This week on Error! Report, we discuss the purpose of the Caped Crusader, his larger fandom, and what comics represent in today’s media landscape.
I had an odd relationship with NetherRealm’s new fighting game since the time it was announced to the time of its release. The idea of a gritty fighting game starring the DC heroes and villains was interesting. The lack of the developer’s signature ultra-violence was disheartening and it seemed like the game was going to fall to the wayside as Mortal Kombat 9 with a DC skin. After getting the game earlier than expected because of my need for a fightstick, I can gladly report that Injustice: Gods Among Us offers enough fresh hooks and ridiculous moments to set it apart within the fighting genre.
Video games have been one of the fastest growing entertainment forms ever. This hasn’t gone unnoticed by other types of entertainment such as TV and movies, and almost without fail, any time a major blockbuster is being released or a show gains enough popularity, a video game adaption is not far behind. In the past these adaptions have almost always been written off as poor representations of the source material, while lacking in overall quality. With some more of the recent releases and trends in the gaming industry, could bad video game adaptions be a thing of the past?
Happy Halloween! As a special bonus video, I decided to grab my sister (Who scares easily) and have her play the viral hit Slender. I am personally terrified of Slenderman and she’s easily scared, so […]