Go Go captures the fun and spirit of the Power Rangers franchise, and that is only aided by the beautiful art of Dan Mora and Raul Angulo. The book is rich with vibrant colors and jaw dropping backdrops, including a few renditions of the Megazord that you will want hanging on your wall by issue's end. The tone instantly changes when action flashes over to the Moon Palace, with warmer reds and oranges dominating the palette and Rita's team looking as lethal as ever. … [Read more...] about Go Go Power Rangers #1 Review – Getting The Series Started In Style
Cars 2 review
These items tantalise with the thought of Paranormal Activity-style forensic investigations. I was hoping the Timberline would contain a darkroom, so I could discover what I'd unwittingly photographed while using the Polaroid's flash to navigate during a blackout. But the puzzles remain scanty even as the plot builds to a head - they exist to keep you moving back and forth through chambers you're increasingly wary of, rather than to satisfy in themselves. You're required to use the antennae a grand total of twice, though I kept waving it at walls in case some passing phantom fancied a word. The lack of gamey elements is to the atmosphere's benefit, perhaps, but the game does feel oddly timid about its own tools. I don't need a full-on subgame in the style of Condemned's CSI mechanics, but another couple of chapters in which to play detective wouldn't have hurt the pace. … [Read more...] about The Suicide of Rachel Foster review – a Shining-esque riff on Gone Home that doesn’t quite dazzle
But one time I was trapped at the top of a flight of stairs when the feds attacked, and I leapt off the top floor, spun around 180 degrees, shot an agent in the head in mid-air, and landed unharmed on my upgraded cyber-legs before massacring another dozen of them with my rifle, shotgun, sword, and grenades. Most of the guns are freely available from the very start, including a pistol that spews out about 45 bullets per second, an anti-tank rifle, and an absolutely devastating minigun. It’s the source of some of the most memorable shootouts I’ve ever had. … [Read more...] about Have You Played… E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy?
The takeaway? Birds of Prey isn't a standard superhero movie and shouldn't be judged as one, but there's something more to consider as well when looking at how Birds of Prey is discussed. On Twitter, a few people have compared the language of how headlines have addressed Birds of Prey to the language used to describe a film with a similar budget and similar opening haul: Ford v Ferrari. In the case of Ford v Ferrari, it's opening weekend was described as "racing to first place" or as a "strong" opening with $31 million domestic while Birds of Prey had distinctly negative phrasing with words such as "disappoints" and "went astray" with its slightly better take of $33 million. Similar budget, both are smaller films with an action-oriented slant (though Ford v Ferrari features cars rather than brawling), Ford v Ferrari even had something that Birds of Prey did not have in the way of major star power with Christian Bale and Matt Damon in starring roles. One can even argue that they are … [Read more...] about We Need to Stop Calling Birds of Prey a Box Office Failure
The third project is the most interesting one because of how little was said about it. While other projects received some details no matter how slim, Remedy only referred to the third game as an “unannounced game project.” It also said that, whatever it is, the development is “proceeding well.” … [Read more...] about Control Developer Shares Update on Four Projects Including an Unannounced Game