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If you think the dialogue is cliched, check out Hans Zimmer's trope-tastic sound desi... er, I mean score:
Desert = wailing woman.
This item was edited on Friday, 23rd July 2021, 22:06
Robee J Shepherd says...
"and being limited to Steam games makes me a bit of a sad panda"
It comes with SteamOS but you can install whatever you like on it, including Windows. It really is more of a handheld PC, rather than a console.
Assuming you'll be able to get one:
No interest in handheld gaming whatsoever. I always thought the only reason people bought the Switch was because that's the only way to play Nintendo games these days. But I guess there is a market for handhelds after all.
The specs seem pretty similar to other devices like the crowdfunded AYANEO. I've seen some people suggesting that this could be capable of running a Switch emulator, which might be interesting.
I wonder how well the weaker memory in the 64GB model will handle complex PC games.
"I am just wondering will this film
appear in other cable channels?"
It's a TV show, and in the US it will only be available on Hulu.
Internationally (such as in the UK) it will be available through Disney+
It might be released on DVD/Bluray at some point, but don't hold your breath.
First season was... okay, I guess. It had its moments but suffered from a messy structure.
Second season looks kinda nice, though.
Judging by the set pics they have upgraded the Nilfgaardian scrotum armour to something a bit more fitting.
Three reasons not to watch this:
1. I don't think "DJ Snake India" is a reputable distributor of Hollywood movies (this is piracy)
2. 240p resolution like wtf year is this?
3. It's the movie Rat Race
Marketing for Amazon's lavish adaptation of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series of high fantasy novels is starting to kick into gear. They have released the first snippet in the form of this "promo". It is really just the logo reveal, but it at least confirms that they intend to release it some time this year.
A proper trailer will probably follow in the coming weeks/months.
The first season will be 6 episodes and the second season is already in pre-production.
Anybody familiar with the novels? I know nothing except the brief synopsis on the wikipedia page. It sounds considerably grander in scope than Game of Thrones.
This item was edited on Tuesday, 29th June 2021, 22:12
That's... the same trailer lol
As for watching the show, you can always just wait for it to finish and then sign up to the free 7 day trial to binge the whole thing in a week. Then cancel before they charge you.
Season 1 will have 10 episodes and will end on November 12th.
Peter Jackson’s ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Six-Hour Doc Set For Three-Day Thanksgiving Debut On Disney+
Director Peter Jackson’s long-in-the-making Beatles documentary will debut in three two-hour episodes over three days – November 25, 26 and 27 – exclusively on Disney+.
Pure garbage, just a big rip-off of Assassin's Creed. It even has an "Apple of Eden"-like macguffin.
No surprise this went straight to a digital release.
And now some highlights from the Microsoft show:
Outer Worlds video is worth watching even if you have no interest in the game.
This item was edited on Sunday, 13th June 2021, 18:33
A few highlights from the last few shows (Summer Game Fest, Ubisoft and Devolver):
Really hoping for some STALKER 2 gameplay at the MS show tomorrow.
Andy c says...
"2142 and they are still using standard rifles, machine guns, fossil fuel burning helicopters and tank models from the recent past and present. I was hoping for something a bit more advanced or futuristic."
It is 2042 not 2142, so only 20 years into the future. After the terrible reception that COD: Infinite Warfare got, I can see why they wouldn't go too futuristic with this one.
Also nice to see them trying to appeal to their core audience, rather than calling us uneducated morons like they did with BFV. The reference to the legendary "Rendezook" clip in the trailer brought a huge smile to my face. For those who don't remember:
Battlefield 2042 cinematic trailer
Gameplay reveal coming on the 13th, possibly part of the Microsoft briefing.
Actually kind of excited for this one.
After taking a break due to the pandemic last year, E3 is back on again in 2021 with an all-digital platform. No longer shackled to US Pacific timezone, the conferences can now take place at more globally friendly times instead of the middle of the night.
Here is a summary of the key dates/times to look out for:
Wednesday June 9th
Battlefield15:00 | Twitch
Although there have been many leaks and teasers, this will be the first official look at the next Battlefield game. It is rumoured to feature a near-future setting with enormous maps that dwarf anything seen in a BF game to date.
Thursday June 10th
Summer Game Fest19:00 | Twitch
Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest is back with a big event on June 10, which will include news, "announcements, and updates" from over 30 game publishers, such as Activision, Epic Games, PlayStation, and Xbox. It will also include a special performance by the band, Weezer (who are apparently still a thing).
