Early reviews of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel have been extremely positive (and are now hinting at a Justice League plan similar to that which Marvel initialised in Iron Man 2), but even if that movie does ultimately disappoint, it appears that DC is placing heavy focus on the video game market.
So… LucasArts is dead. Culled by Disney in an effort to “minimiz[e] the company’s risk while achieving a broader portfolio of quality Star Wars games.” But is there really that much to be sad about?
The years 2007 and 2008 were unique entries in my media-driven life, in that I essentially gave up gaming. Not out of choice, you see;subconsciously I think I’d just had enough of the medium, and needed a break. But for years I’ve rested the reason for my gaming abstinence on Funcom’s Dreamfall, the sequel to […]
On my procrastination woes, and the art of never getting anything done.
Since Sony handed DC Universe Online over to ProSiebenSat.1 Games, the DCU hasn’t been a particularly hospitable place for us Europeans.
Of course, there are many successful films these days that didn’t start off in the world of comic books. But if we take a close look at the box-office results over the last five years, each year we find that a comic based film is in the top ten. The only exception was 2009, which while […]