The Super FamiCon convention is a celebration of Nintendo and gaming culture. It also hosts a number of competitive tournaments in the Greensboro Marriott's conference rooms.
In the middle of talking to me about his upcoming documentary on The Simpsons, comic Hari Kondabolu described watching the show with his brother. It was a Treehouse of Horror episode, a Halloween-themed series of vignettes that The Simpsons does every year.
In this episode, parodying The Most Dangerous Game, Mr. Burns hunts humans and says, "I smell fear ... and curry." Of course, he then shoots Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the Indian convenience store owner from the show.
With Black Friday fast approaching, the pre-Christmas sales are ramping up. Microsoft have unleashed their Black Friday specials early this year for Xbox Live Gold users.
Cuphead, a video game that looks like a cartoon, now has a cartoon based on the video game, courtesy of fan and animator hotdiggedydemon.
Acting as a superhero in a major blockbuster film is undoubtedly incredibly stressful, but it's also, and this is not to be ignored, frickin' rad. Getting to pretend to be a larger-than-life hero with (most likely) a cape is a dream come true for a lot of people.
Naturally, one might want souvenirs of the experience when it was over.
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Do you too enjoy sitting back and watching your friends do bad karaoke without the benefit of a friendly reverb or autotune in your house? Congratulations! Singstar is back this week, although this time you don't need to own a crappy microphone; you can just use use your broken smartphone.
And for those who prefer playing anything else, it's a bit of a low-key week. It's mostly dominated by Sony's PlayLink games, with Hidden Agenda and indie titles.
While Wizards of the Coast states that deck lists are required to be submitted, they never really specified how.
The Polish game studio tweeted earlier today that its upcoming scifi game would be "nothing less than" The Witcher 3. The statement was aimed at quelling fears Cyberpunk 2077 might include microtransactions after studio CEO Adam Kicinski said "there will be a certain online element related to Cyberpunk" in an interview earlier in the week.
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