Trailer: Ultra Street Fighter IV for PS4

Ultra Street Fighter IV hits the PS4 with all the bells and whistles including all characters, all current downloadable content, 1080p resolution, 60 frames per second, fight-stick support. Ultra Street Fighter IV’ will be dropping May 26 with a digital-only release for $25.

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Trailer: Cooties

Starring Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson: Cooties. As the name implies, the film makes a play on the grade school rumor mill, actualizing cooties as an infectious disease that turns children into cannibalistic terrors. In select theaters September 18th.

Karmaloop Not Sold To Kanye West and Dame Dash

The Boston Globereports “the new owners, Comvest Capital of West Palm Beach, Florida, and Chicago-based CapX Partners, were the only group to submit an offer to buy Karmaloop in a bankruptcy auction process.” So it sounds as if Ye and Dame were just busting their gums this whole time.

The purchasing firm also has plans to replace Founder Greg Selkoe, although he previously said he would stay on as the CEO in this transition. Nevertheless, he’ll remain involved with the company in an advisory role. Selkoe went on to say he is “excited about the new capital coming into the business as well as my new role.”

Karmaloop will remained headquartered in Boston and continue to operate in both the United States and Europe.

New Mixtape: Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) Friday Night Freestyles

DOWNLOAD: Fabolous – Friday Night Freestyles (Mixtape)

The Brooklyn MC Fabolous decides to drop his brand new mixtape titled Friday Night Freestyles. This mixtape consists of freestyles over various rap classics from the ’90s and early 2000s, with guest features from Jadakiss, Paul Cain, Joe Budden & Stack Bundles.

Cavaliers dominate Hawks, take 2-0 series lead

For a second consecutive outing, LeBron James methodically dissected a cluster of defenders who weren’t up for the solo challenge of stopping a four-time MVP.

For a second consecutive outing, the Cavaliers relied on the long-range largesse of an unheralded, but streaky shooting guard.

And once again, Cleveland brought sustained pockets of silence to a Philips Arena crowd that may be more shocked than disgusted by another disappointing performance from Atlanta.

Put it all together, and you have the tent-pole rationale behind the Cavaliers’ 94-82 win over the Hawks in Game 2, a road thumping which now gives Cleveland a commanding 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals.

Just like Wednesday’s series opener, the Hawks and Cavaliers exchanged baskets for the majority of the first half; and just like that night, the Cavaliers were equal parts menacing and maniacal when pulling away from a seemingly overmatched Hawks club.

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