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Starting today, Dish customers will no longer have access to a number of networks from Turner Broadcasting, after both parties couldn't come to terms on a contract extension for these. Among the channels now removed from Dish's programming are: Boomerang, Cartoon Network, CNN, CNN en Españo...

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It's rare that a game can be charming enough to turn an otherwise very standard gameplay idea into something worth $4.99, but that's just what Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake manages to do. The game is all about puzzles, but without introducing any groundbreaking new game mechanics, it ends up feeli...

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Sirius is seriously on a roll today. Clearly not content with debuting its Stiletto 2 and Sportster 4 portable receivers, the satellite powerhouse has officially announced its SCV1, aka Backseat TV, aka The Child-Silencer (our name). If you've ever been on a road-trip with a couple of bundles of j...

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Why make retail games for consoles when you can make Flash games that also happen to work with consoles? That's the attitude Cartoon Network seems to be taking with their recently-announced MEGA series game service developed by AFI's Digital Content Lab. The MEGA series will feature games based on a...

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Cartoon Network recently announced plans to begin developing flash-based games specifically for the web browsers included with the PS3 and Nintendo Wii. The MEGA series games will be more than just simple puzzle games, inviting the player to "stream movie clips to mesh together the most realistic ca...

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A popular Cartoon Network series is getting a videogame adaptation, courtesy of the same team that brought you Family Guy. High Voltage Software is developing Ben 10: Protector of Earth, detailing the everyday trials and tribulations of an average boy-turned-superhero named Ben Tennyson. The gam...

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Every week, PSP Fanboy brings you new backgrounds to keep your PSP safe from unbackgrounditis. Remember, you can save these images directly to your PSP by accessing the site wireless at m.pspfanboy.com. This week, we have a Cartoon Network themed set of backgrounds. Yet, all three are still game rel...

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The popular DS lawyer-ing game, Phoenix Wright, proved to be a fan favorite around the world. Now, Capcom is trying their hand at yet another lawyer game, but it's going to be unlike anything you could've ever expected. Capcom and Cartoon Network are teaming up to bring Harvey Birdman: Attorney a...

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Discordianism can be explained most simply as "a religion disguised as a joke disguised as a religion," or, religion for hippies. Followers of Discordianism greet each other with animal sounds, can only eat hot dog buns on Friday and hail the Greek goddess Eris. Eris is known to constantly brew ...

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Bleach: Heat the Soul 3 came out in Japan a few weeks ago, and the import reviews are slowly trickling in. PSP411's KageNaruto had nearly nothing but praise for the fighter, praising the game's great cel-shaded graphics and excellent voice acting, ripped straight from the anime. It goes into almos...

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With approximately 27 Yu-Gi-Oh! games on the Game Boy platform, you'd think that the PSP would get with the trend fad program with its own version of the mega-popular children's card game. Well, in September, Japanese gamers can partake in some widescreen card dueling set in the GX universe. Anyon...

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Call us childish, but Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is a cartoon we can not help but love for its creative character designs and enjoyable (if not simple -- it's a Cartoon Network show) storyline. Our friends at TV Squad informed us about a new online game based on the show, Foster's Big Fat A...

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Trouble is brewing in TV land, and the stakes couldn't be higher for consumers, as a lawsuit filed by many of your favorite content providers against industry giant Cablevision could determine the future of networked DVR services. Two Time Warner networks (disclaimer: Engadget's parent company's par...

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