Riding the high of the rise (and fall) of the recently released Suicide Squad, NetherRealm Studios has revealed the latest trailer for Injustice 2 featuring Harley Quinn and Deadshot.
Daily Archives : April 24, 2017
As you probably know by now, Samsung has stopped selling the Note 7 completely and you never know which one will explode next. If you have one then it’s time to fork it over. Samsung is issuing refunds so I can’t imagine the process will be very difficult. They need to make it easy to not have anyone sue them and really put a lid on this fire before it gets worse.
It’s true that Volume 2: The Far Reaching Tentacles of N’Rygoth has been out for a while, but with volume three hitting shelves April 19, we figured it was time to go back and address the goodness of volume two to get you excited. You can also check out our review of volume one.
Pokémon Go has had some highs and lows since the app’s release this summer. One of the most annoying bugs to the system was the tracking feature in the game that was supposed to allow you to hunt down nearby Pokémon. This feature became extremely buggy and Niantic decided to completely wipe it without a word to anyone. It wasn’t until people were spamming Niantic’s social media accounts and anything Pokémon Go related online that Niantic finally came forward and stated they were working on a solution to fix the tracking feature for its best utilization.
A sneak peek of the upcoming animated movie for Batman: The Killing Joke was posted this morning, much to the excitement of nerds everywhere.
Nintendo has announced on their Facebook page that the NES is coming back to stores. They’re calling it the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition.
Lenovo showed off a bunch of new laptops and tablets at this year’s IFA, including its Lenovo Yoga 900 series (now Lenovo 910), but one took the show with it’s the unique design that blurs the line between laptop and tablet more than ever — the Lenovo Yoga Book.
DC isn’t exactly new to the YA game (check out Lois Lane: Fallout from Gwenda Bond), but this time they are teaming up with Random House Books to release four official cannon YA novels. And they are bringing in some heavy YA hitters for the job.