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Focus Home Interactive have released a new trailer for their upcoming first person shooter set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, Space Hulk: Deathwing. This latest trailer, titled ‘Arsenal’, showcases the big guns that your Space Marine Terminators will get to use throughout the game.
Adapted from the famous Games Workshop boardgame, Space Hulk: Deathwing puts players in the role of a Terminator of the Dark Angel’s ‘Deathwing’ First Company who have boarded a Space Hulk to take on the Genestealer menace.
Deathwing Terminators are equipped with the most prized armour a Space Marine chapter can possess and allows a Space Marine to carry some amazingly powerful weapons that would normally have to be mounted on vehicles with any other army. The trailer showcases many of these devastating weapons including the humble Storm Bolter, the flesh shredding Assault Cannon and the deadly Plasma Cannon. The trailer also showcases some of the »
- Andrew Newton
"Come out, come out and play!" Fright Rags has come to play with this The Warriors shirt available starting at midnight Edt. Also in today's Highlights: a trailer for J. Horton's A Director's Cut: Monsters in the Woods, plus details on the Black Hammer Giant-Sized Annual anthology series from Dark Horse.
A Look at Fright Rags' The Warriors Shirt: Priced at $18.00, The Warriors shirt will be available for a 24-hour period beginning at 12:01 am Edt on Saturday morning and ending at midnight on Saturday night.
It will never be reprinted by Fright Rags, so if you're interested in purchasing this latest Midnight Madness shirt, then keep an eye on Fright Rags' official website this weekend.
A Director's Cut: Monsters in the Woods Trailer: From director J. Horton: "In 2012 my creature feature, Monsters in the Woods was released. Due to several outside restrictions, it wasn't the movie I had envisioned, »
- Tamika Jones
When it comes to Thunder Lotus’ Jotun: Valhalla Edition, the first game people will think of is Stoic’s The Banner Saga. Despite very different gameplay styles, the initial comparisons are obvious. Both games feature Norse mythology. Both use beautiful hand-drawn visuals. Both feature relatively long periods of quieter gameplay, followed by combat sequences. Also, both have been scored by composers with incredible amounts of talent.
But to tie the games together in this way would be unfair to both titles. As I say, the gameplay styles are very different. Jotun is a direct-controlled action affair where you play as Thora, a Viking woman who has suffered an inglorious death, meaning that she’s prevented from entering Valhalla. The great Odin offers up a second chance for the warrior though, tasking her with impressing the various gods by defeating them in combat. Do this, and Valhalla awaits.
The story is »
- Ken Barnes
By Tim Greaves
Between the early 1950s and mid 1980s the Children's Film Foundation was a non-profit making establishment behind dozens of films aimed at a young audience, most of them screening as programme constituents at Saturday morning 'Picture Shows'. I didn't catch many of these during my own childhood. But I do recall a couple of particularly enjoyable ones that I did get to see in the early 1970s: Cry Wolf (1969) and All at Sea (1970), both of which are conspicuously absent from the half dozen or so collections issued on DVD to date. Many of the Cff’s films had a run-time of around an hour, although there were also a number of serials in their catalogue. Masters of Venus was one such production. Comprising eight 15-minute instalments, it arrives on DVD in the UK in a restored release from BFI.
On the day prior to mankind's first mission to Venus, »
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