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    View CommentsMinecraft Hunger Games!

    February 19th, 2013 by



    Citizens of Panem…er…FUS!!!  We’ve decided to try and break of out of the winter blues by hosting a Minecraft Hunger Games tournament!  If you’ve ever read the books or watched the movie you should get an idea of what’s going on.  If not, long story short it’s a PvP deathmatch!  I’ll also providing streaming audio during the match to deliver important announcements.  I’ll have a link to that once it’s set up.  RSVP in the forums if you’d like to volunteer as a tribute.  Be sure to join us for this epic event!

    Friday, Feb 22

    6:00 PM Pacific Time


    May the odds be ever in your favor…

    View CommentsWilliam Windom, Voice of Uncle Chuck, Dies at 88

    August 21st, 2012 by
    The world has lost another great talent.  William Windom, best known to the Sonic community as the voice of Uncle Chuck, died of congestive heart failure Thursday evening at his home in Woodacre, CA.  While we here at FUS remember Windom specifically for his role as Uncle Chuck, we should also take a look at some of his other accomplishments.  Windom’s career started on the stage before he ever appeared on screen.  While studying at the Biarritz American University in France, Windom had his first taste of acting when he played the lead role in a production of Richard III.  Windom would continue his theatric pursuit in New York, where he would appear in more than a dozen Broadway productions.  Windom eventually branched out into radio and television, beginning an impressive career that would span over four decades.  He went on to  appear in many popular televesion series such as Gunsmoke, Star Trek, and The Twilight Zone.  Despite his Emmy winning performance  in the 1969 series My World and Welcome to It, Windom is perhaps most well known for his work in Murder, She Wrote, where he appeared on more than 50 episodes.  And while the television world is saddened by his death, we feel deeply for the loss of the man that gave life to a wise, old hedgehog.
    Thanks to forum member Jman1236 for bringing this to our attention.

    View CommentsSonic Generations on sale on Steam

    December 27th, 2011 by


    Sonic Generations , like most Sonic games, has been a title every Sonic fan has been talking about.  However, instead of the negative rap many of the past few games have received, Generations seems to be getting nothing but praise.  This little gem has brought together fans of both classic and modern Sonic in an epic adventure that was well past due.  Generations also brings a first to the Sonic franchise, it’s the first Sonic game to be offered on PC.  You can purchase Sonic Generations on Steam for $29.99.  But, if you haven’t purchased your copy yet now is the time to buy.  For the next 16 hours Sonic Generations is available on Steam for $10.19!  That’s 66% off the regular price!  Hurry up and grab it while you can!