The Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods momentum continues! Following the highly successful theatrical release in August, the movie releases today, Oct 7th, on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD! Fans can relive the epic theatrical event with the Extended Edition Blu-ray Combo pack, which features 20 mins of never-before-seen footage. It also includes the theatrical version of the film, as well as 30 minutes of extra features, both of which are not available on the standard DVD version.
Dang Canada, you're just full of surprises aren't you? Urbance began as what looks like a teaser animation that was entered into festivals and now the creator and producer are both looking to complete the project as a full animation via kickstarter. And you know what? I really want them to make their goal. The animation looks incredible, but what I really dig about it is all the future tech that they've come up with. I love that stuff and being animated means that they can come up with anything they want.
First things first, the voice over for this video is terrible. The guy is trying his best, but it's so cheesy that you're better off muting him until the second half. The reason you have to turn him back on is because that's when he goes through the game features which is what actually sold me on this game.
I bet there are some people out there that look at "OVA" and think, "What the hell does that mean?" Well it means "Original Video Anime" which is a dumb way of saying "additional episode created after the initial airing of an anime. In the case of Kill la Kill it's a bonus episode that didn't make it to the states.
The idea of GameLock is an easy enough one to absorb; you buy a game from them and a hold is placed on your credit card for the full price of the game which is usually $60 dollars, but in some cases low. I'll use the example of Destiny which is priced at $56.75 new or if they have a pre-owned copy then you can select that.
To be up front, I’m not a big Pac-Man fan. I will play it if I see a random arcade cabinet somewhere, but I’m not one of those people that memorizes all the mazes and will argue whether or not Ms. Pac-Man is the superior game. My favorite thing about Pac-Man comes from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (the film) and that’s about it. That said I’m not going to let my lack of enthusiasm stop me from telling others about their three, count them three, Pac-Man titles coming to the mobile game market.
Of all the games I was able to check out at Bandai Namco’s New York Comic Con booth that one I could see myself playing a lot was CineMagic. The reason being is that it’s movie related and while my passion is comic books, my first love will always be film.
The past weekend at New York Comic Con (NYCC) I had the chance to stop by Bandai Namco’s game booth and check out a few of their games. One such game was Outcast Odyssey which just launched this week on the iOS platform. Let me start by saying that this game is complex, but in a good way. When most people think of mobile gaming they think of things like Words With Friends, Angry Birds and Candy Crush Saga. Simple games that don’t eat up a lot of time, but become addictive in their simplicity.
"Clerks" fans who can’t get enough of their favorite movies will be excited to hear that another famous name has entered the story: Nexus Game Studios and Daedalic Entertainment today confirm that also Jason Mewes of cult-duo Jay & Silent Bob is voice-acting in Randal’s Monday, the upcoming "point & geek" adventure game for PC & Mac.
We get this show on the road with some DC movie news, but wait there's some Image Comics movie news as well. We're talking about Wytches and all those announced DC movies if you couldn't tell. After that we're going to jam our opinion into Marvel's announcements... I bet we love them! Dustin also tells one more story from New York Comic Con in case you couldn't get enough.
Monster and Wine bring you a review of a BBQ joint in North Hollywod. Then the super duo delve into just what it is exactly that makes a TV show a show for chicks. Could your favorite show be a show meant for the ladies? Maybe! Not that that's a bad thing. And finally, we slap that controversy button again by talking about super-pedo (allegedly!) Stephen Collins and convicted super-pedo Ian Watkins (of Lostprophets fame.) Hug your kids a little tighter tonight, but not like that!