On the bright side, this break might be just what Naruto needs. The recent chapters have been...dull.
Legendary Treasures is quickly becoming my favourite expansion. Just got another pack with another EX.
Seismitoad and Meloetta make a powerful combination in a deck with 4 of each.
Lol. I just learned that the hard way. I recently lost to a guy who used that strategy not even 5 minutes ago. It's a good strategy.
Hey, now that you have a little more free time on your hands you might want to try this game out? You don't have to of course, I just thought I'd remind you in case you're interested. Me and Acura_Max are having a lot of fun with it :)
I can confirm that this statement is 100% true. Also, since the Legendary Treasures pack is giving players the best cards of the previous expansions, now is the perfect time to jump in.
While the other consoles are struggling to get even a 9.0 out of 10 on their launch games, Nintendo comes out this gem.
Book 3 has offcially got a title and a theme
“The title of Book 3 is going to be called ‘Change,’” DiMartino said. “It’s all about Korra dealing with the change of the world in this point in time. At the end of Book 2 she says it’s a new era. And it really is and we’re going to show how Harmonic Convergence and her battle with Unalaq and Vaatu kind of shifted the world a bit.”
DiMartino also said “We don’t have an airdate yet. We’re already working on the first few episodes of post-production for Book 3. So that’s all going very well.”
Old lady - Me
Queen - Capcom
Every year Spike does not an award show to crown a game as the "game of the year." Dozens of games apply, but there is only one game of the year (as well as other smaller awards to games in specific categories). The best of it is that you can vote for the best game of the year. That's right. The people get to decide.
The VGA like the Oscars for video games if people could vote or the People's Choice if they had taste. Head to this link if you want to vote for a game.
Game of the Year
Studio of the Year
Best Action Adventure Game
Best Sports Game
Best Independent Game
Best Fighting Game
Best Driving Game
Best Xbox Game
Best PlayStation Game
Best Nintendo Game
Best PC Game
Best Handheld Game
Best Casual Game
Best Voice Actor
Best Voice Actress
Best Song in a Game
Most Anticipated Game
Los Perdidos itself isn’t as big an open world as those found in other similar games, but with its humour and excellent execution of next-generation console technology, it feels more alive than most. Which is ironic for a game about dead people.
I get the feeling, though, that you'll be having too much fun to worry about it...
Bottom Line: Dead Rising 3 will likely go down as one of the quintessentially "good" launch titles seen when a new console releases. It's an exclusive title with a big open world and tons of zombies that demonstrates the power of the next gen console well.
As a game, Dead Rising 3 is significantly flawed but plenty fun. As a step toward our brave new next-gen future, it's a half-measure, testing fresh ground while leaving its rear foot planted squarely in the past.
But even these charismatic roadblocks can’t quite derail an ambitious overhaul of the series that offers more than enough incentive for you to endure its less progressive design choices. Dead Rising 3 is a sandbox in the purest sense, one that urges you to experiment with its innumerable toys at your leisure. The result is an open world that, in spite of its reanimated inhabitants, feels more alive than most.
There’s a couple good ideas in here, but they’ve been haphazardly thrown into an unimpressive package that does nothing to stand out against far better Xbox One launch titles. As it stands, the Panzer Dragoon series is still as dead as ever.
It’s tempting to believe that Microsoft and Twisted Pixel set out to create some kind of meta-joke here, but the line between a successful and unsuccessful parody can be a fine one. All Lococycle achieves is falling on its face, while no one laughs.
Forget them, I just want to see my next task. What can I do to make this zoo better, the visitors happier and the animals healthier? For a game with tycoon in the title, it's got a good heart.
However, the rest of us have some globe-trotting to do. These zoos aren't going to fix themselves, are they? Zoo Tycoon may have taken a best-of-both-worlds approach, but to my surprise and delight, ends up being more successful as a "game" than a mere family-friendly "experience." 
Stolen from Giantbomb.