Monthly Archives: January 2019
Note: This story originally ran in January. We have updated it to reflect subsequent announcements.
We're almost halfway through the year, so it's time to update this list. From Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to Death Stranding, these are all the games you'll almost definitely hopefully be able to get your hands on this year. Click through the gallery below!
(Note: This list doesn't include games with broad release windows, such as "2019" or "Fall 2019." Therefore, games like Gears 5 and Pokémon Sword and Shield aren't listed.)
Factor in the aforementioned games with vague release windows, account for a few surprises, and 2019 is shaping up to be another memorable year for gamers of all platforms.
Hold onto your seats, because when it comes to movies, 2019 is going to be huge. Blockbuster sequels, reboots, adaptations of comics and video games, horror events and iconic filmmakers are coming to the multiplex, and for a while at least, they're going to be all anyone who loves movies can talk about.
We've compiled our list of the films you need to keep on your calendar, because you're not going to want to miss them. But before we talk about Avengers: Endgame, Joker, It: Chapter Two, the Terminator reboot, Star Wars: Episode IX and many, many more, we'd like to remind you that as much as we all look forward to these enormous and publicity-driven motion pictures, there's always something new that comes along and surprises us.
Updated: June 2018
Sony did a solid job with its DualShock controller for the PlayStation 4. But you might want something that can be better tweaked to your liking or just have a completely different feel. Fortunately, there are some excellent third-party choices that may be just what you've been looking for. Here are four of the top alternatives.
Get ready for a strange new year: Netflix has announced the premiere date for Stranger Things Season 3, which will be released on July 4, 2019.
The streaming service also debuted the first poster and key art for the new season, which you can see below.
There's also a new teaser trailer for the upcoming season, featuring the ominous tidings "when blue and yellow meet in the west" cut between footage of the 1985's Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve (brought to you by Starcourt Mall). The teaser seems to show someone hacking into "Lynx Corp.," copyright 1984-1986, and running the program "SilverCatFeeds.exe." All of that culminates in the Dick Clark New Year's footage spinning upside down and flashing a brief glimpse of the Mind Flayer.