By Russ Burlingame - December 6, 2019 01:33 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 Ever since the "Invasion!" crossover three years ago, when Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and The Atom (Brandon Routh) shared a joke about the fact that they looked like they could be cousins, fans have wondered what it would be like for the Legends to realize that, no some Earth, somewhere in the multiverse, there really and truly is a Clark Kent who looks alarmingly like Ray. While Tyler Hoechlin wasn't exactly a 1:1 fit -- and hasn't really shared the screen with Routh so far -- one thing is for sure: the upcoming "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover is going to make it hard to ignore the similarities. Routh, who played the Man of Steel in the 2006 movie Superman Returns, will appear in "Crisis on Infinite Earths" as an alternate-universe Superman who dresses like the one from the 1997 comic book miniseries Kingdom Come by Alex Ross and Mark Waid. That character, of course, did not exist … [Read more...] about “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Boss Teases Brandon Routh’s Ray Palmer Meeting Kingdom Come Superman
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The Suicide of Rachel Foster is an eerie-looking first-person narrative adventure game set in a "desolate mountain hotel" in the early 1990s. Trapped by a blizzard, and with no connection to the outside world beyond the disembodied voice of a distant FEMA agent, players will explore the hotel in an effort to piece together "a dark family mystery."If that setup, and the trailer, strike you as a little familiar, the odds are good that you've played Gone Home, What Remains of Edith Finch, and/or Firewatch at some point over the past few years. The similarities are not subtle—but, on the other hand, if you're going to take inspiration from other games, you could do a lot worse than those three.Publisher Daedalic Entertainment describes The Suicide of Rachel Foster as "a thriller about love and deception," with bits of mystery and horror here and there, all built on "intriguing, touching, and mature storytelling." Daedalic is generally pretty solid on that front, Goodbye Deponia … [Read more...] about The Suicide of Rachel Foster is a Gone Home-meets-Firewatch mystery in an old hotel
It's December, which means those of us who are still desperately trying to keep our inner child alive while the world collapses around us truly go off the deep end. As we hang tinsel from every tree, corner, and limb, and force our pets into reindeer antlers while sobbing along to Mariah Carey, we also decided to ask our writers to design their very own Christmas game.This is the latest in a series of big questions we'll be interrogating our writers with, so share your answers and suggestions for topics with us on Twitter. Overcooked – but for wrapping presentsI hate wrapping presents. It’s the worst part of Christmas. As my soul slowly leaves my body and my physical form is lost in a swirl of tape, paper, and an awkwardly-shaped gift, I start to wonder how people can actually enjoy it. Then it hit me: Overcooked Christmas DLC. Swap the omelettes for overblown joke presents, tomatoes for tinsel, and gravy for glitter and I think we’re on to a … [Read more...] about How would you design your very own Christmas themed game?
By Jenna Anderson - December 20, 2018 11:14 am EST Share 10 Comments 10 The Arrowverse's "Elseworlds" crossover concluded on a major high note -- but it left a pretty major question unanswered. Major spoilers for tonight's episode of Supergirl, "Elseworlds Part 3", below! The episode saw Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), and Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) in an entirely new predicament, as Dr. John Deegan (Jeremy Davies) decided to manipulate reality in his favor once again, turning himself into an evil version of Superman (Tyler Hoechlin). Barry and Kara agreed to race around the Earth in separate directions, as a way to stop time and therefore stop Deegan from rewriting reality. Oliver knew that that option would kill the heroes, which led to him confronting The Monitor (LaMonica Garrett), asking what would need to be done to change Barry and Kara's destiny and leave them alive to help stop the oncoming "crisis". The Monitor … [Read more...] about “Elseworlds”: What Deal Did Oliver Make With The Monitor?
By Russ Burlingame - December 6, 2019 02:13 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 Clay Staub, a regular Zack Snyder collaborator who served as the aerial second assistant director on the Justice League shoot, shared a new image of Batman (Ben Affleck) sitting on horseback. It seems to be from his journey to find Aquaman (Jason Momoa) in the film, and as fans have noted, looks and feels more like the Seven Samurai-inspired journey into the wilderness that Snyder had teased for Batman, rather than the fairly perfunctory "getting the gang together" sequence that ended up in the theatrical cut of Justice League when it was released just over two years ago with major changes made to the original film by Joss Whedon. Staub is the latest in an ongoing parade of actors, crew members, and even studio executives to throw their social media voice behind releasing Snyder's vision of the Justice League film. On the two-year anniversary of the film's release, almost every key player … [Read more...] about New Justice League Still Reveals Batman on a Horse in the Snyder Cut