The Legend Of Heroes Trails of Cold Steel 3 Story Trailer

As many of you know I have a great relationship with NIS America. They have a habit of tossing me their games when they come out and as you guys know I fully admit to that and am quite honest, I have even told you guys not to buy one of them because I really disliked it. I am in the middle of playing the first game in the series, and while I am enjoying it the game is a bit slow to start but is picking up. There will be a full review before this one comes out, but you should know the 3 games are directly connected, so if you enjoy this trailer you might want to go pick up the other 2. I am being open about my working relationship with NIS because I don’t want you guys to think I was asked to share this info, I was not. I just don’t want you guys to go into this and be blindsided when you buy the 3rd game in a series that is all directly connected. So enjoy the trailer, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.


Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Release date

The release date has finally been released, and for those that don’t want to listen to me talk or watch the beautiful trailer below, that date is September 3rd, 2019. The 20 year anniversary is bringing us upgraded visuals, 3X speed boost, no encounters, and even battle assist if you want to. Or you can just break the game the old fashioned way and get the Lionheart on the first disk by abusing the card game and the junction system. You can also just play the game normally which is what I intend to do.

Final Fantasy 8 has long since been one of the more argued over games in the series as it seems people love or hate it, tho the Triple Triad game is universally loved it seems. ( I probably logged 20 or 30 hours into just that as a kid on just my first playthrough) I fall into the I love it camp, so this for me is going to be a must-have so look for a review sometime in early to mid-September. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.


Endgame Writer Explains Why There Was No Thanos/Hulk Rematch

ScreenRant recently talked about how co-writer of Avengers Endgame Stephen McFeely finally answered the question of why we never got to see that Hulk vs Thanos rematch many of us looked forward to. As one of the people that was initially annoyed by this I have to admit, it makes a lot of sense. The general idea is simple. After the snap, he learned to be more one with the Hulk and became Smart Hulk as the MCU calls him. Because of this, it was no longer a driving force for him to fight Thanos or anyone else.

That is it, that is why we never got our rematch. Because Smart Hulk had no desire to fight him again. Now while this does make sense, I will admit I still would have enjoyed seeing this. Going forward tho smart hulk can be quite fun to watch. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

The Rock, Vin Diesel and Jason Statham Can’t lose fights

Yes, you read that right, according to Screenrant all three have contract stipulations that forbid them from losing fights, and even have a clause that dictates how many times they can be punched in a movie. This isn’t really all that odd tho, the internet is full of examples of stars having things, both odd and not so odd in their contracts. It does seem a bit odd tho, and maybe even egotistical to have such a thing written in there tho. To each their own tho. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Disney+ can be an Add on for Hulu

While the exact price for this hasn’t been announced yetGamesradar has reported that Hulus SVP has stated you will be able to get Hulu and Disney+  ( tho Disney plus will cost 6.99 a month or 69.99a year on its own) as a package deal. I would assume it will cost around $10 a month as a package but that is just speculation on my part so take that with a huge grain of salt. Regardless, I am sure it will be a pretty fair deal. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Pillars of Eternity Coming to Switch August

The title says it all. The Obsidian Entertainment Pillars of  Eternity that has already been ported to every other current-gen system will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, with all of its DLC and expansions. It is also worth noting its follow up, Pillars of Eternity 2 Deadfire is also heading to the Switch. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.