A few months ago, I got to know an astute trio of Englishmen from London, ‘KB’, ‘Stapesy’ and ‘Fabs’. Like myself, they’re avid gamers, and together they run Armed with Controllers, a YouTube channel through which they distribute videos of themselves doing what they love: playing videogames. It turns out they’re big fans of The Paranoid Gamer too, so as a thank you to them for supporting our journalistic efforts I’ve offered to make their work a regular feature.
Now as many of you will know, the highly anticipated Injustice: Gods Among Us landed on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U last week. Produced by NetherRealm Studios, the development house spearheaded by Mortal Kombat Executive Producer Ed Boon, this DC Comics-themed brawler has received many favourable reviews from critics – praised for its top-class visuals and fast, accessible combat mechanics. So what better way to kick off our new AwC feature than with some super Injustice gameplay?
In this instalment, Fabs takes on the title’s Battle Mode as the mighty Black Adam, a corrupted ancient Egyptian predecessor of Captain Marvel, so I’m told. If you like what you see, remember to stop by next Friday for another dose of good ol’ fashioned gaming fun.
Mary Sue characters who are self-insert had been plaguing movie adaptations. Alice Abernathy and Cole Young, What do they have in common? First, both do not exist from the source material where their movies came from. People call both of them a Mary Sue. What is a Mary Sue? It
Netflix releases the Trailer of Sweet Tooth Sweet Tooth is not the biopic of the Twisted Metal Villain but you know what? I want something like that to be adapted. It is not an adaptation of the Fall Out boy music video of Sugar, We’re Goin Down neither. So
Mortal Kombat now kommands your attention in multiple mediums. Thanks to the property’s new owners at WB, the tournament kombatants are throwing down on the big screen for the first time since New Line’s efforts from the 90s. WB’s Mortal Kombat stars Ludi Lin as Liu Kang, Hiroyuki Sanada as
Approximately three weeks ago, Sony made the announcement that it was shutting down their digital marketplace for Playstation 3, Playstation Vits and PSP games this summer. PSP was to go down July 2, and PS3 and Vita would have their plugs pulled August 27. Any games purchased prior to that