The longing to play Pokemon X & Y has yet to subside, so I was l looking through the Internet seeing all the fun the lucky amongst us were having when I stumbled upon some more Pokemon art. deviantART user seiryuuden posted a great image of the three new starting Pokemon that just needs to be shared.
This past weekend saw the release of the two latest installments in the Pokemon game franchise with Pokemon X & Y. While many lucky gamers spent their weekend starting their new adventure to catch them all, I was not so lucky. To settle my sadness I looked over the Internet for great Pokemon fan art, so today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day features Arkeis and his work of the three new starting Pokemon.
As many of you may know, Mark Hamill will not be returning to voice the Joker in the upcoming Arkham Origins video game. Troy Baker will be stepping in to give life to Joker and fans were given a taste of his talents as he read lines from The Killing Joke during a panel. Voice talent fans, Arkham series fans, and Batman fans in general will not want to miss this.
Just watch the trailer. There’ll be more after the jump too.
Tomb Raider is getting the minimates treatment, and Diamond Select Toys sent over a gallery of images for the 12 figure set, that you can check out, after the jump.
There are few things everyone can agree on. Welsh corgis are cute, black licorice tastes weird (even if you like it), and the Ninja Turtles are awesome. Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo and Raphael have been kicking robot, ninja, mutant and alien butt for the better part of three decades. This, however, puts a lot of pressure on a Ninja Turtles video game. Especially considering that the TMNT franchise has spawned a dozen games, many of which are very highly regarded.
Does Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows for Xbox Live Arcade stand its ground? Or does it fail to be totally radical?
I love it when fans take their favorite properties and make real life videos out of them. I also like the jumping antics of those that do the parkour. Here is both of those areas of interest combined into a rollicking video.
Activision has released an interesting new behind the scenes trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts, this years installment in the franchise. The game itself releases November 5th, but you can see the trailer right now.
The popular LEGO videogame franchise has given minifig makeovers to everyone from The Joker to Jar Jar Binks, but the series’ latest plastic plaything may be its most fan-pleasing yet. On top of sporting a brimming slate of spandex-clad day-savers and cackling evil-doers, LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes adds comic book legend Stan Lee to its caped and cowled cast.
Rockstar has released the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto 5. The game releases for current gen consoles PS3 and X-Box 360 on September 17. Until then, let the trailer tide you over.
Nintendo announced a new product today, the Nintendo 2DS. A new addition to the Nintendo 3DS line, the 2DS will be able to play all of the games available to the 3DS with the same online capability without the use of the 3D function. This allows Nintendo to set the initial price-tag of the 2DS at $129.99, making it a bit more affordable than its fully three dimensional counterpart. The system will launch on Oct 12, just in time for the next generation of the Pokemon franchise, Pokemon X and Pokemon Y, to come out week later. Check out the announcement trailer below.
That’s not all from Nintendo as they have a large number of announcements, including a drop in price on the Wii U, which you can see on the Press Release after the jump.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows launched today on both X-Box 360 and PC. Activision has released a launch trailer celebrating that fact and it looks rather awesome.
The game follows the story form the current television series, though with a look all its own. It comes out for PS3 the 25th of September and we will be bringing you a review sometime soon.