Tuesday is almost here, and you know what that means--it's time to start thinking about the latest hot releases. Luckily for you, we rummage through the trash and unearth the kind stash.
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Modern Warfare 2, the largest entertainment release in the history of mankind, gets even better with the release of the Stimulus Package downloadable content on Xbox Live. The iconic military shooter gets five more multiplayer maps for your enjoyment, including two re-worked maps (Overgrown and Crash) from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Rekindle your care package addiction this Tuesday!
In Metalocalypse: Dethgame, players will be immersed in the METAL world of Dethklok. As a Klokateer, one of the band's loyal roadies, players will be unleashed on a heinous rampage against rabid mutant fans in brutal combat. Fight mutants, explore the rooms and dungeons of Mordhaus, and protect all that is brutal. Available on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
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As most of you already know, Sherlock Holmes is an action mystery film based on the character of the same name created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The movie blockbuster was directed by Guy Ritchie. Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law star as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. Holmes investigates a series of murders, apparently connected to occult rituals. Lord Blackwood is the mysterious villain. Sherlock Holmes isn’t the tightest of action movies, but it is a damn fun ride.
Whether you're a fan of marijuana, conspiracy theories, the UFC, or some bizarre combination of all three, you'll definitely want to pick up Talking Monkeys in Space, Joe Rogan's latest comedy DVD and audio CD. Packed with his trademark wit, Talking Monkeys features over an hour of standup material from the wayward UFC commentator, as well as a couple of extras. Your inner monkey demands that you check this out!
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Raymond v. Raymond is the forthcoming sixth studio album by American R&B loverman Usher. The album features production from Jermaine Dupri amongst others, including The Runners, Ester Dean,T-Pain, Polow da Don, Ne-Yo, Anthony Hamilton, The Neptunes, Adam Levine, RedOne, and Tricky Stewart. Due to his notorious breakup with Tameka Foster, the name of the album was inspired by the 1979 divorce film, Kramer vs. Kramer. Seriously, this album is jam-packed with solid R&B/hip-hop bangers and is the best Usher LP in a very long time.
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