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  • 11Jul

    Ryan Reynolds cast as Green Lantern

    Ryan Reynolds is moving from Marvel into the DC Universe. Reynolds was tapped yesterday to play Green Lantern. The Warner-Bros film is being directed by Martin Campbell and produced by Donald De Line and Greg Berlanti. The rumors started earlier in the week when Jared Leto and Justin Timberlake joined Reynolds with testing for the role. The deal is not sealed yet, but if Reynolds takes the role he’ll be the only actor to play both a Marvel and a DC character. Deadpool is still set to get his own spinoff movie and Reynolds is still attached to that.

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  • 11Jul

    VIZ announces a new label and a new Manga!

    Viz Media have announced that they have a new Manga label in their midst, which they are calling Shonen Sunday. To coincide with the launch of their new label, they are releasing a new Manga series called “RIN-NE” by Rumiko Takahashi, who is probably best known for the series “INUYASHA”. What makes it even better is that for the first time ever the North American launch of this Manga is happening at the same time it is being launched in Japan! “RIN-NE” tells the story of Sakura Mamiya. As a child Sakura disappeared on a venture behind her Grandma’s house, however she returned safely enough but with added ghost-seeing abilities. Now she is a teenager and she just wants the ghosts to leave her alone! Also, the seat next to her at school has always been empty since the beginning of the school year. One day the seat is no

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  • 11Jul

    Win a Rock Band gift card from Pepsi & GamingAngels

    Pepsi and Harmonix have launched a summer Drink up, Rock Out promotion where gamers can submit their own Rock Band videos for a chance to win an MTV Video Music Award Moonman. The award will be for “Best Performance in a Pepsi Rock Band Music Video”. The Moonman will make a nice addition to any gamers collection, but there are other things to win as well. Pepsi is giving away 5,000 Rock Band downloadable tracks every day until September 13th, 2009. They’ve also given us two $20 Rock Band gift cards to give out. Here is how you can be entered to win: 1) Retweet about the contest using the following gets you one entry into contest: “Win Pepsi Rock Band dollars over at @GamingAngels .com! Where women love to rock out! http://tinyurl.com/lhb8ea” 2) Comment here about your favorite Rock Band song and what song you wish Harmonix would add

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  • 11Jul

    Kids have fun at Nintendo Starfy launch

    Nintendo held a Starfy launch event at Nintendo World in New York earlier today. Kids of all ages showed up and had a blast getting to know the Legendary Starfy. Emilie M and her daughter Starrlene had fun playing the game as moms and daughters tried out the new title. Kids also got to meet Starfy at the Nintendo World store. Nintendo has one more event coming up in New York for Wii Sports Resort.

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  • 11Jul

    Detroit Metal City – The Movie

    Everyone has a dream. Some of us want to be movie stars, doctors, scientists. Soichi’s (played by Matsuyama Ken’ichi, Death Note’s L) dream is to be a stylish musician, preferably performing and writing super drippy syrupy sweet pop songs. In order to pursue this dream, he moves from the family farm to Tokyo and spends his university life with other like-minded pop music friends. All that changes once school is over, and he finds himself living a double life. By day, he stands on the street corner with his guitar, happily strumming & swaying his way through his incredibly corny songs. At night, he is a part of Detroit Metal City, a death metal band playing to packed, tiny live houses, as Krauser, the band’s lead vocalist. Detroit Metal City is not his dream. Following his own motto “No Music, No Dream”, Soichi is determined to break out of DMC

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  • 11Jul

    Big Bang Mini Review

    Platform: DS ERSB: E for Everyone Genre: Shooter Number of Players: 1-2 player Publisher: SouthPeak Release Date: Jan 21, 2009 Official Website Buy A delightful yet challenging 2-D shooter for the DS, Big Bang Mini offers hours of pyrotechnic fun in easy pick up and play form. The premise is simple; blast your enemies away by launching colourful fireworks at them while keeping your ship out of harm’s way. Make sure you have a comfortable stylus and are in your best gaming position as you get ready to be immersed in the crazy fun that is Big Bang Mini. Your stylus is your all-purpose weapon. In the beginning you’ll be launching your explosives with a quick flick of the stylus upwards on the screen, either straight or angled, as you try to get the best shot possible towards your target. You’ll also be dragging your ship to safety from wave

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  • 11Jul

    Video Games Live Rocks the Month of July

    Video Games Live (VGL) rocks the month of July with a set of unique concert series.

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