Here's Your First Look At The Shared Sequel To Unbreakable And Split, Glass

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Here's Your First Look At The Shared Sequel To Unbreakable And Split, Glass

When M. Night Shyamalan was at the height of his fame, he made Unbreakable, a superhero movie noted for its restraint and the performances of Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson. More than a decade later, after a few stumbles like the live-action The Last Airbender, Shyamalan released the critically well-received Split in 2016. An after-credits sequence revealed that both Unbreakable and Split were in the same universe.

Now Shyamalan and company have released a trailer for the third movie in this unique take on the superhero genre: Glass. The movie reunites all of the principal characters from the first two films (Willis' David, McAvoy's Kevin, and Jackson's Price/Mr. Glass) in a research center. Given the title, it's fair to expect that Jackson's scheming and charismatic Mr.Glass will be the center role of this movie. You can watch every  all go down right here:

So what do you think? Are you excited to see how a trilogy that Shyamalan started all the way back in 2000 plays out? Let us know in the comments below.

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Trailer Features Lots Of Action, Little Pizza

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Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Trailer Features Lots Of Action, Little Pizza

Cowabunga, pizza, and Leonardo's smile are back in full force. During this year's Comic-Con, Nickeloden showed off a lengthy trailer of the new upcoming cartoon adaptation of the popular comic book.

Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the fourth animated show in the franchise, with the new show returning to 2D visuals after a five year stint featuring 3D animation in 2012's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. You can get a look at it right here:

For more on everybody's favorite green ninja boys, you can read our piece on the tabletop Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game here.

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Trailer Features Lots Of Action, Little Pizza

about X hours ago from
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Trailer Features Lots Of Action, Little Pizza

Cowabunga, pizza, and Leonardo's smile are back in full force. During this year's Comic-Con, Nickeloden showed off a lengthy trailer of the new upcoming cartoon adaptation of the popular comic book.

Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the fourth animated show in the franchise, with the new show returning to 2D visuals after a five year stint featuring 3D animation in 2012's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. You can get a look at it right here:

For more on everybody's favorite green ninja boys, you can read our piece on the tabletop Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game here.

Cartoon Network's Upcoming Mega Man Show Receives Trailer

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Cartoon Network's Upcoming Mega Man Show Receives Trailer

"What makes a hero?" Megaman ponders in the opening to the trailer for the upcoming show Mega Man: Fully Charged. The answer? Apparently a lot of pew pewing and standing up for unity between man and robotkind.

The trailer showcases a fair amount of transformation and weapon customization from Mega Man as he runs around trying to save Silicon City The show, which gives off strong ReBoot vibes, will debut on August 5 on Cartoon Network, with ten episodes planned for this season.

For more on Mega Man, check out our Super Replay of the original game here.

Cartoon Network's Upcoming Mega Man Show Receives Trailer

about X hours ago from
Cartoon Network's Upcoming Mega Man Show Receives Trailer

"What makes a hero?" Megaman ponders in the opening to the trailer for the upcoming show Mega Man: Fully Charged. The answer? Apparently a lot of pew pewing and standing up for unity between man and robotkind.

The trailer showcases a fair amount of transformation and weapon customization from Mega Man as he runs around trying to save Silicon City The show, which gives off strong ReBoot vibes, will debut on August 5 on Cartoon Network, with ten episodes planned for this season.

For more on Mega Man, check out our Super Replay of the original game here.

New Resident Evil 2 Details, Collector's Edition Announced

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New Resident Evil 2 Details, Collector's Edition Announced

At San Diego Comic Con 2018, a Resident Evil panel was held that talked about the upcoming release of Resident Evil 2. Thanks to Twitter user ateliermatanagi for collecting information from the panel to share.

During the panel, Capcom said that they consider Resident Evil 2 a new title more than a remake, which allowed them to tear everything down and rebuild it the best way they possibly could. They wanted to design Leon before he became the dorky but cool action star of Resident Evil 4 and isn't quite a hero yet, but still went through multiple designs before landing on his current form to get it perfect. They also took this opportunity to brag about the Resident Evil engine's photogrammetry technology, being employed in Resident Evil 7, Devil May Cry 5, and this game. Real-life versions of Claire and Leon's outfits were scanned in to give them the most realistic look.

