When I was growing up, I needed braces. This was all well and good, but I still had a few loose baby teeth that needed to come out before I could go through with it. Instead of having them pulled by the dentist, which I was vehemently not in favor of, my parents offered me an alternative. For every tooth I managed to pull out myself, they got me one pack of Pokémon Cards. I’m not ashamed to tell you, well maybe a little, that I pulled each of those teeth out myself and got some decent cards in those packs. Thankfully, I don’t have to pull out any teeth to play the new free Pokémon Trading Card Game Online.
No..it's for real this time! Bethesda, publishers of the Fallout franchise announced today in a press release that the Lonesome Road add-on pack as well as two additional DLC packs – Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners’ Arsenal – will be available late September.
Last week, In one of the most stunning sports brawls to ever be recorded, the Georgetown Hoyas players from the Good Ol' US of A exhibited some "unsportsmanlike conduct" in what was supposed to be a friendly game between the
As a frequenter of the Playstation Network service, I’ve always wanted them to have a sale similar to Xbox’s Summer of Arcade. Starting next week, that wish will come true as Playstation Network PLAY titles begin to go on sale. Not only will there be a free game offered to any who download all four games in the lineup, but a multitude of other bonuses await.
Here are the facts: Black Dynamite is one of the greatest movies of our time; Black Dynamite once killed Chuck Norris and brought him back to life, just to make a point; Black Dynamite once stood toe-to-toe with The Man, with The Man backing away for fear of his own well-being. After watching the pilot we might have to add one more fact: Black Dynamite might be the best movie-based cartoon since The Real Ghostbusters.
While eagerly awaiting Star Fox 64 3D on my 3DS, having thoroughly beaten Ocarina of Time 3D, I’ve gotten the chance to dig a bit more into the virtual console on the system. Believe it or not, the very first gaming console, portable or otherwise, that I ever owned was Nintendo’s own Game Boy. The classics are slipping in and the opportunity to play these beloved portable games is one I would advise you not to miss.