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The Lone Gunmen ConnectiCon 2015 Press Event July 13, 2015

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Got a special video for fans of The X-Files, the three Lone Gunmen appeared at ConnectiCon 2015.  In this hiliarious panel not open to the majority of the attendees the three actors reminisce about their work and what they really think about government conspiracies.  If you wanted to know if The Lone Gunmen will be returning for the resurrected X-Files series, you really want to give this video a watch.

I know what you’re probably thinking, why are live-action actors from the X-Files being showcased on a gaming website?  Well, they just happened to be featured in two X-Files video games, one of which holds a very special place in my heart.

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Kari Wahlgren ConnectiCon 2015 Press Panel July 13, 2015

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The lovely voice actress Kari Wahlgren attended a special press panel at ConnectiCon 2015 that most of the attendees were unable to see.  In the panel, she discussed her incredible body of work across all media formats including video games, anime and television.  If you wanted to find out what kind of work you can be expected to do when you’re hired as a voice actor, give this a watch.

Phil LaMarr and Amber Benson ConnectiCon 2015 Press Event July 13, 2015

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Continuing with our ongoing coverage of ConnectiCon 2015, we are presenting you another exclusive panel that many of the show’s attendees were not able to see.  In this private Q&A event, voice actor and MADtv star Phil LaMarr is joined by voice actress and star of the TV Show Buffy the Vampire Slayer Amber Benson for a very personal Q&A session during ConnectiCon 2015 that was not open to the public.

WARNING: This could be interpreted as a controversial panel due to the fact one of the attendees asked the guests some pretty heavy questions, so be aware of that before viewing.

More ConnectiCon 2015 videos are on the way!  Stay tuned!

Christopher Bevins and Rachel Robinson ConnectiCon 2015 Press Q&A July 13, 2015

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Today marks the beginning of our ongoing coverage of ConnectiCon 2015.  The event was an epic time, which featured incredible panels, amazing guests, and the most devoted fans I have ever seen.

To start our coverage on the site, we’ve got video of an exclusive event not many of the event’s attendees were able to witness.  You may remember Rachel Robinson as the voice of Fang in the Final Fantasy XIII franchise, but she has also contributed voice work in numerous animated features that would take far too long to list off here.  She is joined by Christopher Bevins, a fellow voice actor who also has an incredible list of work including Soul Eater, Dragonball Z and Street Fighter IV.

More ConnectiCon 2015 videos will be coming throughout the week!  Stay tuned!

Rest in Peace, Satoru Iwata July 13, 2015

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It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the President of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, died suddenly this past weekend.

Mr. Iwata had been involved with Nintendo’s game development for years before he would be named its President.  He fondly admitted contributing to games like the NES classic Balloon Fight, a game which would become one of the first native Virtual Console games released on the Wii U. He also assisted with the development of the SNES cult classic Earthbound (Mother 2), a game so beloved that independent documentaries have been produced detailing the impact this game has had on its fans.

I first became familiar with Mr. Iwata from his regular appearances in his company’s Nintendo Direct videos. It was always nice to see him introduce the videos which would outline to fans all the great games that Nintendo was producing for their platforms.

Nintendo of America has announced that due to Mr. Iwata’s passing, they will not be producing any new updates on their social media accounts for the rest of the day out of respect.

Rest in Peace, good sir.