Indiana Comic Con 2015


Real Talk By: J.Valdez

I only got the chance to attend Indiana Comic Con on Saturday, and I didn’t get to stay too long. I also missed out on getting a picture with Jason Momoa,  because the line was way too long and I was really hungry. But I definitely enjoyed my time there, there were many great cosplays, and a good number of interesting panels going on. Almost spent a lot of money in the dealers area, really tempted to buy the Hound’s helmet from Game Of Thrones. Hope you enjoy the picture gallery.

I also wasn’t expecting to interview or record any video, so I left my mic and stabilizer at home. Then I ran into this guy, who created his steampunk character over the course of a few years, and has a moving dragon on his shoulder.

The full gallery will be uploaded here

Play legit Podcast #12: A Spider-Man Zelda Thing

The Legend of Zelda TV Show. Is this happening on Netflix? We talk about Link’s potential next big move. KJ breaks down the massive earth-shattering Spider-Man news. This, and you know a whole lot more inside. Continue reading “Play legit Podcast #12: A Spider-Man Zelda Thing”

Ohayocon 2015!


Real Talk By: J.Valdez

This was my second time at Ohayocon. I knew I was in for a great weekend when I got to the lobby with a friend, and he ended up playing guitar for two other con goers that were singing/rapping. We didn’t know who they were, and I don’t think I saw them again during the weekend. This con was a bit different from the last, I made some friends through the facebook group, so I wasn’t just a lone wanderer this time. I met up on occasion with other con goers, friends, shared a few drinks, took a few pictures. Then at some point I decided to be on the other side of the camera. I became Wilfred, and walked through the con to see what it was like. It helped me see what it’s like to be a cosplayer, the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of it. Continue reading “Ohayocon 2015!”

Disney is Developing a Fantasia Inspired Video Game


Real Talk by: StephO

Disney Interactive and Harmonix have announced Fantasia: Music Evolved, a “breakthrough musical motion video game” for Kinect on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Inspired by the classic animated film, Fantasia: Music Evolved takes players into a magical realm to become the new apprentice of sorcerer Yen Sid. Players can explore music through motion-control gameplay and take creative control by remixing and layering songs from over 25 artists. Fantasia: Music Evolved aims for release in 2014. The current announced artists and songs include:

  • AVICII – “Levels”
  • Bruno Mars – “Locked Out Of Heaven”
  • Fun. – “Some Nights”
  • Kimbra – “Settle Down”
  • Queen – “Bohemian Rhapsody”


EA Announces Star Wars Games Agreement

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Only two days after Star Wars Day, Lucasfilm Ltd. and Disney Interactive have agreed to a multi-year Star Wars licensing agreement with Electronic Arts. EA studio teams DICE, Visceral, and BioWare will collaborate with Lucasfilm creative teams to create all new games for console, PC, mobile, and tablets. Disney Interactive will also develop casual games for social and online platforms. “The new experiences we create may borrow from films, but the games will be entirely original with all new stories and gameplay,” said EA Labels President Frank Gibeau. Fans can look forward to more information regarding titles in development in the coming months.

Trailer of the Week: DuckTales Remastered Reveal Trailer

Real Talk by: StephO (follow me @Steph___O)

This week’s Trailer of the Week is the DuckTales Remastered reveal trailer! Capcom, WayForward Technologies, and Disney announced today that they will be releasing a remastered version of the 8-bit Nintendo game which will feature hand-drawn artwork, 2.5D gameplay, and voice acting by the original cast of the animated TV series. DuckTales Remastered will be available for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and the Wii U e-Shop this summer.

Last week’s Trailer of the Week: Saints Row IV Announcement Trailer

Wreck-It Ralph Movie Review

Real Talk By: Steph-O (Stephanie Owens)

PlayLegit readers will love Wreck-It Ralph not only because it’s a movie about video game characters, but also because it boasts an impressive cast list (John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, and Jane Lynch to name a few), it has an astounding amount of original creative material (three original video game worlds), and it has many, many retro game character appearances. Continue reading “Wreck-It Ralph Movie Review”