It’s two months away until HBO’s vampire series True Blood begins its wrap-up with its seventh season. Take a look at the teaser below.
True Blood: Season 7 premieres on June 22.Read More
This week is rather light on new releases, the biggest of which is probably Dark Souls II making its debut on PC and the remake of the French action flick District B13, Brick Mansions starring David Belle and the late Paul Walker, opens in theaters. So, here we go. As always, release dates are subject to change.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Demon Gaze- PlayStation Vita (trailer courtesy of PlayStation Life)
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game Series- Season Two- PlayStation Vita
LEGO The Hobbit- Wii U
Tyler Perry’s Medea’s Neighbors From Hell
Doctor Who: The Web of Fear
Spectacular Spider-Man Season 1/ Season 2
Eureka Seven: Part One (Limited Edition) (trailer courtesy of FUNimation)
Eureka Seven: Part Two
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi...Read More
Not an especially big week for any major releases, although there is a variety for gamers to choose from. PS4 users can finally jump into Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn. The Oscar nominated Philomena hits home video, along with the remake The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and the buddy comedy Ride Along. Wally Pfister, longtime collaborator with Christopher Nolan, makes his directorial debut on the big screen with the sci-fi thriller Transcendence. And out ahead of Earth Day (April 22) Disneynature brings us the new film Bears. Going to change the look of things a little bit this week, tell us in the comments what you think. As always, release dates are subject to change. Here we go!
Monday, April 14, 2014
Final Fantasy XIV Online: A Realm Reborn
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
As we head into April, the first full month of Spring, PS3 and Vita owners get to start off baseball season videogame style with MLB 14: The Show (sorry PS4 owners- you need to wait until May 6). Those who enjoy their fantasy online get to dive into The Elder Scrolls Online on PC and Macintosh, with it coming to consoles later. Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate makes the jump from handhelds to consoles and PC this week in a deluxe edition. Ron Burgundy comes to home video with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Keanu Reeves fights demons in the martial arts fantasy flick 47 Ronin, and the classic King Kong vs. Godzilla comes to Blu-ray. On the big screen the summer movie season starts a month early with Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the horror fantasy Jinn...Read More
Plenty of new stuff coming out this week, the first full week of Spring. We get Episode Two of Bioshock Infinite’s DLC Burial at Sea. Diablo fans get to dive into the expansion pack Reaper of Souls. Martin Scorsese’s critically acclaimed The Wolf of Wall Street hits home video this week. The popular platformer Fez makes the jump to Sony’s consoles, and if you’re in the mood for pummeling your opponents you can choose between BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma or Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends. On the big screen we get a new version of Noah and his ark with Darren Aronofsky’s (The Fountain, Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan) Noah, starring Russell Crowe in the title role...Read More
The luck of the Irish brings us a couple of big releases this week of St. Patrick’s Day. One of the more popular entries in the Final Fantasy franchise gets the HD treatment with Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster. Snake returns (this time voiced by 24 actor Kiefer Sutherland) in the prologue Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Disney’s smash hit and Oscar winning Frozen makes its home video debut, along with the Oscar nominated American Hustle and a movie featuring Mr. Disney himself (as played by Tom Hanks) in Saving Mr. Banks. The PS4 gets an exclusive this week in inFamous: Second Son, and the young adult novel Divergent bows on the silver screen. Also returning to the big screen are Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of those lovable Muppets in Muppets Most Wanted...Read More
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
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