Sunday, December 4, 2016
In case you haven't caught on the news, Sony is celebrating 22 years of Sony Playstation and is once again holding their annual "Playstation Experience" event, where everything and ANYTHING gaming in Playstation is showcased and revealed in a gathering made for the players! Some of the highlights can be seen at Sony's Playstation channel in YouTube (as well as the LiveStream), but you can feast your eyes at some of the reveals that came up with the PSX '16 Keynote!
Saturday, December 3, 2016
With this year's PlayStation Experience coming up in just mere hours, it's time to remember and celebrate the official release of the one and only original PlayStation in Japan! On this day on December 3, 1994, Sony unleashed the PSX to the gaming world - bringing a new kind of brand to the console generation and becoming the first of many other platforms to come under Sony Computer Entertainment!
To celebrate 22 years is no easy feat... And here's an old tribute video from YouTube to remember the classics!
Friday, December 2, 2016
Thursday, December 1, 2016
HOLY COMEBACKS BATMAN! In what will certainly make fans of the Batman movies as well as Lando Calrissian of Star Wars fame happy, actor Billy Dee Williams has revealed that he will be voicing the villainous "Two-Face" in next year's "The Lego Batman Movie", as confirmed by director Chris McKay on his Twitter. Those who remember Tim Burton's epic 1989 Batman movie will know that Williams portrayed District Attorney Harvey Dent - the charming and steadfast lawyer who fought on the side of the law to protect Gotham City's streets from crime. Sadly the actor was replaced by Tommy Lee Jones in "Batman Forever" when director Joel Schumacher took over for Burton and continued his film universe. Now it appears that justice has been done, and Williams will get the opportunity to play Harvey's "bad side" and half-scarred visage when The Lego Batman movie hits theaters!
The Lego Batman Movie hits theaters on February 10, 2017!
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
As one of the most recognizable voice actors to those who grew up with recent Batman related media, American stage and voice actor Kevin Conroy has been known collectively as the definite "Voice of Batman"... And today marks the man's 61st birthday! Beginning with 1992's "Batman: The Animated Series", Conroy's method of giving Bruce Wayne and Batman two distinct voices was critically acclaimed.
He went on to reprise the role for "The New Batman Adventures" and "Justice League" for the DC Animated Universe, and then lent his skills for the Caped Crusader in other mediums - including Rocksteady Studios' epic "Batman Arkham Trilogy" of games and most recently in the controversial DC Universe Animated Original Movie adaptation of "Batman: The Killing Joke" - where he reunited with his BTAS co-star and voice of The Joker himself, Mark Hamill!
Conroy will return once again to voice Batman in this December's "Justice League Action" series, which will debut in Cartoon Network.
All we can say is, Happy Birthday Batman!
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
In case you didn't realize it... DC ON THE CW'S BIG "HEROES V ALIENS" CROSSOVER IS FINALLY HERE, and DC All Access is commemorating the big EPIC superhero week by spotlighting the four part storyline that'll happen between Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow!
Courtesy of DC Entertainment, here's the video giving the skinny on what to expect on the crossover!
Catch "Heroes v Aliens" this week at your respective channels and schedules!
Monday, November 28, 2016
After a DECADE of waiting since it underwent a LOT of changes and delays over the course of its development history, Square Enix is about to officially launch the latest chapter of its long running Final Fantasy series to the public with "Final Fantasy XV" for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Reviews for the game are already out, with TIME and Kotaku giving GOOD REVIEWS for the game already just before it hits the streets.
According to Bleeding Cool and Dualshockers, the game will require a WHOPPING 50GB of data for installation, so best prepare your storage space if you get the game. Plus, there's an update called "Crown" with about less than 10GB of data that will install tweaks and patches for the game upon launch.
Final Fantasy XV hits PS4 and Xbox One tomorrow.