Speaking of Claire, the team also went through a number of design iterations with her, but ultimately decided that they had to change her hotpants from the original game into a normal pair of jeans. The deciding factor was Claire's opening scene and how her design made sense for that. The look they settled on was ultimately "bike ninja," as evidenced by the real 1998 Harley Davidson motorcycle that she rides into town.

New Resident Evil 2 Details, Collector's Edition Announced

about X hours ago from
New Resident Evil 2 Details, Collector's Edition Announced

At San Diego Comic Con 2018, a Resident Evil panel was held that talked about the upcoming release of Resident Evil 2. Thanks to Twitter user ateliermatanagi for collecting information from the panel to share.

During the panel, Capcom said that they consider Resident Evil 2 a new title more than a remake, which allowed them to tear everything down and rebuild it the best way they possibly could. They wanted to design Leon before he became the dorky but cool action star of Resident Evil 4 and isn't quite a hero yet, but still went through multiple designs before landing on his current form to get it perfect. They also took this opportunity to brag about the Resident Evil engine's photogrammetry technology, being employed in Resident Evil 7, Devil May Cry 5, and this game. Real-life versions of Claire and Leon's outfits were scanned in to give them the most realistic look.

Speaking of Claire, the team also went through a number of design iterations with her, but ultimately decided that they had to change her hotpants from the original game into a normal pair of jeans. The deciding factor was Claire's opening scene and how her design made sense for that. The look they settled on was ultimately "bike ninja," as evidenced by the real 1998 Harley Davidson motorcycle that she rides into town.

NERF This! Become Reaper With New Overwatch NERF Gun

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NERF This! Become Reaper With New Overwatch NERF Gun

At San Diego Comic-Con, Blizzard came armed with a new announcement. You can now pretend you're Reaper without actually turning into a non-corporeal shadow or teleporting with the new NERF Wight Reaper Blaster, a collaboration between NERF and Blizzard.

The new gun is functional, shooting NERF rounds with special Overwatch colors. The gun itself has the Overwatch logo, which the real Reaper probably doesn't have, but his rounds are also probably not foam, either.

You can brrapp-brrapp as Reaper when the NERF Wight Reaper Blaster releases in 2019. 

NERF This! Become Reaper With New Overwatch NERF Gun

about X hours ago from
NERF This! Become Reaper With New Overwatch NERF Gun

At San Diego Comic-Con, Blizzard came armed with a new announcement. You can now pretend you're Reaper without actually turning into a non-corporeal shadow or teleporting with the new NERF Wight Reaper Blaster, a collaboration between NERF and Blizzard.

The new gun is functional, shooting NERF rounds with special Overwatch colors. The gun itself has the Overwatch logo, which the real Reaper probably doesn't have, but his rounds are also probably not foam, either.

You can brrapp-brrapp as Reaper when the NERF Wight Reaper Blaster releases in 2019. 

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Director Wants Players To Constantly Feel Near Death

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Director Wants Players To Constantly Feel Near Death

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice made a splash when it was revealed at E3. The new game from the studio that brought you games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne looked a little different from the games they had recently become known for, including the death mechanics. From the trailer, it looked like dying was not necessarily a loss of progress, which is a big change from the Souls titles.

In an interview in the latest EDGE Magazine, director Hidetaka Miyazaki explained this isn't to make the game easier.

"We were dying a lot, and it just spoiled the game’s tempo," Miyazaki told EDGE. "We needed something that would address that frequency of death, and the resurrection system did a lot to solve that. We hope that it’s not going to be something that makes the game easier; it’s not going to numb the player to death. It’s going to make them feel they’re constantly at death’s door. It’s something they’re going to have to be aware of at every single encounter, and is going to be tuned to that sense of trepidation.