Shadow of War Controversial DLC + Cena Visits Nintendo + Twitter Gets Double Characters

News Roundups: Shadow of War Controversial DLC + Cena Visits Nintendo + Twitter Gets Double Characters

It's a hump news day! Warner Bros finally responds to their controversial donation DLC, Super Mario Odyssey gets the Digital Foundry treatment, John Cena is partnering up with Nintendo for a mysterious project, the Ataribox costs way too much money, Blade Runner 2049 has glowing first impressions, and more!

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  • Exodus2791 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    The last time Cena partnered up with Nintendo: "We got a silly video of he Switch floating in mid air in lots of places."  Honestly. Be meme consistent.

  • VaultHunter26 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 months ago

    If the paid movie critics absolutely love the new Bladerunner then chances are I am probably not going to like it as much. Who knows though. Occassionally I agree with them on some movies but not the majority. 

  • EricHVela FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Eric Hohoho! Vela

    2 months ago

    I'm concerned about the extras for Bladerunner that one can see outside of the movie, like the moment when the new Replicant series blacked out everything and erased all data in LA a few years after the first movie and also explains the new corporation that created the new series and the violence committed upon Replicants causing them to erase all databases of them with this blackout operation which is supposedly an important backstory point for the new movie.


    I really prefer movies to be self-contained. Hopefully, these external things are truly optional, unlike some other movies where you could only make sense of the movie by digging up stuff online outside of the theat[er/re]. I really don't want to play scavenger hunt with movies to understand them, and having to do research before the movie runs the risk of having an incomplete theat[re/er] experience if you miss something. Crossing my fingers that by missing out on the short movies and animations won't affect the theatrical experience.