Yesterday was a wild day for all Assassin’s Creed fans. We got our first look at the cinematic reveal trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and although it was visually impressive, we saw no gameplay. However, that was not my concern at the time. My main concern is how Ubisoft was going to portray a historically bloodthirsty-loud Viking into a stealthy Assassin.
The TEZUKA MANGA CONTEST, a manga award for new artists established by “Shonen Jump” by Shueisha publisher since 1971 with the aim of finding new talents is celebrating its 100th anniversary. However, what makes this year’s especially interesting is that their welcoming mangaka’s from multiple languages, aka across the world. This sets in a new precedent that manga no longer is confined by the borders of Japan. Just like comic books and graphic novels, it too has evolved.
Look, ever since the Last of Us 2 leak came out, there’s been a raging debate on the premise of the story! Is it a perverted SJW fanfic? Does it attack Christianity? The truth might shock. Now I don’t know what you’d consider spoiler so if you don’t want to be accidentally spoiled, leave now. I’m not gonna actively try to spoil the Last of Us 2 of course, but I really don’t know what constitutes a spoiler for most people.
We back at it again with another showcase for a indie graphic novel called Inyanu – Child of Wonder, a graphic novel inspired by Avatar: The Legend of Aang, Brave and The Incredibles.
One of the most, and I mean THE most anticipated games by PS4 gamers is Last of Us 2. So when the game was delayed indefinitely due to novel coronavirus, it didn’t sit with many fans. So you can imagine how they must feel now with major leaks about the story making rounds online, with so sight as to when the game might be released. We’re talking actual cutscenes, details about game modes, which consequently confirms an early leak about the game. However, it’s how the leak came about that made it that much more interesting.
Wait, hear me out here! I know the title sounds a little simp-like but I’m looking at this from a logical point of view. Alinity has violated the terms of service of Twitch, true, but at this point, she’s no longer to blame for the lack of suspension/ban. We have to take our annoyance towards Twitch.
Windboud was annouced nealry three weeks ago, and with everything that has been happening in the world. It slipped past my radar (as has many more games I’m interested in) and honestly I like what they’re going with this game. Windbound reminds of Breath of the Wild in a lot of ways, while also giving off this RUST vibe of survival.
Sony Pictures is working on a One Punch Man. You know sometimes I feel like the anime gods have forsaken us for allowing this to even happen in the first place. Ever since we committed the sin of Dragon Evolution, Hollywood seems to be out for blood!
I know topicS like this tend to draw in certain group of people, from both sides, but I had to talk about these unusual changes made to some of League Display, League of Legends wallpaper application.