Some big releases this week. It ‘s time to prepare to die again- and again and again- as Dark Souls II hits the PS3 and Xbox 360 on Tuesday (sorry, PC users- you have to wait until April). It looks like Drangleic will present as much of a challenge to survive as Boletaria and Lordran did. For online shooter fans, Titanfall releases this week for Microsoft’s consoles and the PC, adding mechs to the mix in what looks to be more than just another sci-fi military shooter. The Coen brothers folk singer fable Inside Llewyn Davis hits home video, and another video game franchise gets a crack at the silver screen when Need for Speed, starring Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, roars into theaters Friday. So, without any further delay, here’s this week’s list...Read More
A teaser trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been released. Check it out below (courtesy of El Rey Network).
The long awaited sequel to Sin City was originally supposed to open last fall, but was pushed back to this year. Once again the film is based on the comics by Frank Miller, and is directed by both Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. the film stars Eva Green, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jessica Alba, Juno Temple, Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, Rosario Dawson, Jaime King, Mickey Rourke, and Ray Liotta. The movie is set to open on August 22.Read More
Nintendo America opened up 37 new vacancies. In February, they also had 67 new vacancies. Below are the job details as they were posted on Twitter.
You can also find the details on their website here :
This could also be good news for the company’s steady growth in NA. Hopefully good business will come to them and capture more of NA’s heart. This can also be part of Iwata’s plan to revive Nintendo’s business in NA.
Working for Nintendo is one of my dream, but, unfortunately, they don’t have any suitable job for me………. yet.Read More
For the first week of March we have a couple of major releases. The biggest game this week would be South Park: The Stick of Truth, which was developed by Obsidian Entertainment (Fallout: New Vegas) in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios (the show’s creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, wrote the game’s script) and is being published by Ubisoft. From the trailers and videos of gameplay, it looks and feels like playing an episode out of South Park as you move Kenny, Stan, Kyle, and Cartman through a turn based fantasy adventure. Also out this week for the PC and PS3 is the second episode in Telltale Games The Walking Dead: Season Two...Read More
“VI.” proved to be quite an eventful episode, resulting in a few gains offset by some big losses. Billy falling overboard (or did Flint help him?) was by far the most notable among those lost on the Walrus after they got most of the guns from the Andromache. For a moment, it looked like Flint would get away clean, until two members of his crew inadvertently triggered the bomb rigged by Bryson. The resulting fireball gave away their position to the Scarborough, which began shelling the ship as she tried to make her getaway. Prior to Billy falling overboard, Flint was questioning him about Miranda’s letter as they were trying to cut loose a piece of debris that was slowing the Walrus down...Read More
Turns out Level R isn’t the lowest level in the base, as we find out in the aptly named episode “Level X”. Alan learns that level holds a “virus vault”, a secure room that houses the original strains of Narvik-A and Narvik-B, in addition to many other viruses (“They have more strains here than we do at the CDC,” Julia tells Alan). Naturally, the plan is to go down there, destroy all of the samples so Ilaria can’t return with their army and take the virus for themselves, and hopefully get out alive. In their way- all of the Vectors from Level R...Read More
After taking another break, Arrow returns with a new episode and a new villain, along with a revamped team as Sara/Black Canary has been worked into the fold. The villain in question is one William Tockman, aka The Clock King. As played by Robert Knepper (Prison Break, Hitman, Transporter 3), Tockman proves to be an intelligent and ruthless adversary who plots everything out down to the last second. His command of time aids in him stealing a device known as the Skeleton Key, which can open any bank vault in the city. Not only does Tockman know precisely how to time things out, he also is brilliant at hacking into computers, and infiltrates the team’s computers at one point, causing them to explode in a shower of sparks...Read More
A new trailer has been released for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which swings into theaters this May. Check it out below (courtesy of SonyPictures).
The movie features returning cast members Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone along with Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, and Paul Giamatti. Marc Webb returns as the director. The film opens on May 2, coinciding with Free Comic Book Day on May 3.Read More