In what was a fairly meh fourth instalment to the Terminator franchise with Terminator Salvation, not a lot hope would be placed on any later additions. However, with the fact that the original Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger, would return to his famous role, one cannot be help but be happy.
Of course, the reappearance of a classic character does not fully make a movie as we will see in the recent fifth instalment – Terminator Genisys.
Continue reading Terminator Genisys – Film Review
For those of you romancing Sebastian in Stardew Valley, you will notice that once six hearts with him, you can trigger a cut-scene, like with many of the relationship milestones in the game.
Continue reading Stardew Valley: ‘Solorian Chronicles: The Game’ – Rank A, B, C
Lew Wallace’s iconic and bestselling historical novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, is set for another remake.
Continue reading New Ben-Hur Remake
It has been confirmed that Harrison Ford will return to his classic role of Indiana Jones for a currently untitled fifth film, according to Disney.
Continue reading Indiana Jones V: Harrison Ford Returns As The Adventurer Archaeologist
Dating simulators are an interesting genre, with fairly a simple design to follow they are effectively limited only by the imagination of their creator. So its not surprising to see various different dating simulators tackle the object of affection within the game in unconventional fashions, and thus the interesting results that arise because of that.
Continue reading Panzermadels: Tank Dating Simulator – Review
“It’s a Stalchild. They were the cursed soldiers of the Kingdom of Ikana…” – Tatl in ‘The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask’
Stalchildren, also known as Stalkins in Twilight Princess, are recurring enemies in The Legend of Zelda series. They are fairly common enemies found Hyrule Field in Ocarina of Time and the Ikana Graveyard in Majora’s Mask, and while they tend to attack in hordes they are not notably difficult, rather they are more of a nuisance really. Although the fact that they spawn nonstop at night in Ocarina of Time can be somewhat unsettling for some players, especially since this is only when Link is a child.
Despite this they can only take, regardless of size, only two hits. If Link attacks a Stalchild from the front, it will lose its head and begin wandering around blindly without aim.
But what exactly are these skeletal enemies?
Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Stalchildren & Child Soldiers
In 2002, Nintendo released Super Mario Sunshine for the GameCube. The game was set on the tropical Isle Delfino, where Mario and Princess Peach are planning to take a vacation, whilst accompanied by her steward Toadsworth and five unnamed Toads on the Toad Express.
Luigi is notably absent, but considering the release date and the to references to Professor Elvin Gadd, we can assume that Luigi is comfortably relaxing at his new and now un-haunted mansion.
Of course the vacation is halted whilst Mario must deal with Shadow Mario (Bowser Jr.) with the assistant of Professor Gadd’s artificial intelligence and multipurpose water pack F.L.U.D.D. (Flash Liquidiser Ultra Dousing Device), whilst collecting all 120 Shine Sprites.
Of course Mario is successful and in the end gets to enjoy his much deserved vacation.
Simple enough really.
However, perhaps we should look more towards the political state of the tropical Isle Delfino, as something is rather amiss.
Continue reading Isle Delfino: Annexed Police State?
With the recent announcement of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, there isn’t a Nintendo fan alive who doesn’t desire to own these latest instalments so unsurprisingly most retailers have jump onto that opportunity.
Continue reading Stop Pre-Orders They Are Getting Ridiculous
Considered one of the worst films ever made, Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 film The Room, is to receive another cinematic revival, thanks to James Franco.
So the questions are how and why?
Continue reading Tommy Wiseau’s The Room – Sequel Film?
With the recent news of a Hellraiser reboot coming forth, under the wings of Gary Tunnicliffe, who is also writing the screenplay.
Sadly this reboot has nothing to do with series creator Clive Barker nor the original actor to portray the iconic Pinhead, Doug Bradley.
It has only recently been revealed that the new actor to wear the mantle of the head priest of the Cenobitical Order of the Gash’s Pinhead is to be:
Continue reading New Pinhead for Hellraiser: Judgment