The fifth movie of the DCEU was far from the smoothest of productions. Early problems while shooting, a personal tragedy for the Synder family saw both Zach and Deborah step away from the movie in February and Joss Whedon step in to do post production, including reshoots and rewrites. This is leading to massive rumours […]Read more "Justice League – The tale of two directors"
One of the really big releases for the December is the highly sought after Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – the sequel to the successful JRPG on the Wii. The combat system is expected to be even more satisfying than the first and with updated visuals and an equally stunning soundtrack it surely makes it to the must-buy list. […]Read more "Noteworthy in December"
Last week, during an investors call, Bob Igor announced that Rian Johnson would be working on a new trilogy for Star Wars that would not follow the Skywalker Legacy. Following that, Kathleen Kennedy released a statement confirming this. The statement reads as follows, “We all loved working with Rian on The Last Jedi,” said Kathleen Kennedy, […]Read more "Star Wars – An ever expanding Universe"
Although it looks like not as busy a month for releases in games as last month, November feels like a really big hitter month with some blockbusters, great Netflix possibilities, along with some really solid game releases. As per usual, here is a look at the releases that really caught our eye. Justice League To […]Read more "Noteworthy – November"
This October is quite a phenomenal month for game releases. There were some games that were moved to later release dates (I’m looking at you Ni Nu Kuni 2!!) but nevertheless we are still left with a constant stream of great games to play. Here are a few that we are looking forward to. Battle […]Read more "Noteworthy in October"
Take a trip back to the down of Derry. A lovely town with nothing at all abnormal about it………..Sure what town doesn’t have clowns that attack children while hiding in the sewer system. Follow the Losers Club over the summer break in 1989, as they try to figure out what they are seeing, and how […]Read more "We Review – IT: Frighteningly good or scarily bad?"