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So, Life is Strange: Episode Two – Out of Time has been released and I kept my promise of buying the season pass, and I’m glad I did. With Out of Time starting with a “next day” feel, the past events still feel raw in people’s minds and plenty of people have grudges against Max which we have to get help her avoid.
I don’t really want to say too much about the plot of this second episode as part of the pleasure of the game is the way the story reveals itself, especially with the choices you make and the way you keep on messing them up. There is a predictability to this episode as Max is pulled between two friendships, both which need her attention. Whatever choice you make it really hits home that the game isn’t going to make you feel like this is »
- Paul Metcalf
Life is Strange: Episode Two–Out of Time
PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC
With the debut of the second part of Life is Strange, Dontnod has proven that their first episode was far from a fluke. Intense, expansive, and grounded in reality (well, except for those time travel bits) Out of Time takes this series even further toward a potential Game of the Year nomination.
Picking up where the previous episode finished, much of this second part deals, at least in passing, with Max attempting to prove her abilities to her friend and confidante, Chloe. Though the motivation behind this can come across as a tad silly, it’s not hard to imagine that an overwhelmed art school student might cling so desperately to a notion of friendship and support in an environment that is new and frightening to her.
Leading into the gameplay mechanics, these »
- Mike Worby
The Flash understandably struggles to live up to the standard set by last week's blisteringly good episode...
This review contains spoilers.
1.16 Rogue Time
Time-travel episodes are fun; retcon episodes not so much.
That’s the problem The Flash faced with this week’s follow-up to an episode that had fans, general audience and even curious bystanders were falling over themselves to praise. The Flash introduced time-travel in its first season, a random non-finale episode in its first season no less, and it was always going to be harder for the following episode to sweep up the mess than it was to create it.
Rogue Time is indeed a weaker episode that its predecessor, but not to the extent it easily could have been given the circumstances. Fundamentally, the audience needs to be as frustrated with some of the backtracking as Barry is, especially with the Iris stuff, but the introduction »
After baiting us hook, line and sinker, with the first episode of their new IP, Life is Strange, Dontnod Entertainment has returned with the game’s sophomore instalment. Though, while its predecessor excelled at its job of making us become invested in the life of time rewinding high school student, Max Caulfield, this follow-up suffers from uneven pacing and some forgettable moments. That’s not to say that it’s bad, but to suggest that it’s merely a decent but disappointing step backwards for what may still end up being an episodic masterpiece if everything ends up coming together well.
Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time deals with some heavy themes and has its moments, but there are quite a few lulls in-between the good stuff. What it does do relatively well, though, is push the story forward by setting things up for future instalments.
Things begin back in the girls’ dormitory, »
- Chad Goodmurphy
Directed by John Behring Airs Tuesdays at 8pm Et on the CW - Last week, The Flash took our hero in an unexpected trip through time after running so fast when trying to stop a tidal wave. The question left hanging at the end of the episode was how many of the big events would be undone now that he’s ruptured the time continuum? As many of us expected and feared, the events of “Out of Time” are completely undone: Cisco discovering that Harrison Wells is the Reverse Flash – Dr. Wells killing Cisco – Iris confessing her feelings for Barry, and Barry revealing his secret identity to Iris – are all wiped clean. The result is very disappointing.
