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At the Game Creators Conference 2017 in Japan, developers from Capcom and Nintendo appeared on stage together to discuss the Nintendo Switch.

During this weekend’s 2GGC: Civil War event in Santa Ana, California, professional Super Smash Bros. player Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios was bested by new kid on the block Luhtie, who, in an massive upset, kicked him back to 49th place in the overall tournament.

The sale of coconut has taken centre stage in Kumasi, following a revelation that it can cure erectile dysfunction among men.

The claim: That half of all tax collected in Kenya is paid to a fraction of the population.

It's been an eventful few days for Rowan Atkinson, who has 'died', come back to life and attended the premiere of his a new film, all in the same week.

The Austrian we all know and love, Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Australia, and really seems to be enjoying himself.

The drama of Hollywood doesn’t always restrict itself to the screen — it sometimes makes its way into the court room. And, while lots of Hollywood crimes center around drugs or theft, occasionally famous people get caught up in some truly brutal acts.

Amazon UK is reportedly offering partial refunds to Nintendo Switch owners affected by problems with the Joy-Con controllers. Some customers of the online retailer are saying that Amazon has given them some money back on their purchases, allowing them to pay for replacement controllers.

As the world gears up for the highly-anticipated release of Outlast 2, Australian fans will be disappointed to know that the highly-anticipated horror title won’t be making its way down under after being refused classification.

In addition to serving as the initial installment in the now perpetually dominant MCU, 2008’s Iron Man also served to set the stage for what was in many ways the ultimate superhero film project: The Avengers.

2017 is an exciting year for comic book fans of all brands and platforms, but it is still somewhat surprising to believe that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is one of the most anticipated films of the year.

Kumasi-based movie actors and actresses have attacked the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr.Johnson Aseidu Nketia over comments he made against them.