We got all of the announcements from the big Marvel event earlier that went down earlier week, but what didn't arrive online were the two new videos they showed. Luckily for us (albeit probably frustrating for Marvel), both of them were discretely filmed and leaked online. The first one, a teaser for Avengers: Infinity War, hit the web yesterday, and now we've got a pretty decent look at the second: a full scene from Age of Ultron that succinctly sets the stage for Civil War.
Sad endings in games can be really tricky. After all, you as the player are the protagonist, so it's natural to want everything to go right for your character. Because of that, for a long time, games tended to stay clear of overtly depressing endings, for fear of alienating players who were invested in seeing their characters win in the end. Some games however, despite how happy their ending seemed, were actually hiding some pretty depressing stories.
The Adventures of Phoebe McGee continue as we spend a lot of time talking to an old woman, witnessing a bird fight, and possibly hurdling off a cliff to our doom. Suddenly the ominous ocean doesn't seem so bad.
Google Glass is no longer welcome at the cinema, as least according to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO). Why? Piracy, which actually makes a lot of sense.
Yesterday, Marvel broke the internet when they announced all of their films from now up to 2019. Nine films were presented, including newbies like Doctor Strange and Black Panther, and the ridiculously exciting prospect of Avengers: Infinity War, a movie that will presumably be so packed with awesome, it needs to be split into two parts.
Activision has revealed what the first full-on Destiny expansion will bring. It's called The Dark Below, and will include new story missions involving the Hive, a higher level cap, and of course, more gear to collect.
Wipe up those tears for all of the Netflix titles we're losing next month, because 50 new movies and TV shows are moving in to replace them. There are some really great ones too including Edge of Tomorrow (it's really, really good people, please give it the audience it missed in theaters), 22 Jump Street, and a few other big 2014 releases like The Giver and Expendables 3.
The cast of Terminator Genisys was revealed on the cover of Entertainment Weekly today, and it's pretty much what you'd expect (a lot of guns and steely expressions). But holy crap, a big piece of the plot was revealed in the issue itself, and it might just be the craziest bit of nonsense you read all day.
Yesterday was a massive day for Marvel news, but we've got two more video clips this morning to finish things off. First up is the Infinity War teaser that Marvel showed at yesterday's press conference. Aside from Thanos and his new accessory, it has no new footage, but it is really cool.