As part of Nintendo's Spirits in Black five-day event starting this Friday (not the Slayer song), players will be able to unlock both Lotus and her recently-transformed version Natah. To claim her, you'll need to beat Bayonetta in the Spirit Board. She's a two-star advanced, neutral, primary unit with three open slots, and as an enhanceable spirit will transform at level 99 (thanks, Siliconera). Here's a little preview of what she'll look like: … [Read more...] about Warframe’s Lotus joins Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a spirit
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The news comes amid AT&T's acquisition of Warner Media being finalized, with Warner Bros. playing a huge role in content creation for the media conglomerate moving forward. It's also another step to get DC Entertainment back in line after a few false starts at the theaters and some major executive shakeups. … [Read more...] about DC Entertainment Moves to New Division Under Warner Bros.
Finally, the most recent chapters of Dragon Ball Super have given us the much-needed course-correction of letting the supporting characters of Dragon Ball Z once again shine. While Goku and Vegeta are off-world, Gohan, Piccolo, Androids 17 and 18 - even Yamcha, Tien, and Roshi - have all had to step up and battle Moro and his forces. Dragon Ball Z might've always had Goku and/or Gohan ultimately win the fight, but it really was an ensemble character piece. Dragon Ball Super has been widely criticized for pushing Goku and Vegeta's power levels through the roof and leaving all the other Z-Fighters behind; "Galactic Patrol Prisoner" is finally addressing that lack of attention - possibly setting up an entire Dragon Ball Z-Fighters series. … [Read more...] about Dragon Ball Super Is (Thankfully) Going Back to the DBZ Formula
Star Trek: Picard’s most recent episode, “Stardust City Rag,” opened with a gory scene as one of the ex-Borg was dismantled while still alive. The remainder of the episode also included an atypical amount of violence and an ending that was shades darker than what is usually expected of a Star Trek story. This has caused concern in some longtime Star Trek fans. Some even voiced their concerns on the Instagram account of Michael Chabon, Star Trek: Picard’s Season One showrunner. Chabon took the time to respond to those concerns. He says that the violence in the episode is not something he chose to include without a lot of thought. … [Read more...] about Star Trek: Picard Showrunner Responds to Concerns About Show’s Violence and Darkness
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) August 14, 2017 Isaacs then took to Twitter to clarify his intentions, before adding the 'dare' to Discovery skeptics. He added that he isn't trying to deface the legacy of previous Star Trek captains, despite how the New York Daily News interpreted his comments. … [Read more...] about Jason Isaacs ‘Dares’ Skeptical Trekkies To Watch ‘Star Trek: Discovery’