Month: November 2017

PlayStation Announces Plus Membership Games For December

The December titles that will be free for PlayStation Plus members have been announced.  PlayStation 4 users will be able to grab ‘Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition’ and ‘Kung Fu Panda: Shadows of Legendary Legends’.  For the PlayStation 3, ‘Syberia Collection’ and ‘XBlaze Lost: Memories’ will be the titles of choice.  PlayStation Vita owners (and PlayStation 4 users who own a […]

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BBC iPlayer Adds All Modern Doctor Who Regeneration Episodes For The Holidays

if you have access to the BBC’s iPlayer, they are giving you a Christmas present early this year.  The service has added all of the regeneration episodes of the modern era of ‘Doctor Who’.  You can catch Christopher Eccleston’s departure in ‘The Parting of the Ways’, David Tennant’s exit in ‘The End of Time’, Matt Smith’s bow in ‘The […]

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Rian Johnson Confirms Leia Story Is Unchanged For The Last Jedi

With the passing of Carrie Fisher in December of last year, many wondered how her part in the current ‘Star Wars’ trilogy would be changed.  At least for ‘The Last Jedi’, the answer to that question is not at all.  Speaking with Rolling Stone, director Rian Johnson confirmed her part was unaltered for the film: “We didn’t […]

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EA Dropped Visceral Star Wars Game For Being ‘Too Linear’

I don’t know about you, but I’m finding it a bit hard to see EA’s logic here.  Last month the company shuttered Visceral Games and ended production on a ‘Star Wars’ RPG they were working on that was being headed up by ‘Uncharted’s Amy Hennig.  In a statement, EA CFO explained why the company left the game: […]

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‘X-Files: Deep State’ Coming To Mobile

Starting in Febraury, you’ll be able to participate in an ‘X-files’ mystery on your phone.  Fox will release ‘X-Files: Deep State’ for iOS and Android February 6th to complement the 11th season of the show, which begins airing January 3rd.  The puzzle solving investigation game will take place between the 9th and 10th seasons of the series.  […]

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The Universe Can Rejoice – William Shatner Has Unblocked Jason Isaacs

While it was a short cold war, ‘Star Trek’ fans are still reeling from the implications.  On November 27th, William Shatner without warning blocked fellow Star Fleet Captain Jason Isaacs on Twitter.  The reasons are unknown, but one can only assume it had to do with Klingons.  The cold war has come to an end however, […]

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Denis Villeneuve Would Like To Direct A Star Wars Film

Though he’s currently busy creating his own vision of ‘Dune’, Denis Villeneuve wouldn’t mind getting in a little ‘Star Wars’ action.  Speaking on the ‘Happy Sad Confused’ podcast, Villeneuve gave his thoughts on taking the directors chair in the ‘Star Wars’ universe: “It’s something that, again it’s like, I would be intrigued. I don’t know, it’s very difficult. What […]

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HDMI 2.1 Standard Supports Resolutions Up To 10K Even If None Of Your Tech Can

You may never need to buy another HDMI cable.  The HMI Forum recently announced the standards for HDMI 2.1.  These include support for 4K video at 120Hz. 8K video at 60Hz, and 10K video.  Of course, the new standards also require backward compatibility, so you will still be able to hook up that lowly 1080p device […]

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David Ayer Finally Realizes The Joker Should Have Been The Villain In Suicide Squad

I think we can all admit, whatever we might have thought about 2016′s ‘Suicide Squad’, that there just wasn’t enough Joker in the movie.  So much so that it’s hard to tell if Jared Leto’s performance of the character is good or not.  David Ayer, who directed the movie, recently admitted to this line of thinking […]

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