9 items from 2014
After weeks of sold out preview performances Rupert Grint and his It's Only A Play co-stars took to the stage tonight for the official opening night! With that, many reviews have come out and you can read all of the best comments about Rupert's performance here. After their performance, the stars of the show went to an after party for the play's opening night. You can see pictures from the event here. You can also check out a few pictures of Opening Night Curtain Call here! »
Two thousand and twelve’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was definitely a spinoff that few people predicted, mainly due to its choice of genre. While almost every previous Final Fantasy game had some semblance of traditional role-playing in its core gameplay, Square Enix chose to mix things up and make a portable rhythm game featuring many notable tracks from the iconic series.
I enjoyed the original Theatrhythm as a whole, due to its use of familiar tunes that many gamers have nostalgia for, as well as its solid presentation and gameplay variety. My biggest gripe with it actually lied within the control scheme itself. The title required the use of the 3Ds’ lower touch screen for all of its gameplay, but made things a bit awkward by showing the actual game on the top screen. More important was the recurring feeling of imprecision when the game cued you to swipe across »
- John Fleury
We woke up to some amazing Nintendo news this morning, as they announced a slew of new things (including release dates, hardware, and more) during a Nintendo Direct session. We'll be covering all of the news here on Cinelinx, but let's start off with some of their Holiday plans, which includes pricing of the amiibos and some new Wii U bundles to take home. Come inside to check it out!
It's tough to really know where to begin. Nintendo dropped some serious information this morning concerning a lot of their big properties and collating that into an easily digestible format hasn't been easy! However, let's kick things off with some of the basics, like Nintendo's Amiibo figures (their answer to Skylanders and Disney Infinity). This was announced during E3, but today they've revealed some pricing on the figures and a few games they'll be compatible with:
The holiday shopping season begins today for Nintendo fans, »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
As we have seen from previous installments, sometimes the biggest stories in WWF/E happen off screen rather than on screen. Last time, in 1996, we learned that Razor Ramon was originally supposed to face Goldust at Wrestlemania Xii, Edge made his WWF debut at a house show, and Triple H’s punishment for the Kliq Msg Curtain Call was seriously overblown.
In 1997, and the landscape of the WWF changed dramatically. The top babyfaces in the company in January, Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels, were heels by the time the year ended. One of the biggest heels in the company, Stone Cold Steve Austin, would end the year as one of the hottest babyfaces in the industry, and the most shocking night in WWF history would occur this year.
- Justin Seagull
Square Enix and Deep Silver are hosting an arcade alongside Comic Con this year and will be found at the Whiskey Girl Restaurant and will feature a look at some of their new and upcoming games. If you are attending San Diego Comic Con, or will be in the area, you may want to go check out this nifty arcade!
With our recent Arcade ambitions, you can imagine why this is exciting to us!
At the arcade will be Square Enix's new Tomb Raider title that was announced earlier this year at E3. With Tomb Raider will be Nosgoth, Hitman: Go, and Hitman: Sniper (Mobile). Kingdom Hears 2.5 Remix will be in town, but it will only be shown at the booth inside Sdcc.
Deep Silver will be bringing along Escape Dead Island, Metro Redux, and Sacred 3!
Square Enix, Inc. and Deep Silver, a division of Koch Media GmbH,have partnered »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Dustin Spino)
There’s some new info about potential DVD releases that WWE are considering right now coming out of PWInsider.com. They sent out a survey to people on their mailing list to gauge their interest on a number of different ideas.
Here’s a look at some of topics they’re considering:
Bryan’s documentary was outstanding, so it would be a smart move for WWE to consider doing those about other talents too.
- Biographies on the professional and personal lives of WWE talents similar to Espn’s 30 for 30 series.
The 30 for 30 series is great. They cover a variety of different subjects are usually one or two hours in length. Considering all the history that WWE has plus »
- John Canton
English-speaking gamers who enjoyed 2012′s interesting rhythm spin-off, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, which was released on both the 3Ds and iOS, can now look forward to a Western release for its sequel, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. Originally announced last year and with a Japanese release imminent, Curtain Call is promising to take the fun and quirky gameplay of its predecessor and offer a huge helping of new features and content for a beefier experience.
Not only will Curtain Call contain almost every song from the original Theatrhythm, but it will boast over 200 songs overall, and that doesn’t even include possible downloadable tracks. The selection will range all the way from the original Nes games to more recent entries like Lightning Returns and Final Fantasy Xiv: A Realm Reborn. Dozens of playable protagonists from throughout the history of the Final Fantasy series will also be selectable to form parties of »
- John Fleury
The term “buried” is more common among WWE fans than ever, and is one of the main themes going into Wrestlemania 30. With Daniel Bryan’s alleged burial now becoming its own storyline and the backlash of Cm Punk now showing signs of burial onscreen, angry fans have turned to the internet to express their displeasure. Many fans have a tendency to overuse the term, however, with the result that any time a wrestler loses a match, cries of “they’re burying him!” resound throughout the Internet Wrestling Community.
That isn’t to say that burial doesn’t happen, far from it. WWE has buried it’s stars as a form of punishment for years. Even Triple H himself, the king of the shovel, was buried by management for a full year for his part in the Madison Square Garden “Curtain Call”. Many times Triple H has been accused of burying stars, »
Since its debut in 1993, Monday Night Raw has entertained us time and time again with memorable moments and matches. But what happens when the three hour show goes off the air?
More often than not it’s what we call a ‘dark match’, a contest that only the paying arena gets to see. Sometimes it’s just an angle or a big save to send the crowd home happy. Every now and then however, WWE do some very special things, the cameras stop rolling and the arena audience gets to see some magic. Retirement speeches, birthday bashes, unlikely superstar allegiances and some plain odd sights have been featured in the 15 minutes after Raw ended.
Seeing the top WWE superstars let their hair down and interact as real people is huge fun, it would have been unthinkable in the old days to see wrestlers breaking kayfabe, but nowadays we have »
- Grahame Herbert
9 items from 2014
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