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Run For Your Lives Zombie 5K – One Day Left to Register!

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Greetings hopeful survivors,

There’s only ONE DAY LEFT to register for our Georgia event at the current rate! On Friday, April 12th at 11:59 PM, registration will increase to $87.

This insane event, which is set to take place September 14th in Dalton, GA is on schedule to sell out before the registration cut-off date! Do the smart thing: Go grab your (slower) allies and register now, before it’s too late.

Can’t wait to see you and your delicious brains in September.

– Your undead friends at Run For Your Lives

Love you longtime,
Your undead friends at Run For Your Lives

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Interview with Big Quiz Thing’s Noah Tarnow!

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Big Quiz Thing is BACK with a Special Edition of their trivia extravaganza–it’s a May the 4th Star Wars celebration! I talk with emcee Noah Tarnow about Big Star Wars Quiz Thing, the upcoming return of Big Family Quiz Thing, the Machete Order, and the comfortable Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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Big Star Wars Quiz Thing is a week from Monday, with both New York and Boston hosting events. Read on for tickets and deets.

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Nickelodeon and Activision Release The Legend of Korra

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Though unceremoniously relegated to online-only airing, The Legend of Korra expands the Avatar universe into a video game developed by PlatinumGames (Bayonetta, Metal Gear Rising), available today on a variety of platforms for fans. There’s a slight wait for the 3DS release however–but that version features a turn-based RPG style, hitting shelves on October 28. Read on for details about today’s release!

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Encore with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call

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With a link as inextricable as one the Final Fantasy series shares with its soundtracks, it’s no large wonder that the series ended up with a rhythm game spinoff in the form of 2012’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. After its critical and financial success, we were finally gifted to a sequel in the newly released Theathrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. And although Square-Enix could have easily gotten away with making Curtain Call nothing more than a glorified expansion pack — after all, the original Theatrhythm shipped with about 70 songs on the cartridge, while its sequel boasts over 200, sans DLC — some rather significant changes were made to ensure that it improves on some of the original game’s flaws.

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