For their upcoming June 11, 2018 issue, TIME magazine created a very spectacular, expertly-coordinated exhibition by using 958 illuminated quadcopters (or “drones,” which is what the cool kids are calling them) hovering along the evening sky and framed resemble TIME’s traditional cover layout. Enjoy the above “so THAT’S how they did that” video that showcases the process, as well as the full write-up and photos … Continue reading So, HOW Did TIME Magazine Create Their New Cover with 958 Quadcopters?
Yup. You read that correctly. However in reality, this is both funny and not funny. When you think of things that shouldn’t be messed around with, one of them is DEFINITELY public alert systems. Unfortunately, warning systems haven’t had the best year, ranging from the false emergency alert from Hawaii accidentally informing the public of an incoming missile that didn’t exist to the Department of Justice’s Amber Alert … Continue reading Lake Worth, Florida Has Been Accidentally Sending Out Zombie Alert Messages Since Hurricane Irma.
If you, like myself, are still reeling from the events of Avengers: Infinity War, then this new trailer from Marvel for the upcoming Ant-Man & The Wasp film should help remind you how much fun, comedic and energetic the Marvel Cinematic Universe films can be. In case you’re wondering, this Ant-Man sequel, directed by Peyton Reed, takes place AFTER the events of Captain America: Civil … Continue reading New Trailer for ‘Ant-Man & The Wasp’ Has Arrived!
As a noted life-long fan of Sonic the Hedgehog, I must say that the new animated web series Sonic Mania Adventures nails the tone of the game Sonic Mania. While SEGA is keeping the train named Sonic Mania rolling with upcoming enhanced release of Sonic Mania Plus later this summer, they’re also releasing a five-part series of animated shorts, and episode one is currently out on YouTube. Continue reading “Watch “Sonic Mania Adventures.” Now. Like, RIGHT NOW!!!”
Over at the Sea of Thieves subreddit, where Rare — the game’s developer — have been taking feedback and suggestions from the game’s community, someone asked Rare for a day one patch. While games receiving day one patches is a (sometimes unfortunate) normal thing nowadays to iron out some issues and add features upon a game’s release, this was something VERY different. Reddit user Jefabell wasn’t requesting an update to fix the game, but an actual patch with the number one on it for people’s game avatars to wear. So, Rare took the suggestion and made it a reality. Oh dear God; what have we done? Continue reading “‘Sea of Thieves’ Gets a LITERAL Day One Patch; We See You, Rare…”
Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, the nineteenth (HOLY CRAP) film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set for release in theaters (or “cinemas” your you fancy folk) on April 27. Two years after the Avengers were torn apart during the events of Captain America: Civil War, Thanos arrives on Earth to collect the Infinity Stones for a gauntlet that will allow him to bend reality to his will, so The Avengers must join … Continue reading The Final “Avengers: Infinity War” Trailer is HERE! Also, Tickets are ON SALE NOW!
A listing has popped up over at Play-Asia for a Limited Edition Soundtrack for “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” which includes a Zelda-themed Playbutton (a portable music player that comes with pre-installed songs), some special edition packaging different from the standard edition, and a Sheikah Slate (straight from the game) slip-on cover for the box everything comes in. Either way, both editions of the soundtrack includes 5 discs, with each CD containing about 36 tracks each. Wooooooooowwwww…. Continue reading “Nintendo to Release FIVE-DISC Special Edition Soundtrack for “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild””
This year will mark the 30th anniversary of the Mega Man (or Rockman) video game series in Japan. To mark this marvelous occasion, Japanese bicycle maker KhodaaBloom recently released a special bike on February 17th. “What so special about this bike?” you may ask. Well, the bike in question is adorned by the color motif, the Japanese box art design and the 8-bit pixellated design of the … Continue reading Presenting the Official Mega Man Bicycle. Just What The World Needed…
Since his days in NXT, there’s never been a moment where I’ve (or in fact, MANY of us) questioned the performance, entertainment and wrestling abilities of Bray Wyatt, but this story also makes him out to be a pretty decent guy. Courtesy of WWE artist Rob Schamberger, we finally have a story to prove that, and it involves an action figure, an autograph, a Walmart, his step-grandmother-in-law (I’ll get to that in a bit), and the Eater of Worlds himself. Continue reading “Bray Wyatt got his Customer Service On by Helping A Stranger In Walmart Find His Action Figure…”