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Everyone on earth was understandably delighted by Cee-Lo's excellent "Forget You" song, sometimes known as "F*ck You." But then the delightment faded, like it does for all novelty numbers. But we're going to give a little of it back to you, in the form of a parody of the novelty number. "Up-B" will be familiar and...
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros., one of the most popular Virtual Console titles, will be hitting Japan in early January. This hopefully means that much hyped game will be released in the ol’ U.S. of A e-store shelves soon as well. The only bummer, for the Japanese that is, is that the game costs a whopping 1,200 points, as opposed to...
School season's starting up again kiddies, so imagine if this was in your schedule of classes (from Oberlin College in Ohio): Super Smash Brothers Melee Theory and Practice 0-1 Credit "This course will teach students the basic, intermediate and advanced combat techniques in the video game Super Smash Brothers Melee for the Nintendo...
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