Film starring Boruto as protagonist premieres in August
Last week I posted lists of twenty different Marvel heroes/teams we haven’t seen adapted to live action. To be honest, I’m amazed that I was able to get twenty good choices for heroes that we haven’t seen in live action. This list, however, is much, much easier to write. I could expand it to twenty plus easily.
Creators previously worked on Sachie-chan Good!! one-shot, Jiya short manga series
Ryūsei Yokohama leads cast as Hajime Hinata for adaptation of Spike Chunsoft's game
Square Enix also streams fake 2D fighting game trailer using game's assets
Crossover stage play opens in Tokyo in August
3-part project to star Tomo Muranaka, Momoko Tanabe, Hiroko Yakushimaru
The Naruto art exhibition in Tokyo opened to the public on Saturday, and visitors — who received the free Official Guestbook Shinden Fū no Sho book for...
Series slated for Blu-ray/DVD pack on June 30
Capcom’s multiplayer-centric Raid Mode for Resident Evil Revelations 2 will soon gets some fresh duds for some of your favorite characters.
While I’m a little bummed out that these don’t actually add any new characters to the game, I’m a bit thankful that I don’t have to grind up another character in Raid Mode. By the time you’re reading this, Capcom will have already begun rolling out updates across the console platforms for Resident Evil Revelations 2 (PS3 should follow shortly!), bringing with it new costumes for certain characters as well as an online Raid Mode patch for Xbox One. The character costumes are as follows:
Lady Hunk (Gina)
To make up for the delay of online Raid Mode for Xbox One, Capcom will be giving out 20,000 RE points for those that have signed up on the Xbox One, handy for getting some extra gold or other boosts for Resident Evil Revelations 2.
Game about "raising" a heroine for doujin work to ship on April 30
A couple of pieces of Call of Duty: Black Ops III news have surfaced over the last few hours.
Firstly, a release date of 6th November has all but been confirmed by a GameStop promo.
Secondly, more promotional material has since surfaced on gaming news site All Games Beta. You can view the images, which detail some of the new series features set to be introduced in Black Ops III, above and below.
Campaign's 2nd stretch goal aims to reprint Tezuka's Barbara
It looks like a remaster of the original Gears of War is genuinely happening.
Rumours have been swirling for some time regarding a potential remaster, although a carefully worded denial last month by Black Tusk's Rod Fergusson seemed to shoot down the idea.
Rumours resurfaced yesterday, however, with this article by Polygon, which claimed that sources had told the website that a remaster was indeed in the works.
To add further fuel to the fire, today Kotaku is reporting that three play-testers have confirmed to Kotaku that a remaster for the original Gears of War - and only the original Gears of War - is being developed by Splash Damage (Brink).
Indie-developed Metrovania sweetheart Axiom Verge will soon step away from the throes of Playstation 4 and branch out to other platforms in a few short weeks.
The wait will soon be over to play Axiom Verge on PC if you own a Steam account. Arriving on May 14th, this critically received adventure title has received rave press, including a review from our editorial staff as well. Ahead of the May release, Thomas Happ has released a short trailer for its PC debut.
While there is no official date on Axiom Verge arriving on Playstation Vita, rest assured that the portable entry won’t be far behind.
The Prince of Tennis musical's Mario Kuroba, Ryūgi Yokota star in July film
When Nintendo announced that they were discontinuing Club Nintendo, there was a lot of disappointment and excitement in regards to the final rewards. Since then Nintendo has started to send out these final rewards, leading to a lot of mixed reactions. Like the Majora’s Mask 3D messenger bag was similar to what we expected, but nowhere near as nice as the preview image lead us to believe. Now that the Animal Crossing mini playing cards are being sent out, how well do they stack up to expectations and previous offerings?
On paper the Animal Crossing mini playing cards sounded like the best value offered on Club Nintendo. For a mere 600 coins you were given two decks (one male, one female) of cards featuring the colorful cast of characters from Animal Crossing. The only question is how “mini” is mini? Despite the listing itself giving you its exact size, 2.36w x 1.57h if you’re curious, it’s hard to really conceptualize the size without pulling out a ruler or siting down and really thinking about it. Even if you compared it to the original full size deck of Animal Crossing cards, which was 3.75 x 2.6 x 1 inches, it doesn’t sound like that much of a downgrade.
However, when you compare the item to something else, the small size becomes immediately apparent. Not only are the cards tiny, they’re also hard to play with, hold, use, or find any real use for besides novelty or perhaps farming. Thats not to say some won’t enjoy them as a deck of travel cards, but odds are you won’t find a functional use for them.
Despite the cards having limited functional use, they have a lot of minor touches that make the product quite interesting. The decks themselves have characters on the fold (K.K. Slider on the blue ones, Tom Nook on the pink ones) and inside flaps, which give a real sense of presentation that was lacking in the Majora’s Mask 3D messenger bag, which wasn’t even covered outside of the package it came in.
The cards themselves are actually quite lovely. Each one features a different character, with said characters name included (in Japanese mind you), with a lot of color/charm from the series. The two decks share images, so don’t think there are a total of 108 designs, with their main difference being the color on the back of the cards.
Overall the cards were a neat touch and nice that you get a second deck to use, mess up or give to a friend, but much like the Majora’s Mask 3D messenger bag, this feels like another product that very few people will actually use. Hopefully the Zelda pouch will be better, though we already know it’s lower quality than the previous pouches.
Universal announced on Thursday that release of its Pacific Rim 2 film has been moved to August 4, 2017. The film studio announced last June that it planned...
Film sold 716,000 tickets for 960 million yen in 1st weekend