It’s really a shame FINAL FANTASY XV had to be announced so early. I know it was technically announced extremely late, as it’s been in development for almost a decade as FINAL FANTASY Versus XIII, but when you make as large of a splash as the title did last year when there’s still so much time to go in development things are going to get rough. As a result, fans have been clamoring for any and all bits of new media or news to fuel their beliefs that we could get the game either late this year or next year and frankly, the news has been a little dry. But now, to celebrate the PS4’s launch in Japan, there is a new trailer out for FINAL FANTASY XV and it looks utterly splendid. Hit the jump to check it out.
I have to admit when I first heard that The Hobbit was in development I was semi-excited, but not really looking forward to it. Even the first trailer was good, but not something to lose your mind over.
Then came this second trailer, which actually shows almost all brand-new content. Consider me excited once more. Hit the jump to check it out.
At the Fan Expo Toronto today (Sunday, August 26th), DC Comics has announced another new title for 2013: Justice League of America. Hit the jump for all the details, including the full art of the team’s roster by series artist David Finch, some comments from series writer Geoff Johns, and what this could possibly mean for the future of the DC Universe.
After weeks of rumors, it seems that Tony Daniel is indeed stepping down from Detective Comics after issue #12. Replacing him is the new creative team of John Layman, author of Chew, and artist Jason Fabok (who recently crushed it with the first Batman annual). Hit the jump for all the details and a full look at the cover.
The kid in me is extremely happy right now. Fans of the old Teen Titans cartoon on Cartoon Network in the 90s can rejoice today, as it seems the positive response to the Teen Titans shorts on DC Nation has led to the show’s glorious return. Hit the jump for all the details.
When I first heard about the new Looney Tunes series that was being started up, marketed as the same familiar spirit of the past with the animation of today, I was hesitant and pretty much wrote it off as bad before watching a single episode. After seeing this clip, I have to admit I may have been wrong. This Merrie Melody, which is embedded after the jump, shows a day in the life of Daffy Duck and his wizardly ways, backed by a perfect parody of a geeky power metal ballad. Check it out below.