Elden Ring might finally make an appearance. Git hyped!
Friday June 11th
Koch Primetime20:00 | Twitch (currently broadcasting a live teaser, actual conference may appear on another channel)
No idea, but it was confirmed that there will be nothing for Dead Island 2, Saints Row, Metro or TimeSplitters.
So idk lol.
Saturday June 12th
Ubisoft Forward20:00 | Twitch
Far Cry 6 will be the main focus this year.
The following titles may also be featured:
Beyond Good and Evil 2
Assassin's Creed VR
Splinter Cell VR
Devolver Digital21:30 | Twitch
Usually one of the comedic highlights of E3. No idea what will be shown, except that they have recently been hinting towards a Hotline Miami 3.
GearboxTBA | Twitch
No idea what they will show, possibly the rumoured Borderlands spin-off leaked by Take-Two (see below).
Sunday June 13th
Microsoft (+ Bethesda)18:00 | Twitch
Usually one of the biggest shows of the event, this will be a packed show with lots of reveals and showcases. Among them, I would expect:
State of Decay 3
And a lot more... (but probably not Elder Scrolls VI)
Square Enix20:15 | Twitch
Guardians of the Galaxy
Black Panther expansion for Marvel's Avengers
Life is Strange: True Colors
Life is Strange: Remastered Collection
Warner BrosTBA | Twitch
Back 4 Blood will be the big focus but this may also feature:
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
PC Gaming ShowTBA | Twitch
The annual cringe-fest presented by PC Gamer. Expect reveals for a million indie titles, mostly comprising walking simulators, survival sandbox/resource gathering games, battle royale clones, pixel/voxel art games, and pretty much any other niche you can think of.
Future Games Show00:00 (June 14th in BST) | Twitch
Presented by Nolan North and Laura Bailey ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
More of the above, but not specific to PC gaming.
Expect a lot of indies.
Monday June 14th
CapcomTBA | Twitch
Things that may or may not appear:
RE Village DLC
Resident Evil 4 Remake
Dragon's Dogma 2
Street Fighter VI
Pragmata (mysterious new IP which was delayed until 2023, but it could be teased)
Take-Two InteractiveTBA | Twitch (not sure yet, possibly just the E3 channel)
Leaked titles include:
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands - a Borderlands spin-off featuring Tiny Tina
Codename VOLT - mysterious new action game described "Cthulhu meets Saints Row"
Codename CODA - new turn-based Marvel action game from Firaxis (described as XCOM with Marvel heroes)
NBA2K22 - aka another re-badged casino masquerading as a basketball game
Tuesday June 15th
Nintendo Direct17:00 | Twitch
Billed as "exclusively on Nintendo Switch software", so probably no details on the new Switch.
Maybe they will show Breath of the Wild 2 and Metroid Prime 4.
Bandai NamcoTBA | Twitch
Wednesday June 16th
Steam Next Fest
A six-day event featuring hundreds of playable demos for upcoming games on Steam.
This item was edited on Monday, 7th June 2021, 00:11
I was sort of somewhat kinda vaguely interested in maybe giving it a look.
Then I heard James Corden's voice...
Some 9 years after it was first announced, last week production finally commenced on the third Hanks/Spielberg-produced WWII mini-series Masters Of The Air.
Based on the book Masters of the Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought The Air War Against Nazi Germany by Donald L. Miller, the series charts the actions of the Eighth Air Force of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.
Unlike Band Of Brothers and The Pacific (which both aired on HBO), Masters Of The Air will be shown on AppleTV+. Reports suggest a total budget around $200-250 million.
Director of the first three episodes Cary Fukunaga (True Detective Season 1, 007: No Time To Die) took to instagram to celebrate finishing the first week of filming:
Darude - Sandstorm
I watched this back in November. It's okay, nothing special. I was expecting them to make more of the video game angle given the title.
Gibson's only in about four or five scenes, but that's still a lot more than Michelle "why am I even in this movie" Yeoh.
Pretty funny seeing rich people getting BTFO.
Even funnier to see right and left uniting against them.
Distributed by The Daily Wire lol
So I'm guessing this is some right-wing "good guy with a gun saves the day" propaganda.
Not even worth a yarr.