In the early stages of a new console, there will be some misses among the hits. Basement Crawl, by developer Bloober Team, is that game for the PlayStation 4. The gameplay is essentially a Bomberman clone that uses an evil… Read More
Launch games are unique games in and of themselves. Usually, they are ports of existing titles, and there are usually a few new titles that serve the sole purpose to show off the new power and features of the new… Read More
For some reason, developers like to use comic book characters in fighting games. I understand the draw; big, garishly costumed people beating the crap out of each other with fists, gadgets, or superpowers. Next round; rinse, repeat. But to reduce… Read More
I admit when I'm wrong. When the Playstation Vita launch list was first revealed, if there was one game I had zero interest in playing, it was Michael Jackson: The Experience HD. I just didn't see how the game could… Read More
AMC’s The Walking Dead is the hottest show on cable right now, having set records with its mid-season premiere last Sunday and possibly setting up to break those same records in the Season 2 finale next month.
Game publisher EA and developer… Read More
This upcoming Friday, September 16, the fourth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars will debut on The Cartoon Network. The ongoing series tells the stories of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and his Padawan, young Ahsoka Tano, as they fight… Read More
Last week, How to Train Your Dragon’s directors Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders fielded questions from the media in a virtual roundtable discussion to promote the Blu-ray Disc and DVD release of the film (read our How to Train Your Dragon… Read More
I was watching Starz’ Spartacus: Blood and Sand a couple months ago and thinking how cool it would be to have an appropriately graphic Gladiator-based video game. That wish may still be a long shot, but the next best thing might be on the… Read More
The big-budget remake Clash of the Titans ruled a very busy box office this weekend, holding off dragons, Janet Jackson and Miley Cyrus en route to a record opening for an Easter weekend release.
Debuting on 3,777 screens (over 1,800 of which… Read More
Remember the 1960's song 'White Rabbit' by Jefferson Airplane, the trippy 1967 rock classic about the psychedelic drug scene with lyrics derived from the characters and incidents of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland? Grace Slick seductively crooned about hookah-smoking caterpillars,… Read More