Tag: OFF BEAT
Well folks, this is what it's all come down to. Forget prettier graphics and game exclusives, the real console war is about which set of gamers are better in the sack. A recent poll conducted during research into the effect of playing games on relationships has determined (apparently) that those who play Xbox are better lovers than Sony, Nintendo, and PC gamers...
I think that most people, on some level, all believe that the Zombie Apocalypse is going to happen. To hell with the Science, for many of us it's a matter of when and not if. So when a local TV station in Great Falls, Montana issued an emergency broadcast warning about the dead rising, some took it seriously.
Game protagonists are a big part of any gaming experience. Our heroes often determine how well we remember certain games, and how easily we forget them. This edition of Remembering a Hero looks to Earthworm Jim and his outrageous quest into 2 dimensional platforming.
Game protagonists are a big part of any gaming experience. A likeable hero can make the difference between an unforggetable classic and a less-said-the-better stinker. This edition of Remembering a Hero looks at Linus Spacehead, his adventures of astronomical proportions, and why his appearance in Cosmic Spacehead is well worth exploring again today.
Back when Star Wars first came out it took to the comic book world in order to bring more adventures to a rabid fan base. Marvel handled the comic duties at the time but in the years since Dark Horse Comics have dutifully carried the franchise through some of the most memorable comic events for the Star Wars mythos. Now, the galaxy far, far away is coming back home to Marvel.
I tend to get some cool stuff that comes through my inbox on occasion, and this just so happens to be one of them. Apparently a study was conducted about films which can help people in other countries learn English. According to the research conducted, the Harry Potter films ended up being the best films for people to learn the language. Full details inside.
Every time I open an issue of Green Lantern I walk away from it wondering why I don't read it on a monthly basis. I got the same sensation when I closed the Green Lantern Annual #1. I knew immediately what I was reading was going to be one of those pivotal moments in comic book history. Will it change things for good? Does anything change permanently in the comic book world?
Movie buffs can be a strange group some times and we're among the most nitpicky, even when it comes to movies we love so much. Take Titanic for example. The recent re-release of the film sparked an old debate about how Jack (DiCaprio) could have lived and there was enough room on the "raft" for both of them. It sounds like James Cameron has had enough of the debate and is bringing in the Mythbusters crew to settle it once and for all.