While it isn’t perfect, The Grace Kelly Collection does deliver on quality. The packaging and how they honored Kelly’s memory is quite obvious once you take a look inside the DVD set. Warner Home Video did a great job with this collection. Hope the same trend continues with future collections.
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Activision releases photos of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Collector's Edition
Good looking stuff. Check out the photos below and enjoy anticipating November.
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What Dreams May Come
If you are looking for a film that delivers a strong message towards the consequences of man's wickedness, or simply want to see the classic tale of Noah in its High Definition glory; don't hesitate to pick this Blu-ray up today!
NOAH gets an infographic, plus companion app
Definitely an interesting film. Our review is coming tomorrow. Until then, enjoy the infographic below, as well as the companion app for the film.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution gets news screens
Some new goodies for the Naruto fans out there. Enjoy the new screens and official details below.
BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. today released new assets for NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™: Ultimate Ninja® STORM REVOLUTION, available on September 16, 2014 for the Xbox 360, games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, and STEAM for PC. The new assets highlight Sakura Haruno and Kakashi Hatake, two members of the legendary Team 7, who have reunited during the tragic events of the Fourth Great Ninja War.
Sakura appears in her Hundred Strengths Jutsu form, allowing her to gather immense amounts of chakra energy and summon the mighty Katsuyu for support, much like her mentor, Tsunade. Kakashi also joins the ever expanding cast of characters with his Fourth Great Ninja War ver. His mastery of over 1000 Jutsus will be a big help for the Ninja Alliance during these troubling times.
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM REVOLUTION combines stunning anime visuals and fluid 3D ninja fighting action once more for the largest and most explosive Ultimate Ninja STORM game yet! NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM REVOLUTION features brand new gameplay mechanics including devastating Combination Ultimate Jutsu attacks, allowing characters to combine their honed powers to create powerful techniques to bring opponents to their knees. With a roster reaching 100 playable characters spanning the entire NARUTO and NARUTO SHIPPUDEN anime arcs, there are sure to be characters that fit everyone’s play style.
S.H.I.E.L.D. gets its gag reel on
In anticipation of the September 9th release of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we get a gag reel. September should be a great month for Marvel with Winter Soldier and this releasing on the same day. Anyway, enjoy the humor goodness below.
I'll stop just short of saying "Siesta Fiesta" is a must-own for any Nintendo 3DS user, if only because there are "gamers" for whom this type of game (best suited to be picked up and played in short bursts rather than extensive sit-downs) will probably never deliver a satisfactory time. Still, at the price of a typical value meal at McDonald's, "Siesta Fiesta" provides 64 levels of unadulterated brick-breaking action accentuated by platforming and puzzle elements that comes together to deliver a truly innovative adventure. For those who take the low-risk gamble, I imagine it'll be in the play rotation for most (if not all) for the immediate future.
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Oh no, Goro!
Perhaps "Ninja Gaiden" is too easy a comparison to make because it, like "Wooden Sen'Sey", stars a ninja character. Goro's got spunk, though, which translates through his comedic willingness to press onward despite repeated slaughterings by my under-practiced hands. Like the famous NES title, "Wooden Sen'Sey" packs a punch in the difficulty department (though nowhere near as distressing) that might unsettle some players. And, at times, there's a sense that the developers are trying to toy with the player rather than reward them for skill mastery. Still, "Wooden Sen'Sey" is cheap, good-spirited and chuckle-inducing. It's a charming addition to the Wii U eShop that lays the groundwork for an even more ground-breaking sequel (please?)
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At the end of the day, if you’re a fan of the Tolkien novels and want a less Peter Jackson approach to the Tolkien tales, this might suit your fancy just a bit. It’s not at all perfect, in fact the story is a bit of a mess, but like anything you probably at least want to give it a go once.