Whether you think the supposed concluding movie of the so-called “Skywalker Saga”, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is dope, or you are simply a super fan who need to have every Star Wars movie, you will want to know every single Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Blu-ray and DVD in existence.
Regardless of how bad we think the Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace was, we have to admit that there was one thing good that came out of it and that was Podracing. Speaking of Podracing… the racing video game based on the podracing sequence from the 90s is making a comeback.
The mention of augmented reality (AR) conjures up the idea of graphics overlaid in real world. But do you know, there’s audio AR too? And audio AR is what Bose and Trigger are bringing to fans of Star Wars.
Puzzle is one of the best ways to kill time and time is, sadly, what many people have in this unprecedented time. Puzzle is actually a good break from binge watching Netflix and browsing lame coronavirus memes on Reddit.
The U.S. government and medical experts on communicable diseases have implored residents of the U.S. to commit to social distancing to halt the spread of the coronavirus. And as social distancing is at play, businesses are paying the inevitable price and by businesses, it includes, well, lap dance club.
Who can forget the infectious Night Fever song by the Bee Gees? Absolutely no one. Well, unless you haven’t heard of it. Anyways, this brings us to an excellent news for fans of Bee Gees. Capitol/UMe will be rolling out five remastered LPs from the wildly popular 60/70s UK pop music group.
So you think print is dead? Well, not if The New York Times can help it. In a world where digital media reigns supreme, The New York Times Magazine is reinventing itself with the help of Google Lens.
Good news, fans of Evangelion! Not only there’s going to be an official Evangelion mobile game, dubbed Evangelion Battlefields, there will be some pretty sweet companion hardware for the game from Takara Tomy Arts.
Remember when Choose Your Own Adventure books were a thing? With the modern entertainment options available to us, that genre seems to have faded into oblivion. We haven’t seen anyone making the attempt to revive this genre since Jurassic World Choose Your Own Adventure Book.
Most of us tend to get a little sentimental at times, and the Internet can help us to remember the good old days. Despite the fact that we have direct access to information about most of humanity’s greatest achievements and we can learn about pretty much whatever we want, we like to go back to […]