As mentioned last week, the concept of traveling into the past becomes a bit murky the second causality rears its head. »
Life Is Strange hit back in January (see the original announcement) and Dontnod and Square Enix have finally released the second of five episodes! While it's been a few months for gamers, only a day has passed in the life of Max and Chloe. What are the consequences of the choices that were made in episode one? Who learns that Max has the ability to rewind time? Learn more thanks to the new launch trailer below! Now reunited with her friend Chloe, Max starts to experiment with her power and begins to wonder if it is related to her visions or the weird snow from the day before. But life goes on in Blackwell Academy and a certain viral video has become a major topic of discussion. Meanwhile, what did happen to Rachel Amber? Life is Strange episode 2 - 'Out of Time' releasing March 24 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, »
A quick review of last night's "The Flash" coming up just as soon as I bet my friends that you'll talk to me... My only real issue with last week's dynamite episode was a concern that the show would lean too hard on the reset button, undoing every single thing that was thrilling about "Out of Time." That's exactly what "Rogue Time" did. Cisco is alive (and even gets to enjoy hearing Harrison refer to him as being like a son), Captain Singh is uninjured, Joe is safe, Iris remains in the dark about Barry's secret identity and her feelings for him, etc. I expected some of that, but all of it? And to then replace each event with some kind of parallel that isn't half as interesting? Reverse-Flash killing Cisco had an impact because Cisco mattered to the audience and to the other characters; undoing that and making the new victim be Iris's editor, »
- Alan Sepinwall
The CW’s The Flash Out of Time TV Show Review. The Flash: Season 1, Episode 15: Out of Time, makes everyone in Barry’s (Grant Gustin) world face the music. Mark Mardon (Liam McIntyre), having survived his apparent death during the black-matter explosion, returns seeking revenge on Joe (Jesse L. Martin) for [...]
- Brian Fire
The Flash's timeline is reset, causing the Rogue Gallery to cause havoc in Central City. Meanwhile, Barry struggles to deal with the changes he's made by travelling back in time.
Nothing that comes after the "Out of Time" episode -- aka, the one where Barry goes back in time, resetting the day's series-changing events -- could really match that intensity. The Flash was firing all cylinders and throwing caution to the wind for the major plotlines for its big time travelling reveal. "Rogue Time" settles the show back into its normal pace for an episode that can't quite live up to the previous episode's promise.
iZombie: “Pilot” works on developing the main character
Rob Thomas has been known to television fans for a number of shows over the years, from Veronica Mars toParty Down. His newest series, developed in conjunction with Diane Ruggiero-Wright, brings the iZombiecomics to the small screen in a show of the same name. The show is centred around a morgue assistant who is also a member of the undead, and whose diet of brains comes with the side effect of absorbing the individual’s memories… read the full article.
Broad City ends the season strong
This has been an extremely strong season of Broad City, and though this episode is a somewhat strange one to use as a finale, it ultimately feels like an inspired choice. We have no sense of closure with Ilana and Lincoln’s relationship, which was anticipated. No arc is particularly remarked upon or addressed. It »
So I’ve gabbed about Gotham. I’ve adjudicated over Agents of Shield. Isn’t it time I got flustered over The Flash? After the episode debuting this week, “Out of Time”, I’m beside myself with glee. For those who saw the episode, that knowing smirk over my pun-tacular metaphor means we’re going to be the best of friends. For those who are missing out on the festivities – or don’t wish to spoil themselves having not seen the episode yet – I’ll see you next week.
Ok, are the buzzkillers gone? Good. My god, what an episode! The Flash started off with a bang – melding the innocence of the silver age, with a well-rendered modern edge – and has quickly become appointment DVR television for the ole Fish-man. Whereas I boot up an episode of Gotham with tepid hope, and Shield with a yearning for less angst, I »
- Marc Alan Fishman
Amid rumors of delays for the next episode of Life is Strange Dontnod finally reveals the release date and a trailer for Episode 2: Out of Time.
There was a lot of talk about the release of Dontnod and Square Enix’s stab at an episodic adventure after a year of success for Telltale and their many successful titles and Life is Strange did not disappoint (at least, not in my opinion). The plan was that a new episode for the five part series would launch every six weeks, but rumors circulated at the end of February that Dontnod would be pushing the release of the next episode until later in April. Dontnod responded stating that the game would be on track to release before the end of March, and they weren’t lying! It looks like Episode 2: Out of Time will be launching on Tuesday, March 24th!
- email@example.com (Katy Barber)
The Flash demonstrates a touch of genius in its ability to defy audience expectations in this week's blistering episode...
This review contains spoilers.
