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Last year, when ol' Matt and ol' Trey revealed they signed a mega-deal with Paramount for multiple new seasons of South Park as well as fourteen Paramount+ specials, the possibility of a third video game was also raised. Today...
Cuphead stuff sure takes a long time to make. I remember doing write-ups on the original game for several years before it came out. Every E3 it would make an appearance, no closer to release than before. I could...
To all those who were wondering why Garfield wasn't part of the lineup when Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl launched last October...you didn't have to wait long. As of this month, the fat cat is here to party. We hope you...
Earthworm Jim is back! No worries, this isn't about the video game sequel in development for the scam uh, business venture Intellivision Amico. In fact, we pledge to NEVER bring you any news story about the Intellivision Amico here....
It didn't take long after the leak for Warner Bros to officially admit they were working on a Smash Bros clone with all their IPs in it. Multiversus has been announced for 2022 release on consoles and PC. All the...
These days it seems like every big corporation with a library of bankable IP wants to get their own Smash Bros clone, and so when we heard a game was coming that had assorted Disney characters fighting, we figured...
In the fall of 2019, Bandai Namco released Jump Force, a crossover fighting game bringing together all of the most popular characters that have ever been seralized in Shonen Jump. They were all there: Goku, Luffy, Naruto, Yusuke from...
As Space Jam 2 and the lesser Lego Movies have let us know, Warner Bros Entertainment Inc loves rubbing the popular IP they own in our faces. So when Nickelodeon managed to get attention by working with a a...
Hey I think the toast is done, the toast is done, TOPH it with a little of My Bologna it is now a matter of hours until the release of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and we thought we'd heard everything about...
Back in 2019, Nighthawk Entertainment partnered with Disney to release two classic games from the 16-bit era based around their IPs: Aladdin and The Lion King. While the two games mentioned were there in their entirety and included extras...
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