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The Star Wars Games Time Has Forgotten

The Star Wars video game library is insane. LucusArts (previously LucusFilm Games) dates back to 1982 with the release of the original Star Wars Arcade cabinet. Since then we have been dealt some […] The post The Star Wars Games

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IBM’s Watson Simplifies Tax Season

Filing your taxes just got a lot easier with IBM’s Watson. In partnership with H&R Block, the supercomputer will help identify credits and deductions for millions of American filers. The federal tax code […] The post IBM’s Watson Simplifies Tax

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The ‘Powerless’ Pilot Begs the Question: Where Do We Go From Here?

Powerless asks the eternal question: how would you act if you were the normal person in a superhero universe? This is a quandary presented in comics, books, and other media over the decades, […] The post The ‘Powerless’ Pilot Begs

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Fallout 4 Gets Visual Updates on PS4 Pro and PC Next Week

Fallout 4 has been out for a long time now, but Bethesda is continuing to support it with frequent updates. Bethesda has just announced that next week, the post-apocalyptic open-world game will be […] The post Fallout 4 Gets Visual

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Happy Birthday to Aquaman, King of the Seven Seas

According to the DC Comics Calendar (from 1976), today, January 29th, is the birthday of Arthur Curry, aka the DC Comics’ superhero Aquaman. First appearing in More Fun Comics #73 in November 1941, Aquaman […] The post Happy Birthday to Aquaman,

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Build Yourself A Working Nerf Blaster Out Of Lego

Got a little extra time on your hands, a big box of Lego bricks, and the desire to shoot people with foamy darts? Why not build yourself a functional Nerf blaster! The crew […] The post Build Yourself A Working

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Xbox Developer Says Scorpio is a Full-Blown “Next-Gen” system

A few months ago, I wrote an editorial where I talked about how Microsoft’s Project Scorpio sounds like a next-generation system rather than an upgraded Xbox One. Microsoft itself hasn’t fully explained whether […] The post Xbox Developer Says Scorpio

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A Ton of New Funko Toys Were Just Announced…800 to Be Exact

If you’re a Funko Pop Vinyl toy collector, you’re probably rich and/or have a whole lot of shelves and display place. Lucky you. For the rest of us with extremely limited space in […] The post A Ton of New

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Google Is Partnering With Raspberry Pi to Create Artificial Intelligence

Raspberry Pi has sold over 10 million units, making it the most successful British computer ever, according to Wired. Thanks to its ridiculous popularity and all of the intelligent things people have done […] The post Google Is Partnering With

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Team Geek Picks: Incompetent World Leaders Dooming Humanity in Film

We here at Geek have been having a great discussion over the past few weeks about our favorite film villains…especially after we all saw Rogue One. We put our collective noggins together and landed […] The post Team Geek Picks: Incompetent

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Buffy Summers: One Birthday to Slay Them All

In 1992 Buffy Summers pom-pom’d her way on the silver screen and into our hearts. The chosen one, then played by the tough but oh so adorable Kristy Swanson, was “gifted” with the […] The post Buffy Summers: One Birthday

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Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s Next Mobile Game

Get ready for fantasy, strategy, and maybe even romance on your mobile device. The post Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s Next Mobile Game appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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Scientists Use Lasers to Turn Mice into Zombies

One of the weirdest concepts if you take a step back and think about it, is that all life, and all mammals, in particular, are really just squishy electrochemical computers. We like to […] The post Scientists Use Lasers to

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What the Hell Is The Young Pope?

If you spent any time watching  HBO in the past few months, you probably saw some kind of ad for The Young Pope. You then probably said, “what?” HBO has been marketing this show […] The post What the Hell Is

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Check Out Viz’s Latest Sailor Moon R Movie Trailer

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, I went on a trip to Toys “R” Us with my grandmother. Sailor Moon’s popularity within the US was still in its infancy, […] Go to Source

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Everything You Need to Know About the Nintendo Switch

News, videos, and hands-on impressions of Nintendo’s handheld/console hybrid. The post Everything You Need to Know About the Nintendo Switch appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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George Lucas Has Chosen the Location for His Art Museum

You might want to seriously consider booking a trip to the West Coast in the future. George Lucas has announced the location for his long-awaited museum and it’s going to be in Los […] The post George Lucas Has Chosen

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Disney Is Releasing A Kid-Centric Set-Top Box

Too bad it won’t play Disney Infinity. The post Disney Is Releasing A Kid-Centric Set-Top Box appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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10 Geeky Charities to Donate to Through Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle is a great digital store for books and products from game developers. But their beauty lies in “bundling” items together and allowing the consumer to pay what they want. Past bundles have included […] The post 10 Geeky Charities to

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Emerald City is Visually Striking, Impeccably Directed and an Aimless Mess

NBC’s dark and gritty reboot of The Wizard of Oz kicked off with a two-hour premiere that felt much longer. Emerald City attempts to update the classic tale with as much sex, drugs and violence […] The post Emerald City is Visually

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