Article Type: Review
Ubisoft’s latest is a fantastic game unfortunately marred by critical and intolerable P2P networking and security flaws.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week's featured short is Furniture Poetry by Paul Bush.
I accepted an invitation to become scientist Morgan Yu, shoot stuff with a glue gun and read other people’s post-it notes in Bethesda’s upcoming May sci-fi-themed first person shooter release…
Agent 47 and Bruce Wayne’s Batman are back as the two vastly different new episodic games are compared.
While the franchise’s latest effort doesn’t reinvent the wheel of RPG games, it does provide an experience worthy of the 10-year development timeframe.
Many an unsuspecting parent’s judgement may be clouded by the neon rainbows, sparkling glitter and endless barrage of pop music that this film heaps onto the big screen.
Director Gareth Edwards delivers a film light on story but excellent when it comes to visuals and set piece moments.
Newest release of stealth fighting game provides tension, stealthy action and significant player control.
Activision’s new release builds on the ‘Call of Duty’ franchise’s legacy of excellent single-player gameplay, though there are a few chinks in the annual release schedule armor.
Respawn and EA’s follow-up to Titanfall is an exciting evolution and revolution in first-person shooter games.
With only a modest set of new goods, the latest ‘Destiny’ expansion pack doesn’t come close to matching previous ‘The Taken King’ release.
The newest version of the industry’s best screenwriting program adds a nice set of welcome, though not must-have new features.
9,000 Animators watching over 500 Films Screened in 6 Days: IT MUST BE ANNECY - 13 – 18 June, 2016, Annecy, France
A stunning, 2D animated feature about a young girl’s journey to the North Pole seeking to redeem her family’s honor.
Three ‘Bioshock’ games are revamped and re-released -- with mixed results -- for a new generation of gamers.
Animafest Zagreb is the second oldest animation festival in the world, after the Annecy International Animation Festival. It has always been an excellent festival, but this year Artistic Director Daniel Suljic set a new standard for festival excellence. Along with the six International Competition programs, the Student Film Competition, two Croatian Film Competitions and nine feature films, the week was packed with special events.
Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli, the writing and directing team behind ‘A Cat in Paris,’ do a lively job of assembling many familiar elements into a unique picture.
Based on the recent Star Wars hit film from Disney, the latest LEGO game improves upon previous LEGO Marvel game but has much room for improvement.