Mega Man animated series announced
Capcom announced that in conjunction with Man of Action Entertainment and Dentsu Entertainment USA, that a 26-episode Mega Man series is coming in 2017. Dentsu Entertainment will gain worldwide broadcast and licensing rights for the new Mega Man TV series, under the deal between the parties. Man of Action Entertainment was handpicked by Dentsu Entertainment because of their previous work on Ben 10 and Big Hero 6. The series release date of 2017 is significant as that is the 30th anniversary for Mega Man. Exciting stuff!
Adrian “Lifecoach” Koy, a German Hearthstone player for team Nihilum, has received his first major title win at Viagame’s third tournament in Romania at the famous Bran Castle. He defeated Cloud 9’s StrifeCro after he had fought back in the final match of the day, clinching his victory with a “Fast Druid” deck. For his first premier tournament win he nets $10,000 and 100 Hearthstone World Championship points.
Last week I reported that Hot Topic was buying GeekNet, parent company behind ThinkGeek, but now it seems they have been outbid. GameStop has decided to throw its own weight around and purchase GeekNet. GameStop offered $20.00 per share versus $17.50, along with offering the same $37 million in cash. The transaction has a total equity value of approximately $140 million. Because, you know, who would take $122 million over $140 million dollars?
Fallout 4 is upon us
Bethesda has finally announced what fans of the cult classic Fallout have known all along- Fallout 4 is coming. Rumored to be set in post-apocalyptic Boston, the announcement has been highly anticipated by its fans, who have been chomping at the bit for the next expansion to the series to be announced. Bethesda has started a countdown clock on their website set to expire today. Fallout 4 will be released on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Remember kids, don’t eat the rad rat meat.
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