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Try PlayStation Vue if it’s near you

Another means of cutting the cable and satellite cords has debuted today. Mark the date, because on March 18, 2015, PlayStation Vue appeared before select PS3 and PS4 owners. Yes, a few now have the ability, and I guess some might consider privilege, to pay Sony to watch things on their consoles. I say few, more »

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Pixels is a movie that exists, but shouldn’t

Sometimes, our lovely editor posts things on the company Facebook page in hopes that we’ll write articles about it. Amongst these things came a trailer for the movie Pixel. Here, watch. (But really, you shouldn’t.) If you didn’t or couldn’t see the trailer, I’ll try to summarize it for you as best I can. Aliens more »

Watch a tiny Hulk smash things in Marvel Mighty Heroes

DeNA, the same publisher currently running to the bank thanks to Transformers Battle Tactics, has turned its sights to smaller versions of Marvel crimefighters. Marvel Mighty Heroes, not to be confused with action RPG Marvel Heroes (yeah right) is a free-to-play mobile co-op brawler coming soon to iOS and Android devices. Playable characters revealed so more »

LEGO Jurassic World lets you be an adorable dinosaur

First off, you really need to see this LEGO Jurassic World launch trailer. If you haven’t yet, you’re truly doing yourself a disservice. It is beyond cute, and a first look at how the dinosaurs of LEGO’s Jurassic World game will look. Adorable right? Bringing new meaning to the big head, little arms problem. Poor more »

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Hoopa should come to Pokemon ORAS soon

Anyone enviously eying up hacked legendaries since Pokemon X and Y will be pleased to know their desire for another “rare” pokemon should be satiated soon. Behold, the next Pokemon movie in Japan has been revealed as Ring no Choumajin Hoopa, starring Hoopa! For all those wondering why a Japanese, animated movie should matter to more »

The Babadook deserves its own horror game

I’m not one for horror films, or horror games, so when I find one that even I enjoy, I can’t help but share it with the world. So today I would like to introduce everyone to The Babadook. The film is an Australian psychological thriller, and seems to be begging for a video game port. more »

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Scarlett Johanson isn’t right for Ghost in the Shell

When we learned DreamWorks would be working on an adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, it seemed like good news. It’s a legendary manga with an amazing story, one which deserves to be told to a larger audience. People needed to be exposed to it. Except, now it’s looking more and more like we will more »

Let it go with Frozen in LittleBigPlanet 3

You can’t escape Frozen. Frozen is one. Frozen is all. Everywhere you go, Elsa, Olaf, and the other now-iconic characters will be staring back. You thought LittleBigPlanet 3 was safe? It’s not, because now Frozen is in LBP too. Check the PlayStation Store. What do you see? That’s right – the entire cast staring back more »

Put money aside for the Frozen Elsa Nendroid

Can’t let go of Frozen fever? I can understand, especially with the cold weather. Fortunately, an Elsa Nendoroid is coming to help encourage your obsession. Good Smile Company has announced she’ll be making her grand debut in May 2015. You’ll probably want to get this Elsa Nendoroid, because she’s gorgeous. She can reenact many of more »

Angry Birds movie assembles all-star comedy cast

You’re making an Angry Birds movie and you need an all-star voice cast. Who do you get? How about Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses), Josh Gad (Frozen), Danny McBride (This is the End, Eastbound and Down), Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live, The Skeleton Twins), Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live, Bridesmaids) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones, more »

Shadow of Mordor is 2014’s biggest pleasant surprise

We heard loads about Titanfall, Watch Dogs and Destiny leading into 2014. But Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor came from nowhere. I did a preview a a few weeks back, and things looked intriguing. The finished product is getting great reviews right now. After a year in which the biggest games either got delayed to more »

I refuse to acknowledge that Tetris movie

It’s a great day today, isn’t it? It’s the kind of day where nothing incredibly, ridiculously, unbelievably stupid could ever be announced. What’s that you’re saying about a Tetris movie? No. You’re mistaken. There is no way any company could be foolish and desperate enough to think a movie based on would be possible, profitable, more »