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A listing on the company’s UK page has revealed two upcoming DLC packs for the game that add Link, Tanooki Mario, Cat Peach and Animal Crossing characters as racers, let you choose an F-Zero car and bring new tracks, including ones set in the worlds of Zelda and Animal Crossing. x

Each Add On Content pack will contain two new cups, each with four courses, which, in total, increases the number of available courses by 50 percent. The Add On Content packs include classics like Wario’s Gold Mine from Mario Kart Wii, as well as new courses, some taking place in the worlds of The Legend of Zelda and Animal Crossing. New vehicles will also arrive with each pack, including the Blue Falcon kart representing the F-Zero franchise in the first AOC pack.

Mario Kart 8 Pack 1 - Released: November 2014

  • 3 Characters: Tanooki Mario, Cat Peach, Link
  • 4 Vehicles
  • 8 Courses

Mario Kart 8 Pack 2 - Released: May 2015

  • 3 Characters: Villager, Isabelle, Dry Bowser
  • 4 Vehicles
  • 8 Courses

As a bonus for purchasing both packs - as a bundle or separately - you can get eight different-coloured Yoshis and eight different-coloured Shy Guys that can be used right away.

Posted 22 hours ago
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Posted 1 day ago

deadlykillerqueen:

The fact that Disney never promotes or make merchandises of Gravity Falls makes me think that whoever is in charge of their TV Division needs to be replaced with someone competent

Agreed. Why do shows like Gravity Falls and Wander Over Yonder get very little promotional material, yet Disney has millions to blow on the umpteenth episode of That’s So Suite Life of Wizards Jessie Montana Farm with a Blog or some shit like that?

Posted 1 day ago

Most Brutal On-Screen Film Death: Jacob (Into the Storm) and Lucas (Transformers: Age of Extinction) {tie}.

One of the surprisingly creepy ways a character was killed on-screen this summer is poor cameraman Jacob in the disaster film “Into the Storm”, who gets sucked into a tornado that’s been lit aflame by a damaged car dealership lot. Second goes to T.J. Miller’s Lucas in Transformers: Age of Extinction, who gets calcified alive by a bomb from villain Lockdown. Say what you will about Lucas himself, but his death was, just wow. You know what, I’m willing to also give Ratchet from the same film as an honorable mention.

Posted 1 day ago

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston onstage during the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theater on August 25, 2014 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston onstage during the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theater on August 25, 2014 

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Posted 1 day ago

With summer films running down, I’m compiling my personal choices for the best (and worst) in cinema from the past few months (I am also including films back from March of this year to the end of this month).

First up… Most Underused Character goes to Aleksei Sytsevich in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

In the director’s commentary for this movie (now on DVD and Blu-Ray), actor Paul Giamatti said on a talk show he dreamed of one day playing the Spidey villain. Too bad his role was undermined to make room for Electro and Green Goblin’s stories (all three characters suffering from the “overglut of villains” mindset that hindered Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 as well), because Paul brings a madcap hamminess fitting for the role of the gangster who *SPOILER* dons an mechanical rhino suit as the first member of the Sinister Six team. Oh well. Perhaps in 2016 his character might get a more decent level of screen time.

Posted 1 day ago

hobgoblinhero:

Ahoy mateys! Come visit ‘ol Captain Foxy down in Pirates Cove!

my good friend Jenna did Chica, so I decided to try my hand at this character

Voice by Me

Mixing and editing by Jenna

Jesus, this is a very well-done fan voice for Foxy. Keep up the good work now.

Posted 1 day ago

-radiatemileyray:

Miley Cyrus won the biggest award up for grabs at the VMA’s last night, winning “Video Of The Year” and instead of just going up on stage and taking her trophy, she very kindly took a young homeless man with her to represent the homeless community. She took him as her date then sent him up to collect the award for her, and he had written and said a lovely speech about being homeless and the charity whilst miley looked on in tears. Don’t you ever tell me she doesn’t have a heart of gold, she is an amazing human being.

Posted 1 day ago
Just saw this movie in theaters, and it is surprisingly suspenseful. Personally, I see it as a tribute to those cheesy disaster films that littered the 90s and early 2000s (I.e. Dante’s Peak, Twister, The Day After Tomorrow). It involves a team of storm trackers, a group of high school graduates, and two goofy rednecks looking to score their 15 minutes of fame, as their lives come to a head when they deal with a tornado storm of apocalyptic proportions.

The film, directed by Steven Quale (who did the effects for James Cameron’s Avatar and helmed Final Destination 5) does a good job setting the mood of when the storm finally arrives, leaving you to feel the helplessness of clinging for dear life as nature unleashes hell all around you. The cast includes Richard Armitage (Thorin in The Hobbit), Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Arlen Escarpeta (Final Destination 5, We Are Marshall), and Nathan Kress (Freddy from iCarly).

Just saw this movie in theaters, and it is surprisingly suspenseful. Personally, I see it as a tribute to those cheesy disaster films that littered the 90s and early 2000s (I.e. Dante’s Peak, Twister, The Day After Tomorrow). It involves a team of storm trackers, a group of high school graduates, and two goofy rednecks looking to score their 15 minutes of fame, as their lives come to a head when they deal with a tornado storm of apocalyptic proportions.

The film, directed by Steven Quale (who did the effects for James Cameron’s Avatar and helmed Final Destination 5) does a good job setting the mood of when the storm finally arrives, leaving you to feel the helplessness of clinging for dear life as nature unleashes hell all around you. The cast includes Richard Armitage (Thorin in The Hobbit), Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Arlen Escarpeta (Final Destination 5, We Are Marshall), and Nathan Kress (Freddy from iCarly).