By Kofi Outlaw - December 7, 2019 01:08 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 In this episode we breakdown the new trailers for James Bond No Time to Die and Disney’s Mulan; discuss Zack Snyder’s confirmation that the Justice League Snyder Cut is real; and review the third chapters of new X-Men books Marauders, Excalibur, and X-Men. There are several ways you can listen to and enjoy ComicBook Nation, which are listed below: Listen via the media player embedded above. Subscribe to this RSS Feed: //feeds.megaphone.fm/comicbooknation Check us out on Spotify or Stitcher Subscribe on iTunes or iHeartRadio Tell any Amazon Alexa device to "Play ComicBook Nation Podcast" Or go to YouTube and watch any episode Regular episodes consist of the "News Flash" where we quickly go over some of the major headlines that have hit the site before jumping into the "Deep Dive", where we unpack and discuss some of the bigger topics of discussion within the fandom. New episodes … [Read more...] about ComicBook Nation Episode 89: James Bond No Time to Die & Disney’s Mulan Trailer
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From 2010 to 2014 Richard Cobbett wrote Crapshoot, a column about bringing random obscure games back into the light. Play enough games, and at some point your mind is going to start creating your own. If you can program, if you can draw, maybe you can sit down and make them happen. If not, there are tools like GameMaker and Unity and the UDK to make them happen. But what if you'd been inspired before these modern marvels came along? What if you'd had a genius idea for your own 3D world back in 1991? Then maybe, just maybe, you'd have found the 3D Construction Kit (or Virtual Reality Studio) the answer to your prayers. If so, you'd be the only one. 3D Construction Kit was where your ambitions went to die.Very rarely has such an awesome toy been this useless. And yes, awesome is the word. 3D Construction Kit offered incredible technology by the standards of the time, not simply on the PC, but on everything from the Amiga to the ZX Spectrum. It gave you a complete polygon-based 3D … [Read more...] about Crapshoot: 3D Construction Kit, the toolset for making your own crap games
THE PCG Q&AFind all previous editions of the PCG Q&A here. Some highlights:Has Half-Life: Alyx made you want to buy a VR headset?What's the best prison escape in a game?Has a game ever made you rethink your moral code?There are plenty of examples of government sims that turn politics into game mechanics—Democracy, Crusader Kings 2, whichever one of the Tropico series is the good one. If you want to govern, games have you covered.Politics is about who has power, and how much, and over who. So politics in games can go beyond the simulation of diplomacy and decision-making to also investigate how the balance of power affects the lives of our characters in other genres, whether it's imaginary factions they choose to support or their communities telling them how to live.From Fallout: New Vegas to Life is Strange, the fingerprints of politics are all over games. Which brings us to our weekend question: What's a game that handles politics well? Here are some of our … [Read more...] about What’s a game that handles politics well?
By Jamie Lovett - March 2, 2019 06:00 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 The Star Trek vs. Transformers crossover ended this week in unexpected fashion, with the Enterprise crew piloting armor. SPOILERS for Star Trek vs. Transformers #5 by John Barber, Mike Johnson, and Josh Burcham follow. Star Trek vs. Transformers began with Kirk’s crew, the Autobots, the Klingons, and the Decepticons battling on Cygnus Seven. Kirk’s crew at first was unable to tell friend from foe as the Transformers all appeared to be potentially dangerous giant robots, but Spock’s mind-meld with Optimus Prime helped fix that. Spock learned that the Autobots and the Decepticons have been at war for a long time and that - just like in the original Transformers cartoon - that war had brought them to Earth, where they disguised themselves as vehicles. The war was starting up again on Earth when World War III happened, just like in the history of the Star Trek universe. The Autobots … [Read more...] about ‘Star Trek’: The Enterprise Crew Gets Transformers Mechs
By Jamie Lovett - December 7, 2019 01:56 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Stargate fans are hoping to resurrect the dormant sci-fi franchise. Writer/producer Joseph Mallozzi helped spark the fire. Mallozzi worked on Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate Universe. On Friday, he shared a tweet from the Stargate Now Twitter account. The tweet encouraged fans to retweet the #WeWantStargate hashtag at Stargate television producer Brad Wright, the co-creator of three Stargate television series, and the Twitter account of Stargate Command, the official online home of the Stargate franchise. The campaign was successful enough to make #WeWantStargate a top trending hashtag worldwide on Twitter. Fans will have to wait to see if their social media efforts are enough to get a new Stargate series made. The Stargate franchise is owned by Metro-Goldwyn Meyer Inc. It began with Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich's original Stargate movie in 1994. Wright and Jonathan Glassner … [Read more...] about Stargate Trends on Social Media as Fans Campaign for a Revival