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Jon Richard

Born in on the chilly east coast of Canada, Jon has grow up to enjoy the warm glow of the television screen. Growing up on everything from the A-Team to Buffy the Vampire Slayer this led him to fall in love with all types of genres. This love quickly spread to film, music, and pretty much anything with a plot and pictures. A gamer geek at heart he’s never left a form of media behind, which has become a costly habit. With a dream of working in the film industry someday, he’s currently of educating himself on everything that is media.

Video Games

Yesterday evening the internet was a buzz after hints of a new Pokemon game being revealed today were released. This morning on the Japanese television show ‘Pokemon Smash’ Game Freak director Junichi Masuda took to the stage and delivered the big news. For the first time in the franchises history

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Video Games

With Sony’s announcement that Killzone 3‘s multiplayer is going the free to play route, it reminded me of all the free multiplayer betas that have been springing up over the last few weeks. Games such as Gotham City Impostors, Starhawk, and Twisted Metal have all launched early free to play betas to allow gamers

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Video Games

Anyone who tuned into then newest Walking Dead tonight, got treated to a brand spanking new MASS EFFECT 3 trailer, entitled Take Back Earth. The trailer which is embed below showcases the reaper invasion landing on planet earth. This would be the first time we are actually shown earth in the Mass

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NewsVideo Games

Well the event is now underway, Mojang has sat down and took on the challenge of creating a brand new game in only sixty short hours. The game itself is the result of earlier polls posted by Mojang and the Humble Bundle group (whom they are making the new game

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Video Games

A few days ago Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert along with the good people at Double Fine (Psychonauts) put forth an amazing project.

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Video Games

Earlier in the week members of various gaming boards set forth with a mission. That mission was to sent a message to the gaming developer Valve through protest. However, unlike most protests that aim to have their message heard through malicious intent, these people took a different route. The plan

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Video Games

While their fan base may not be as big as Madden or Call of Duty’s, the WWE ’12 community is still rather large and most often ignored. That is why this newest content patch release yesterday for THQ’s WWE ’12 was so important. The game series which was just recently reformatted from

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Video Games

I’ve decided that since most of my gaming time is spend playing older titles over again. I would create a space to talk about what made these games great, and why perhaps someone like yourselves should go back and give theses games a whirl. I’ve appropriately titled this segment ‘When Old is New’

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Video Games

Sad news this morning after Blizzard entertainment released this statement earlier this morning. Blizzard has indeed announced that the next Blizzcon will only be held in 2013, as well as their Battle.net Championship being moved to Asia this year. For those planning to make the pilgramige this year, this comes

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Video Games

Along with the announcement of a fifth film, Capcom has revealed that Resident Evil 6 is indeed on its way. While the announcement isn’t exactly too shocking the trailer did bring some fresh light to the aging franchise. First and foremost the scope of the sixth installment of the popular horror franchise is far

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Movies

Project X is the brainchild of already seasoned party movie producer Todd Phillips (The Hangover, Old School). The movie plans to take audiences in deeper than any other so called party movie has ever done before. Adopting the ever popular found footage style of filming, the film follows three high school nobodies

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Video Games

The monthly subscription for most MMO’s are often the quickest thing people choose to complain about when attempting to start into a new game. While most well established MMO’s on the market boast an average monthly subscription fee of fifteen dollars a month, some are consumers are voicing concern over whether or not a newer

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Video Games

Over the years many Pokemon conspiracy theories and fan art have hit the web. One such theory explored the idea of the true first generation of Pokemon, Pokemon Generation Zero. The game takes place before the events of the first three games (Red, Blue, and Green) and tells the origin

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Video Games

For those of you have zipped through Batman: Arkham City and are still looking for a Gotham city fix, TT Games has you covered. Earlier during the holiday season certain stores let slip various LEGO products based on the upcoming Batman game. Now that we have entered the new year,

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Video Games

Most people know what to expect when it comes to games based on featured films. Companies forced to turn out a half made game in order for it to coincide with the films release date. However, over the last few years games based on films have started to become somewhat respectable. Activision

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Music

After watching numerous ads about surviving the holiday The Darkest Hour opened to fairly average reviews. The film hoped to create a an atmosphere of panic and fear, and the soundtrack helps this feeling tremendously.

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