Posts by Tynan Muddle

  • Link to More amiibo Coming Throughout 2015

    More amiibo Coming Throughout 2015

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    Nintendo announced Thursday a few new batches of amiibo will be released throughout 2015 including more in the Super Smash Bros. collection, as well as some newly announced game compatibility. Mario Kart 8 will become compatible with Toad, Villager, Pac-Man, Sonic, Wario, Pikmin & Olimar, Bowser, Mega Man and Rosalina & Luma following a free […]

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  • Link to Nintendo Direct Announced for Tomorrow

    Nintendo Direct Announced for Tomorrow

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    Nintendo will address fans in another instalment of Nintendo Direct tomorrow morning. The internet broadcast will serve to inform fans of news regarding Wii U and Nintendo 3DS updates. The broadcast will be hosted by CEO Satoru Iwata who will cross to Nintendo Europe president Satoru Shibata for updates relating to the PAL region. As […]

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  • Link to Netflix is Here and it’s Kinda Crappy

    Netflix is Here and it’s Kinda Crappy

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    After launching in 1997 over the drink, one would think that Netflix could get their act together before launching in a market like Australia. They only had 18 years to figure it out. Yet for all its fanfare and through all the excitement of the TV and movie streaming service finally launching in Australia it’s […]

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  • Link to Batman Arkham Knight Delayed, New Video Released

    Batman Arkham Knight Delayed, New Video Released

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    Batman Arkham Knight needs a little more time to get ready according to developers at Rocksteady Studios. In light of this revelation, the title has been given a new release date. Fans can complete the trilogy on June 24, 2025. Exact details for the delay weren’t forthcoming however in an effort to appease eager fans, […]

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  • Link to Netflix Announces Australian Pricing

    Netflix Announces Australian Pricing

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    Netflix is launching in Australia from tomorrow and to celebrate it has announced local pricing for its TV and movie streaming service. The single-stream, standard definition option comes in at AU$8.99/month. Users can opt for the two-stream, high-definition plan for AU$11.99 or for those wanting to really test the limits of Australian internet speeds, the […]

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