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Pokémon TV will retell the story of Pokémon Red and Blue in 4-episode series

Even as Nintendo presses forward for the release of Pokémon X and Y for the Nintendo 3DS, the company is looking back on the legacy of its popular franchise.<p>The publisher is revealing today that it will premiere a four-part miniseries that retells the story of the original Pokémon Red and Blue …

Wind Waker's 'Toon Link' headed to Super Smash Bros.

Link's cartoonish incarnation from <i>The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker</i> is headed to the upcoming Nintendo 3DS and Wii U fighting game <i>Super Smash Bros.</i>, according to the game's official Japanese website.<p>Toon Link, as he's described on the website, comes equipped with the Wind Waker item referenced in …

10 Random Thoughts About 'Grand Theft Auto V'

<i>Sort of a part of my ongoing review of Rockstar’s open-world crime simulator.</i><p>I’ve been playing my way through <i>Grand Theft Auto V</i>—I’m still not finished yet, so please try to avoid spoilers—and I keep having random thoughts that I eventually began to jot down. These aren’t necessarily criticisms or …

Pumpkin Spice Latte Battle: Starbucks vs. McDonald's vs. Dunkin' Donuts

Fall is in the air. Crisp, freshly fallen leaves. Sweaters. And pumpkin spice lattes, as far as the eye can see. Seriously, it seems like another chain begins selling its own version of Starbucks' cult drink everyday.<p>We decided to compare two relatively new ones against the Starbucks classic: …

How to Make Your Own Greek Yogurt

Long before Greek yogurt lined the shelves of every supermarket in America, it was a staple in our home. My yiayia (Greek for grandmother) had a ceramic crock that she brought with her from Greece. She used it to make the most wonderfully thick and creamy yogurt. She would often slather it on top …