In a not too surprising announcement, Paramount Pictures has confirmed today that Shia Labeouf will be joining the cast of TMNT in the role of Casey Jones. He will play opposite of Megan Fox (April O'Neil).
For those unfamiliar with TMNT, Casey Jones wears a hockey mask and cut-off biking gloves and carries his weapons in a golf bag over his shoulder. His weapons include baseball bats, golf clubs, cricket bats, and hockey sticks. He is a master of stealth, as he has never been caught by the NYPD despite his bizarre appearance. In most installments, he appears as a love interest for April O'Neil.
Along with producer Michael Bay, this will mark the first time all three have worked together on a movie since Transformers 2.
As for me, I have no interest in watching this abomination. These 3 individuals will not be happy unless they have ruined every aspect of my childhood.
Why would he purposefully want to de-mutant himself? To live a normal life and die an old man? He is the kind of guy that gets into a fight just because he woke up. Maybe everything was too easy for him and wanted to handicap himself?
This does look better than the Wolverine Origins movie. Although I am surprised I didn't notice any major mutant enemies. With Wolverine battling against hordes of enemies this could be the basis of a new action game.
THQ makes a return to the Humble Bundle site in this weekly sale.
For $1 you can get:
Red Faction: Armageddon
Soundtrack and Path to War DLC included.
Beat the average:
Red Faction: Guerrilla
Even though the first two games were already included in the original THQ Humble Bundle, you can get the sequels for these by beating the average price.
No Steam keys this time. This is an Android bundle only!
The games include:
Contre Jour, Anomaly Korea, Plants vs. Zombies and Bladeslinger
With two extra games for beating the average.
Metal Slug 3 & The Room
Starting April 2nd, Borderlands 2 will receive a pretty sizable amount of new content. A new psycho bandit character 'Krieg' will mark the first time players will be able to see through the eyes of an enemy they are use to fighting against. The level cap will be increased from 50 to 61 for everyone that has the season pass, or it can be purchased for $4.99/800 MS points. A third playthrough dubbed "Vault Hunter Plus" will also be added free of charge to all players. This even more difficult mode is undoubtedly for players that want to play beyond level 50 as well as to drive sales for the cap increase. Making VHP free, but not the cap increase will probably receive a lot of flak from players that do not like DLC, but until the day DLC sales suffer, (which is unlikely anytime in the near future) marketing tactics like these will be the standard.
Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, Riddick finds himself up against an alien race of predators. Activating an emergency beacon alerts two ships: one carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other captained by a man from Riddick's past.
I've been eagerly anticipating a new Riddick movie for years.
I'm sick of winter. This crap needs to end. Another day of driving on snow/ice covered roads in zero degree temps that are so cold the rock salt wont melt anything. Its like every road is made of gravel and my car is bouncing all over the place. At least the tall hill roads are getting treated with strong as hell rock salt of a different blend to ensure melting and to prevent accidents. But all other streets are complete ass to drive on.
Tried the Monster Hunter Wold beta after the guys I played Destiny with kept hyping it up... eh. Its not for me. The controls are funky, and the explanation of what I was suppose to be doing wasn't very good. I just beat down a monster until it died? I thought I was suppose to be capturing it? I was expecting a finishing move prompt, or a QTE, for a death blow, but it just seemed anti-climatic. Then it sent me to the "Coming Jan 2018, would you like to Pre-Order?" in which I said no and got sent back to the main menu. At this point I knew I wasn't going to try the more difficult quests if I have to go through all that each time, rather staying in the game world and picking another quest that way. I never played a Monster Hunter game before, I always thought they looked neat, but playing it myself left me uninspired.
They're not supposed to but there's a way to keep them glowing when they're stowed (don't remember how you do it but I see a lot of people doing it, all I know is it requires you to hit a certain key press while you stow them).
, poor Sledge. Yea they come in Small, Medium, and Large and as I said cost a fortune just to buy the plot. All things said and done you could probably spend well over 100 million gil just to buy the plot and the materials to build your house.