Monthly Archives: April 2016
American ratings board, the ESRB, has posted more details of an as yet unannounced BioShock compilation coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The ERSB listing (via gematsu.com) describes BioShock: The Collection as "a collection of three first-person shooters in which players assume the role of characters uncovering the mysteries behind the dystopian societies of Rapture and Columbia" and makes references to the game's mature themes.
Less than 24 hours after being released outside of Japan, Nintendo's first smartphone app, Miitomo, has hit 3 million users worldwide.
Announced in a Nintendo UK tweet, the milestone signals a huge jump from the 1 million users the app garnered in Japan.
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) April 1, 2016
Spoiler warning! If you haven’t seen Batman v Superman and are sensitive to spoilers you might want to skip this. You have been warned.
It has been a week since the release of Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman, which, despite an overwhelmingly negative reception from critics, has enjoyed incredible box office success.
While I understand some of the criticisms leveled at BvS, I walked out of the movie with the complete opposite opinion. The film did exactly what I wanted it to and struck all the chords I wanted to hear. While there were some issues -- it’s too long, some storylines are convoluted -- Dawn of Justice is bold and unafraid to make you question its heroes.
20th Century Fox and director Josh Boone have reportedly found three members of The New Mutants, the studio's X-Men movie spin-off.
According to Hitfix, Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams "is attached now as Wolfsbane, better known as Rahne Sinclair," The Witch's Anya Taylor-Joy will "be stepping up to play Illya Rasputin, aka Magik."
A new piece of viral marketing for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has surfaced online, teasing what's to come for Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor and his company LexCorp in Warner Bros.' DC film universe.
"Due to unfortunate circumstances, LexCorp Industries will be temporarily suspending its global operations," a post on LexCorp Industries' Instagram reads.
"When interviewed about his actions against a fallen alien, Lex Luthor responded with; 'Ding, ding, ding, ding. Are we entering the second round?'" the post continues, with the company attempting to distance itself from Luthor by adding: "We do not understand Mr. Luthor's actions and LexCorp does not take responsibility for his actions. Thank you for being patient."