1.15 Out Of Time
The Flash has been teasing the introduction of time travel all season and, in an episode full of pretty epic twists and surprises, Out Of Time is where it chose to really throw it into the ring. That choice is significant mainly because it's a seemingly random episode only notable for marking the show's return after several weeks away, but it's precisely the episode's apparent non-specialness that makes it genius.
Because if this had been the season finale, not only would the reveal of Harrison Wells as Reverse Flash, Iris' discovery of Barry's secret identity and the death of a major character make sense, but they would also have been somewhat expected. This is episode fifteen, and all of those things have already happened, »
Sneak Peek spoiler footage from "The Flash" episode "Out Of Time", that aired March 17, 2015, revealing the secrets of 'Harrison Wells' and the deadly character 'Reverse-Flash':
"...'Harrison Wells' aka 'Eobard Thawne', reveals 'Detective Eddie Thawne' is a distant relative, from the 25th Century.
"'Reverse-Flash' also tells 'Cisco', who he murders, that he intended to kill 'Barry' aka 'The Flash' years ago...
"...and is only helping the hero so he can use him to return home..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Flash: Out Of Time"...
- Michael Stevens
Following news that an "authorized" biopic about soul singer Sam Cooke and the strange circumstances surrounding his 1964 death was on the way, members of the Cooke family – including his younger brother L.C. Cooke – have since denied involvement in the project. The Cooke family, in association with Abkco Films, were already at work on their own official Sam Cooke biopic, Abkco said in a statement to Rolling Stone.
"Recent media reports about a proposed biographical film on the life of Sam Cooke and L.C. Cooke's purported involvement with the project are false. »
Airs Tuesdays at 8pm Et on the CW - The Flash has had a long and complicated history to say the least. These complications all began with “Flash of Two Worlds!” a landmark comic book story published in 1961, that introduces Earth-Two, and more generally the concept of the multiverse, to DC Comics. Long story short, by the 1980s, the DC Universe was drowning in these parallel Earths and multiple continuities and so the writers over at DC decided to solve these problems with Crisis on Infinite Earths, a reality-bending crossover event that removed the concept of the Multiverse, and depicted the deaths of many long-standing superheroes. The goal was to streamline the world and history of the DC heroes and make them more accessible to new readers. A main story point in Crisis »
Following the photos released last week from next week's episode of The Flash, "Rogue Time", The CW has released a new trailer that showcases the return of Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell). As a result of last night's episode, "Out of Time", where Barry Allen went back in time, the space-time continuum is all out of whack. But, before he can deal with that, Barry has bigger problems at hand.
The Flash (Grant Gustin) learns that Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (guest star Dominic Purcell) have returned to Central City. This time Snart has brought along his baby sister Lisa (guest star Peyton List) to help wreak havoc on the city. As you may know, in the DC Comics, Lisa Snart is also known as The Golden Glider, but we'll have to wait and see how she fits into the story next week. »
"Out of Time," is easily the craziest episode of The Flash to date, so what could possibly be planned for the season finale? Mark Mardon returns to kill Joe for killing his brother, Cisco finds out Dr. Wells' secrets and Dr. Wells kills him, Iris tells Barry she has feelings for him and Barry reveals he's the Flash to his best friend. Then, in an attempt to save the city from the Weather Wizard's tsunami, Barry runs so fast he ends up traveling back in time. And this is only episode 15 of the season!
For more on what happened, check out the recap. »
See Also: Promo images for ‘Rogue Time’
Captain Cold And Heat Wave Return To Central City; Peyton List Guest Stars As Lisa Snart — The Flash (Grant Gustin) learns that Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (guest star Dominic Purcell) have returned to Central City. This time Snart has brought along his baby sister Lisa (guest star Peyton List) to help wreak havoc on the city.
The Flash airs on The CW on Tuesday nights. Follow all of our coverage here.
- Gary Collinson
(Spoiler Alert! If you haven't watched the March 17 episode of The CW series, bookmark this link to come back to later. This article discusses the big reveals in detail.)
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg, Cavanagh, who plays Harrison Wells (scratch that, Eobard Thawne!) and Candice Patton (who plays Iris West) provided some details about where the show now goes from here.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
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