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  • Blog Post: HBO Go (And Many Others) Coming To Xbox One This Year

    Fear not, Game of Thrones , The Newsroom , and True Detective fans. HBO Go will be arriving on Xbox One this year. Microsoft has announced more than 40 new apps that will be coming to Xbox platforms around the world. These include new Twitter integration (in the United States) that provides topical updates... More
  • Blog Post: Every Futurama Character Collected In One Massive Image

    It may not be directly related to video games, but this collection of every Futurama character from the show's entire run is too impressive not to share. The image comes from DeviantArt artist Unrellius who spent 14 months putting together the image you see above. You can see the full, very high... More
  • Blog Post: Nickelodeon And Comedy Central Bring 6,000 Videos To Xbox Live

    Microsoft has announced two new cable partners for its video service that is free for anyone with an Xbox Live Gold account. Nickelodeon and Comedy Central stand-up programming are now available via an app download on the dashboard. You might recall that Netflix lost a significant amount of Viacom programming... More
  • Blog Post: 345 Games To Develop Games Based On Comedy Central And Spike TV Properties

    MTV Networks may have shuttered its MTV Games division and sold off Harmonix in the last year, but it's not giving up on video games. Today the company announced a new video game label called 345 Games. The unit will be making games based on properties owned by MTV Networks Entertainment Group and... More
  • Blog Post: Colbert Talks Games With Advocate Jane McGonigal

    Jane McGonigal was the guest on Comedy Central's Colbert Report , where the games researcher and author of Reality is Broken talked about the benefits of gaming. She trotted out some interesting facts, such as how playing games for as little as 90 seconds has a positive effect on a person's confidence... More
  • Blog Post: Colbert Parodies Nintendo's "On Like Donkey Kong" Trademark

    Nintendo's ridiculous trademark claim to the phrase "It's on like Donkey Kong" has already made the company a bit of a laughing stock on the Internet. Now, Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert has made them the laughing stock of the television. After catching wind of the company's... More
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