Weekend Warrior – A Jumble Of Fun

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Weekend Warrior – A Jumble Of Fun

The office is abuzz with all the various activities the editors have in store for their weekend. Some are wrapped up in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey but for the most part everyone is doing something different. It’s almost like they are independent human beings and not game-playing robots programmed by Game Informer. Strange.

Are you doing anything fun this weekend? Tell us about them in the comments below! Also, resident Sphinx, Suriel, has given his weekend plans in the form of a riddle. Let us know if you understand what he’s saying.

Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) – This weekend is both exciting and scary. We’re celebrating my daughter’s birthday with pizza, cake, and a bouncy house. That’s the exciting part. The scary part is it might rain, and we don’t have a great contingency plan for what to do with a (presumably) rowdy bunch of first-graders that we can’t send outside. It could be a disaster – for the parents. I’m sure the kids will be happy with whatever happens.

Weekend Warrior – A Jumble Of Fun

about X hours ago from
Weekend Warrior – A Jumble Of Fun

The office is abuzz with all the various activities the editors have in store for their weekend. Some are wrapped up in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey but for the most part everyone is doing something different. It’s almost like they are independent human beings and not game-playing robots programmed by Game Informer. Strange.

Are you doing anything fun this weekend? Tell us about them in the comments below! Also, resident Sphinx, Suriel, has given his weekend plans in the form of a riddle. Let us know if you understand what he’s saying.

Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) – This weekend is both exciting and scary. We’re celebrating my daughter’s birthday with pizza, cake, and a bouncy house. That’s the exciting part. The scary part is it might rain, and we don’t have a great contingency plan for what to do with a (presumably) rowdy bunch of first-graders that we can’t send outside. It could be a disaster – for the parents. I’m sure the kids will be happy with whatever happens.

Netflix’s The Dragon Prince Renewed For A Second Season

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Netflix’s The Dragon Prince Renewed For A Second Season

Netflix’s original animated fantasy about dragons, elves and magic has been renewed for a second season according to a tweet by Netflix’s official Twitter account @NXOnNetflix. Announced at this year’s New York Comic Con, the tweet confirms that the second season of The Dragon Prince will be released in 2019 with the tagline “Are you ready for Dragon Prince Season 2?”

The series premiered on September 14 this year. It was created by Aaron Ehasz (who is know for being the head writer and director of Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Justin Richmond (who directed Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception).

The Dragon Prince takes place in a world where humans have been banished to one end of the continent for using dark magic and are now in conflict with the elves and the dragons. The story follows the human prince and his companions as they attempt to stop a new war brewing between the various races.  

Netflix’s The Dragon Prince Renewed For A Second Season

about X hours ago from
Netflix’s The Dragon Prince Renewed For A Second Season

Netflix’s original animated fantasy about dragons, elves and magic has been renewed for a second season according to a tweet by Netflix’s official Twitter account @NXOnNetflix. Announced at this year’s New York Comic Con, the tweet confirms that the second season of The Dragon Prince will be released in 2019 with the tagline “Are you ready for Dragon Prince Season 2?”

The series premiered on September 14 this year. It was created by Aaron Ehasz (who is know for being the head writer and director of Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Justin Richmond (who directed Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception).

The Dragon Prince takes place in a world where humans have been banished to one end of the continent for using dark magic and are now in conflict with the elves and the dragons. The story follows the human prince and his companions as they attempt to stop a new war brewing between the various races.  

Second Dragon Ball Super: Broly Trailer Shows Planet Vegeta Flashbacks

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Second Dragon Ball Super: Broly Trailer Shows Planet Vegeta Flashbacks

In the second trailer for the third Dragon Ball Super movie, titled simply Dragon Ball Super: Broly, we get a closer look at the past for the three Saiyans central to the story and the mad emperor that destroyed their planet. Check out the subtitled trailer below, which dropped at New York Comic-Con yesterday.

The trailer says that Goku, Vegeta, and Broly were all born in close proximity, which might be retconning their origins a bit. Vegeta had always been a bit older than his rival Kakarot, with Goku getting launched to Earth just ahead of its destruction as a baby, while Vegeta was offworld as a child with Nappa when it happened. Frieza lied to him about what happened until Vegeta found out years later. The trailer could also just be misleadingly edited to make it seem like the three were born in within days of each other rather than years.

Frieza also appears without armor in his basic form, being introduced to Planet Vegeta by his father King Cold. It looks like we'll also see Frieza meeting his Ginyu Force for the first time, as well.

