The final X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer is intensity incarnate.
Time to dust off the Vita.
X-Men: Days of Future Past | Opening Battle Clip
Nightwing Dies, but Dick Grayson lives!
Breaking news everyone! According to an inside source at DC, (I read an article on CBR,) Dick Grayson lives! The aforementioned Grayson title is not just a rumor, but in fact, fact! Come July, Grayson #1 will debut, written by Tim Seely (Revival) and Tom King, with art from Mikel Janin. Dick Grayon will go undercover for spy agency Spyral, part of Batman Incorporated. Also revealed that a new costume will be blue and black, harkening back to his Pre-New 52 outfit, aka my favorite.
Convoluted, sure. But if it means my favorite DC character stays alive for a bit longer, I’m game. I supposed this nearly concluded what I’ve been calling The Nightwing Conspiracy. Since Forever Evil #1, I’ve been convinced Dick was going to die. Given DC’s run of bad mistakes lately, this would seem likely. However, it appears I was wrong, and for once I’m glad.
Forever Evil #7 and the Nightwing finale arrive next month, with Grayson starting in July.
Transistor, the next game from indie super giant Supergiant Games, officially has a release date of May 20th for PS4 and PC.
Nintendo, always ahead of the game.
Fans of the Civilization series on the PC have known for years what the basic premise is: you start off as a fledgling civilization that mirrors a real-life civilization and grow it over the ages using expansion, diplomacy, and maybe some warfare. Well, we’re getting a new Civilization that seems to follow the path of his predecessors. Looks like you’ll still be able to take a new civ from cradle to grave.
You just won’t be able to do it on Earth.
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So with Doc Ock’s run as the “Superior” Spider-Man almost up I think it’s time I weigh in.
On April 26th, Fuel Entertainment, Xbox Entertainment Studios and Lightbox will be excavating the burial site of the “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” Atari game and everyone is invited! Finally, we will know if Atari really did bury millions of the unsold “E.T.” cartridges in Alamogordo, New Mexico, in 1983. Director Zak Penn will be documenting the dig and even Howard Scott Warshaw (“E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’s” video game designer) will be in attendance.
Wouldn’t it be sad, though, if after all this time, the site is empty? I bet Darrin wishes he could do some burying.