Capcom’s Remember Me will show you the power of recording memories

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In the Capcom’s Remember Me, a new technology will be able to exploit memories. Memories can now be recorded digitally, thanks to the Sensen device, and they can be sold, bought, and traded. No longer will your memories be private. By why keep such a thing private when you can share … Continue reading

Star Trek: The Game review – Boldly going where no game has gone before

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I was really looking forward to playing Star Trek: The Game. With the gameplay looking similar to Uncharted and Mass Effect and developer Digital Extremes working on it (they did an awesome job with Darkness II), how can the game be bad? Somehow it did, and what we’re left with is a very glitchy and rushed … Continue reading

Flying Cars and Talking Apes: Five Far-Flung Futures of Cinema

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Science fiction is a medium that can be seen as a predictive barometer for where humanity is headed. These predictions for our society are many, varied, and include both our greatest hopes, and the sum of our fears. We all wish for things like flying cars and weather control, but  … Continue reading

New Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag trailer features sharks and ship-on-ship action

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Here’s the latest gameplay trailer for Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag. We get to know a little bit more about Captain Edward Kenways’ ideals and how he feels about his shipmates. We also get to some some gameplay of Edward running around and killing. So far I haven’t seen anything … Continue reading

New Star Wars game has EA and DICE getting Los Angeles studio and 60 employees

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Disney recently teamed up with EA to help produce more Star Wars games after Disney closed down LucasArts. One of the studios under EA already has experience with Star Wars games. BioWare worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which is one of my all-time favorite games. Other … Continue reading

Chatting with YouTuber David So on VEVO’s The Comment Show and his videos

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David So is a YouTube comedian who is probably best known for his popular vlog where he replies to the Asians in the Library rant from former UCLA student Alexandra Wallace. He is the host of the new web comedy show from VEVO called The Comment Show. The premise for the … Continue reading

Not 4, not 5, but 6 minutes of new Watch Dogs gameplay footage

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Here’s a new lengthy gameplay footage of Watch Dogs. We get 6 minutes of Aiden Pearce walking around the city, shopping, sneaking around, spying on people, stopping crime, driving fast cars and using fancy smancy technology to control electronics all around him. He’s pretty much a god in the city … Continue reading

Video Games: The Movie – The industry and community to get a documentary

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The video game world is about to get its very first feature length documentary, Video Games: The Movie, which covers the game industry and culture. We’ve had other types of video game-related documentaries; for example, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, but with this movie, we’ll get to … Continue reading

Hulk says: YOU NO PANIC OVER MARVEL NEGOTIATIONS!

HULK SMA-..err okay so Hulk didn’t actually say that, but Mark Ruffalo sure did. During these past couple of weeks, there have been rumors about Robert Downey Jr. butting heads with Marvel and Disney, attempting to find some common ground on what they think should be “adequate payment” for future … Continue reading

Interview with the Star Trek Into Darkness twins, Katie & Kellie

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Meet Katie and Kellie Cockrell. They are twins who are going to be in the big blockbuster sci-fi flick, Star Trek Into Darkness. What role will they play in the movie? Let’s just say it involves Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk. We had the chance to chat with the lovely twins … Continue reading