Not a big week to open the month of May, but we do have two big releases of note. Gearbox releases their new shooter Battleborn onto PC, PS4, and the Xbox One. We’ll see if the gameplay will win over Borderlands fans, or if its similarity will make them take a pass. On the big screen we get one of the more highly anticipated comic book movies of the year, Captain America: Civil War. Advance reviews have been good, and it’s already doing well at the box office overseas...Read More
A wide variety of games hits store shelves this week as well as being available digitally. Telltale Games wraps up its mini-series with Michonne and gives Tales from the Borderlands a retail release. The second episode of Hitman drops along with the twin stick shooter Alienation. Home video gets the horror themed Christmas flick Krampus and Kevin Hart and Ice Cube take us along for a new ride in Ride Along 2...Read More
While there are a lot of gaming choices this week, there aren’t any real big notable titles save for The Banner Saga 2, which heads for the PC, and Star Fox Zero for the Wii U. Coming to home video this week is the movie that finally snagged an Oscar for Leonardo DiCaprio, the brutal survival Western The Revenant. In theaters this week Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth do battle pre-Snow White in The Huntsman: Winter’s War...Read More
It’s time to die again as From Software rolls out the next edition in its Souls franchise. Dark Souls III promises plenty of new enemies to kill players across the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Making its debut on current gen is the Sony exclusive franchise Ratchet & Clank, just in time to get us primed for the movie being released on April 29. Players will be able to cage nasty beasties in the new DLC for Fallout 4, and JRPG fans can explore many jobs in Bravely Second: End Layer on the 3DS...Read More
A couple of big game releases hits on this first full week of April. Quantum Break, the hybrid action game/TV show hits the Xbox One and PC this week. Also arriving is the off road racer from Codemasters Dirt Rally. In theaters on Friday we get the video game inspired first person action thriller Hardcore Henry, along with the Melissa McCarthy comedy The Boss and the college hijinks movie Everybody Wants Some!!. Oh, and coming to home video this week is a little movie called Star Wars: The Force Awakens...Read More
It’s a little less than a month away for fans to make their way back to Westeros and catch up on the clans Stark, Lannister, and Targaryen. HBO has released a new trailer for Season 6. Take a look below.
And for a bit longer look, here again is the red band trailer.
Games of Thrones Season 6 debuts on April 24 on HBO.
Plenty for gamers to choose from on this final week of March. PC gets a ton of love this week, with titles like Adr1ft, RollerCoaster Tycoon World, AirMech Command, and Gunjack all arriving and awaiting to be downloaded. Resident Evil 6 gets upgraded to the PS4 and Xbox One, and those looking for more zombie action can check out episode two of The Walking Dead: Michonne. Baseball fans get to dive in to America’s pasttime with MLB The Show 16...Read More
Spring has arrived, and for the new season’s first week we have a wide variety of games, though no real big titles. A bunch of classic Nintendo games- EarthBound, Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest, and Super Mario Kart- make their way to the New Nintendo 3DS. Also hitting Nintendo’s handheld this week is Hyrule Warriors Legends, the traveling version of the Wii U game Hyrule Warriors...Read More
NOTE: As I did with season 1, this will be an overall review of the second season of Daredevil, and will touch on the series as a whole rather than doing thirteen separate reviews on each episode. I will try to keep things as spoiler free as possible, but certain things happened over the course of the season that make it impossible to keep the review completely spoiler free. So there will be some minor spoilers ahead. If you want absolutely nothing spoiled, go binge watch the 13 episodes and come back after...Read More
Not a huge week for big releases for gamers, though there is some variety on tap. Pokken Tournament hits the Wii U this week for those who wish to do battle. Salt and Sanctuary arrives on PS4 with brutal Dark Souls-esque combat to go with its side scrolling. And more fighting arrives with Samurai Warriors 4: Empires and EA Sports UFC 2. Coming to home video is the fifth season of Game of Thrones to catch you up before season 6 begins on April 24 along with Oscar nominees Brooklyn and The Big Short...Read More