Alice heads down to Grand Prix Melbourne to check out the largest Magic: The Gathering tournment every played in Australia with over 900 players! She talks to commentator Marshall Sutcliffe and artist Noah Bradley about the game, competitive play and art. Check it out.
In this month's Graphic Content, the boys have a serious hard on for Garth Ennis as they review Crossed and PunisherMAX. Jason chats to Colourist and Writer Brian Buccellato (The Flash) and Colin Wilson is our Aussie Spotlight. Darren (Gifts for the Geek) is back to show us some more goodies and the age old question is answered – When's Marvel?
Virtual reality company Oculus VR has reported to have been acquired by the social media giant known as Facebook for $2 billion USD.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to social media as he made the big reveal and discussed the potential to create “completely new kinds of experiences,” alluding to what virtual reality could offer to the social networking platform. Examples included manipulating a dynamic field of view at live sports matches, attending classroom lectures remotely and plenty more.
This week on New Game Plus, we head on down to South Park for a review of The Stick of Truth, shoot down the undead in Jane Wild and schwing into a Strider review. We've even got a very special anime segment and a look at some more Japan Film Festival films. All this, plus more, on Episode 94 of New Game Plus.
This week on New Game Plus, we steal a verdict on Thief, witness the return of Dracula in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, take a look at The Lego Movie & The Raid, and compete in a Magic GP with Planeswalkers Plus. All this, plus an exciting competition, on Episode 93 of New Game Plus!
Jason has an extended chat with Burnie, Gus and Jack from Rooster Teeth. Filmed at PAXAU 2013.
Jason and Kirsty talk about two films they saw at the Japanese Film Festival – The Devil's Path and A Boy Called H.
Jason interviews Nicolas Cantin, the Art Director of Thief (Eidos Montreal).
Don checks out a couple of rather interesting Indie titles in this month's wrap.
Brad looks back at some classic '90s anime.