Logan Review

A longstanding issue I’ve had with superhero movies is that the lack of consequences (for a prime example, rewatch Captain America: Civil War) and that they don’t necessarily “end” for a lack of a better term. With Logan, director James Mangold (who also directed the previous Wolverine solo film The Wolverine) seeks to send a loud and clear message to Hollywood: sometimes consequences and a definitive ending can be achieved without ruining your plans for your cinematic universe. Logan is the culmination of a tale of a loner who found a family that showed him a better life so many years ago.

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Turok 2 Returns to PC on March 16th, 2017

Nightdive Studios teams up with Intel to demo game at Game Developers Conference, March 1st Vancouver, WA (February 28, 2017) – Nightdive Studios, a company specializing in the restoration of classic PC game titles and the publisher behind the successful release of Turok in 2015, is pleased to announce that it will be releasing the […]

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4A Games Unveils New Details on Upcoming VR Shooter ARKTIKA.1

Action-packed FPS promises AAA immersion and graphical fidelity MALTA – Feb. 28, 2017 – 4A Games, the studio behind the award-winning Metro series, has been hard at work on the Oculus Touch exclusive ARKTIKA.1 and can now reveal new details on the game’s storyline, gameplay, and high-end VR visuals. Nearly a century in the future […]

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