Month: March 2019

PlayStation Adds New State Of Play Broadcast, First Episode Focuses Mostly On New VR Games

PlayStation has launched its own monthly behind the scenes live-stream.  “State of Play” will give information on upcoming releases for the company each month.  The first episode focused heavily on upcoming VR releases which probably isn’t a bad thing.  News on that front has been quiet enough in recent months that you wouldn’t be blamed […]

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Bane Arrives On The Gotham Scene

It’s time to drop the introspective pieces and the character studies, ‘Gotham’ has moved into its final episodes.  The last couple of episodes have provided us with nice looks at what makes Harvey Bullock and Jim Gordon tick, but they were lacking a bit in the action department.  These final three episodes will mostly serve as […]

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The Red Angel Reveals The Path For Star Trek Discovery

Well, that’s one way to solve a mystery.  ‘The Red Angel’ steps up and answers the question that has been plaguing us all season long.  It also stops to introduce a few new questions because, well, if we didn’t have things to speculate about we might stop watching.  We are also reminded of just how tight […]

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New Patent Suggests Changes For PlayStation VR But More Will Be Needed To Bring VR To The Mainstream

VR isn’t doing quite as well as expected.  Not that it’s withering on the vine and fire sales are happening on the equipment, but we’re also not seeing every man, woman, and child in a VR headset just yet.  There are a lot of reasons that there hasn’t been a mass adoption.  PlayStation is looking […]

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Project Daedalus Gives Discovery More Questions But Few Answers

The death a series regular can be a difficult thing to handle in a script.  Throw in the idea that the character has virtually no backstory and may be under the control of a shadow government, and, well, the task doesn’t get any easier.  ‘Project Daedalus’ handles the departure of Airiam gracefully, giving us just enough […]

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The Trial Of Jim Gordon Kills Off The Momentum Gotham Has Built This Season

Oh, how Gotham has struggled with what, exactly, the kind of man James Gordon is.  For five seasons now, we’ve watched the show question whether he is a good man or a bad man.  Repeatedly.  You would think this isn’t a question it would take five years to answer, but psychology can be tricky especially […]

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The Answers Are In The Past If Memory Serves Star Trek Discovery

By opening with scenes from the ‘unaired’ pilot of ‘Star Trek called ‘The Cage’ that we’ve all seen, ‘If Memory Serves’ was promising a thrill ride of an episode.  These kinds of episodes can go a couple of different ways though.  Too much fan service and it’s easy to lose sight of the reason for providing it in the […]

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Who Is The Red Angel In Star Trek Discovery

Now that we are seven episodes into the second season of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ one might have thought we’d know a little more about the mysterious Red Angel that has been popping up, but we still know precious little.  Thanks to Saru’s vision being more refined than those who have seen the apparition, we know that […]

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Light And Shadows Might Be Part Of The Same In Star Trek Discovery

And finally, we get to the introduction of Spock.  Granted, we still have at least another week before we get much out of him, but at least he’s finally there. It takes some of the weight off the season.  Not that the first half was bad by any means.  Now though, much like the first […]

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