Rockstar Games has come out with guns a blazing’! This title is a personal one for me. My friends and other gamers had to endure me gushing over Red Dead Redemption and how it was the most amazing game I had ever played. From the expansive, open world exploration and side jobs, to the characters that seemed to walk out of your console larger than life. As a kid who has grown up in the Mojave Desert, the rendering of sunrises of the land and the way monsoonal rains would sweep was breathtaking. I honestly sat on a ridge and watched the sunrise and I swear I could almost smell that familiar air. Rockstar Games has done it again and now we get a glimpse into the Red Dead world again. Leave it to Rockstar to have me wanting to skip this fall and just get to the next one so that I can travel back to the time of gunslingers and river boat gamblers. Rockstar has partnered with Sony to give players early content and, much like Skyrim, a release of the classic Red Dead on the Playstation Network. All of the footage shown is from actual in-game play on the Playstation 4 engine. I simply cannot wait.
A few weeks ago, Nowhere California was introduced to the independent horror/comedy “CONJOINED” and I was quickly intrigued by this bare bones, but highly creative movie. I wrote a review for this movie and posted my thoughts to this website.
Recently, I was able to talk to one of the creative minds behind this movie and talk to Joe Grisaffi. Joe was the director of “CONJOINED” and this interview dives into the evolution of a crazy story idea. Also, our conversation takes a look at Joe’s career and his adventures in the 8-bit video game world.
Are you ready to strap on the cape and harness the powers of a super hero? Are you ready to wear the glasses of the generalissimo and battle evil doers as Stan “The Man” Lee? In the new mobile game “Stan Lee’s Hero Command, you are sent out on missions by Stan and have the ability to fight the forces of evil as Stan himself.
In this action/adventure game from the legendary mind of Stan Lee and the team from F84 Games, you’re sent out to save the day by Stan and evolve your character through these missions. Hero Command is an excellent mix of action and humor that quickly becomes a marvelous tour de force.
At the recent Stan Lee’s Comikaze, which took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the team from F84 Games presented the human Stan Lee with the game version of Stan “The Man”