Alex | September 28, 2008
The Force Underwhelming & News from the Tundra It’s been a bit of a slow week, internet wise. Rock Band 2 hit the shelves and immediately rocked so hard that copies of the game flew off, as if some unseen undulating rock rhythm was calling them home. The rumor mill ground out that some blizzard […]
Superherologist | September 23, 2008
Six Flags Over Texas. Arlington, Texas.
Nick Langley | September 23, 2008
Meet the Paladin.
Nick Langley | September 22, 2008
Speaking of J.J. Abrams, there is a video with William Shatner talking about how he wasn’t asked to be in the new Star Trek movie. I hope this is just a big ploy to keep secret that Shatner actually shows up at the end of the film as Captain Kirk brought back to life because of the time travel whammy that is suppose to take place in the film.
Alex | September 21, 2008
Lies and Truths Well, we’ve seen a pretty good chunk of happenings this week. First of all, some idiot internet rumor-mongers tossed around the rumor of Will Smith playing Captain America in the upcoming flick, which was confirmed to be total baloney. The website www.antispore.com contains tons of creationist, anti-Spore propaganda. Peruse it if you […]
Alex | September 18, 2008
Games on a Budget Rygar: The Legendary Adventure Rygar is a classic NES platformer about a greek dude rockin’ a razor disc, jumping around and killing people. The brawler has gained two more iterations in the series, with Rygar: The Battle of Argus coming out soon for the Wii. But that’s not what I’m here […]
Nick Langley | September 17, 2008
They completely slapped all of their fans in the face. Twenty years worth of stories feel like they don’t even matter anymore. This is like the perfect example of how comic book characters can never evolve and become something more.
Nick Langley | September 16, 2008
Let me start off by saying Dan’s art style is riveting. Every line he crafts into his 2-D creations breath a kind of adorable insanity that captures the imagination. That alone makes this game fun to look at but it helps that its fun to play too.
Alex | September 15, 2008
An Interview with The OneUps’ Tim Yarbrough The OneUps are a jazz group that plays re-imaginings of classic video game tunes. They’ve rocked the house two years in a row at the Penny Arcade Expo aka PAX, and they’ve got two volumes of music under their belts. One of the musicians for the OneUps, a […]
Nick Langley | September 15, 2008
Assassination is the new combat in World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King. Plus builds, legacy, shaman, and more.