The Last Of Us: Part 2 Pre-Orders Tracking Ahead Of Marvel’s Spider-Man In Europe, Says Jim Ryan

The Last of Us: Part 2 is no stranger to controversy. Whether you may have seen the leaks or heard Neil Druckmann say that the upcoming sequel is “a divisive game” that caused philosophical arguments within Naughty Dog, then know that at the game’s core, it’s controversial. With that said, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s CEO claims that The Last of Us: Part 2 pre-orders are tracking better than Marvel’s Spider-Man in Europe despite the forthcoming title making news for all the wrong reasons. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Pre-Orders Tracking Ahead Of Marvel’s Spider-Man In Europe, Says Jim Ryan”

Irodori Comics CEO On Takahashi Accused Of Translating Manga For Pirate Group

The Testament of Sister New Devil

Irodori Comics’ On Takahashi is probably best known for being quite vocal against pirate groups. He was one of the prominent voices championing the shut down of groups like Manga Rock back in August of 2019. However, some digging by manga fans uncovered that one of the translators working on the English translations of The Testament of Sister New Devil for an unlicensed group is none other than On Takahashi. Continue reading “Irodori Comics CEO On Takahashi Accused Of Translating Manga For Pirate Group”

Sonic Live-Action Movie Is Getting A Sequel

Sonic 2

Jeff Fowler’s Sonic: The Hedgehog is really a shining beacon of how to capture a license for a franchise, completely screw up artistically, do a complete 180, and steer the project from the lane of heading to Get Woke, Go Broke-ville and toward the Red Pills Pay Bills town. It was thanks to Fowler and the studio’s willingness to listen to fans that the movie managed to become startling success and now Paramount Pictures has greenlit a sequel. Continue reading “Sonic Live-Action Movie Is Getting A Sequel”

Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan

Japan Sinks 2020

Leave it to Netflix to grab an anime adaptation based on Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 novel about Japan basically sinking into the ocean after major catastrophic earthquakes breaks the nation up to its core, literally. Continue reading “Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan”

PS5 Aims To Bring The Best Value But Not The lowest Price, Says Jim Ryan

Many outlets have posted up multiple editorials and opinion pieces on the price point of the Xbox Series X and the PS5. However, we may not know the exact numbers for both next-gen consoles right now, but we do know that Sony will attempt to bring the “best value” to its customers instead of a lower price point later this year. Continue reading “PS5 Aims To Bring The Best Value But Not The lowest Price, Says Jim Ryan”

Twitter Censors Tweets From President Donald Trump, Official White House Account

Censorship Riots

It looks like Big Tech is really overstepping the bounds now. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey greenlit his staff to directly censor tweets from the President of the United States of America, and from the official White House. This is direct interference of a public statement from the Commander in Chief by a tech company. Centrists™ will defend this action saying that “Twitter is a private company”, but keep in mind that Donald Trump was forbidden by the courts from blocking followers because his account was considered a public space since he’s a sitting President and government officials are not allowed to censor constituents. It’s ironic that tech companies are allowed to censor government officials, though. Continue reading “Twitter Censors Tweets From President Donald Trump, Official White House Account”

NASCAR Heat 5 First Gameplay Trailer Previews Graphics, Camera Angles, Licensed Vehicles

NASCAR Heat 5

704Games and Motorsport Games released the first gameplay trailer for NASCAR Heat 5. The video is just under a minute long and features a look at the basic oval action you’ll be experiencing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One come July 7th. Continue reading “NASCAR Heat 5 First Gameplay Trailer Previews Graphics, Camera Angles, Licensed Vehicles”

Sony Announces PS5 Presentation To Go Live On June 4th, 2020

Website Video Games Chronicles or VGC predicted that Sony would have a PS5 games related event to go live in the early part of June. Although the website in question was a day off, the content was spot on regarding what Sony will premier next week. VGC’s confirmation comes from Jim Ryan — Sony Interactive Entertainment’s president and CEO — in a new blog post. Continue reading “Sony Announces PS5 Presentation To Go Live On June 4th, 2020”

Death Stranding Sold Well Enough And Is A Success, Says Hideo Kojima

Previously, some reports indicated that Death Stranding may have been a sales bomb. However, in a recent interview, Hideo Kojima — head of Kojima Productions — notes that Death Stranding has performed well enough to be considered a “success.” In other words, the game has recouped all losses and performed well on the market to fund Kojima’s next project. Continue reading “Death Stranding Sold Well Enough And Is A Success, Says Hideo Kojima”

Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash

Masters of the Universe Revelation - Teela

Screen Rant did an article recently about Netflix’s upcoming Masters of the Universe: Revelation, compiling information they’ve gleaned from various sources, including showrunner Kevin Smith talking about the project across various interviews and podcasts. In the article they stated that the upcoming show would star Teela as the main protagonist, which prompted YouTube outlet Clownfish TV to inform fans that they were right all along about He-Man not being the main character of his own show in the Netflix reboot-sequel. Well, Kevin Smith decided to chime in with his own retort and defend the show after backlash erupted over people finding out that He-Man would be sitting second fiddle to Teela. Continue reading “Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash”

Wreckfest Review: A Real Racing Game For Real Racing Fans

Wreckfest Review

Title: Wreckfest
Genre: Racing
Players: 1 – 24 (online)
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC (Reviewed)
Developer: Bugbear Entertainment
Publisher: THQ Nordic
Price: $39.99
Release Date: June 14th, 2018

Without wasting a lot of words, I can openly say that Bugbear Entertainmaint’s Wreckfest is well worth the purchase. You should buy it if you enjoy high-octane, physics-based racing simulators. The game does have some rough spots around the edges, such as the cursor tab sometimes not showing up when navigating the menus, or some of the menus failing to load properly, or some infrequent frame stuttering in a certain parts of the oval asphalt track where the infield comes into view. Continue reading “Wreckfest Review: A Real Racing Game For Real Racing Fans”

Liberated Noir-Drenched Gameplay Trailer Is Filled With 2.5D Action

Liberated

The black and white noir side-scroller from Polish developer Walkabout and Atomic Wolf for the Nintendo Switch called Liberated received a brand new gameplay trailer featuring a look at the game’s side-scrolling, 2.5D action, some of the cinematics and a look at a couple of the characters you’ll be playing. Continue reading “Liberated Noir-Drenched Gameplay Trailer Is Filled With 2.5D Action”

Japan Wants To Expand Cyberbullying Laws In Wake Of Hana Kimura’s Death

Hana Suicide

Japanese politicians are looking to expand their laws related to cyberbullying following the passing of Japanese female wrestler, Hana Kimura. The reason for this is because some reports alleged that the wrestling superstar had committed suicide after being criticized for her looks and behavior on a Japanese reality TV show called Terrace House; a show that was subsequently cancelled following the news of Kimura’s suicide. Continue reading “Japan Wants To Expand Cyberbullying Laws In Wake Of Hana Kimura’s Death”

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