Mo Chocolate shares his PS Vita thoughts. What ultimately made this powerful handheld fail?
The Mission 3 Crew lists Their Favorite Handheld Games! It’s a best of list. Be sure to subscribe to stay in the loop.
The Mission 3 Crew gives their thoughts on SHAZAM! Is this movie just what the DCU needed? What are your thoughts?
Trolling By: Gremlik The Grump
Here’s my comfortably late 3E 2018 thoughts. All Three Conferences were about as entertaining as Paint Drying Tutorials on Youtube Red. Continue reading “8-Bit Troll Stage 21 “Insanity Gauntlet””
E3 2018 gave a sneak peek into Jump Force, which has a general 2019 release date. This Manga and Anime themed fighting game has some of the visualizations you might expect if you’ve been a long time fan of Anime. Players can put together a trio of fighters to preform over the top moves with powerful energy beam specializations. It’s Def Jam, for Anime fans! How much more amazing can it get? This multi-platform title is releasing on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. If you’re interested in the line-up of characters, here is what we know so far:
- Aizen Sosuke (Bleach)
- Frieza (DBZ)
- Goku (DBZ)
- Ichigo (Bleach)
- Luffy (One Piece)
- Naruto (Naruto)
- Rukia Kuchiki (Bleach)
- Sasuke (Naruto)
- Zoro (One Piece)
It’s a short list, as of right now, but we will be sure to keep you up to date on the latest news. For now, check out the trailer below.
Real Talk By: Zombie Zac
Released originally on PC in 2017, Hollow Knight is a kickstarter-backed Metroidvania 2D action platformer that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Now available on Switch, Hollow Knight comes complete with all the free content packs released last year and a number of game updates. The first thing you’ll notice when you start your journey is how gorgeous Hollow Knight looks and how beautiful the piano based soundtrack is by Christopher Larkin. Continue reading “Hollow Knight Review: A Haunted Underground Classic”
Real Talk By: CMack The Don
The original Superfly starring Ron ‘O Neal debuted in 1972, when most of mainstream film audiences weren’t exactly as familiar with the aesthetics and style of stone cold pimpin’ as they may or may not be today. The movie was made on a low budget but still released by Warner Brothers pictures, and had the distinction of being one of the first widely released movies with a mostly non-white production and technical team behind it. The soundtrack by Curtis Mayfield has some truly classic 70’s hits, and the soundtrack went on to become more popular than the original film itself, earning close to the same amount of revenue the movie did at the box office. Continue reading “Superfly (2018) Movie Review”