Nintendo Clarifies Why They Discontinued The NES Classic

To the surprise of many (read: everyone), Nintendo recently discontinued their wildly successful NES Classic Edition, a miniature version of the Nintendo Entertainment System with 30 classic games. Amid the frantic rush to snatch up the last systems sitting on store shelves, the big question on everyone’s mind is why Nintendo would decide to stop selling that was still a hot ticket item nearly six months after its original release. It’s been speculated that Nintendo did so in order to focus their resources on manufacturing the Nintendo Switch — which sold 2.7 million units in March — or possibly because Nintendo plans to replace the NES Classic with a mini Super Nintendo later this year. Now, in a pair of new interviews, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aimé offers an explanation. read more


New Nintendo 2DS XL Announced Out Of Nowhere

To the surprise of many — not least because the announcement came on a Thursday night — Nintendo has revealed the New Nintendo 2DS, which will hit store shelves in Australia/New Zealand on June 15 and the US on July 28. The new model has a recommended retail price of USD $150 / AUD $200. read more


There Will Be a Vince McMahon Biopic, With a Ridiculous Name

Dramatized biographies are all the rage in the past decade or so. After all, they did wonders for Ray Charles and Johnny Cash with Ray and Walk The Line, respectively. Plus Apple founder Steve Jobs actually got two different films, and McDonald’s original boss Ray Kroc was recently portrayed on the big screen by Michael Keaton in The Founder. read more


Stone Cold Thinks Seth Rollins’ Character Isn’t Complete: “He’s Not All-The-Way Over”

Stone Cold Steve Austin had personality. It literally oozed from his pores with every flipped middle finger, every Stone Cold Stunner he hit, and every beer that he drank. It’s one of the reasons he became one of the biggest things in pro wrestling since Hulk Hogan. Sure, it might have been a combination of Austin’s skills as a performer and a bit of good luck by being the right guy at the right time, but one thing is for sure — Stone Cold was OVER! read more

Shaq Reveals Why His WrestleMania 33 Match With Big Show Was Cancelled

Big Shaq Daddy, aka former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal, was a surprise entrant in the WrestleMania 32 version of the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. The mammoth Shaq had a cool moment where he faced off against the equally large Big Show, before they were both eliminated and Baron Corbin eventually took home the trophy (it’s also quite big). read more