Jibun ga Twintail no Kawaii Onnanoko da to Omoikonde, Kyou no Dekigoto wo 4koma ni Suru Vol 01 …

Jibun ga Twintail no Kawaii Onnanoko da to Omoikonde, Kyou no Dekigoto wo 4koma ni Suru Vol 01 …

June’s Twintails by No Group
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Supernatural: Season 12 Poster and Premiere Images

Supernatural: Season 12 Poster and Premiere Images

September 13th is the anniversary of Supernatural — a day dubbed “Supernatural Day” by fans — so it’s only appropriate the new key art for Season 12 has been revealed by the CW. Check out the new image below, along with several recently released new photos from the Season 12 premiere in our gallery, as Sam and Dean’s mother, Mary (Samantha Smith) has returned to work alongside her kids. For more on Supernatural, check out our list of the Top 10 episodes of the series so far, along with the 9 Best Supernatural villains. Continue reading…
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BioShock: The Collection Review

BioShock: The Collection Review

Stepping back into Rapture after an extended time away felt like coming home in BioShock: The Collection. Bringing together the trilogy of games and all of their respective DLC, The Collection offers the best opportunity for newcomers to dive into some of the most memorable first-person shooters of the last generation. Longtime fans of lighthouses, Big Daddys, and plasmids, on the other hand, will find uneven rewards across the three games. IGN gave BioShock a 9.7 upon its original release, calling it “one of those monumental experiences you’ll never forget.” And that memorable exploration of objectivism and utopian ideals wrapped in a collapsed Art Deco underwater city remains an impactful one. What struck me most about starting up the original BioShock as part of The Collection was just how evocative the introduction remains. Continue reading…
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EA Forms New Worldwide Studios Division

EA Forms New Worldwide Studios Division

EA is forming a new Worldwide Studios Division that will amalgamate its core studios. In an update from EA’s Chief Executive Officer Andrew Wilson, it was revealed that EA Worldwide Studios will bring together its top creative talent from all its studios to work across its entire brand portfolio. Patrick Söderlund will head up the division which will integrate EA Mobile and Maxis, currently led by Samantha Ryan. Ryan will also take the reins at BioWare,  “where her love for RPGs and experience with open-world adventure games is an outstanding fit to work with Aaryn Flynn and his great team”, writes Wilson. EA’s Frostbite team will also experience a change, moving into its technology division led by Ken Moss.  “Our drive to power everything we do at EA with world-class technology has never been stronger.  Players expect innovative, stable and secure experiences, and the strong combination of our Frostbite engine and our digital platform will make this possible”. Continue reading…
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Dead Rising Triple Pack Review

Dead Rising Triple Pack Review

Ten years after releasing the original Dead Rising on the Xbox 360, Capcom has up-rezed some of the games from it’s zombie-themed series for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Dead Rising Triple Pack digitally bundles Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and its Frank West-starring expansion, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, plus all their associated DLC costumes. But that’s about it. So what’s special about this collection? Other than being able to easily play these games with all their add-ons at 1080p and 60 frames per second, which is definitely the best way to do it, not a lot. There’s no making of or retrospective content here – it’s the games and nothing but the games. The additional outfits are nice if you’re looking to dress up like a ninja, a cardboard robot, or cosplay Frank as katana-wielding Johnny Cash, but their value is cosmetic and fleeting. Continue reading…
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