4 items from 2013
The Assassin’s Creed franchise has adopted an annual-release model the last few years, presenting gamers with a new opportunity every fall to jump across the rooftops of their favorite densely-researched historical cityscapes. But last year’s Assassin’s Creed 3 seemed to mark a turning point for the franchise. We don’t know much about the next entry, but Ubisoft just released an evocative bit of key art which reveals two things: 1. The name of the game, and 2. A very rough idea of the setting. Take a look:
So there you have it. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will »
- Darren Franich
The Boys has been a love/dislike series for me with some books being amazing and others being dull, even repetitive, to the point where I lost interest in the series long enough to not pick up the final volume months after being published. But I must say Ennis and co. have wrapped things up brilliantly.
Homelander has been defeated and Vought American are on the way down along with all of their superhero “product” and it seems The Boys job is basically done – except Butcher has other plans. He will not rest until every single superhero is dead. The only problem is that his (final?) solution will kill anyone with any compound V (the stuff that gives the Supes their powers) in their body, no matter how small. Butcher is planning a genocide that will kill millions.
The Boys figure out too late what Butcher’s up to and »
- Noel Thorne
Could they have gone with a more boring teaser poster?! Thankfully the teaser trailer for director Kang Woo-seok’s fight flick, Fist of Legend, packs a far bigger punch. The film follows a group of contestants who apply to take part in a TV reality show. The name of the game seems to be, smash your all opponent’s heads in, until one mans left standing, to win a huge cash prize. A premise we think we can work with.... Fist of Legend opens in April. Fist of Legend teaser »
The name of the game regarding the Arrested Development revival has been “surprise.” The announcement of the short-lived, much-beloved comedy’s return arrived out of the blue, and in order to keep the details of the show’s so-called fourth season under wraps, creator Mitch Hurwitz has done everything but hide his cast and crew in the attic of a Bluth Company model home. That sense of secrecy extended to today’s Netflix presentation at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, where Hurwitz and the majority of his cast (minus David Cross and Tony Hale, but still the closest »
4 items from 2013
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