Avatar: Way of the Water reveal trailer

Hey guys, remember James Cameron making the movie about overgrown smurfs? Remember being the very definition of a theater movie? Well we’ve come a long, long way since 2009 and honestly, I think it’s too little too late. Am I invested in Avatar 2? Nope. Do I know anyone that is? Not really, especially when the MCU, Star Wars, and a host of more well-known, better-aged series still running. May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Resident Evil (Netflix) trailer 1

Well, I’ll give Netflix this, this seems to have more production value than Welcome to Raccoon City had. In some ways, I like what I see. In others, I don’t like that we’re going into the apocalypse again. If this is based on the games, I couldn’t really tell but I’m curious rather than pissed. May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Dead Space Remake (Art Deep Dive 1)

This game looks so damn beautiful but holy shit I just want Dead Space. Why EA didn’t just remaster the trilogy like they did with Mass Effect Legendary Edition I don’t know. Apparently, it’s been revealed the game is set to drop January of 2023. I’m hoping we get an amazing evolution of a horror classic and not a dud ( Resident Evil 3 (2020). May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer 2

Of all of the live-action Star Wars stuff we’ve been getting, this is what I’ve been pretty pumped for. Everything looks great but some of the Inquisitors look really corny live. And honestly, I can’t tell why; is Disney starting to finally go cheap ass? Regardless, I know Ewan McGregor will give a great performance and I love the Vader intro at the end of the trailer.

Gotham Knights gameplay trailer

Ok, I’m a hard fan for the Arkham series but everything I’ve seen for Gotham Knights hasn’t really impressed me. The gameplay honestly reminded me of Marvel’s Avengers (game) more than something akin to Arkham which kind of worries me a bit. The movement styles came off kooky to me than cool. When the last gen versions were cancelled, I can’t say I’m bummed, weary that it’s from the same makers of Batman: Arkham Origins . I’m hoping for the best but what does it mean? May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review

  Eiyuden Chronicle Rising is a weird game for me. It’s cheap ($15) and is a spin off of a game that isn’t out yet. It introduces you to the world and some of the characters that will be in next year’s Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes.

  It actually does a very good job of this, C.J. is a lovable scavenger and her relationship with Garoo who is a kangaroo is great. More than once I laughed at how upset or annoyed he would seem to get at her love of stamp collecting.

  Yes I did say stamp collecting. A large part of this game is simply helping rebuild New Nevaeh. While you do this the towns people will reward you with money, experience new tools and stamps. These stamps fill a card that basically show your progress in the game and can be used to get items at the trader, later on some of these items are absolutely amazing so it is worth collecting them, sort of.

I say sort of because the game isn’t really all that hard or long. You only ever get three characters,you can swap between them easily simply by hitting A Y or B depending on who you want to attack with and doing so allows you to use link attacks to cause more damage or solve puzzles. I never found a reason to spend time grinding for levels or materials, simply doing all the missions will set you up nicely.

  The town itself however is nice, rebuilding it is simplistic,just gather the materials people ask for and give it to them. They will build the building in a preset location and give you a stamp.

Honestly for $15 the game is nice but a little repetitive. It is a nice introduction however to a world I can’t wait to give deeper into. It is also on GamePass and definitely worth checking out. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef – Pre-order about to begin [PS4/Switch]

As some of you guys love to collect physical copies of games, ININ games has asked me to share with you that the PS4/Switch preorders for their upcoming title.These editions will only be available at Strictly Limited Games and their partnered fan store Gamesrocket and include items that cannot be found anywhere else, a must-have for Warhammer 40,000 fans! This follows after the fantastic previous collaborations between Rogueside and Strictly Limited Games on the critically acclaimed Guns, Gore & Cannoli franchise.

Limited & Collector’s Editions:

Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef gets physical, powered by Strictly Limited Games and Gamesrocket. The Limited and Collector’s Editions for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation® 4 (PS4) and PlayStation® 5 (PS5) can only be found at these two stores.

The Limited Edition is limited to 3,500 individually numbered copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,500 for PS4 and PS5 each, at a price of 29.99€ / $34.99. This edition includes a unique cover artwork and a colourful game manual.

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The Collector’s Edition is limited to 2,500 copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,000 for PS4 and PS5 each. This orktastic edition for real collectors is priced at 59.99€ / $65.99 and includes the following exclusive collectibles: 

  • Collector’s Edition Box
  • Colorful Game Manual 
  • Acrylic Diorama with 4 Ork Boyz
  • Original Soundtrack on CD
  • Shoota Metal Keychain
  • 4 Ork Boyz cardboard standees
  • Character Sticker Set
  • Double-sided Poster, A2
  • Skull Fabric Patch

You can check out mock-ups of these items in this beauty shot.

Collector's edition for PlayStation and Switch contents

George Pérez, Legendary ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Teen Titans’ Comic Book Artist, Dies at 67

George Pérez, a legend of DC Comics frequently considered one of the best comic book artists of all time, died Friday from pancreatic cancer. He was 67. Last December, Pérez announced that he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The news of his death was shared by his close friend, Constance Eza, who posted a statement…

George Pérez, Legendary ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Teen Titans’ Comic Book Artist, Dies at 67