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Star Wars The Force Awakens trailer

A new trailer has been released for Star Wars The Force Awakens. The trailer debuted today at J. J. Abrams panel at the Star Wars Celebration. Take a look below. The movie hits theaters in December.

  
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Mortal Kombat X- Blood, guts, and lots of fun

I’ll admit this right off the bat: I love fighting games. I’m just not very good at them. Because of this, it’s always nice to have games in the genre that come along that even someone of my skill level can truly enjoy. The Mortal Kombat franchise for the most part did this for me, really striking home with 2011’s Mortal Kombat, the ninth entry into the series. WB and NetherRealm did even better with Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013), featuring a great story mode with characters from the DC universe and smooth gameplay, with plenty to do for a solo player. Now WB and NetherRealm have upped their game once again with Mortal Kombat X. Once more, the solo player has plenty of game here, and then there’s the online modes to stretch things even farther...

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New releases for the week of Monday, April 13, 2015

Two big releases this week allow players to indulge themselves with plenty of chaos and bloodthirsty action. Mortal Kombat returns with all new fatalities and a hefty roster of fighters to do bloody battle with for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One (those PS3 and Xbox 360 owners sadly have to wait awhile, as the version for those systems has been delayed). PC owners get to jump into a life of crime and many leisure activities with the release of GTA V. Coming to home video are an array of choices, from horror (The Babadook, Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death), drama (Big Eyes, Map to the Stars), animated (Batman vs. Robin), and action (The Man with the Iron Fists 2, Kidnapping Mr. Heineken)...

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Daredevil: Hell’s Kitchen gets its hero in a worthy series

NOTE: While I’m going to try and keep this review as spoiler free as possible for those who haven’t seen all 13 episodes for the Netflix series, some minor ones may creep in here and there. For the most part, this will be a general, overall review of the entire series, without taking each plot point in turn for the individual episodes.

Daredevil leapt off the comic book pages to the big screen in 2003 and wasn’t overly received well by either fans or critics. Some complained that Ben Affleck just wasn’t right for the role of Matt Murdock, that Michael Clarke Duncan brought nothing to the role of Wilson Fisk (aka The Kingpin) other than his size, that Colin Farrell was a bit over the top as Bullseye, and that Jennifer Garner’s Elektra missed the mark...

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Life is Strange Episode 2 “Out of Time”- Predictable events and an untimely loss of power

Episode 2 of Square Enix’s and Dontnod Entertainment’s tale of teenage angst and time manipulation Life is Strange picks up the day after Max’s horrifying vision of a massive tornado that sweeps in to destroy Arcadia Bay. “Out of Time” continues the mystery revealed in “Chrysalis”, but doesn’t offer any more clues or even any answers. Contrived situations raise their head for Max to use her time manipulation cheat, though her power does fail her towards the end at an inopportune (though predictable) time. The characters still don’t truly stand out from their standard cliches, and those that seemed to undergo a brief change in the previous episode, like Victoria, revert to form here...

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New releases for the week of April 6, 2015

The first full week of April isn’t loaded with new releases, but it has a couple of big ones. First off, players can return to Drangleic and die all over again with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, which moves the series proper to current gen consoles, complete with all DLC and new enemy placement. Friendlier dungeons might be found on the 3DS in Etrian Mystery Dungeon, and the New Nintendo 3DS gets its first big title Xenoblade Chronicles, the epic RPG from the Wii. The crime drama A Most Violent Year debuts on home video this week, along with the Ryan Reynolds dark comedy Voices and the horror film Rec 4. The big screen is loaded with drama this week, featuring The Longest Ride, Broken Horses, and The Sisterhood of Night...

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Furious 7- Everything you’d expect from the franchise, plus a touching tribute to Paul Walker

Family. That’s the big theme running through Furious 7, the latest in the Fast & Furious franchise. Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), his sister Mia (Jordana Brewster), her now husband and former FBI agent Brian O’Connor (the late Paul Walker), Dom’s love Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), and the comedy relief team of Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and Tej (Ludacris) are all back, trying to carry on from their London adventures covered in the previous film. Things seem to be getting back to normal, but it all doesn’t last, as the brother of their last adversary Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) also takes the notion of family to heart, and comes seeking revenge on the group along with DSS agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson)...

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MLB 15: The Show- Some gameplay video

MLB 15: The Show released this past week, and while I’ve barely scratched the surface of the game, I can say it’s one baseball fans should definitely check out. The controls are terrific, as are the visuals. The commentary is fairly good, though even this early on in the game I have heard some repetition. Major league baseball starts officially next week, and to get you in the mood to head out to your favorite ballpark, check out some of my gameplay in the video below. Hope you enjoy!

  
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Bloodborne: More gameplay video

Below is some more video footage of my gameplay in Bloodborne. In the video you’ll get a glimpse of the Forbidden Woods and some killing in Central Yharnam. Still working my way through the game and finding that I need to do a fair bit of grinding. Hope to be far enough soon to post another update article, but for now hope you enjoy the scenes from the game.

  
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New releases for the week of Monday, March 30, 2015

Well folks, a quarter of the year is gone and so far it’s been a pretty good one for gaming. Releases are a bit on the lighter side this week, and for gamers not looking to make death their friend they’re a bit less lethal as well. The big game of the week is this year’s installment of the Sony baseball exclusive MLB: The Show. There have been several tweaks added to MLB 15: The Show to make hitting, fielding, and pitching more dynamic, and those with last year’s entry can carry their saves forward. Xbox fans aren’t left completely out of the stadium and can enjoy their own baseball action with R.B.I. Baseball 15...

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