To the surprise of many, Destiny feels strangely uninterested in its own story. There's a huge amount of lore hidden away in the Tower and Grimoire, but overall, the game doesn't really spend a whole lot of time explaining things to you. By the end of it, there are way more mysteries than there are answers.
Oh my god, Rocket's head, I'm dying. The above image is from an ongoing anime series in Japan called Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers and while it's not particularly good by most accounts, it will have the distinction of being the next show to featured the Guardians in animated form.
Well that didn't take long did it? It seems that Destiny's "level cap" of 20 can be reached well before the end of the story content. Luckily for those that want to stick with the game though, this isn't the end of your character's progression.
In this episode and alien seizes a child in the middle of a hallway, asks Deanna Troi, “What is this?” and then proceeds to offer the child candy, and everybody is okay with this. The exact scenario that your parents warn you about has just unfolded and it’s no big deal. Obviously the child is supervised, but nobody really knows what this alien intends. It’s a first contact. He might insist on stuffing the kid so full of candy that he dies. He may have worked up some kind of Willy Wonka nightmare treat using the replicator that will turn the kid into a blueberry. None of them knows! First contacts are always a little bit focused on certain points the writers with to make rather than believability.
It’s been less than 72 hours since Destiny's release and in true obsessive fan style, followers of the game are already finding ways to exploit Destiny to their cruel advantage through cheats and glitches.
The Teen Titans have a long history of comic book appearances, but if you're anything like me, you know them best from the 2003 TV series. That, or the recently revived incarnation of the show, which despite its comedy focus, is actually not bad. Now it seems the Titans might finally be making their way to live-action, with a pilot in the works at TNT.
Shigeru Miyamoto is taking a break from video games to try his hand at filmmaking. He'll be directing his first animated short, starring the Pikmin,and titled Pikmin Short Movie. Here's to hoping he's better at making movies than he is at naming movies.
Someone really wanted to challenge President Obama to a Pokemon battle. Earlier today, a man dressed in a Pikachu hat and shirt, and holding a stuffed Pokemon toy, jumped the White House fence and made a ru for it. He obviously didn't make it far before he was apprehended by Secret Service agents, although the White House went into a temporary lockdown anyways, just in case Team Rocket was lurking about.
When we say cult, we mean it: aside from attracting prime ratings on French television since its 2008 debut, Wakfu has an equally rabid fan following worldwide--earlier this year the kickstarter for an English debut surpassed its goal by some 600%, raking in nearly $500,000. The show follows the adventures of Yugo, a boy blessed with Portal-like teleportation powers in a world similar in look and feel to Ragnarok and Maple Story. It debuts on Netflix Sept. 14th, so the question is: to binge watch, or not to binge watch?
Super Smash Bros for the 3DS isn't out for another two days in Japan, but as always, a few people have managed to get their hands on copies of the game early. As it turns out, a lot of the characters that fans thought were left out in this version are actually in there, as secret unlockable characters.
What a bargain! If you're looking for a new console, and to spend around $13,700, you're probably a crazy person (but you're also in luck). A store in Dubai (of course) is now selling Xbox Ones and PS4s with a rose gold case crafted by Italian jeweler Gatti (they assure us he is renowned).
Will Ferrell has partnered with DonateGames.org for "Will Ferrell's SuperMegaBlastMax Gamer Challenge." The event will feature Ferrell livestreaming games on Twitch, while raising money for charity and children with cancer.
After bumping heads with Futurama and Family Guy, next month, the Simpsons will be meeting the Simpsons. On the upcoming "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween special, the longest running family on TV will meet their earliest incarnation: the Simpsons family from The Tracey Ullman Show.