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Going Mobile with Just Dance Now
Just Dance Now is the first iOS and Android game in the rhythm series. Jose hits the dance floor with producer Oliver Merlov for all the swinging details.
A Handsome Look at Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Marissa meets with Gearbox Software's James Lopez and 2K Australia's Joel Eschler for a look at the handsome characters, story, and weapons in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Meet The Skeleton Twins
The Skeleton Twins is a new comedy/drama starring Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader. Jose sat down with them and director Craig Johnson to learn more about the film.
Talking About Super Smash Club
Shaun gets the exclusive first details on Nintendo's new social initiative Super Smash Club, launching soon for Super Smash Bros. on the 3DS.
Will The Maze Runner Be The Next Hunger Games?
Shaun chats with The Maze Runner director Wes Ball and author James Dashner to find out how they brought the bestselling sci-fi novel to the big screen.
Meet the Fighters in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
Shaun takes a look at the best new characters in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, the latest fighting game in the Naruto franchise.
EP Classic: Catch A Ride With Crazy Taxi
Today's EP Classic segment sees Tommy Tallarico catch a taxi to get a look at the very first Crazy Taxi game.
Real NHL Players Talk NHL 15
Shaun talks with Montreal Canadiens left winger Max Pacioretty and Leafs defenseman Morgan Rielly about NHL 15.
Celebrating Fan Expo 2014
Fan Expo in Toronto has been around for almost twenty years, and this year was the best yet. Shaun hits the show floor to chat with Stan Lee, GTA V star Steven Ogg, and others to find out what all the fuss is about.
What’s New in NHL 15?
NHL 15 producer Sean Ramjagsingh gives us a closer look at the new features that are coming to the hockey game, including the new physics engine and character models.
Surviving Dead Island 2
Shaun tracks down the makers of Dead Island 2 for a closer look at the story, weapons, and humour in the game.
Making a Better Batman in Arkham Knight
Batman: Arkham Knight aims to be even better than its predecessors with new characters, abilities, and the Batmobile. Jose heads to Gotham to find out more.
Bringing the Guardians to Disney Infinity
Disney Infinity 2.0 features loads of Marvel characters, including the Guardians of the Galaxy. Shaun caught up with senior producer Ryan Rothenberger to find out why they're the perfect fit for the game.
Here’s Our Fan Expo Schedule!
Hey friends, Fan Expo Canada kicks off tomorrow in Toronto. Jose, Ben, Shaun, Steve, Raju, Marissa, and Victor will be there, so if you're planning to attend, we hope to see you there too! Take a look at our complete schedule below so you can see when to catch us, but keep i
Meet the Power Rangers
Jose joins forces with the Power Rangers to find out what to expect from Power Rangers Super Megaforce, the latest season of the long-running series.
Emerging Technologies at SIGGRAPH
Victor takes a look at the coolest experimental technology on display at the annual SIGGRAPH conference, including a virtual reality simulator that turns you into a bird.
What Went Down at SIGGRAPH 2014?
SIGGRAPH is an annual tech conference that brings together scientists, engineers, artists and entrepreneurs, so Vic shows us what went down this year.
What’s It Like Being an Indie Developer?
Victor sits down with Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano, Luftrausers creator Rami Ismail, and former Nintendo indie lead Dan Adelman to get their take on the state of independent gaming.
Upping the Scale in Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition has more characters, more environments, and more dragons than ever before, so we sent Jose to find out how they did it.
Battling Your Nemesis in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
Jose gets a new look at the story and characters in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and finds out more about the game's Nemesis System, which creates unique enemies for you to battle.
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