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Square Enix: Gems of the Past You Should Play

Written by Jonathan Lee. July 25, 2017. 11:30 PM. Tweet to: @Writerscube The Nostalgia Age It's been out for a while now. Square Enix has been busy, and Final Fantasy 12 was re-released in glorious HD on Playstation 4's everywhere! And so far it's been getting a pretty warm, sometimes super enthusiastic,

Mayweather v McGregor Betting: Outcomes Analysed

Mayweather vs Mcgregor

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are two of the most charismatic, crowd-pleasing warriors to emerge in the last two decades of sports entertainment. For his part, Floyd Mayweather has equalled the 49-0 record set by Rocky Marciano in September 1955 – and, in a perfect climax, did so exactly 60

Girl of the Week Susan Lee

Girl of the Week Susan Lee 7/30/2017, 3:05 p.m.   Hometown: Taiwan  |  Brooklyn, NY Measurements (Bust, waist, hips):  36" DD, 23", 40" Favorite band or musical act: Jazzhop Movie that scared you the most or your favorite video game: Japanese ghost movie Model Mayhem Facebook

Stephen King Mini Series Throwdown

Written by Josh Brewer, July 28st, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. Tweet to: @theJWBrewer Stephen King Mini-Series Throwdown! Long before the best goodies on TV fell into the mini-series category, Stephen King and a slew of collaborators took on the format and ran the gamut. Sure, we gave The Stand and It their own articles on

UFC 214 Main Card Preview and Predictions

There's been a significant lack of stacked cards in 2017 mainly due to fighter availability, injuries, and complications making weight resulting in late cancellations. This weekend the Honda Center in Anaheim California hosts the first mega card of the year. The card features three title fights including the much-anticipated rematch between Jon

The Lies of an All-Nighter and How to Beat Them


We've all been guilty of it at least once. Pulling an all-nighter because you haven't studied and you need to cram. Maybe it's an exam you've been putting off studying for. Perhaps it could be that project that you've had an entire semester to finish. Or that 15-page paper that

Spider-Man: Homecoming Makes Me Want More

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and it made me long for Spectacular Spider-Man. Before I go any further, this article may contain spoilers. Okay. Spectacular Spider-Man was an animation, an eight-year-old program, in fact, that told an attractive, continuous story about Spider-Man. However, it had Spider-Man become the hero he needs