Second Dragon Ball Super: Broly Trailer Shows Planet Vegeta Flashbacks

about X hours ago from
Second Dragon Ball Super: Broly Trailer Shows Planet Vegeta Flashbacks

In the second trailer for the third Dragon Ball Super movie, titled simply Dragon Ball Super: Broly, we get a closer look at the past for the three Saiyans central to the story and the mad emperor that destroyed their planet. Check out the subtitled trailer below, which dropped at New York Comic-Con yesterday.

The trailer says that Goku, Vegeta, and Broly were all born in close proximity, which might be retconning their origins a bit. Vegeta had always been a bit older than his rival Kakarot, with Goku getting launched to Earth just ahead of its destruction as a baby, while Vegeta was offworld as a child with Nappa when it happened. Frieza lied to him about what happened until Vegeta found out years later. The trailer could also just be misleadingly edited to make it seem like the three were born in within days of each other rather than years.

Frieza also appears without armor in his basic form, being introduced to Planet Vegeta by his father King Cold. It looks like we'll also see Frieza meeting his Ginyu Force for the first time, as well.

New Extended Trailer Shows Off Aquaman’s Traditional Green and Gold Look

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New Extended Trailer Shows Off Aquaman’s Traditional Green and Gold Look

Warner Bros. Pictures teased that something would arrive today, and it turned out to be a 5-minute-long extended trailer for Aquaman. The new footage highlights more of the film’s story, humor, and new take on Aquaman’s familiar look.  

The last trailer hinted that DC comics was determined to lighten up its darker superhero universe with some funny quips from Aquaman’s leading man, Jason Momoa. This new extended trailer takes that a step further. In one expanded scene, Mera and Aquaman’s alter ego Arthur Curry discover Atlantean ruins in the middle of the Sahara Desert and, despite the epic swell of the music, their artifact fails to do...well, anything.

With some computer-generated magic, Mera coaxes water, the missing key to unlocking the artifacts powers, from Arthur’s brow. Miffed at the extra effort, Arthur humorously protests that he “could have just peed on it.” But this extended look wasn’t all laughs. A theme rippled throughout the action shots and dramatic moments: Arthur Curry must accept his fate, unite land and sea, and become a hero.

New Extended Trailer Shows Off Aquaman’s Traditional Green and Gold Look

about X hours ago from
New Extended Trailer Shows Off Aquaman’s Traditional Green and Gold Look

Warner Bros. Pictures teased that something would arrive today, and it turned out to be a 5-minute-long extended trailer for Aquaman. The new footage highlights more of the film’s story, humor, and new take on Aquaman’s familiar look.  

The last trailer hinted that DC comics was determined to lighten up its darker superhero universe with some funny quips from Aquaman’s leading man, Jason Momoa. This new extended trailer takes that a step further. In one expanded scene, Mera and Aquaman’s alter ego Arthur Curry discover Atlantean ruins in the middle of the Sahara Desert and, despite the epic swell of the music, their artifact fails to do...well, anything.

With some computer-generated magic, Mera coaxes water, the missing key to unlocking the artifacts powers, from Arthur’s brow. Miffed at the extra effort, Arthur humorously protests that he “could have just peed on it.” But this extended look wasn’t all laughs. A theme rippled throughout the action shots and dramatic moments: Arthur Curry must accept his fate, unite land and sea, and become a hero.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's First DLC Announced

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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's First DLC Announced

Today, Square Enix announced that Lara Croft will be descending into The Forge – a fiery tomb of the "fallen gods" – in her first DLC adventure for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

The first of seven planned monthly DLC, in The Forge Lara will confront new enemies "long thought to be lost in the flame" as she unearths new secrets about the kuwaq yaku and uncovers new details "about a friend's ancient legacy."

The Forge brings a new challenge tomb to the game, which can be played solo or with a friend in co-op mode. Completion of the tomb will reward players with a new outfit, skill and weapon. The Forge also introduces new game modes and narrative side missions.

Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's First DLC Announced

about X hours ago from
Shadow Of The Tomb Raider's First DLC Announced

Today, Square Enix announced that Lara Croft will be descending into The Forge – a fiery tomb of the "fallen gods" – in her first DLC adventure for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

The first of seven planned monthly DLC, in The Forge Lara will confront new enemies "long thought to be lost in the flame" as she unearths new secrets about the kuwaq yaku and uncovers new details "about a friend's ancient legacy."

The Forge brings a new challenge tomb to the game, which can be played solo or with a friend in co-op mode. Completion of the tomb will reward players with a new outfit, skill and weapon. The Forge also introduces new game modes and narrative side missions.