Archive for the ‘As Seen On Youtube’ Category
Not quite the Resident Evil we’re familiar with, but there’s nothing wrong with changing things up every once in a while, as RE4 showed. If anything else, it looks like a graphically impressive title.
RE7 drops January 24th, 2017.
The title says it all.
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In this video from YouTube channel Demolition Ranch, we are shown a myriad of (somewhat ill-advised but entertaining uses for X-Products’ Can Cannon.
Joerg Sprave does it again, this time with a compressed air powered arrow gun that, despite being about to launch a projectile with a recorded energy output of 884 Joules, is technically classified as a toy under German law.
Xbox Ahoy does his treatment on the ‘Right Arm of the Free World’, providing background on the iconic FAL while also demonstrating its inclusion in multiple video games within recent years.
Gearbox did arguably the best thing they could with the Duke Nukem franchise: rather than make a completely new game, they decided to release the original Duke 3D on modern platforms, and brought in members of the original creative team to make a 5th episode for the game.
I am being cautiously optimistic about this, since this is Gearbox we’re talking about (*cough*alienscolonialmarines*cough*), but it’s also classic Duke.
‘Nother year, nother CoD.
Drops November 4th.
This Batman costume features 23 individual working gadgets, which makes it the Guinness World Record holder for most functioning gadgets in a costume.
Before anyone gets excited: this isn’t a remaster, and this isn’t official; it’s a fan trailer. That doesn’t take away from the excellent production values of this trailer.
Anyway, Aliens is still the peak of science fiction action/horror, and this trailer totally embodies that fact. It’s worth the watch.
Not to be confused with the ATF Fan Club, which is currently at 0 members and counting.
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A 60’s Batman animation, complete with Adam West and Burt Ward reprising their roles as Batman and Robin, respectively. Genius!
Shovel AKs and a Paddle Ball weapon – those two things alone are totally worth the price of admission. Everything else is just a bonus.
Nuka-World comes out August 30th.
I think all training films are only improved by the addition of traditional animation segments.
This is great stuff.
For those who don’t know, San Diego Comic-Con 2016 ended today, and with SDCC comes a lot of comic, gaming, and movie news. And with movie news, comes movie trailers, including this one for the upcoming Justice League movie.
The trailer already seems to portray a slightly more lighthearted feel than Batman v Superman, which is a bit jarring compared to the later film, but it looks like it could be pretty fun.
A live action Futurama? I’m sold; you can never have enough, even if it is a fan work.
I’ve really got to get a 3D printer…
Check out this footage from the remastered version of CoD 4, AKA the real reason Infinite Warfare is getting all its pre-orders.
BvS spoilers, but, yeah, Batman kills more than a few thugs in that movie. I just thought it was more than 20…
Coffee, coffee, coffee!
I appreciate ingenuity in the face of adversity, but all the same…