You’ll have to forgive my lack of enthusiasm for Man of Steel, the Christopher Nolan produced Superman reboot. I mean, the recent track record for Krypton’s last son hasn’t been the greatest.
After Naughty Dog‘s awesome display at the VGA’s earlier this month, pre-order details, official box art, and even a release date for The Last of Us has been announced as 2013, one of the most anticipated years in gaming, is upon us.
The adventures of the South Park gang look to be more bizarre than ever next year.
Returning to a movie set as father and son, actors Will and son, Jaden, Smith are unveiled in the very first trailer of Columbia Pictures’, After Earth. With a plot that borrows from the likes of I Am Legend and Pursuit of Happiness, Will’s character, Cypher, must protect his injured son, Kitai Raige, who is critically injured.
The writer most connected to DC Comics‘ Barbara Gordon has suddenly been relieved of her duties.
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Visceral Games’ Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel has a new trailer called Lethal Cartel. The trailer shows off the usual gameplay footage and explosions required by unwritten law for shooters, but also has some good tongue-in-cheek humor about the shooter genre’s penchant for wanton destruction. Check below the cut for the trailer and screenshots!
Team NINJA, developers of Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden, have announced PlayStation Vita versions of Dead or Alive 5 and Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2.
Recently I’ve had more time to go through some back logged games that I never had the time for. Specifically, I went through Legend of Dragoon, Parasite Eve, and now Final Fantasy VI. Apparently I had skipped some classics growing up, and I’ve gotta say, they’ve all shown to be pretty amazing so far. RPGs were a large part of my gaming life during my younger years, and getting back into them has rekindled my enthusiasm.