Bungie announces Destiny release date, delays beta

By: Eddie Makuch Bungie’s first post-Halo project, the shared-world shooter Destiny, will launch worldwide on September 9, 2014, the developer announced today. The game’s official release will be preceded by a beta period that will begin in summer 2014 first on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, before coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 sometime later. That’s a bit of a delay from the beta’s … Continue reading Bungie announces Destiny release date, delays beta

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Pt. 1)

There and back again…oh my lord this was a great movie. Peter Jackson has once again done it again. He has taken a great work of fiction and turned it into a visual masterpiece. The cinematography was, needless to say, brilliant and mesmerizing. I mean this really was a great adaptation, I felt like I was reading the book. There was, however, addition of scenes … Continue reading The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Pt. 1)

Could The Lord Of The Rings Be Re-Released In 3D? Peter Jackson Seems To Think So

By: Katey Rich This weekend’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be the first opportunity most have to see the world of Middle Earth in 3D– and depending on which screening you choose, you could see it in the ultra-sharp, fairly controversial 48 frames per second. But anyone watching the way Hollywood has worked over the last year or two could probably guess that, at … Continue reading Could The Lord Of The Rings Be Re-Released In 3D? Peter Jackson Seems To Think So

Empires Of The Deep Trailer Reveals A Mermaid War Unlike Any Other

By: Kristy Puchko Avatar took us to a world beyond the stars. Lord of The Rings took us deep into the realm of Middle Earth, and now the ambitious fantasy adventureEmpires of the Deep offers a journey leagues below the ocean’s surface to a world where war rages, pulling man, mermaids, and all manner of fishy beast into the fray. Featuring explosions, giant shellfish and … Continue reading Empires Of The Deep Trailer Reveals A Mermaid War Unlike Any Other

Turbine hires Elder Scrolls designer Ken Rolston

By: Eddie Makuch Lord of the Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online developer Turbine has added new leadership to its studio. The Needham, Massachusetts studio today announced that it has hired Elder Scrolls designer Ken Rolston, as well as former NetherRealm and Zynga developers. JRolston served as lead designer for Bethesda on Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and was most … Continue reading Turbine hires Elder Scrolls designer Ken Rolston

Wellington, New Zealand To Rename Itself The Middle Of Middle-Earth For The Hobbit Premiere

By: Eric Eisenberg If it weren’t for New Zealand the Lord of the Rings trilogy would have been much worse off. Not only is it the home country of director Peter Jackson, it was the majestic nature of the country’s topography that brought the world of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth to life. And the series has been a huge boon to New Zealand as well, … Continue reading Wellington, New Zealand To Rename Itself The Middle Of Middle-Earth For The Hobbit Premiere

Dishonored golden

By: Eddie Makuch After three years of work, development on Arkane Studios’ new stealth-action game Dishonored has come to a close. Publisher Bethesda announced today that the game has gone gold ahead of its worldwide release early next month. Dishonored ships for the PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360 in North America and France on October 9, with subsequent releases following in Australia and Spain … Continue reading Dishonored golden

Sean Bean Signs On To Star In The Devil’s Peak Trilogy

By: Jesse Carp Sean Bean is a wonderful actor and even though he’s tough enough in real life to shake off a stabbing and have another pint, his characters seem to have a tough time making it out of the given project alive. In fact, it’s hard to think of a major film or television series in which Bean didn’t suffer some untimely end a … Continue reading Sean Bean Signs On To Star In The Devil’s Peak Trilogy