Indie Spotlight: Turbo Dismount

By Chase StreetmanThere simply aren’t enough games that are just silly fun. Sure, there are titles like Hatoful Boyfriend that take the quirky dial and turns it so hard that it breaks clean off and flies into space, but even those have some sort of narrative or endgame.There’s not enough games that are just toys.Turbo Dismount, by Secret Exit,is a toy.


Clementine Action Figure Announced

Skybound Entertainment revealed at New York Comic-Con that a Clementine, from Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead, action figure will be made by McFarlane Toys.McFarlane Toys has made numerous action figures based off The Walking Dead.


Bargain Bin Games: Vanquish

Cost: 20+ Hours and $10-12Year: 2010Have you ever wanted to be an ex-football player turned military research assistant who fights Russian space robots in a colony orbiting the moon while sliding around on his knees using rocket boosters?If you happen to have such strangely specific interests then Vanquish is the game for you.Directed by Shinji Mikami (known for Resident Evil 4, Shadows of the Damned, and the upcoming The Evil Within) and developed by Platinum Games in October 2010, Vanquish is a third person shooter that emphasizes fast mobility to stand out in the cover-based shooter genre.You take control of Sam Gideon.


If She Be Worthy

Most people don’t usually watch The View to find out about comics, but that was where Marvel chose to announce that the new Thor would be a woman.


Samus to appear in Monster Hunter 4G

Samus, the protagonist of the Metroid series, will be playable in the Monster Hunter 4G as a side quest. Players will be able to play the heroine in either her Varia suit or Zero suit and she will come armed with giant weapons.Monster Hunter 4G for Nintendo 3DS is a further improved edition of the 2013 Monster Hunter 4 which has not been released in the west.The game is planned to launch in North America and Europe with the title Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate early in 2015.


Robert Downey Jr. Confirms Iron Man 4 Plans

On a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Robert Downey Jr. talked about negotiations for a fourth Iron Man movie."I know there's gonna be a bunch more Marvel movies and...they have big ideas of how to do it best, and we're in the middle of negotiations, and blah blah blah..." he said in the interview with Ellen. She responded with “So, yes?” and his reply was “Okay. Yes.”This news comes conflicting from the reports exactly a month ago saying a fourth movie was not even being considered.Robert Downey Jr. was the star of the previous three Iron Man movies as leading character, Tony Stark. He also played this character in the Avengers movie and is scheduled to play him in the upcoming sequels.No other information about a fourth Iron Man movie is known at this time.

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