San Diego Comic Con is the place to debut your new trailer whether you're a big Hollywood studio, video game developer, or TV channel. While a lot of the San Diego Comic Con trailers won't be released to the wider public until much later (check out our breakdown of the unreleased Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 trailer here), that's not always the case. We've put all the San Diego Comic Con trailers in one place (see: here) so you can gorge yourself on a buffet of hype and make sure you don't miss a thing. Justice League What the WHAT? We've also got our first - and rather unexpected - teaser for Justice League, which looks very funny. Sherlock - season 4The first teaser trailer for Sherlock season 4 has landed and it showcases a much darker detective than we're used to. Read more about it in our Sherlock at SDCC panel round-up. The Walking Dead - season 7 No, you won't have the identity of Negan's victim spoiled in the video, but you'll get a brief … [Read more...] about Watch all of San Diego Comic Con 2016’s trailers in one place
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The PlayStation Blog posted this week's lineup of games releasing for PlayStation systems, and it includes some heavy hitters in the form of new blockbusters, Western releases of Japanese games and old classics being ported for digital release. Shadow Of Mordor Season Pass Details The highlight of this week's releases is Monolith Productions' Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, releasing tomorrow for the PlayStation 4. PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until November to get their hands on this newest addition to the Lord of the Rings video game library. In the game, players take on the role of Talion, a former Ranger brought back from death by a vengeful wraith that now shares Talion's body. This open world game has Talion utilizing his new-found wraith powers to take revenge on Sauron's army of Uruk-hai one commander at a time. With pretty consistently favorable reviews, this might be a good one to pick up, especially for fans of the franchise. Project … [Read more...] about This Week On PlayStation: Shadow Of Mordor, Sherlock Holmes Headline This Week’s New Games On PS4, PS3, Vita
The fourth episode of Sleepy Hollow begins with Ichabod doing his best Tokyo Drift impersonation. Driving Abbie's car, he goes from 0 to 60 in a scant few seconds. It's a perfect metaphor for the show: you'll start at a rest, and then before you realize what's happening, you're going a thousand miles a minute, take you on a bunch of twists and turns, and then just stop. A rollercoaster, with little time to breathe and less time for a denouement. Sleepy Hollow NYCC Roundtable Interviews With Irving, Jenny And Reyes 'Go Where I Send Thee...', named after the Gospel song, is average level Sleepy Hollow. The week's episode, about a cursed family losing their daughter, is rife with, as Crane would call a 'Hobbesian' choice. There is a part of you that wants to see the show tip into darkness. However, the episode chooses the safe road: the monster of the week, the Pied Piper is dispatched in such a rote, dull manner that you're expecting the inevitable 'rise from the … [Read more...] about Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 4 ‘Go Where I Send Thee…’ Review: Hobbesian Dilemma And Tokyo Drifting
Ever heard of Charles Ezra Coopin, the last man executed for treason in the UK? Thought not. The wartime exploits of this Sussex schemer are little known outside of Brighton. Nazi-sympathising Coopin attempted to build an invasion bridge between Britain and France by stealthily extending the Palace Pier. His hamfistedness with a hammer and weakness for What the Butler Saw machines meant progress was slow, but by the time the plot was uncovered in May 1941, the retired music teacher had successfully lengthened the structure by over three yards. Churchill is said to have been deeply shaken by the affair.Coopin’s handiwork hasn’t made it into the Battle of Britain Development Group’s latest free update for Battle of Britain 2 but a plethora of other scenic subtleties have.Utilizing a Beachy Head of period maps and photos, BDG members PV, Stickman and Ben have spent the last two and a half years crimping coastlines, doctoring docks, and placing/emplacing AAA … [Read more...] about The Flare Path: Pier Review Proponent
Free games. When Sony asks you to lay down $50 for a PlayStation Plus subscription, it says a bunch of free games are part of the bargain. How many do you get? Are they good, current titles? Are they unknown indie experiments? Are they retreads living off an old reputation?Polygon is looking back on the year in free games with an in-depth series today picking apart both the dollar value of free games given out by PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live, and the critical score of each game on offer. First up is the first service to offer the incentive: PlayStation Plus, which in 2015 gave out 72 discrete titles — six per month — for three platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita.All told, a $50 PlayStation Plus subscription in 2015 returned $1,053.36 in games to a subscriber who had all three platforms. This monetary figure counts the same title on multiple platforms only once. (For example, a game on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 that costs $20 on each platform … [Read more...] about PlayStation Plus gave out $1,000 in free games in 2015. Were they any good?