Animal Crossing Welcome Amiibo Revealed

Animal Crossing Welcome Amiibo Revealed

During today’s Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo said it would release Animal Crossing Welcome amiibo, a version of New Leaf that includes the upcoming fall update, along with a new set of amiibo cards. The company plans to detail all the new features of the big update in a future mini-direct. The Animal Crossing New Leaf Update adds support for amiibo cards and figures.Continue reading…
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Super Mario Maker for 3DS Announced

Super Mario Maker for 3DS Announced

During a Nintendo Direct stream today, Nintendo revealed a new version of Super Mario Maker headed to Nintendo 3DS on December 2nd. Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS will feature 100 Nintendo-made courses in the box, and also allows players to connect to the internet to play courses built on the Wii U version released last year. Wii U puzzles won’t be searchable by their course ID, but will be playable in 100 Mario Challenge. Nintendo noted that not all Wii U courses will be compatible with the 3DS version. On 3DS, the full Super Mario Maker feature set will be available for course building aside from Mystery Mushrooms. Players will be able to share courses they build via local multiplayer or via StreetPass. They’ll also be able to send partially finished courses to friends in order to collaborate. Continue reading…
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Star Wars Rogue One LEGO Figures and Sets Announced

Star Wars Rogue One LEGO Figures and Sets Announced

A new line of Star Wars LEGO sets has been announced, and they’re based on the upcoming film – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Here’s a full gallery of the new LEGO sets – click right to see them all: Prices range from $25 – $90: Imperial Assault Hovertank – $29.99 AT-ST Walker – $39.99 TIE Striker – $69.99 Rebel U-Wing Fighter – $79.99 Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle $89.99 Sergeant Jyn Erso – $24.99 K-2SO – $24.99 Imperial Death Trooper – $24.99 Continue reading…
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Venice: Amy Adams Talks Anxiety and Destiny in 'Arrival'

Venice: Amy Adams Talks Anxiety and Destiny in 'Arrival'

“Playing a mathematician and a physicist is a bit far from an archer,” Jeremy Renner joked, referring to his role as Hawkeye in the Avengers films. “So I thought there’s a pretty great challenge in that.”read more
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Comic Book Reviews for August 31, 2016

Comic Book Reviews for August 31, 2016

The comics industry closed out August with a relatively smaller week, but there were still several notable releases this week. DC offered up a new wave of annual issues for books like DC Comics Bombshells, Earth 2: Society and Gotham Academy. Marvel had the usual array of Civil War II tie-ins and also featured the first team-up between the new Wolverine and Spider-Gwen in All-New Wolverine Annual #1. IDW kicked off a new ongoing Ninja Turtles comic called TMNT Universe. And it was a great week for indie comics, thanks to releases like Saga #37, East of West #29 and Jupiter’s Legacy Vol. 2 #3. Scroll down to check out our reviews for these and various other new releases, and be sure to let us know your favorite books of the week in the comments below. Continue reading…
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Inside the AFI Faculty Revolt: Has the Dean "Lost Control" or Brought Needed Change?

Inside the AFI Faculty Revolt: Has the Dean "Lost Control" or Brought Needed Change?

As Jan Schuette begins his third year as head of Hollywood’s elite film school, he faces a divided faculty and questions over new policies as players on both sides of a divided campus reveal the root of the stalemate. read more
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