There’s this movie coming out next year called Avengers: Age of Ultron. You might have heard about it. If you haven’t, then being un-American is a problem you should seriously have someone look into. Being the sequel to the first Avengers movie, Age of Ultron has the pleasure of being pretty high on every comic book fan’s bucket list until mid-2015. That being said, the spotlight lately hasn’t been on the movie itself, but the trailer. And that has led to what I can only describe as dumb people being so dumb. Continue reading Marvel subpeonas Google for details on Age of Ultron trailer leaker
Earlier today, Square Enix announced the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on March 17, 2015. The demo for Final Fantasy XV will be bundled along with it. SE also debuted a couple of spiffy new trailers showcasing both games. Continue reading Final Fantasy XV and Type-0 HD Trailers released, Nomura replaced as director of XV
It seems as though Android’s bid to add more consistency to their mobile strategy could already be dead. Android Silver was a program initially announced as a way to bring the stock Android experience to more users through the actual wireless carriers. The OS would have been completely managed by Google, including updates, while the rest of the industry would be responsible for providing premium hardware. A specific set of guidelines would be set in place to be followed in order to qualify for the program, while companies would be provided with R&D support and monetary compensation. Sounds like a Googlefan’s wet dream doesn’t it? Continue reading Is the Android Silver program already dead?
Remember when there was a thing called Final Fantasy XIII Versus? Remember when it never actually materialized, then got renamed to Final Fantasy XV? Fans have been waiting for this iteration of the franchise ever since it was announced in 2006 as Versus. Now that wait just might be coming to an end. In about another year or so. Continue reading Final Fantasy XV Demo for 2015, Final Fantasy Type-0 NA release date
Earlier today at Comic-Con, the latest chapter in the Mad Max series of movies was revealed. The movie is being called Mad Max: Fury Road, and will be directed by series creator George Miller. Also, as no surprise to me, it will be starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, with Tom Hardy taking over the leading role of Mad Max. Mel Gibson will be busy trying not to be nuts. Continue reading Mad Max makes a return in Fury Road sequel