Check out this new trailer for the much-awaited Part Three of The Expendables!
Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Terry Crews, Randy Couture, Dolph Lundgren and Jet Li return for the third time, joined by Antonio Banderas, Wesley Snipes, Kelsey Grammer, Kellan Lutz, Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford. Ronda Rousey and Victor Ortiz also take their time off and leave their respective rings to join the star-studded ensemble cast.
The film comes to theaters on August 15, 2014.
It's now official: the American title for Zelda Musou is Hyrule Warriors!
A collaboration between Nintendo and Tecmo Koei and developed by Omega Force, the game combines the story and characters of The Legend of Zelda series and the hack-and-slash gameplay of the Dynasty Warriors series.
The first teaser trailer revealed Link as the main protagonist in the game. At the recently finished Electronic Entertainment Expo, it was revealed that Zelda, Impa and Midna will also be playable; and it looks like Ganondorf—as naturally as it should be—is a boss character.
The WiiU-exclusive game will be released on August 14 in Japan, September 19 in Europe and September 26 in the United States.
Click "Read More" to see the wicked awesome E3 gameplay trailer.
In my personal opinion, the best part of the Electronic Entertainment Expo is when Nintendo announced the newest character additions to Super Smash Bros. 4:
It's almost a no-brainer that Pac-Man will get in since it's Namco Bandai that's developing SSB4, but still, it's a great (non)surprise!
A real crazy DLC update to Dead Rising 3 with a real outrageous title had just been announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX + Alpha Prime features a 4-player online multiplayer mode that marks the return of old favorites Frank West and Chuck Greene and the debut of Annie as playable characters, joining Nick Ramos. Players can dress up their characters as any of the characters from other Capcom games, like Street Fighter, Vampire/Darkstalkers, Captain Commando, Dino Crisis, Power Stone and Onimusha, among many others.
By the looks of this poster, it seems like the final boss in this DLC is a giant zombie "dictator".
And yes, it's a blatant in-your-face to the critics who keep bashing Capcom for re-releasing games like Street Fighter IV, which is in its nth iteration with Ultra.
Click "Read More" to see the update's over-the-top gameplay trailer.
It all started with this Photoshopped picture of Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson as "Male50Cent".
Then "shit just got magical".
Jimmy Kimmel had 50 Cent as a guest on his show last week. At one point during his interview, he raised the topic of 50 Cent's "big, big, big film coming out very soon", and here's the "world premiere" trailer of the film MaleFiftyCent.
Of course, it's just a joke, but the fact that he acknowledged the meme pic and was such a good sport—that he himself joined in on the making of this joke clip—amuses me all the more.
By the way, Disney's Maleficent is still showing in theaters worldwide.
Looks like I'm late for the news.
Tecmo Koei had announced last May 22 that Musou Orochi 2: Ultimate will be released for the PlayStation 4 on June 26. And even better, Westerners will get to enjoy the game in its English-translated glory when Warriors Orochi 3: Ultimate gets released in the United States and Eurpoean regions for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come fall of this year!
The game will be released as a retail game worth $59.99 for the PS4 and Xbox One, and as a digital download available on the PlayStation Store for the PS3 and PSVita for 49.99 and $39.99, respectively. I'm thinking that this scheme is for the North American gamers, as the European version of the previous Warriors Orochi 3 had a retail release. I'm hoping to get a Region-1 physical copy of this game for my system.
Anyway, it's time to save up.
Updated on 06/09/2014
A news article surfaced online yesterday, insinuating the possibility of the Filipino fastfood icon Jollibee making a cameo in Tekken 7. It even quotes re-tweets from Tekken Project director Katsuhiro Harada. Not to burst anyone's bubble, but whoever wrote the article misquoted Harada-san.
Let me tell you why, but first, let's have a flashback.
The latest trailer for the film Hercules starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is up!
Also, check out this rad movie poster!
Based on Steve Moore's graphic novel published by Radical Comics, the movie is directed by Brett Ratner and opens on July 25 in American theaters.