As a child of the 90s, Legos were always an essential toy, which made using them in middle school technology classes all the more cooler (TOYS CAN BE USED TO LEARN?! WHAT?!!).
Legos never really died, it is an eternal toy so it wasn’t much of a surprise when it made its way into mainstream society with their Bionicle series becoming its own movie series which lead to their more popular movie series of Star Wars and superheroes. This brought then brought about the question, which most men, after a few drinks, ask about any toy they played with when they were kids, “Dude when are they gonna make a Lego big screen movie. That would rule!” Well you consider your incoherent wishes granted, they Lego Movie has arrived and it is nothing that you expected (which is more good than bad). Continue reading Movie Review- The Lego Movie→
Picked up the latest Thief game for the Xbox One! I’m looking forward to plenty of skulduggery and looting in the shadows in this! But first, we need to actually get the box open, which apparently my knife has a difficult time handling due to a chipped tip.
Alas, since I only ordered the standard edition of the game, there’s not a whole heck of a lot going on inside the box. Definitely not as much as the GTA:V Unboxing!
It’s that time of year again! This will be my 6th year participating in the St. Baldrick’s Shave-a-thon to help raise money for Childhood Research! Every year is a great time with great people, and lots of freshly shiny domes! Give the link a click and if you have anything you can spare, even a simple dollar, it is greatly appreciated!
Disclaimer: I realize I don’t have much hair to shave, but we like to play it off as, “Anthony will go first so the clippers won’t get dulled immediately!”
In the video, Seth is my little cousin down in AZ. Yes, this vid is several years old and this is for the Ronald McDonald House, but it’s importance still rings true.
Back in June of 2013, I did a TAO review of Dying Light’s “Run Boy Run” trailer. The basic gist from that trailer was that we were going to be getting a new Zombie survival game on next gen that was going to have plenty of parkour, was going to take place in an abandoned resort town, and we would be competing against other humans for survival. We’ve been given an additional gameplay trailer, that demonstrated a few more of the mechanics in depth, and that it’s definitely more of a survival game rather than a co-op or multiplayer competition. Still, not much has come out about the game in regards to actual storyline or purpose.
Ranters! It is the week of February 10th, 2014. For SportsRants Gaming, I am Anthony Rossi from the Coffee and Cornchips gaming blog with the C3 WiR(e), a week in review recap of the gaming world. This week’s headlines include:
Watch_Dogs gives fans a scare
Nevermind to increase it’s difficulty with your heart rate
Murdered: Soul Suspect to come to both Xbox One and PS4
Ouya to receive an “Achievement System”
New Sonic game coming to the Wii U and 3DS
Assassin’s Creed DLC Freedom Cry to be available as a Stand Alone game
It’s been awhile now since Child of Light was first announced by Ubisoft, and recently we received some fantastic news and a couple of new trailers! A good amount is already known for this game, such as the protagonist and her little orb companion, the beautiful water colors, and the side-scrolling format. For this purpose of this post, we’ll be doing a quick breakdown the “Feature Trailer – Child Of Light”.
The Superbowl was this weekend which is an exciting time for three types of people: Football enthusiast who may or may not have had their team make the game, Non-football enthusiast who could care less about the game but are super pumped for the awesome, hilarious, or inspiring commercials during the game, or (like me) the avid movie watcher who get a massive amount of ants in their pants to see exclusive trailers to upcoming movies.
This year we saw four trailers stood out to me (only because that is what I remember and cared to watch) and I want to take a moment looking at each, analyzing what we were shown, and my predictions for the movie. Continue reading Trailers, Trailers And More!→
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