One of the most popular conferences of the year, Comic-con, is happening this weekend. This year, however, it is not just going to be about comics but video games as well. This is thanks to the fact that Nintendo has setup a booth to show off some of its new games.
Boxing movies are made all the time in Hollywood, and they’re nearly always Oscar bait. Actors see a boxing film as an opportunity to train like an animal and be completely immerse in a character’s world when they have to play a boxer.
James Cameron is the movie equivalent of the Klitschko Brothers. The two heavyweight boxing brothers have held all the major world titles for years, destroying all in their wake. Cameron has done the same thing with the global box office. His movie one-two of Avatar and Titanic have been at the top of the heavyweight box office rankings since they were released in 2009 and 1997 respectively.
Ben Wheatley is a very interesting British filmmaker. In a few short years, he has managed to make the gangster film interesting again (Down Terrace), the crazy British horror film cool again (Kill List) and cross Natural Born Killers with the National Trust (Sightseers). Suffice to say, people took notice when they heard that his new film A Field in England was to be about a group of soldiers who find themselves in a remote field during the English civil war. Nobody was expecting campfires and sing-alongs. This is a Ben Wheatley film.
As Grand Theft Auto V gears up for its September release, Rockstar has switched the hype temperature to fever pitch with this brand new GTA V gameplay trailer.
Disney fails to strike box office gold over the July 4th weekend as “The Lone Ranger” flops. Unfortunately for Disney, this is not the only movie that lost money for them this summer.
Pandora has just launched a new update for iOS devices. This update includes bug fixes, an auto-pause feature and event “stutter free” playback.
Sony have chosen to work with a company called ‘Boku’ in order to establish the service and the two have also successfully organised a deal with all of the UK mobile phone service operators, meaning that everyone in the UK who has a PSN account and a working mobile phone will be able to top up their PSN wallet this way.
Think that the Xbox One’s reputation system is a stroke of genius or a poorly thought out decision?
Nintendo has been very successful over the years. However, like most successful companies, they have had their fair share of failures as well. Now it looks like Nintendo has another add-on to join their list of flops, the Wii Vitality Sensor.
Google and Apple may soon be entering the home console race much like Ouya did. Would a new gaming console from Apple and Google change the face of gaming as we know it?
Ubisoft website gets hacked. All users are being urged to change their passwords.
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With the advancement of technology so advanced now that every game looks as good as a Hollywood movie, it’s important that we savor the games of yesteryear.
If anyone knows when it is time to jump ship, it’s Don Mattrick. After holding a terrible E3 press conference with Microsoft, Mr Mattrick has announced that he is leaving the Xbox division of Microsoft to be the new CEO of Farmville creator Zynga.
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For many years the Tokyo Game Show, which is like E3 in Japan, has been controlled by Nintendo. This year, however, Nintendo will not attend the event. What is even more odd, is the fact that Microsoft will be there despite their gaming console not being popular in Japan.
What if everyone had the ability to track people lurking on the other side of walls? Well, this is an ability that Professor Dina Katabi wants to give to ordinary people. How could such a thing be possible? With new technology called Wi-Vi.
Indiegogo and Kickstarter were built on the notion that indie filmmakers and artists can get the opportunity to have their passion projects funded by indie funders and art lovers alike. Nowhere does it say that anybody worth $22m (as Zach Braff allegedly is) cannot use it, so nobody should be angry or upset about it, right?
s there not a more interesting story to tell using these kinds of characters that isn’t just 100% shock-and-awe tactics. How long is it going to be before kids shrug their shoulders at one of these films and the audience pulling power of a $200m blockbuster starts to wane?