Month: October 2019

Death Stranding developer Kojima Productions has announced that the title is coming to PC some time next summer, and it’ll be published by 505 Games. Kojima Productions made the announcement via twitter, and currently there are no other details regarding any possible additional content or enhancements for the PC version. We’ll have our review of the PS4
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Refresh for latest…: This was a busy weekend at the international box office with the sophomore session of Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil seeing a 43% drop to lead studio pics at $64.3M in 100% of its offshore footprint. Behind the sorceress, Warner Bros/Village Roadshow/Bron Studios’ Joker continued its laugh-a-minute run to add $47.8M (just
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DC has released a first look at next month’s Batman: White Knight Presents Von Freeze #1, a special interlude issue in Sean Murphy’s  continuing White Knight saga. Illustrated by Klaus Janson and Matt Hollingsworth, the special tells the “tragic tale of White Knight’s Mister Freeze. On the night of Bruce Wayne’s traumatic birth, Victor Fries must intervene
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By Sherif Saed, Monday, 28 October 2019 09:26 GMT Diablo 4’s leaked artbook has given us a look at what appears to be a major character in the game’s story. The existence of Diablo 4 was recently confirmed thanks to an artbook leak. The book features art from all existing Diablo games, including a look
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On Friday afternoon, around one million people gathered in the streets of Santiago for a protest calling for widespread change and the resignation of President Sebastian Pinera. During the massive protest, thousands of people began singing “El derecho de vivir en paz” (“The Right to Live in Peace”) by Víctor Jara—an artist and political activist
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The Terminator franchise has worn its “I’ll be back” catchphrase thin by shoehorning it into every single movie. Undoubtedly one of the most iconic quotes in movie history, Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s “I’ll be back” is a gem of a line that even people who have never had the pleasure of watching a single Terminator movie are completely familiar with.
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Does quantum computing really exist? It’s fitting that for decades this field has been haunted by the fundamental uncertainty of whether it would, eventually, prove to be a wild goose chase. But Google has collapsed this nagging superposition with research not just demonstrating what’s called “quantum supremacy,” but more importantly showing that this also is
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Rather than go two weeks after Easter 2021 on April 16, Warner Bros. is moving up their Tim Story-directed Tom & Jerry movie to Christmas 2020, specifically Wednesday Dec. 23. Pic will go up against DreamWorks Animation/Universal’s The Croods 2. Then, on Christmas, comes Universal’s News of the World and an untitled Paramount/Skydance Media movie. Tom &
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I’ve been tearing my gadgets apart for as long as I can remember. Consoles, phones, printers, whatever — I’ve always needed to see what makes it all work. Sometimes they even work when I put them back together. As soon as Google announced that the new Pixel 4 had friggin’ radar built-in for detecting hand
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The series premiere of Watchmen from HBO and Damon Lindelof finally aired last week and followed Detective Angela Abar (Regina King) in an alternate future where vigilantes are outlawed and cops keep their identities hidden beneath masks. The show’s debut was a success, earning a “Certified Fresh” score on Rotten Tomatoes as well as a
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