After many months without much news, Ubisoft’s anticipated Fall video game release “Ghost Recon Wildlands” has resurfaced today with a new trailer and new details on the versions that will be available.

Set in an open-world, the game can be played in both single-player or up to four-player co-op and has you setting out to cripple the Santa Blanca cartel’s operation and the cruelty of the ruthless leader El Sueno. Players will have ‘total freedom of choice’ to complete missions and the game world will reacts to their actions.

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While the live-action Marvel films have gone with Peter Parker for a third time starting with this month’s “Captain America: Civil War,” it looks like the upcoming untitled animated “Spider-Man” movie at Sony Pictures is taking a different approach.

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DARKSOUL_facebook_miniAs I have shown before, I am a fan of the work of FromSoftware. I wrote up the last entry of theirs a little while back, and now that the final installment of the Dark Souls series has been loosed into the wild, I figured I would take a short break from my time engrossed in it to give you all a little review. The Dark Souls series first hit systems back in 2011, and there have been a number of challenging and entertaining entries since then. Rather than run through the history of things, let’s look at the latest and final entry.

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So you’ve seen those lovely people at the cons dressed as your favorite character. You’ve admired their craftsmanship. You’ve even asked for a photo with them. Then you told yourself that at that next con, you’re totally going to make that Halo/Spider-Man/Thrall costume you’ve always wanted to do.

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It has been a long wait, but finally the first trailer and poster have hit for the film adaptation of the “Assassin’s Creed” video game franchise. A true teaser, the clip sets up the basic premise and then just runs with some gorgeous visuals albeit with an odd music choice.

Michael Fassbender stars in the film as Desmond Miles, a man who was to be executed who is instead put into the animus – a system that allows him to access the genetic memories of his ancestor – an assassin during the time of the Spanish Inquisition. The film opens in December.

The ’80s classic returns to defend the universe against evil with the help of five intrepid kids. All episodes June 10, only on Netflix.

PanelCastIconNewIn this episode Anthony reviews Captain America: Civil War!!!!

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IECBClogoWe meet once a month to discuss comic books past, present, and future. Come with your ideas and geekyness. Feel free to bring snacks or drinks.

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20th Century Fox has tapped into an entirely new superhero universe. The studio has acquired Irredeemable, a Boom! Comics comic book that will be adapted by Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters writer-director Tommy Wirkola as a directing vehicle for Adam McKay. McKay, who with Charles Randolph just won the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for The Big Short, is a big comic book fan who co-wrote Marvel’s Ant-Man and wrote with Paul Rudd the story for the sequel. Now, McKay has a fresh hero universe, this one the kind of edgy terrain that Deadpool tapped into. Boom! Studios’ Ross Richie and Stephen Christy are producing with Gary Sanchez’s McKay and Kevin Messick. Adam Yoelin is co-producer for BOOM! Continue reading

A week ahead of its release next Friday, Bethesda Softworks and Id Software have revealed the launch trailer for their upcoming reboot of the “DOOM” franchise with the game’s signature carnage, mayhem, and gore intact.

There’s no cover or stopping to regenerate health in the game’s campaign mode. You play a marine who wakes to learn that the Union Aerospace Corporation’s facility on Mars has been decimated and overrun by hordes of demons. Humanity’s survival rests in your hands. “DOOM” comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 13th.

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