Medal of Honor Review – Fear the Beard!
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on November 2, 2010 under Gaming, Reviews
With Call of Duty currently maintaining a unrelenting grip on the first-person shooter market; EA has decided to reboot the Medal of Honor franchise to try to grab a slice of the modern warfare pie. Did they succeed? Well, if you're looking for Modern Warfare 3; look elsewhere. But if you want a military FPS grounded in reality with a multiplayer component more reliant on teamwork than rock stars;... more.
Terry Pratchett’s Discworld coming to the big screen!
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News
No, you aren't dreaming. A major studio is finally making a Discworld movie. After months of speculation as to what they're next movie will be; directors Ron Clements and John Musker (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and Princess and the Frog) will be directing a traditionally animated Discworld movie for Disney. This news was originally reported as a rumor on more.
Vintage Star Wars Travel Posters
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on November 1, 2010 under Star Wars
There's a new book of Star Wars art just released titled Star Wars: Visions. Due to that release, artists from around the web are sharing their Star Wars creations with the whole Internet, and artist Steve Thomas is the latest. About two years ago he created a series of Star Wars travel posters inspired by early 20th Century travel posters and has been sitting on them since then as he waited for a... more.
John Carmack speaks RAGE…geeks listen.
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, Tech
id's John Carmack has released a new blog post on the official Bethesda blog dealing with the upcoming mobile port of id's new FPS RAGE. Carmack famously showed off the iPhone version of the game at this year's Quakecon; causing geeks to to into spasms of disbelief that such a huge high-end ... more.
Your pilot, C-3PO!
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Star Wars
Back in September, Disney revealed images of the new Star Tours pilot; Ace. Since then, apparently things have changed thanks to input from Lucas as C-3PO will be piloting the Starspeeder 1000 when Star Tours II opens in May. The Disney Parks Blog didn't reveal just how C-3PO will get in the pilot's seat, but t... more.
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Pics, Star Wars
Lucas and Disney have been buddies for more than twenty years now, ever since Star Tours opened in Disneyland in the late 80's. Since then Disney and Lucas have been doing combos of their characters, such as Jedi Mickey. In recent years these have become more popular with action figures of the Disney Star Wars characters being made, and one ... more.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Review
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on October 29, 2010 under Gaming, News, Reviews, Star Wars
I hate to say it, but The Force Unleashed II is a disappointment. And this is coming from someone who loved the first game and preached its greatness to everyone who didn't try it. The first game was a solid action title with amazing physics and interaction with the environment, but what set it apart from other games in the genre was a great Star Wars story. The official, canon, explanation of jus... more.
The Old Republic reveals the Chiss, and more!
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, Star Wars, Videos
As part of this week's update for The Old Republic, they revealed a whole bunch. Firstly the Advanced Classes for the Imperial Agent will include the Sniper and Operative. One of the races that can be an Imperial Agent is the Chiss, so now you can live out all of your Thrawn fantasies. They also revealed one ... more.
New Tron Legacy clip – Quorra’s introduction
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Videos
While Tron fans around the world were soiling themselves over twenty-six minutes of awesomeness last night, Disney let a little preview leak out on the new of what people would be seeing at Tron Night. The clip below comes from the Tron Night footage, and is Quorra's introduction in the movie. Just prior to... more.
10 Great Star Wars Fan Films
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, Lists, Star Wars, Videos
Ever since Kevin Rubio's Troops became an internet sensation more than a decade ago, Star Wars fans have made fan films. Some are awesome and lead to entire web series such as Chad Vader, while others are absolutely embarrassing where fans feel that they can make their own super serious Star Wars movie. Usually that results in really bad effects and acting that would be laughed off a porn set. D... more.