I hope you saved your money for summer because THQ Nordic will be making you spend money this summer with their titles. Started from 2005 and now here in 2020, THQ Nordic revealed online that the classic game Destroy All Humans is planned to be released on July 28th, 2020 for PC, PS4 and XB1. This new game is a remake of the 2005 version which was released for PS2 and Xbox. If you enjoyed this game from that era, get ready to experience the fun of being an alien in this remake in summer.
Also coming out this summer, we have the upcoming game of Nickelodeon’s beloved cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants. THQ Nordic revealed that the upcoming game SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated will be released in June 23rd, 2020. This game will be available for all platforms except for Stadia. This is a remastered of the 2003 version created and developed by Heavy Iron Studios and Vicarious Visions. The 2003 version got so much positive feedback from fans that many has demanded a remastered.
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With April coming to an end, we are halfway towards summer. With summer in the horizon get ready for some new games. I got some good and bad news for PlayStation fans. It was reported on the PlayStation Blog that the upcoming games The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima will be pushed back to later months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ghost of Tsushima was originally set to be released in June 26th, but now it is going to be on July 17th. The Last of Us Part II will be out on June 19th.
Also, a warning for The Last of Us fans! It is unfortunate to tell you that a leak has been released in which the story of The Last of Us Part II got revealed. Someone has posted the story plot points and videos in which shows the game’s plot. Those who are eager to play this game will get spoiled if not being carefully. The game company Naughty Dog addressed about the leaks and told fans to avoid spoilers and wait for the game’s official release.
Just like Venom 2 and Morbius, Sony is going to delay their Spider-Man movies to later months. In recent news, Sony moved the upcoming Morbius movie from June 2020 to March 19, 2021 and Venom: Let There Be Carnage to June 25th, 2021. Now, according to Sony, the sequel to 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home will not be released in July 16th, 2021. This MCU Spider-Man movie will be released on November 5th, 2021. Not only this movie got pushed back, but so did the sequel to Spider-Verse. Sony Pictures Animation stated that the sequel to Spider-Verse will be released in theaters, October 7th, 2022 instead of April 8th, 2022. Tom Holland will be working on the upcoming movie Uncharted in 2021.
Mark your calendars:
- Untitiled Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel – November 5th, 2021
- Spider-Verse 2: October 7th, 2022
Sony-Marvel’s other movies:
Morbius – March 19th, 2021
Venom: Let There Be Carnage – June 25th, 2021
Greetings seeker of darkness and warriors of light! I am here for another unboxing post and this one is from Square Enix. Back in later March, the video game company Square Enix gave me a birthday coupon code for 10% off on anything at their official website I decided to use my coupon and buy a soundtrack collection of Kingdom Hearts. This soundtrack is called Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5+2.5 ReMIX Original Soundtrack. This soundtrack contains the music from the game collections of 1.5 and 2.5. This collection contains two soundtracks in one box. The soundtrack for 1.5 has three discs and 2.5 has 4 discs. Inside each of the soundtrack cases has a small booklet with has the composer’s comments and a collage of Kingdom Hearts game moments from cutscenes to gameplay. If you have the money and you love the music from the game like the Disney worlds and themes from the story, you should get this. In 1.5, it also has the Japanese version of Simple and Clean. I hope Square Enix releases a 2.8 soundtrack and a KH3 soundtrack soon.
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Quarantine is tough. Not only business has to slow down, but schools are forced to close down and kids have to rely on digital learning to continue their education. We are in April and people are praying and demanding for places to be open. This week, I recently discovered some news involving English Voice actress Jamie Marchi and schools. This was reported by Bounding into Comics.
a reporter from Vox (liberal-leaning American news and opinion website) named Aaron Rupar shared a video clip of Dr. Oz talking about “re-opening” places in the United States. In the video, Dr. Oz stated that opening schools would cost 2-3% chance of the mortality rate and the tradeoff is something to think about.
