Last Week on Lytherus: Marvel dominates, new Harry Potter covers hit the web, Wii U price drop, and Game of Thrones begins filming!

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Last Week on Lytherus is our weekly wrap-up column summarizing the biggest news of the past week! With over a dozen posts going up on Lytherus per day, it’s likely you may have missed an important story or two! This week was a huge week for the fantasy, scifi, and horror genres, with Marvel again dominating [...]

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Nintendo announces major price drop on new Wii Us and new Nintendo 2DS handheld device


Big news out of Nintendo today: a Wii U price drop and a new 3DS — well, sort of. The Wii U has been struggling to gain a foothold in the next-gen market, with Nintendo suffering major losses and managing to shift very few of its Wii-successor consoles. A stronger line-up of games coming out in [...]

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PlayStation 4’s controller prototype revealed


  We finally have a glimpse of what the PlayStation 4 controller could possibly look like.  Keep in mind, this is only prototype form and obviously things can change.  But we are sure it will be very similar. There is a lot of already familiar stuff on the controller, as well as some new and interesting [...]

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Nintendo’s Wii U off to a “slow” start


  Nintendo’s Wii U went on sale in the US, and even though we have 10 days to go for our Australian and European friends, they shouldn’t have to worry. Shoppers today seemed actually disappointed that there was not a long queue to buy one. To put it in better terms, they did not have to [...]

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Nintendo unveils the Wii U basic and deluxe release date and pricing!


  Nintendo first introduced their upcoming Nintendo Wii U last summer at E3 2011 – but since then, we have had very few details.  Today, however, is a big day for Nintendo – they are confirming all the details that the industry has been patiently waiting for.  Keep reading to see the Wii U release date, [...]

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Video Game Releases – June


This month the video games are, how can we say this, mediocre.  Nothing over the top amazing, and nothing totally lame either.  So without further ado, we give you the June video game releases:   Pikmin 2 (Wii) After several years of waiting American Wii gamers will have the opportunity to put their hands on the [...]

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“Pikmin 2″ sprouting back to life for the Wii this summer


Let’s be honest, Pikmin has been forgotten for the past three years. We haven’t had a proper sequel since Pikmin 2 was released for the gamecube in 2004 – 8 years ago.  However, April has been a huge month for fans of the franchise seeing as how we got a confirmation of Pikmin 3 for the Wii U, but now [...]

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“Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two” screenshot overload and debut trailer


The Epic Mickey 2 announcements are coming!  Just a few days ago, a confirmation that the game was officially on its way to Wii, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360 this Fall.  Disney Interactive and Junction Point Studios are starting off the teases for Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two screenshots. Also, to get you extra excited, they [...]

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“The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword” has Plenty of Adventure and is the Most Admirable Chapter in the Series!


There is no question that the level of expectation for the newest Legend of Zelda chapter was huge.  So that leads us to the next question, “Is The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword the best title in the entire franchise?” This may surprise some, but the answer is no.  However, it skyrockets over it’s predecessor, Twilight Princess, without [...]

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Third Party Developers Coming to the Wii U, “Ninja Gaiden 3″ Becoming a Launch Title!


One the the largest promises made regarding the upcomign Wii U was the fact that it would have a larger amount of third-party support.  The promise was definitely something that was needed, but whether or not Nintendo could follow up was up in the air.  So far, it looks like they are fulfilling that claim, with a number [...]

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