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Voice actor Roger Craig Smith talks Batman, Regular Show, and Sonic Boom!

on Thu, Jun 19, 2014 | By Isaac Rouse

  [From Assassins Creed, to Resident Evil, to Naruto: Shippuden -- Roger Craig Smith's voice over talent has had influence in your life as a geek. In this interview, we talk Batman: Arkham Origins, working on Regular Show, being a voice actor, and the upcoming video game/television series Sonic Boom!]  I guess my first question would be: What’s it like to be...

E3 2014: Weapons and References in Bayonetta 2

on Tue, Jun 17, 2014 | By Gabriel Zamora

The original Bayonetta was surprisingly rich in respect to its lore and Easter egg references. Names within the game often referenced pop-culture, classic video games, literature, or mythology, or had some significance within Platinum Games. Bayonetta 2 follows suit, as we played the demo at E3 2014, we noted the curious naming of locations and weapons in-game. 1. Love is...

E3 2014: Prepare yourselves for The Evil Within

on Mon, Jun 16, 2014 | By Stephanie Burdo

For starters, The Evil Within had by far one of the most memorable demonstration’s at this year’s E3. Bethesda began their presentation by placing all visitors into an intimate pitch black theatre where we would watch the game’s introduction along with a few words from the development team. The air conditioning was blasting and the audio was amplified...

NYCC 2014 Special Edition: Marvel’s next big thing

Battle of the marksmen
on Sun, Jun 15, 2014 | By Eric Guzman

Marvel held a panel at Special Edition today to discuss the future of their upcoming series and even though it was a bit lack luster and underwhelming, it did clear the air on a few things. The Panel was spearheaded by Marvel Legends, Greg Pak and Peter David. But Peter David stood out as Marvel has brought him back to continue his work from twenty years ago with X-Force...

Special Edition NYC 2014 Cosplay Gallery

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on Sun, Jun 15, 2014 | By Isaac Rouse

The exciting and brand new Special Edition NYC allows comic book fans to experience a pure comic convention, filled with books ranging from hardcovers to floppies!  And let’s not forget the glorious cosplayers that come with it! Here are the cosplayers of Special Edition NYC 2014. To be updated as the show continues! Special shoutout to Tony Polanco for a few pics! ...

E3 2014: Unite with Dragon Age Inquisition

on Fri, Jun 13, 2014 | By Stephanie Burdo

Dragon Age has always been known for its use of choice and its expansive environments. The universe is filled with diverse races with unique backgrounds of the creative variety. Getting only a taste of this delectable addition to the series made me hungry for more and I cannot wait for its release on October 7th. The game has forty different endings, four playable races...

E3 2014: Metal Gear Solid V expands on Peace Walker in a big way

Snake throughout the years.
on Wed, Jun 11, 2014 | By Eric Guzman

Early Monday morning we were treated to a new leaked Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain trailer. Like most of Kojima’s work it was a bit hazy and confusing. But this didn’t stop the Metal Gear diehards like myself and a few others on stuff from losing our collective minds. Things have changed. You’ll immediately notice the darker tone the game has taken....

E3 2014: Rebel with Homefront: The Revolution

homefront the revolution
on Wed, Jun 11, 2014 | By Stephanie Burdo

My experience with Homefront: The Revolution was one of my favorites at E3 2014 so far. In terms of quality, this wartime IP has gone leaps and bounds to create something new and special for gamers everywhere. In all honesty, I never played the original Homefront because everything I had heard about it was negative. Considering that Revolution continues to gain momentum and...

E3 2014: Dead Island 2 is “Paradise meets Hell”

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on Wed, Jun 11, 2014 | By Stephanie Burdo

I know. Dead Island has received quite a bit of negative attention for its glitches and lackluster storyline. After the hype that followed the original game’s release, the title seemed to die out shortly afterward. Dead Island Riptide came out to restore the series, but failed in its efforts due to the fact that it was a carbon copy of the first game, flaws and all....

E3 2014: Hands-on with Fable Legends

fables legends
on Wed, Jun 11, 2014 | By Stephanie Burdo

As a huge fan of the Fable series, I have grown to appreciate the scallywag gibberish and silliness of the franchise. With the release of Fable: The Journey for Xbox 360 Kinect, it was apparent early on that Lionhead Studios was trying to reinvent themselves while holding onto their “claim to fame” first party Microsoft title. Walking up to the Fable Legends...