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- 01/13/18--07:21: Black Lightning The Resurrection Scene 2 Videoclip
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Bandai Namco have released another trailer showing off of one the roster members for the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ, which is so close now you can almost taste it.
Lord Beerus, antagonist of 2013 Dragon Ball movie Battle of the Gods, is an anthropomorphic cat god and, as such, displays well-known feline traits such as laziness, selfish behaviour and a pissy attitude. Beerus' video game incarnation reflects this lethargic approach to carnage, with a relatively relaxed fighting stance and puppet projectiles, similar to Street Fighter V's Menat.
Beerus is one of the few latter-announced characters that I've been lucky enough to get hands-on with, and I thought he was a lot of fun. I'm looking forward to to getting some more play-time with him this weekend, as part of the game's open beta.
The beta, which can be pre-loaded now on PS4 and Xbox One, goes live today for those who have pre-ordered the game, and tomorrow for everybody else. It will feature Training and Online modes and ten playable characters. The beta servers will close at 11:59PT on Monday, January 15.
Dragon Ball FighterZ launches January 26 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Things change as one gets older, and I’m no exception. As I’ve aged from a fresh-faced, idealistic young nerd into a jaded, wrinkly older nerd, my preferences and tastes have also changed, with one major exception: my love of space combat. Few things get me to nerd out like the thought of huge ships, slugging it out against the backdrop of space. Beams,missiles and the occasional bullet crossing the blackness beyond to thud against armor or fizzle against shields.
For me, a childhood spent in the heyday of space-shooters like Wing Commander, Freespace, and X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter conditioned a Pavlovian response so strong that I even mark Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as one of my favorites of the CoD franchise because it has decent space combat in it.
That in mind, Dreadnought looks like it’s aimed straight at my heart, because it’s all about the ship combat in Yager’s new space brawler. Can this “Giant Spaceship Hero Shooter” carve a docking berth in player’s hearts?
WEGO exoskeleton/inner anatomy custom by Jason Freeny, done to surprise the folks at 1000toys, after touring their Tokyo office the past summer. This was done not as a "commission" or apparently no other reason except for wanting "to surprise them with this custom WEGO I’ve been secretly sculpting..."
Shown here are unpainted WIPs, and it's already a #WIN for me :)
Stay tuned to Jason's
CUSTOMIZER: Jon-Paul Kaiser
TOY BASE: "HATTORI TARO" by Mame Moyashi
STATUS: "Private commission"
Imagine if you will, that the hitman/"Cleaner" "Leon" - *SPOILER* - had walked out of the building at the end of Luc Besson's 1994 "Léon: The Professional ", and reunited with "Matilda", escaped to live their lives together, him continue training her in being an assassin, and together the adventures they'll have together - all these to be in animated/cartoon form, instead of "live action" ...
ThreeA Toys unleashes images of their "FUTURE MORT 13" in 1/6th-scale (teased in drawing only previously), in anticipation of their 3AA 2018 MEMBERSHIP launching for a timed online public sales beginning January 15th at Bambaland.com, and ending February 1st, 2018.
This Ashley Wood-designed character is included in the Membership package, since priced at US$200 (Price Includes Worldwide
set name: create the world
can be built into 3 building alternatives.
can be built into a helicopter, a car or a boat.
minifigs included a male minifig and a female minifig.
overall design is great.
Approximately 7 months ago (July, 2017), members of the W Club were told that there would be a lottery for this 'basic' Elise who would have the interchangeable fashion to flat feet. Within a few days, we were told that there would be enough for all members to order - no lottery necessary.
Her hair is straight with a center part.
She comes with her no-frills, cut-to-there bathing suit, a striped tote, sunglasses, earrings and a bracelet. To adorn her two sets of feet we have white sandals and blue strappy wedges.
Those of you who were around years ago, will recognize the coin-like jewelry from basic bathing beauties of the past. It's funny but I still have all that jewelry!
I tried to pull one leg off and it finally came off after much careful tugging. Then I plugged in my heating pad and warmed the legs for about 10 minutes which made removal and replacement much easier.
I hope that many will have used that method or hot water instead of forcing the parts apart which would likely loosen or break the tabs.
Notice the placement of the connecting tab which is quite different from hand replacements we're used to.
I'm not a big fan of the flat feet as most people's feet aren't literally flat and totally flat feet look strange. They need an arch for a bit of realism.
This "beta" leg changing version doll was priced at $140. plus postage. That's pretty pricey for a bathing suit basic doll.We are paying for the new feature. They should have done this with Poppy Parker years ago.
Now I must decide what she'll be wearing and how to style her hair.
Whole continents of gamers, expecting a possible Nintendo Direct this week, woke up to the news that one had already happened without them. I myself stumbled across the reveal just as I was logging off for lunch, leading to hastily-typed announcements and an excuse for another cup of coffee.
No-one really minded the suddenness of Nintendo's surprise attack once they got word of some of the giant's headlines, though. Not only did we get exciting content for previously established titles such as Pokken Tournament and Super Mario Odyssey, we also got revamped editions of fan-loved games and, God forbid, some actual new announcements.
Plus, a new game for Leona Heidern.
What did you guys and gals make of the whole affair? Did anything set your world alight, or at least get you giddy for a future release? Are you chomping at the bit for a Switch edition of Dark Souls, or eager to return to the court for Mario Tennis Aces? Let us know what you made of the drive-by revelations below.
Do you like '90s-inspired retro shooters? Of course you do. And if you don't, then this is your chance to fall in love.
Our good friends at DUSK have gifted us 10 keys to the Early Access beta period for the game's two single-player episodes, as well as the frenetic multiplayer mode DUSKWorld before the game sees its full launch. I thought about selling those keys on the black market for gambling money, but I thought that you guys might like them, instead! Isn't that a better idea?!
Hamster continue their noble quest to pump out classic Neo Geo titles on modern platforms. This week sees tough-as-nails Neo Geo sequel Art of Fighting 2 re-released on Nintendo Switch.
AoF2, originally released by SNK in 1994, was the fairly ineffective sequel to 1992's Art of Fighting - naturally. Although it featured some new roster additions (including the playable debut of Yuri Sakazaki) and is a little less clunky than its predecessor, it still couldn't turn heads in a year that also saw the release of Super Street Fighter II Turbo, whilst Mortal Kombat II also continued to ride a wave of phenomenal success.
Not helping AoF2 was its infamously brutal A.I difficulty, which saw many players drop in 20p, get rekt in the first match, and just go back to other games. In its favour, AoF2 does feature some awesome, huge sprites and nicely detailed stages. It also has a varied, 12 character roster and even a hidden final boss in the form of Fatal Fury's Geese Howard, who apparently loves crossovers.
Art of Fighting 2 is available now on Nintendo Switch, priced at $8.