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SHAZAM! is DC’s Next Movie To Film

by Todd Blackon August 17, 2017
The DCEU hasn’t always been the most stable thing in terms of production. Case and point, after Justice League premieres in November, there won’t be a DCEU film until December of 2018 with Aquaman. What’s more, the Flash film has been constantly delayed, and the director chair keeps getting vacated, there’s infinite amounts of rumors […]

Disney’s Hollywood Studios: 3rd Party’s Over

by Johnny Capson August 1, 2017
D23, the Disney celebration held every two years, had scores of announcements, many of which have been covered here. One thing that I noticed hasn’t gotten much coverage, though, is that The Great Movie Ride, one of the very last attractions left from 1989, back when the park opened as Disney-MGM Studios, will be closing […]

Lessons I’ve Learned From 80s Movies

by Johnny Capson July 6, 2017
This December, I’ll be turning 35. My date of birth was December 22nd, 1982, and I started becoming aware of my surroundings in 1987, around the time I was 4 and 1/2 years old. I had no idea at that young age that the pop culture of the decade I was born in would become […]

Sonic Forces

E3 2017: Sonic Forces Gameplay Preview

by Jeffrey Harrison June 22, 2017
Sonic the Hedgehog has been through many ups and downs over the years. SEGA’s mascot has had his fair share of duds over the years, but he usually manages to bounce back. The 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game was greatly maligned, and the franchise was able to survive that and have a great comeback. In […]

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

E3 2017: Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Preview

by Jeffrey Harrison June 22, 2017
During this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, Square Enix had Dissidia Final Fantasy NT on full display for gamers in attendance. The demo at the Square Enix booth was fully playable, so players could finally get a real taste of this arcade-style brawler. Fans of the original Dissidia Final Fantasy games for the PlayStation Portable will […]

Is There a Future for Grand Theft Auto Online?

by Eileen Cruzon April 5, 2017
Since launching in 2013, Grand Theft Auto Online has gone from charming GTA multiplayer add-on to money-making juggernaut, netting Rockstar and publisher Take-Two Interactive hundreds of millions of dollars. Last year, former Rockstar North President Leslie Benzies sued Take-Two for $150 million in unpaid royalties. The lawsuit revealed that Grand Theft Auto Online has generated […]

Best Of Steam Greenlight: March 2017

by Authoron March 31, 2017
Every month, Pop Geeks looks through the extensive entries to Steam Greenlight – some of which we may have already reported on – and brings you some of the best indie games that are worthy of your attention, all in a listicle form counting down to our favorite. From horror games, to RPGs, and puzzle solvers […]

Best Of #ScreenshotSaturday: March 2017

by Authoron March 31, 2017
Every month, Pop Geeks looks through the extensive entries to #ScreenshotSaturday – screenshots of games that are posted to Facebook and Twitter every Saturday under the #Screenshot Saturday banner – and brings you some of the best indie games that are worthy of your attention, all in a listicle form counting down to our favorite. Welcome to […]

Best Of Kickstarter: March 2017

by Authoron March 30, 2017
Every month, Pop Geeks looks through the extensive entries to Kickstarter – some of which we may have already reported on – and brings you some of the best indie games that are worthy of your attention, all in a listicle form counting down to our favorite. From horror games, to RPGs, and puzzle solvers to […]

Could The Switch Bring Nintendo Into The Console Wars?

by Authoron March 10, 2017
When many gamers hear the term ‘Console Wars,’ they normally think of the everlasting battle between Sony and Microsoft, with the pair constantly releasing better and better versions of the PlayStation and Xbox respectively. And that’s not even including those who label themselves as part of the ‘PC Master Race.’ However, with the release of […]

Will The Nintendo Switch Be A Repeat Of The Wii U?

by Authoron February 28, 2017
The Wii U was released five years ago now, and by most standards, it was an unmitigated disaster; promises from Nintendo went unfulfilled, players had to wait much longer than originally thought in order for new games to be released, and overall, the Wii U was pretty much a sub-par console. It’s why Nintendo hasn’t […]

Best Of Steam Greenlight: February 2017

by Authoron February 28, 2017
Every month, Pop Geeks looks through the extensive entries to Steam Greenlight – some of which we may have already reported on – and brings you some of the best indie games that are worthy of your attention, all in a listicle form counting down to our favorite. From horror games, to RPGs, and puzzle solvers […]