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Hotline Miami 2 level editor leaves beta

The Hotline Miami series has been a love letter to late ’80s Miami and the works of Nicolas Winding Refn, in particular Drive. It’s high-octane violence combined with a soundtrack provided by

Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment gets made into a Doom 2 set piece

Sometimes in the gaming scene, you come across something that you just didn’t think would actually exist. You sit and think, “Somebody consciously put this together.” Well a modder by

Disney’s Hercules side-by-side ‘Zero to Hero’ comparison using live-action performances

Disney has been using live-action references and storyboard art to help make its 2D animation look smooth and story entertaining. Now Disney has reached into its vault to release a

Brock Lesnar revealed as WWE 2K17 cover star

It was announced last week that during tonight’s Monday Night RAW, the cover of the 2K and WWE’s new video game would be revealed. Around 6 or 8 this morning,

Cowboy Bebop concert and experience coming to Anime Expo this weekend

If you were into anime and action in the ’90s, odds are you’ve seen Cowboy Bebop. And if you’ve seen the anime, chances are you were devastated by its ending.

Where you can try the PlayStation VR for yourself

If you were paying attention to E3 at all this year, then you know that VR dominated most of the attention. It seemed like each major press event had some

Free-to-play MMORPG Riders of Icarus ‘Adversaries’ gameplay trailer

The Open Beta for Nexon America’s free-to-play MMORPG Riders of Icarus will be launching on July 6th, and it has just released a new gameplay trailer, “Adversaries”. It shows off

SDCC exclusives: The Walking Dead’s Lucille baseball bat, Saga action figures and more

San Diego Comic-Con is less than a month away, and Skybound has announced some exclusives for one of the biggest conventions ever. If you ever wanted to feel like an

Hands-on with Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island

If you’re a ’90s kid like me, chances are you’ve had fond memories of 3-D platformers like Super Mario 64, Crash Bandicoot, and Banjo-Kazooie. Lately, the genre has been making a comeback in

Shadow of Mordor: Gems of the Steam Summer Sale

By Kevin Casper The Steam Summer Sale is going on for just one more week and I’m still spotlighting a game everyday! Today’s talk is about Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.

Independence Day: Resurgence box office disappoints while Finding Dory triumphs again

Independence Day was one of the first movies to help push the summer blockbuster craze when it opened with $50 million at the domestic box office in July of 1996.

Bryan Cranston on why he’s doing the Power Rangers movie

One of the biggest news for the Power Rangers movie was the casting of Bryan Cranston as Zordon. This isn’t the first time he’s involved in a Power Rangers project

Two new dinosaurs discovered here in the United States

Researchers have discovered two new species of Ceratopsian, both discovered right here in the United States. The first species, Machairoceratops cronusi, was found in a mudstone from the Wahweap Formation

Cosplay Photo Gallery (Wizard World Sacramento 2016)

The new and improved Wizard World stormed through our humble little state capital of Sacramento, California a few weeks ago. We did a full written review and recap of the

New gameplay for System Shock Remake; demo available tomorrow

With the Kickstarter a mere day away (turns out it’s the 28th not 29th), Polygon has released a video of the demo for System Shock Remastered (now just called System Shock). This demo

Avengers/X-Men movie crossover may be on the horizon

The great thing about Marvel comic books is that you can cram as many characters and as many teams as possible into one epic story. All of the Avengers, X-Men,

Ibuki, Balrog and Street Fighter V’s Cinematic Story Mode coming this Friday

Capcom wasn’t able to deliver the Street Fighter V cinematic story mode and Ibuki in the month of June, but the wait won’t be too long. Following the conclusion of

Umbrella Corps (PS4 review)

Let me preface this review with the fact that I enjoy tactical shooters more than other types of shooters like Call of Duty or Battlefield. I find the more close-quarters

Drive, Neon Demon’s Nicolas Winding Refn wants to direct Batgirl film

With movies like Drive, Bronson and the recently released The Neon Demon on his resume, director Nicolas Winding Refn is probably the last person you’d expect to direct a superhero

Hands-on with Sonic Boom Fire and Ice

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice for the Nintendo 3DS was originally supposed to come out in fall of last year. Sega decided to push back the game’s release date in order