In today’s modern age of gaming developers will often base their creations on real people. In the past it was jarring to see an “actor” pop up as a video game character, especially if they were were relatively well known. Can you imagine the nightmare of plopping in Super Mario 4 and seeing a CG version of Danny Devito hurling fireballs from his swollen quasi-dwarven finger tips?
Look, I'm not for or against PeTA. I'm heavily in favor of the proper treatment of animals, but I also like a hamburger now and again. I think PeTA has a worthwhile message but at times can be a bit...out…
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No we really never get tired of this game. If you are yet to own it, now would be the time to pick it up. This is most likely preceeding a goty edition with all the dlc bundled in. If…
Many of you know the name Parry Gripp, but for those that don’t I’m here to educate you. In the mid 1990s I remember wandering into an awful record store in the middle of ghetto in Tampa. After digging through the “Punk” section one band caught my eye, Nerf Herder. I must admit I bought the CD simply for the name. Nerf Herder is what one very famous Princess of Alderan calls one very suave Corellian smuggler in a moment of anger.
So you have a nerdy circle one(husband, boyfriend, wife, girlfriend, friend, crush, sibling, child) and you want to get them into comics. Well that is how comics work best, much like the crack dealer on the corner (we all have one right?) you get them started on a freebie and before you know it they will be making weekly trips to the comic shop of choice and picking up their scrips (its what the cool kids call a subscription) and reading joyously all night.
So today we talked Black Friday, Mark Millar, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Assassins Creed: Brotherhood, MMA Fighters (I think), and thats about it. Oh and some guy named Ryan drops by to add virtually nothing worthwhile to the podcast (sarcasm
I did what I could, but it appears that somehow it switched to using my mic on my laptop. It doesn't sound horrible, but it does appear that I am using a microphone and am clearly storing Ash, Scott and…
Jade Raymond managing director of Ubisoft Montreal is heading up production on the next game in the Splinter Cell series.
Hey, do you remember that game “The Ship”? It was a 2006 PC release. You assumed the role of a passenger on a cruise ship. It was your sneaky goal to murder another passenger on the ship, while yet another passenger was trying to murder you. Enter Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s multiplayer mode.
Two icons in varying genres have now passed on in a day. Irvin Kershner was the director of The Empire Strikes Back, Robocop 2, and Never Say Never Again.
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