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BlazBlue: Central Fiction hitting PS4, PS3 this winter

Aksys Games has announced plans to localize BlazBlue: Central Fiction (the fourth main entry in the series) for a North American release across both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 sometime this winter. In addition to a new (probably...Show More Summary

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Launches this Winter on PS4, PS3

Brace yourselves, brawlers! Aksys Games and Arc System Works proudly announce that BlazBlue: Central Fiction is coming to the PS4 and PS3 Winter 2016!

Giveaway - The Huntsman: Winter's Curse (Steam)

Our fine friends at Desert Owl Games are giving you folks a chance to win copies of books 2 & 3, from their new game: The Huntsman: Winter's Curse (Book 1 is free here). The game is set in Universal Studio's Huntsman universe, and the...Show More Summary

EA's winter sports game SSX is the latest to support Xbox One backwards compatibility

Electronic Arts' 2012 extreme winter sports game SSX for the Xbox 360 is the latest game that can be played on the Xbox One via its backwards compatibility feature. ...

More Than Just Winter Is Coming After ‘Game Of Thrones” Kit Harington Reveals His Fine Assets

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

This season of HBO’s Game of Thrones already feels like an action-packed rollercoaster of drama and intrigue, and the icing on the cake was the (spoiler alert!) totally unexpected resurrection of everyone’s favorite character, John Snow. Actor Kit Harington can do no wrong right now — who doesn’t have a crush on him? Aside from kicking all [...]

The new media startup pitch: Save journalism from Facebook's death grip

Adam Singolda is nearly an hour into explaining his sometimes frightening pitch to media companies when he decides to go full  Game of Thrones.  "Winter is coming," Singolda says, referring to the catchphrase from the bloody drama. "There is going to be a shake. Show More Summary

'Game Of Thrones' Hints At Worst Possible Sansa Twist

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Hold. The. Door. There might've been something everyone missed in the latest episode of "Game of Thrones," and it is even worse than winter. (Warning! This post is dark and full of spoilers!) Sure, Hodor's heartbreaking death scene was...Show More Summary

Who Won The Big Prizes In The IHG Priceless Surprises Promotion?

As most of you probably recall, Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) ran an interesting and fun promotion over the winter called Priceless Surprises. The idea was that you would earn one game entry each time you stayed at an IHG property, each of which would entitle you to play an online game to earn various prizes. Show More Summary

Is Game of Thrones Secretly About Global Warming?

Nicolas Loris Television, The ultimate spolier is here.  (Moderate spoilers involved.) Is winter actually never coming again? A new Vox video portrays a theory that the hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones is actually all about catastrophic manmade global warming. Show More Summary

'Game of Thrones' fandom weeps over the end of Summer

Warning: This post contains spoilers from Season 6, episode five of Game of Thrones.  Summer is dead. Winter is officially coming.  During Season 6, episode five of Game of Thrones we lost not just one fan favorite character but two adorable protectors of Bran. Show More Summary

That time I was blacklisted by Sega while editing a Sega magazine

This all happened in the winter of 1999 - a weird time for video games. The PlayStation was drawing to the end of its spectacular life, and the hype had begun for its successor. Microsoft was muttering about the Xbox. Everyone was looking forward to a new generation. Show More Summary

The Science of Game of Thrones Part II

Greetings fellow smallfolk. Well here we are, Season 6, several Starks shorter and Lannisters lighter since last we spoke. Winter is, for all intents and purposes, actually here and life looks pretty bleak on both sides of the Narrow Sea. Show More Summary

NBC adds Apolo Ohno, Tanith White to Olympics coverage

NBC has added a pair of Winter Olympians to their Summer Olympics coverage this August. Apolo Ohno and Tanith White will cover the Games for NBC in Rio this summer as reporters. Both Ohno and White have worked in the past for NBC, and both have won medals at the Winter Games. Show More Summary

1980 ‘Miracle on Ice’ hero Jim Craig is selling his gold medal

The “Miracle on Ice,” in which the underdog U.S. Olympic hockey team stunned the mighty Soviet Union at the 1980 Winter Games, sits high atop any list of greatest sports moments in the country’s history. Now anyone with money to spare can purchase significant pieces of memorabilia from that game, including hero goalie Jim Craig’s gold medal. […]

The one thing 'Game of Thrones' keeps doing better than the books

The following contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 4 and the pre-release chapters of George R.R. Martin's Winds of Winter. What a time to be alive. Just as our republic appears to be tearing itself apart over a self-contradictory...Show More Summary

'Game of Thrones' Chapter, Radiohead's New Album & More: 5 Things We Loved This Week

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

From the release of George R.R. Martin's latest 'Game of Thrones' material to celebrities' advice for teens, here are five things we loved in Culture this week. We can almost feel the Winds of Winter as George R.R. Martin released aShow More Summary

Prepare To Swoon From Hearing Kit Harington's 'Game Of Thrones' Love Story IRL

Kit Harington fell in love in a hopeless place. Before he was dead and then alive again, Harington's character, Jon Snow, ventured with the Night's Watch beyond the wall and into the vast winter lands in the beginning of "Game of Thrones" Season 2. Show More Summary

Russian Sochi Olympic Medalist to File Lawsuit Over Doping Allegations

Russian cross country skier and Sochi medalist Alexander Legkov rejected all doping usage accusations on Friday and said that for several years prior to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, he was under strict doping control and got tested in Switzerland and elsewhere.

‘Eddie The Eagle’: The True Story Behind The Film

Eddie the Eagle, the semi-biographical film released earlier this year, is based on Michael “Eddie” Edwards who was famous for being Britain’s first Olympic Ski jumper who competed in the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary. Finishing last in the 70m and 90m events, Eddie The Eagle became famous as an example of an underdog full... Show More Summary

New George R.R. Martin excerpt and angry Game of Thrones fans pile on Dorne

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Where as we just want Martin to hurry up and finished Windows of Winter already!

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