The final part in the first ANTiFanboy video podcasts is upon us! I hope everyone enjoyed this and we’d love to hear all sorts of ideas...
We did it! We made it through February. That means I must choose a Game of the Month for February. If you read (or skimmed) the last one I wrote up, I recap what I played for the month and then pick so you get to see my thought process. You’ll also see that it’s not just new games that came out that month as I chose Modern Warfare 3 as my game of January 2012 since I played it the most because most people got the game for Christmas/Kwanukah. I will also be giving a 1 through 5 rating to any new game releases though as these are essentially mini-reviews. Why 1 through 5? Because 1 through 10 is such a lopsided system and so many people become blind over flaws in the $60 dollar game they plopped down that every game becomes an 8 through 10 no matter how much of a let down it is. *koff koff*
Pro Wrestling and comic books seem to go hand in hand. Both are positively augmented by well developed characters, have been around for decades…and lets face it, both have some pretty smelly, awkward neck-beard wielding fans. However, one of the strongest similarities is how overwhelming it can be to try to get into. With characters who change so frequently it is difficult for a new comer to understand exactly what is going on.
Thankfully however, the internet is a thing that will forever keep me busy. I saw a bunch of cool trailers for both film and video games. DC is basically Mavel circa early 2000s bankruptcy with the alarming rate it is giving it’s TV rights away to. The ANTiFangirl talks Leftovers, new staff writer Maggie recaps Doctor Who and the ANTiFanboys give their impressions on the new Smash Bros demo. All that and more after the jump!
Lots of cool stuff happened this week. The Family of Jack Kirby estate settling with Marvel. Also, Destiny players just can’t seem to quit loot caves as an attempt to fix loot on their own. All that and more after the jump!
CM Punk is an interesting guy. Firstly, his name is actually Phil Brooks but no one calls him that anymore, secondly he sort of loves a...