Digital Fiasco – Episode 17: Teabagging for Fun and Profit & Apocalypse Why?
Wednesday, 01 February 2017 12:00
Written by Jack McBastard
Greetings, AYB! Jack McBastard here again with another episode of Digital Fiasco. This week we discuss the ridiculous Killer Instinct World Cup teabagging issue, as well as Francis Ford Coppola’s new Kickstarter to create an Apocalypse Now video game. I love the smell of crowdfunding in the morning.
Just Cause 3’s Official Launch Trailer Made Me Laugh So Hard I Cried
Monday, 30 November 2015 19:34
Written by Kevin Carbotte
Just Cause 3 is one of this year’s hottest titles, and one of the last game releases before Christmas. This series has always taken pride in not taking itself seriously and the official launch trailer reinforces that mentality more than you can imagine.
Prepare to be blown away. Square Enix has brought together people of amazing talent to bring you the new Kasabian trailer for Just Cause 3.
Part award winning Japanese CGI Specialist at Visual Works, and part award winning band Kasabian, combined with Avalanche studios sheer talent… prepare to lose your mind at this intense trailer, releasing just in time for the upcoming launch of Just Cause 3. The new Kasabian trailer shows off the high intensity, action packed nonsense that the player will get to experience first hand.
Wow, come on was that not unreal? The destructibility of the world? The freedom to seemingly do anything? Bus on a crane? Come on, this game looks biblical, it looks sick, and the best part is that we don’t have to wait too much longer as Just Cause 3 drops on December 1st, so as I say: “prepare your body.”
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