rap, some do reviews, we do both at the same time," reads the modus operandi of rapping critics Sam and Brandon. Since September,…
Check Out the New Nintendo Wii U
Nintendo is rolling out the brand new Wii U console—their first new gaming system in six years.
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