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Its the 21st night of September, do you remember? This week we have the takeaways from Tokyo Game Show, Twitch has a lot of problems on its hands, GTA VI got leaked, and Nvidia announces the RTX 4000 series. Meanwhile, Halo season 2 starts production, Amazon is making a Blade Runner show, and Andor completely blows me away. In Hollywood, WB and DC continue to make strange decisions, Sony delays some movies, and Lucasfilm scares the internet.
Mhmm I'm Mr. Frundles! That's Right Rick and Morty are back and destroying another universe! Is Halo Infinite in trouble? if you ask content creators, its a yes, if you ask me its a maybe? Gamepass is growing, PS5 is shrinking, and its time to go back to Night City Samurai! Netflix is in a rush to beat Disney+ and Rosario wants back into the MCU. Meanwhile Rings of Power defies all of my expectations.
The Big Chungus will never be forgotten, as WB Games has registered a trademark in his honor. Video Game TV shows are coming, and we shouldn't have to wait very long. Lower Deck's Returns and doesn't pull any punches, while House of the Dragon brings back the intrigue and drama Westeros is known for. Meanwhile Axel Foley is back and I couldn't be happier.
Gamescom is upon us, and that means gaming announcements geared toward the European Market. But it also means, tons of sweet new game trailers and announcements. Destiny 2 is heading for a huge 2023, Madden 23 has some issues, and WB is up to its normal shenanigans, meanwhile our return to Westeros is better then we thought.
HULLO! This week is full of misadventures, and also ads another chapter to the ongoing drama at WarnerBros-Discovery. That is just the well that keeps on giving. Disney is set to have its first ever games showcase at D23. Steve Martin may hang up his hat, and we know when the Rings of Power will premier!
More woes for the WB as they continue to seem clueless in regards to HBO Max and DC Films. Is the Snyderverse back? Is it the multiverse now? Will the flash bring flashpoint? Honestly it seems like no one knows. Meanwhile the streaming wars are heating up, and the video game industry is prepping for Gamescom.
Well I'm thoroughly convinced Warner Bro's has no idea how to run film franchises anymore. As Batgirl has been shelved, potentially forever, and I mean forever. PlayStation kills a feature no one ever used, Streaming heats up this August, and the Arrowverse may have a end date.
Comic-Con has come and gone, how did yall feel about it, because Marvel came to play, while DC is still just trying to figure itself out? Star Trek laid on the nostalgia, and Keanu pulled no punches. Meanwhile, that KoToR Remake isn't coming out anytime soon.
If the title isn't clear, this is a PlayStation news heavy week. Not all news, but a good chunk. EA is making waves with a new Skate Announcement. LEGO has a few big announcements up its sleeve, that's what she said! Amazon and HBO Max aren't pulling any punches with new trailer drops. Netflix is double down on its password enforcement. And was the movement to restore the Snyderverse all a ruse? That and more in this weeks episode.
Snoochie Boochies! Dante and Randall are back! Clerks III is coming and I cant wait! Also we finally have an official release date for God of War Ragnarok. Andor is coming in hot, and The Duffer Brothers are expanding their power at Netflix.
This week continues the not E3 news, like and overview of Overwatch 2, and news about the Final Fantasy VII Remake part 2. Activision investigates itself, and also cancels a guaranteed blockbuster. Is a Jon Snow spinoff really necessary at HBO? Because HBO thinks so. Obi-Wan Kenobi ends in a perfect way. Meanwhile Sony is continuing to push its Non Spidey, Spidey Films, Top Gun Maverick is TC's best preforming movie, and Buzz lightyear fails to draw a crowd.
Summer Game fest was in full swing this weekend, and we go over just about every game announced. Which is probably the last time ill ever do that again, lol. We also have a review of Jurassic World Dominion; hint, its not as bad as the internet would have you believe. Also other gaming news, and movie news. As well as reviews for Obi-Wan Kenobi episode 5, and Ms. Marvel episode 2.
There is definitely a noticeable difference when E3 doesn't happen. Yet the gaming worlds keeps trucking. Sony dropped their state of play last week, which revelated Street Fighter 6 to the world. Sonic decided to stop by and announce new licensing deals. CoD is coming back with a vengeance. Netflix hosts its annual Geeked Week, and the CW is just idk man. Meanwhile Top Gun continues its dominance, Joker 2 is a real thing, and Beavis and Butthead Return!
Yes we are on the Eve of Star Wars Celebration, and that means talking about star wars as little as possible until after the show. But no worries, we have Mission Impossible to talk about, and Stranger Things, Umbrella Academy, Pokémon and more.
If the title didn't give it away, this will, Christopher Walken is joining Dune Pt. 2, and that's honestly the coolest thing I've heard this week. Starfield is delayed, and Fall Guys finally releases. Meanwhile, The Boys promises more action in Season 3, She-Hulk is thirsty, and Rick and Morty are going Anime. Star Wars is shifting focus to TV and Spinal Tap isn't done turning things up to 11.