Remastered Dragon Ball Z Movies Are Coming to Theaters

Remastered Dragon Ball Z Movies Are Coming to Theaters

A few classic Dragon Ball Z movies are coming to U.S. theaters later this year. EW reports Fathom Events and Toei Animation are teaming up to bring three remastered films with English dubs to select cinemas this fall. Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan will be released first on September 15 and September 17. The 1993 film follows Goku, Vegeta, and friends battling the legendary Super Saiyan Broly. The Dragon Ball Z Saiyan Double Feature will follow in November and it’ll feature two movies: Dragon Ball Z: Bardock — The Father of Goku and Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. Continue reading…
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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Demo Delayed One Week

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Demo Delayed One Week

Kickstarter backers of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will have to wait just a little bit longer than expected for the game’s demo. While it was supposed to go live yesterday, that didn’t happen. Instead, the demo has been delayed to June 28. “We showcased the demo at E3, but after watching many people play the demo, we found a couple of bugs that we want to fix and several adjustments we wanted to make in order to deliver a better beta experience,” producer Koji Igarashi said in a statement posted to Blodstained’s Kickstarter page. Continuing, Igarashi said his team had been working toward fixing the bugs right up until yesterday, but the studio just couldn’t get it finished in time. Igarashi apologized to backers for the delay and thanked them for their patience. Continue reading…
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Potential Building Nerfs Send Fortnite Fans into a Frenzy

Potential Building Nerfs Send Fortnite Fans into a Frenzy

Epic’s recent comments on the possibility of putting a cap on building has left Fortnite communities worried and divided. Yesterday, a blog post detailing Epic’s future plans on counterplay and late game play styles briefly mentioned “uncapped building” as a dominant play style alongside the advantages of shotguns and rockets. Building is a unique feature Fortnite brings to the battle royale genre and fans aren’t taking too well with the idea that materials could be capped or harder to seek out. Fortnite communities on YouTube, Reddit, and the official Fortnite forums have already voiced their concerns. On Twitter, @Nadeshot expressed his love for Fortnite and the Epic team but said that “catering towards the casual player in hopes of creating longevity for newer players is usually the quickest way to destroy the player base.” Continue reading…
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The Catcher Was a Spy Review

The Catcher Was a Spy Review

The opening title cards for The Catcher Was a Spy, directed by Please Stand By’s Ben Lewin, lays out a plot tailor-made for something like Drunk History: It’s the year 1944 and the O.S.S. is worried that Germany might have the means to craft an atom bomb. So America sent a Jewish baseball player for the Boston Red Sox — who also frequents gay bars on the down low — to assassinate the Nazis’ physicist, Werner Heisenberg. Can’t you just imagine the likes of Drew Droege or Tiffany Haddish narrating this one, while slurring the phrase Office of Strategic Services? The thing is, The Catcher Was a Spy isn’t as fun as that logline makes it sound. It isn’t what Lewin seems to be going for, despite presence of Ant-Man’s Paul Rudd. Instead, it’s the kind of movie where government operatives like to don herringbone suits and fedoras to conspire in the shadows of shady cobblestone streets. It’s the kind of movie where citrine lamp lights desaturate an already misty night, the same sort of color palette for Fury or Bridge of Spies or The Imitation Game. It’s the kind of movie where an unlikely hero, typically reserved for a Tom Hanks or a Benedict Cumberbatch during awards season, ends up changing the course of history. Continue reading…
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Resident Evil 2 Remake Spec PC Requirements Revealed

Resident Evil 2 Remake Spec PC Requirements Revealed

The PC requirements for Resident Evil 2 remake have been revealed. Capcom listed the specs on Steam. It looks like you’ll need at least a GTX 760 graphics card and 8GB RAM to meet the minimum requirements, but you’ll be making some graphical sacrifices. The recommended specs lists a GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics card, and you’ll need a Intel Core i7-3770, AMD FX-9590, or better.  Below are the full minimum and recommended PC system requirements. Resident Evil 2 Remake Minimum Spec PC Requirements OS: WINDOWS 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-BIT Required) Continue reading…
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Valve's New VR Tech Demo Is Set in the Portal Universe

Valve's New VR Tech Demo Is Set in the Portal Universe

Valve keeps updating its VR investment, all while making us wish for more Portal games. Valve announced its newest version of the Knuckles controller for the Vive on Thursday, called the Knuckles EV2. The controller, initially announced last June, adds an extremely complex level of dexterity and input options. Videos on Valve’s YouTube page demonstrate how the Knuckles EV2 controllers can identify the movement and location of individual fingers, as well as all players to grip and squeeze virtual objects. Continue reading…
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PUBG Event Pass Gets New Free Items Following Fan Outcry

PUBG Event Pass Gets New Free Items Following Fan Outcry

PUBG Corp. has announced it will release two additional free items as part of the Sanhok Event Pass. PUBG Corp. made the announcement in a Steam blog post, following a huge backlash from players over the new $10 Event Pass. Many of the players speaking out against the pass see it as a greedy business practice, pointing out PUBG is a $30 game that already utilizes loot boxes. Continue reading…
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Prepare to Worship Mondo's Preacher Statues

Prepare to Worship Mondo's Preacher Statues

You probably don’t want to live in the supremely messed up world of AMC’s Preacher, but thanks to Mondo, soon you can safely bring home a slice of the dysfunction without risking bodily harm, intoxication, or any confusing encounters with God Dog. IGN has an exclusive first look at Mondo’s upcoming Preacher statues, which are based on illustrated poster prints of hero Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper) and the vampiric hellraiser Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) that artist Rory Kurtz created specifically for Mondo. Some lucky Preacher fans may have already managed to get their hands on the Jesse poster at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, but the Cassidy print will be available for the first time in an exclusive package with his statue. Preorders begin Monday, June 25 at MondoTees.com. Continue reading…
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A History of Game Industry Screwups

A History of Game Industry Screwups

The game industry never goes without a controversy for long. The latest one concerns Bethesda is suing Westworld game developer Behaviour Interactive and publisher Warner Bros, claiming Behaviour stole its designs, artwork, and coding, and used them in the mobile app. Bethesda goes as far as to claim that bugs appear in the Westworld mobile game which were evident in the early development of Fallout Shelter. This is just one of the many times in gaming history that a company has unceremoniously dropped the ball. The industry’s most popular names all made mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes spelled doom. Others were just bumps in the road. We packed together the biggest blunders of the biggest game publishers past and present to see just how they bounced back— or didn’t. Continue reading…
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