HE-MAN and the Masters of the Universe is older than I am, but I still grew up catching some of his many bouts against the devilish Skeletor back in the day. During their 'Geek Week', Netflix released the first trailer for its up and coming He-Man animated series, titled Masters of the Universe: Revelation. The premiere is set to debut on the streamer on Friday, July 23, 2021.
Max Morales was a blast, and Demon Souls Remake was a spectacle, but PS5 owners have been chomping at the bits for a real meaty next-gen experience. That time has come as the sharp minds over at Insomniac Games are readying the latest entry into the popular Ratchet and Clank franchise. Rift Apart promises to take us to a place that a lombax had never been before, but does it take PS5 players to newer heights? Here's the review roundup:
YES!!! IT'S FINALLY JUNE! No, we are not all caps typing because of the many potentially great games are coming out this month, but June is traditionally known to gamers as our 'Christmas in Summer' due to the annual hosting of the Electronic Expo (otherwise known as E3). This year's staging is made even more special due to the fact it will be the first all-digital showing, as well as the fact that we missed out on the 2020 version thanks to Covid. Ok, ok, enough of the many new games to be announced and time to turn our attention to those we know are arriving this month. Here are the best games releasing this June:
If been reading this blog long enough, you may have realized I was a nineties kid and adored the classic Nickelodeon/Disney/Cartoon Network shows of that era. One of my favourite with a shadow of a doubt was Rugrats, as the diaper adventures of Tommy, Phil, Lil and Chuckie were a must-watch whenever it was tv. Hell, I even enjoyed the spin-off 'All Grown up'. So naturally, news of a modern reboot got me excited as well, scared of the likelihood it will be a disaster. No idea on that front yet, but here's a brand new trailer to give us an idea on where this is going:
This game is already a guaranteed multi-million sales success story for Capcom largely due to the massive hype that has already been generated long before launch. (And, for good reason.) After its stellar predecessor RE7, RE8/Village is set to crank everything up 11 when it comes to gameplay, presentation and story (and tall vampire women). RE Village is considered a potential Game of the Year contender so, does it end up living up to such lofty expectations? Here's the review roundup:
We have finally arrived at the month of May, and the games industry appears to be picking up pace after the initial slow start to the year. Despite the release of great games such as Monster Hunter Rise and Returnal, this year feels like it's missing that extra humph one would expect months into a new generation. But May brings with it a sense of optimism with a bevy of heavy hitters set to launch starting with the return of a beloved storied franchise.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.