At least according to its first season, stoner meat head lazy comedian Seth Rogen did a great job at not doing a great job of adapting the comic Preacher for TV. Not content ruining just one comic property (I’m doubling down here folks, I actually don’t really care this much), Rogen has turned his sights on another. Robert Kirkman’s Invincible.
Telltale Games! They’ve announced a new CEO, and that they’re working on an original property. Bomb.com.
Seems like a lifetime ago that Frank Darabont was the happy showrunner of The Walking Dead. First his ass was fired. Now it appears said buttocks was canned in order to screw him out of royalties. Ah, show business!
There’s a new Borderlands game coming! You’d imagine me covered in my own fluids, sad dinky pointing towards the sky, screaming in glory! Well…Well…I’m actually a bit ambivalent.
Two universes collide in this week’s Walking Dead 2min Redux!!! Rick and the Govna meet in a battle royale of who can capture the most smoldering intensity in a single scene. Our two favorite sweaty hairy egos match wits at the negotiating table, in a last ditch effort to avoid the carnage of total war. What’s it gonna be? Will cooler heads prevail? Find out plus more after the jump!!!
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Howdy ho survivors! It’s time to saddle up for another Walking Dead 2min Redux! This week is a curb-stomping good time, as Andrea goes full on Pocahontas in her quest for peace and goodwill. But are her diplomatic skills enough to prevent all out total war? Find out, as we soldier on through another jaw-dropping episode after the jump.
Uh oh. Here we go again. Time for another Walking Dead 2min Redux. Another chapter of the slow moving train wreck has passed, and we must celebrate it’s release with ritualistic satire. So join me, as we emerge ourselves in splashing wet entrails of the infected, on our spiraling journey of a true sadistic television experience. Ahoy!
Whooooweeee. Saddle up partna! It’s that time of the year again. Time for a good ol’ fashioned Walking Dead 2min Redux. Rick and the boys are back at it, smashing skulls and over acting. So put on your shitkickers, and let’s get fifthly in this bitch.
It’s no surprise that most of my favoured games this year are download-only: games free of the constraints of large publishing deals and the costs of physical media. I like those physical artifacts as much as the next self-respecting hoarder, but when it comes to gaming and the creativity that I’ve seen flourish within the digital marketplace, it seems all the more difficult to pine for the past. The future of gaming is increasingly digital, independent and passionate: a fact well-displayed by some of the better releases this year. As Bobby Kotick plots to overthrow Steam, kill Gabe Newell and eat his heart to gain his strength, let us celebrate the games of 2012.