We usually do pop culture stuff when it comes to movies. You know, stuff like Star Wars, Star Trek and whatnot. Notwithstanding that, we thought this new independent film starring Daniel Radcliffe deserves our attention.
Well, what do you know? James Cameron has took to CES 2020 to reveal the concept art of the sequel to the world’s number two film, Avatar. That’s right. We finally has something to look forward to after a decade on.
Don’t need to answer that because, there is only one answer: it is freaking awesome. Don’t believe? Just watch what YouTube channel ImmersionVFX did with some fight scenes from John Wick.
I am not sure if fans of the original Star Wars trilogy are also fans of the prequel, let alone the Disney-era sequels. If you are, you will be glad that you could soon own all 9 films that miraculously turned into a Skywalker story.
Now that Disney has called it a wrap for the original Star Wars saga that we thought never would end, it is time for, you guessed it, a video game. Not just any game, though. It’s a LEGO Star Wars video game.
Yes. It has happened! The Far Side, the single-panel comic created by American cartoonist Gary Larson that once graced newspapers, finally has an official home online. True fans will understand the significant of this event.
Well, that’s a huge bummer. The awesome music player app on App Store, Rewound, we talked about last week has been pulled from the App Store by Apple. I have mixed feeling about this.
I have long ditched Wii, but man, this upcoming fan game Project M is going to make me regret doing so. The now defunct Project M is survived by fans who have been carrying the torch since 2015 and adding new characters to the Super Smash Bros. Brawl. TBH, I never follow all those developments, […]
First it wants it you be a lowly criminal with Thief Simulator and now, game publisher PlayWay S.A. wants you to take a 180-degree turn and become holier than thou, like quite literally, with a video game called I Am Jesus Christ.
While designer/developer Elvin Hu is skeptical if his SwiftUI iPod Classic music player may not be approved by Apple, one developer, Louis Anslow, has already put up a similar app on Apple App Store.