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Nintendo lost $97 million last quarter

The console market really is a strange thing. I think back to last generation, where the Wii caused all sorts of havoc, outselling it’s competitors even though the console could never keep up in the pixel pushing department. This generation however, we have the Wii U, and It is barely struggling along. This seems to be really hurting Nintendo, as they have lost a whopping $97 million in the last quarter alone.

This Dragon Ball Z movie is a Super Shoe-in for best of the year

What do you do, when you’ve got a marketing budget, an upcoming westernised release of the latest Dragon Ball Z movie and have had a momentary lapse in judgement? Simple! You hire the guys at Mega 64 to make a tribute Dragon Ball Z movie for you! That actually happened, as Funimation presumably got drunk one night, and gave Mega64 a blank cheque. This is the end result.
Extras! 30 July 2014

Extras! 30 July 2014

Welcome to The Extras! A daily dose of all the smaller movie related news, clips and just plain cool stuff that you might have missed! Just when you thought the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie had stopped upsetting people, Paramount Australia tweets a [continue @ themovies]

League of Legends: patch 4.13 and Gnar reveal

I used to be that snotty Dota 2 player, the one who scoffed at any other MOBA, especially League of Legends. That all changed when I got over myself and tried the game out, and boy was I pleasantly surprised. It’s really quite popular, and Riot know they need to keep balancing things out and adding content to keep League players happy.

In Other News – 30 July 2014

And thus another month has been broken, much like my jeans after a Friday binge in a candy shop. You were a worthy foe July, but even you could not stand forever. And with you out of the way, nothing shall stop me from destroying the last remainings months! Mwahahahahahaha!

Collectibles Corner – Groot,Rocket and why so serious?

Look at your empty shelf. See all that dust? That ain’t collectible! And what’s this nonsense that I hear about wanting to save money and put away for things like food, insurance and medical assistance? Balls to that! I say blow your money! Live dangerously! Live flashy! Buy pieces of sculpted plastic with your hard-earned bucks!

Naughty Dog did TLoU remaster to master PS4

The PS4 remaster of last year's much lauded PS3 game, The Last of Us, has been released and getting plenty of critical acclaim again. While fans of the series and those who missed it on PS3 are sure to love it, many felt it was just a ploy to grab more money. However, it actually was beneficial for developers in a way money can't buy.

Developing for Xbox One is extremely expensive

Independent developers applauded Microsoft's decision to hand out free Xbox One dev kits to studios on the company's ID@Xbox program. They cheered even louder when Microsoft revealed that patching games wouldn't cost a cent. I wonder how many of them will still be happy after seeing how much it costs to publish a game on Xbox at the end.

InFamous: First Light getting retail release

I rather enjoy inFamous’ standalone DLC. Festival of Blood, the non-canon story of Cole’s transition to being a vampire was a bunch of fun, and now the PS4’s Second Son is getting its own standalone game. Revealed at E3, First Light focuses on somebody other than the cocky Delsin Rowe.

Finally – Sharknado gets a video game adaptation

Ah cinema. The home of such classic films like Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, the sophisticated art nouveau of Citizen Kane and masterpieces such as Un Chien Andalou. Testicles to those movies, because nobody watches them. Instead, I want something trashy, consumable and memetic, like the made for terrible TV gems such as Sharknado. And it’s about damn time that such a film got a video game tie-in.

Work Avoidance Wednesday – Rebuild 2

It’s Wednesday, Wednesday, gotta get down on Wednesday! Everybody’s looking forward to the weekend, weekend! Alright I’ll stop right there, but is in fact the middle of the week, and we all know what that means. It’s time to take part in some weekly work avoidance behaviour!

Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition will allow you to cross over

Diablo 3 on console is a superb game. So damn superb, that I’m dreading starting all over again in the upcoming Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition, when I switch from the Xbox 360 version of the game for a PlayStation 4 experience. That means losing hours of progress, skills and an arsenal of rare weapons. Turns out, I was worried for nothing, because you’ll be able to access your mighty character from across the console divide.