John Wick: Chapter 3 Gets Dated

After John Wick: Chapter 2 grossed over $170 million worldwide on a $40 million budget, Lionsgate has officially set a release date for the third chapter, which is tentatively titled John Wick: Chapter 3, for May 19th, 2019. Derek Kolstad will return to pen the script after writing the first two chapters, and Keanu Reeves is confirmed to return, as well. Given the way things left, we … Continue reading John Wick: Chapter 3 Gets Dated

THQ Nordic Announces Biomutant

THQ Nordic announced their latest title at GamesCom, their first major release since Darksiders. The game is called Biomutant and features anthromorphic animals that are augmented with mechanical and bio-organic upgrades. The adventure is said to be a “kung-fu-fable” set in a post-apocalyptic universe, that allows players to traverse its lush landscapes across land, sea, and air. Throughout the course game, players will unlock new … Continue reading THQ Nordic Announces Biomutant

John Cena Cast in Bumblebee Spin-Off Movie

Proof that we don’t live in the darkest timeline after all. John Cena has been cast opposite Hailee Steinfeld as the lead in the upcoming Transformers spin-off film, Bumblebee. The cast also includes Jorge Lendeborg, Jason Drucker, Abby Quinn, Rachel Crow, Ricardo Hoyos and Gracie Dzienny. Little is known about the plot outside of its 1980’s setting. Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings), will direct the Bumblebee movie from a script written … Continue reading John Cena Cast in Bumblebee Spin-Off Movie

Taiko no Tatsujin Getting an English Release

In a shocking announcement, Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session is getting an English release on PlayStation 4 consoles! The series hasn’t seen an English release since Taiko Drum Master for the PlayStation 2 in 2004. The game features songs from the mega-hit “Your Name,” as well as Hatsune Miku, and even Doraemon. The best part? They’re bringing over the entire bundle, as well as the … Continue reading Taiko no Tatsujin Getting an English Release

Live-Action JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Trailer

While there have been a couple trailers for the live-action adaptation of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, this is the first that delves into the all-important effects for Stands in the film. Stands are essentially projections of psychic abilities that the characters use to fight. Directed by Takashi Miike, the film is set to hit theaters in Japan in August. Continue reading Live-Action JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Trailer

5 Games Sega Should Revive

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SEGA unveiled their Road to 2020 last week, showcasing their plans to restore their former glory in the world of gaming across Japan, and the rest of the globe. It’s a fascinating look at a company desperate to get back to their roots. In the lofty plan, they reveal a plan to revive older game IP’s for modern home consoles to restore some of their older player base.

Their history of innovative titles consists of a Who’s Who of blockbuster games in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Some have seen themselves revived, in not-so-good fashion. While others haven’t seen the light of day since. Hit the jump for my Top 5 picks of Games that Sega should revive.

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Ph LEVEL Review: BLAME!

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One of the most inspiring, yet oft-forgotten manga phenomenon of years past, was an inventive series by writer/artist Tsutomu Nihei, known as BLAME! (pronounced blam). The series is a one-of-a-kind exploration thriller in a dystopian world, where an intelligent city has taken control of its own fate, and for thousands of years had already expanded into the cosmos, building itself higher and higher. It’s a lonely story, following the journey of a mysterious man named Killy, on his search for the Net Terminal Gene, in order to take back control of the city.

In order to keep order and peace in the city, it built the Safeguards, in an attempt to extinguish human life within itself. Humans, as they are prone to do, adapted to survive, with small villages finding haven throughout the city, unaware of each other’s existence. It’s an intensely original premise, with fantastic art to anchor it all. With that in mind, was this feature film able to capture the spirit of the original work? Hit the jump to find out.

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