Following Rupar’s tweet, we have a user who goes by @emrazz retweeting/sharing with her comments. Joining in the discussion, we have voice actress Jamie Marchi joining in the discussion with a anti-gun tweet.
Due to this tweet, many anime fans took offense to this tweet and did not like seeing Marchi making a comment about school shootings. Despite her not taking it literally, the fans heavily criticized her behavior and thought she went too far. In response, she stated that the reason why people did not like the way she tweeted is because she is a woman with freedom of speech.
This tweet news happened this week and so far it hasn’t escalated to anything further. What do you guys think about this news? Do you think Jamie went too far? Do you think the people on Twitter was quick to lash out on her?
Jamie Marchi is a voice actress that works in anime especially in Funimation. She voices Rias from High School DxD, Masane from Witchblade and Marcarita from Dragon Ball Super.
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Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome back for another funny day of Friday Funny. Nothing can stop these Friday posts especially in a epidemic like COVID-19. It’s me Matthew, or in video games I call myself Soren, and I am here to brighten your day with some memes that I stole and will be giving away for free for all. I hope you guys are being safe outside. To all the essential workers out there, I would like to say thank you for your services and may God bless you! To those are trying to stay home, play more video games. Go play remade classics such as Resident Evil 3 and Final Fantasy VII Remake. In other news, I found some interesting news in the movie industry. Sony has revealed the title of Venom 2 and it’s going to be called Venom: Let There Be Carnage and it will be a summer 2021 movie. Sony is going to be having three movies in 2021 in which will focus on Spider-Man, Venom and Morbius. DC has announced that The Batman movie will be pushed back in October 2021 along with other 2021 films like Wonder Woman 1984 and The Suicide Squad (James Gunn version). Last but not least, the people behind 2018’s Venom movie will be working on a live-action movie about the manga/anime series One-Punch Man.
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If you like me who doesn’t have the streaming subscription service DC Universe, you’re probably missing out on DC’s exclusive shows like Doom Patrol, Titans and the animated explicit series Harley Quinn. While the shows like Titans and Doom Patrol are released for physical DVDs for anyone who wants to watch, Harley Quinn has yet to have a DVD release. Good news for anyone who wants to watch this violent and hilarious cartoon featuring the clown girl Harley Quinn. It’s been announced that this show will be available on the TV channel SyFy.
SyFy released a statement explainning that DC Universe Harley Quinn will be exclusively broadcasted starting at May 3rd on Sunday and will reach the last episode on May 24th; this will cover season 1.
Following the success of the first season of Disney Plus’ original series, The Mandalorian will be back for another season in the fall of October. If this doesn’t excite you, I hope this news will because it looks despite this COVID-19 pandemic, nothing can stop this bounty hunter. According to Variety, a season 3 of The Mandalorian is in the works in pre-production. It has been confirmed by sources that show’s creator, John Favreau, has been “writing season 3 for a while” and Doug Chiang, Lucasfilm vice president and executive creative director, has been creating concepts for a while as well.
Season 1 of The Mandalorian can be watched on Disney Plus and a season 2 will officially be released in October 2020. Season 3 is in works.
Following the same tactics as the movie Trolls World Tour, the CGI cartoon movie Scoob will not be played in theaters due to COVID-19. However, this movie will still be released this year on May 15th, 2020. According to Variety, Scoob will released for all digital platforms on May 15th for rental or purchase. This will apply for North America and the price of a rental will be $19.99 and for to buy is $24.99. Here is a statement from Warner Bros CEO, Ann Sarnoff:
“While we’re all eager to be able to once again show our films in theaters, we’re navigating new, unprecedented times which call for creative thinking and adaptability in how we distribute our content. We know fans are eager to see ‘Scoob’ and we’re delighted we can deliver this feel-good movie for families to enjoy while they’re home together.”
So mark your calendars for May 15th. You’ll be able to watch this movie at home or at a friend’s house.