Author Archive | Daniel S. Liuzzi

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Launch Trailer For ‘Vampyr’ To Celebrate Game’s Release Next Week

Next week, on June 5th, DontNod and Focus Home Interactive’s new game “Vampyr” will hit shelves. To celebrate next week’s launch, the official launch trailer for the game was released today. In “Vampyr”, players take control of Dr. Jonathan Reid, a prominent surgeon who specializes in blood transfusions, who recently has become a vampire. Reid […]

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Exit the Vault In ‘Fallout: 76’

Bethesda Game Studios knows how to tease fans when it comes to their favorite game series, especially when it comes to “Fallout”, the post-apocalyptic first-person shooter that takes players into an alternate timeline where the United States suffered a nuclear holocaust. Yesterday, a teaser trailer for the latest installment of the gaming franchise was released, […]

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The Rats Are Coming In ‘A Plague Tale: Innocence’

Asobo Studios and Focus Home Interactive will be taking gamers to Fourteenth-century France during the Black Plague in their upcoming emotionally driven game, “A Plage Tale: Innocence”     The story centers on orphaned siblings, Amicia and her little brother Hugo, who are caught up in the middle of the horrors of the Plague as […]

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‘Call Of Cthulhu’ Game: Understanding The Madness

Sometime in 2018, the most anticipated pole playing horror game will bring new cosmic horrors to gamers everywhere, “The Call Of Cthulhu”. The game, from Cyanide Studio, is an adaptation of the RPG boardgame based on the famed short story written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1926 before being published in 1928. Players will take on […]

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‘The Terror’ May Be Back For Season 2

Fans of the show “The Terror” may be curious as to how the story will continue after the beautifully heartrending end to the fictionalized account of the lost Franklin Expedition. Well as it turns out according to an interview with TV Guide, Soo Hugh states that “The Terror” series was greenlit by AMC as an […]

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‘The Terror’ Sails Into The Sunset

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! (Non-Spoilers afterward)     Tonight was the season finale of the first and possibly last season of AMC’s series, The Terror. The show followed the fictionalized account of the doomed Franklin Expedition based on the novel of the same name written by Dan Simmons, where the stranded English crew must face an […]

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The Four Horsemen Can’t Enjoy Retirement In Webtoon, ‘Apocalyptic Horseplay’

What do you get when you have a cantankerous motley crew like the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in retirement, a nosey journalist student, and the antichrist rolled into one story? You get the Webtoon Apocalyptic Horseplay by artist Boredman. The story follows Angela, a former journalist student who’s trying to make a name for […]

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‘My Name Is Death’, The Perfect Dark Humor Webtoon

Again on Line Webtoon, I’ve discovered a little gem, a comic by Spanish artist Rumbo (Josué Rumbo) titled My name is Death. The comic follows the grim reaper himself and the shenanigans that arise as he works.     Death himself looks a bit different from what we think of him, he’s a little guy […]

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‘The House That Jack Built’ Sparks Walkouts At Cannes

Danish Director Lars Von Trier made his returns to the Cannes film festival after a seven-year ban for a controversial remark made at his last appearance where he jokingly said he sympathized with Adolf Hitler. Trier showcased his latest film, The House That Jack Built. The movie stars Matt Dillon as a serial killer named […]

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