Archive discounting 100 games until ‘out of stock’

Remember when it was actually possible for stores to run out of certain games after a huge sales rush? I mean, we’re talking actual physical copies of games that can

First trailer for Disney’s Maleficent looks villainous

When we first heard that Angelina Jolie would be portraying Maleficent, the iconic villain from Sleeping Beauty, many couldn’t wait to see what she would look like or how she would fit

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug gets new character posters and new footage

Do you hear that? It’s as if millions of female voices suddenly cried out in glee when Warner Bros. released the Legolas poster for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

Iron Man invades Comikaze Expo

Stan Lee’s Comikaze had another successful year with great guests, some really cool panels and tons of exhibitors selling stuff that makes you go, “Take my money!” One thing I noticed

Senran Kagura Burst sneaking onto the Nintendo eShop this Thursday

It’s not often we get those over-the-top hilarious anime action games over from Japan, but Senran Kagura Burst takes the cake thanks to XSEED. With 10 playable busty shinobi’s in training

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc coming February 2014

NIS America has announced that the murder mystery visual novel game, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, will be releasing next year in February. Previously a Japanese-only release for the PlayStation Portable, Trigger Happy Havoc

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1 launch trailer wows

Return to where it all started with the new BioShock Infinite‘s DLC, Burial at Sea – Episode 1. This two-part story takes place in another universe where Elizabeth has come

The Infinity Gems and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

[WARNING CONTAINS SPOILERS!! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!!] If you had recently watched Thor: The Dark World, you most likely saw the post credits scene which holds a huge message for

Man of Steel Blu-ray review

If there’s one thing that’s certain, Warner Bros. will always try to make a blockbuster out of Superman. They did really well when Superman (1978) first premiered. Its sequel, Superman

Killzone Shadow Fall gets a tech and launch trailer

Killzone Shadow Fall is a launch title exclusive for the PlayStation 4. The game is being released this week, and here are two trailers for your viewing pleasure. The first

Review: The Steelseries Siberia Elite gaming headset – Nerd Reactor’s Headset of The Year

“It’s rare to discover a product that just does everything right, and then some.” The Sibera Elite earned its title. Steelseries has been emerging throughout E-sports as the titan of peripherals,

Oculus Rift’s The Forest gets a new creepy trailer

The Forest is an upcoming horror indie PC game. I went in watching this trailer without knowing what the game was really about, and emotions quickly went from awe and

BlizzCon 2013 first impressions – Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

Another BlizzCon has come and gone in the blink of an eye, and I didn’t expect to see Blizzard to announced anything Diablo-wise (aside from Heroes of the Storm). Blizzard surprised us

Disney’s Maleficent gets a new poster

Disney has just released a new poster for Maleficent. The film stars Angelina Jolie as the evil villain made famous by the classic animated film, Sleeping Beauty. She wasn’t always

Turbo – Blu-ray Review

Children’s animated films are starting to become a guaranteed moneymaker for studios. This summer we were treated to multiple children’s films, including DreamWorks’ summer submission, Turbo. In Turbo, the film follows

Is Sony doing a 180 by trying to prevent reselling of games?

This is the week that the PlayStation 4 console is coming out. The console war is very much alive, as we can see people praising and trashing both the PS4

Excited for Dead Rising 3? Here are 18 minutes of zombie killing gameplay

The Dead Rising 3 trailer contains plenty of gore, violence and zombie killing, but hey, you’re a mature audience member, right? The Xbox One exclusive title, Dead Rising 3, is

‘Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo’ film coming to theaters January 2014

Evangelion fans who have been heavily anticipating the third movie can now rejoice. Funimation has announced that the anime film, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, will be released in select

I Know That Voice World Premiere at the Egyptian Theater

I’m not sure when was the first time I’ve heard about I Know That Voice, but when I saw the first trailer I was intrigued by the premise about a

Extraordinary Circumstance: An Introduction to the Wold Newton Universe

In December 1795, near Wold Newton in Yorkshire, England, a meteor crashed to Earth. Fortunately, no one was hurt and the event made for great publicity. The owner of the