As a lover of horror films it’s no surprise that some of my favourite tv shows/films/books had horror related themes;
[Note: This is the fourth and final part of a multi-part post. In the first part I looked at the ways the Wii ultimately was a failure, and in the second part I looked at the ways Nintendo failed to capitalize on the Wii, helping to create the situation they find themselves in now with the Wii U. In … Continue reading Wii Hardly Knew U, Part 4 →
If you’ve been in Japan any in the past two years or so you’ve probably seen a smiling red cat
It won’t be much longer until the highly anticipated Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain comes out. The Hideo Kojima game (I don’t care what you say Konami) has already been met with outstanding reviews. IGN and Gamespot have given MGSV perfect scores already. Kotaku and Polygon’s early impressions are very positive as well.
This annual was a pleasant surprise, in what seems like a consistently average on going series. I think what really pops out at the reader and separates this issue is the team work of Robson Rocha on pencils, and Guillermo … Continue reading →
VR is about to go mainstream. The consumer versions of the Oculus Rift and Steam VR by HTC are arriving late