Are you a fan of 1990s Disney cartoons? Do you remember when Disney decided to turn some of their minor characters into the stars of their own tv shows and games? Did you enjoy those shows and games? Well if the answer is yes then you are in luck because Capcom has announced that they will be releasing a collection of 1990s Disney games called the Disney Afternoon Collection.
I can hear people turning their heads at the sheer mention of Kingdom Hearts. No, its not the sequel we’ve been waiting for since watching the credits roll after the excellent Kingdom Hearts 2. However, Kingdom Hearts 2.8 is bringing one of the better handheld titles, Dream Drop Distance originally on the 3DS, to the PS4. Oh, and there is a mini episode as well that centers around Aqua and h...[Read More]
Surprised? Me neither, but good news besides. With a lot of funding riding on the upcoming Final Fantasy XV this September, Square Enix had to make some ground in other ways. Out of all the development teams out there, Square Enix has effectively capitalized on the mobile gaming market, albeit their software is usually a bit too expensive. Just last month, a new entry into the long running and bel...[Read More]
Yesterday (March 29th), the newest trailer for Disney’s Alice Through The Looking Glass made its premiere on Facebook. (Check out the trailer here!) I have to say, I really enjoyed how visually stunning the first one was, but it looks like Tim Burton stepped up his game some how. (But then again, when doesn’t he?) Also, can we talk about how wonderful P!NK’s rendition of White Ra...[Read More]
Harmonix returns to the music genre this week with Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved, a fresh take on their trademark focus. Bringing recognizable Disney characters together with tracks both classic and contemporary (and everything in between) presents players with a multitude of interesting observations to engage and delight. Design The main draw here is color in every range and shade. Every level i...[Read More]
Though none of you commented indicating you submitted an email, a winner has been chosen and notified. Thanks for playing! Do you have kids? Do you want your kids to grow up TOTALLY AWESOME with a healthy, cool, and not at all socially stigmatic love for comic books? Well, you’re in luck! This week, one lucky winner will get a full year’s subscription to Marvel’s new childrens...[Read More]
It’s like as though a bag of Skittles jumped into a can of Amp and had some Pixy Stix stirred into it and was then thrown into your eyes with a neon covered catapult. In other words, eye candy.
Oh, its epic something alright…
Birth By Sleep manages to tie together confusing story threads while also providing a fully-fledged, deeper combat system with production values that match the first two PS2 titles.
No, not Iron Man. That’s Tony Stark. He’s the robot guy. This is the karate guy.
Wall-E. Pixar took us to ground level & beyond with A Bug’s Life. They took us to the depths of the ocean with Finding Nemo. And now we venture into space with one of the most loveable characters ever created.