First Battlefield 3 Gameplay Footage
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on February 23, 2011 under Gaming, News, Videos
Witness the death of Call of Duty. Back when EA released the amazing Battlefield: Bad Company 2, they stated that their long-term goal was to regain the FPS top spot away from Call of Duty. Back in the day, DICE's Battlefield 1943 and Battlefield 2 where the ultimate team-based first-person-shooters, but the rise of consoles and Activision's capitalizing on that with the Call of Duty franchise cha... more.
Marvel Ends the Fantastic Four
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Comics
If you're a comic reader, today marks the end of a book that would have celebrated its 50th Anniversary this coming November. No matter how you look at it, ending a series that has lasted that long is sad. Today Marvel releases Fantastic Four #588, which is the final issue of the first comic book Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created. The issue directly follows the death of Johnny Storm and serves o... more.
Disneyland’s Star Tours II Still Without an Open Date
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Star Wars
While Florida's Star Tours II will open on May 20th to coincide with the start of this year's Star Wars Weekends, the Disneyland version of the ride still doesn't have an official open date. Al Lutz of Miceage has posted one of his eagerly awaited park updates, and due to all of the things happening in Anaheim in May (Pirates of the Ca... more.
Star Tours II Gets Fastpass (Again)
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on February 22, 2011 under Star Wars
If you're planning to hit Disneyland this summer to ride Star Tours II, the lines will naturally be pretty long. Star Tours has always been one of the most popular rides at the park and with it going through a massive refurbishment to add all-new destinations for the Starspeeder with the ride being in 3D, you can expect very long lines throughout the summer as people swarm to park to check it out.... more.
- Download The Lost Tribe of the Sith: Sentinel Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Star Wars
The Legend of Zelda: The 25th Anniversary
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, Pics
We're not sure where this piece of artwork originated, but it's pretty cool. This week marks the 25th Anniversary of the Legend of Zelda, and some Zelda fan did a huge banner combining the last quarter-century of Zelda games into one huge piece of artwork. Nintendo should allow this guy to produce it as a giant poster, as that would look pretty cool on a wall or door to a game room. Edit: Thank... more.
10 Reasons Why RIFT Should be Your New MMO
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, Gaming, Lists
Trion's RIFT launches next week, but those who pre-ordered actually get to start playing this Thursday. After months of beta events, the game has won over the hardcore MMO player base. However many people chose to not take part in the beta events, and they honestly don't know what they're missing. Below are ten reasons why RIFT should become your new MMO. It's not WoW RIFT is not World o... more.
- Supporting Your Local Comic Shop in the Digital Age Posted by Jeremy Conrad on February 21, 2011 under Comics, News
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Daytona 500 Ad
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Videos
If you watched Trevor Bayne kick off the Nascar season yesterday by winning the Daytona 500, then you probably saw an awesome new ad for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The ad shows some new things that weren't in the Super Bowl spot, and I gotta say that when that big gun popped out of Bumblebee in vehicle form I got pretty excited about the movie. The commercial also revealed something that prob... more.
Medal of Honor Sequel Incoming!
Posted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News
Last year's reboot of Medal of Honor was one of the best first-person-shooters of the year, as long as you weren't blinded by the Call of Duty brand name. While the DICE-developed multiplayer did seem lacking to some people, and had some very annoying problems at launch (that have since been patched); the single-player experience was absolutely awesome and one that I'd gladly want to see again in ... more.