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When Tomb Raider hit store shelves in March, there was a lot of talk about 2013 being the year of the bow and arrow. This weapon was prominently used in The Last of Us, and Crysis 3's Robocop wannabe wielded one too. The year started off strong for this primitive weapon, but the action games that released in the following months focused on modern armaments. Alas, it looked like 2013 was going to go by without a silly trend linking numerous games together.
Shark attacks were a big part of 2013's video game landscape.
My Peggle 2 review is generating a surprising response. People are asking me where they can see the automated video captures I mentioned. You can, but you'll first have to download Xbox One's Smartglass app on your phone or tablet. Next, enter the friends menu, and input the gamertag "Reinak" into the Find Friends search. Once you follow me, you'll be able to see all of my Xbox One activity, including my achievement unlocks, and all of the videos that are either manually or automatically recorded.
If you want to see my Peggle 2 videos, here's how to get to them.
Hammerstein NWC is one of my favorite Lego creators. Specializing mostly in custom minifigs, Hammerstein NWC has a great eye for the little details, and has turned many of my favorite characters in entertainment into desirable Lego toys. I was first introduced to his work through his steampunk R2-D2 and C-3PO, and have debated paying him a king's fortune to build custom Marvel figures for me. His Red Skull, Punisher, and Iron Man army are amazing. Today, Hammerstein brings us a gallery of movie maniacs. I doubt Lego would ever make R-rated sets with slashers and horror monsters, but Hammerstein shows us how cool they could be in adorable minifig form.
A custom brick builder gives us a glimpse at cinema's famed slashers and monsters in Lego form.
With Bryan Singer (X-Men, X-2) back at the helm to direct another film about the Children of the Atom, we just need one more thing to happen to make the future great: I would love to see Raven Software develop another X-Men Legends or Marvel Ultimate Alliance game. Singer leaving X-Men to write and direct Superman Returns was a shame. Raven not getting the chance to create Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 was equally as disappointing. 20th Century Fox fixed the future. It's up to you now, Activision.
Bryan Singer, the director of X-Men and X2 is back for a third film about the Children of the Atom.
I'm terrified of a future that doesn't have George Lucas calling the shots for new Star Wars films. At the same time, I'm excited for a future that has J.J. Abrams getting Star Wars back on track.
Here are a few ideas I would pitch to J.J. Abrams if I talked to him about Star Wars: Episode VII.
I'm well on my way to hitting 100 percent. Here are the strategies I used.
Scribblenauts Unmasked doesn't throw super-powered punches, but its enormous roster can be tapped to recreate famed art from DC Comics' long-running mythos. That's exactly what 5th Cell and Warner Bros. Interactive are doing on Scribblenauts' official Facebook page.
Scribblenauts Unmasked doesn't throw super-powered punches, but its enormous roster can be tapped to recreate famed art from DC Comics' long-running mythos. That's exactly what 5th Cell and Warner Bros. Interactive are doing.
On October 11, Marvel Comics is revealing the future of its popular "Now!" line of comic books at its New York Comic Con Panel, Amazing X-Men and the Marvel Universe. Two teaser images accompanied this announcement, offering the words "judgment" and "trial." A closer look at the images reveals two interesting things: The background contains what appears to be a giant number one. The words are also ablaze, perhaps referencing Phoenix-related stories.
On October 11, Marvel Comics is revealing the future of its popular
"Now!" line of comic books at its New York Comic Con Panel, Amazing
X-Men and the Marvel Universe.
Players can snap photos whenever like in Grand Theft Auto V. These shots include scenic vistas, the eccentric citizens of Los Santos, selfies, and expensive sports cars. Others are taking a more unconventional approach, and Rockstar's Social Club Snapmatic viewer makes them public for all to see. I've scanned through hundreds of these photos, and wanted to spotlight some of the better ones here – whether they are beautiful scenic shots, clever selfies, or funny moments. I urge all you all to visit the site yourselves, but be warned: People are posting M-rated pictures from an M-rated game. New photos are added almost every minute.
Double Fine's Tim Shafer and Scott Campbell provide insight into the creation of Psychonaut's Memory Vaults.
In an attempt to limit the amount of time Dan spends talking about wrestling or Event Horizon, I'm turning the sixth episode of our Psychonauts Super Replay into a viewer Q & A. All you have to do is submit your questions in the comments section below. You can ask us about the game, other games, the recording experience, and really anything you want.
In an attempt to limit the amount of time Dan spends talking about wrestling or Event Horizon, I'm turning the sixth episode of our Psychonauts Super Replay into a viewer Q & A.