If you grew up watching a lot (and I mean...A LOT) of Disney/Pixar animated films, you would take away many life lessons the films often display. One, in particular, is that life itself is unpredictable, ironically a lesson that Pixar themselves had to face themselves this year thanks to COVID-19 and the uncertainty over the release of their latest film SOUL. Until this yesterday evening that is, as Disney has decided on a final release date of December 25th, and celebrated with a new trailer.
If you are a gamer and also spent every waking minute of yesterday glued to a screen during Transfer Deadline Day, it's highly likely that you are also a FIFA game fan. Yes, the annual start of the footy season means the launch of the latest game in the series is upon us. So, is this year's edition something to celebrate like a last-minute winning goal? Or burst our bubble like the eventual VAR ruling that takes away the goal for a pinky toe being offsides? Here's the review roundup:
Ably titled 'It's About Time' the fourth game in the Crash Bandicoot series had been a long time coming. This time Neo Cortex and N. Tropy are back at it again and launching an all-out assault on not just this universe, but the entire multiverse! All sounds good, but was this fourth entry worth the wait? Or was it a waste of time? Here's the review roundup:
The sheer popularity of the Super Smash Brothers series has conjured up some rather oddball meme character reveals throughout the years. From Goku to Wolverine, from Sora to Geno, we have seen it all, but Minecraft's Steve was the most memed character of them all down to how completely bonkers of an idea it is. Well, my fellow smashers...it is now a reality:
First of all, if you were searching for our September 2020 list and drawing up blanks I apologies as I took a few weeks off from blogging due to a little burnout. Maybe it was faith as the surprise drop of the 3D Super Mario Collection, and the excellent Hades would render it obsolete. Now, we move on to October, which also means just one last month of current-gen gaming before the arrival of the Next-Gen twins. Luckily, there are some great titles slated for release this month to past the time:
This past weekend was the annual hosting of the Tokyo Game Show (albeit an online version), and while it was a little too light on new game announcements for my liking, we did get a surprise announcement of a new CG Resident Evil series coming to Netflix. Titled Resident Evil Infinite Darkness, the show will feature series favourites Leon S Kennedy and Claire Redfield as its lead characters.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.