Showtime Cancels Weeds: Season 8 Will Be The Last

By: Leslie Kasperowicz After eight seasons on Showtime, Weeds is reaching the end. The show will wrap up in the upcoming season, not really much of a surprise since there’s been plenty of rumor hinting that the eight’s season would be the last. Now the last task is to wrap up all the loose ends and give fans a satisfying conclusion. The word groundbreaking gets … Continue reading Showtime Cancels Weeds: Season 8 Will Be The Last

The Hunger Games Catching Fire To Be Released In IMAX Theaters

By: Kelly West One of the things I regret not getting around to doing when The Hunger Games hit theaters was seeing it on an IMAX screen. While our own Katey Rich made a good point about the shaky camera style and emphasis on close-ups likely preventing the film from really benefiting from an IMAX screen, I can’t help but think that the futuristic world … Continue reading The Hunger Games Catching Fire To Be Released In IMAX Theaters

Hugh Laurie In Talks To Play Robocop Villain

By: Katey Rich After eight seasons as the cranky, mercurial, endlessly fascinating Dr. Gregory House on House, Hugh Laurie is finally ready for his first big Hollywood starring role, and it’s a doozy. According to Variety he’s in talks to play the villain in RoboCop, MGM’s planned remake of 1987 Paul Verhoeven classic. If the story sticks closely to the original, that would have Laurie … Continue reading Hugh Laurie In Talks To Play Robocop Villain

New 3DS unlikely, Nintendo planning next-gen portable – Miyamoto

By: Eddie Makuch Despite ample precedent, Nintendo is unlikely to release a revised iteration of the 3DS, according to comments from Shigeru Miyamoto made to IGN. Instead, the famed developer said the Tokyo game giant’s sights are now focused on a 3DS successor. "I really feel like I’m satisfied with the 3DS hardware as it is. I feel like it’s the best for this generation," … Continue reading New 3DS unlikely, Nintendo planning next-gen portable – Miyamoto

Blades of the Tiger (The Taladas Trilogy: Book 1)

Good book.  I miss DragonLance novels.  Anyway I love the way Chris Pierson paints a story, he captures who the characters are in not just what they say or think but in the way they act, even when they have no control over the way that they act.  I quite love it, I think that’s what I loved the most of this novel.  The very … Continue reading Blades of the Tiger (The Taladas Trilogy: Book 1)

Final Fantasy III PSP Teaser Trailer

By: Alex In last week’s issue of Jump, Final Fantasy III was announced for the PSP. Today, Square Enix has released a Teaser Trailer and some screenshots for the new port of the game. The new version will be based on the DS remake from 2006 with some new features from the iOS and Android versions of the game. These include: – 16×9 resolution – … Continue reading Final Fantasy III PSP Teaser Trailer

Sony Expect 10 Million PS Vita Shipped In 2012

By: Darryl Kaye   (@DarrylGU) The president of Sony Computer Entertainment, Andrew House, has reaffirmed Sony’s commitment to selling 10 million PlayStation Vita consoles this calendar year. The PS Vita launched earlier in 2012, but has struggled so far, especially in Japan, due to a poor software library. However, Sony expects to see a surge in sales this holiday season as they release major software titles. … Continue reading Sony Expect 10 Million PS Vita Shipped In 2012

E3 2012: Tomb Raider Preview

By: Jordan Douglas   (@JDouglas101) Every year we witness an inevitable march of titles moving out of the holiday release season, either to avoid the industry’s blockbuster juggernauts or simply to add an additional layer of polish. Crystal Dynamics’ reboot of the Tomb Raider series happens to be one of those games poised to overwhelm the early 2013 release calendar. After getting a chance to check … Continue reading E3 2012: Tomb Raider Preview