The next in a long line of outstanding animated films from DC Comics/Warner Bros., War should be a good watch whenever it drops in 2014. Kinda weird seeing Superman and Wonder Woman in not-so-traditional costumes though, and Shazam basically replaces Aquaman in this film.
On the eve of the 2013-2014 NBA season’s tipoff, Pepsi drops the latest chapter in their popular promos with Kyrie, aka Uncle Drew.
The new commercials are popping up and b-ball is back. Good times.
Promos for the movie have amped up now that the holidays are approaching. Hopefully it doesn’t disappoint like some of the other 2013 releases thus far.
For the sake of not being biased for 2K like I have been for over a decade, I decided to wait and see what EA Sports could deliver now that they finally have their own sim on its feet again. I mean, let’s think of the big picture: they haven’t released a pro b-ball sim since 2009 and Live is only for next gen consoles. They had years to remake and reimagine their franchise. It had to be good this time, right? What could possibly go wrong?
Well, you can see for yourselves above.
Easily one of the coolest things on the web this week, this animated short highlights Superman’s evolution over the past 75 years. Along with the classic OG Superman movie theme, the newer Man of Steel theme by Hans Zimmer is also heard.
Besides the pre-alpha footage at E3 and the small tidbits in the launch trailer, next gen footage has been scarce. This is the most solid example so far of what the game looks like on next gen consoles. Excited?
Rastaclat linked up with the one and only Shay Maria to showcase their upcoming holiday line. The brand is expanding beyond their signature bracelets and, for the first time ever, will be supplying snapbacks and campers in their latest collection.
Keep your yours open for new products over on rastaclat.com in the upcoming weeks.
It isn’t quite as memorable as hearing “The Dynasty” last year in 2K13’s commercial, but 2K brought back KRS-One’s “Step Into A World” for this year’s TV spot. Unfortunately that means you can expect to see a lot of kids on Youtube flooding comments of the video saying “NBA 2K14!!” or “2K brought me here.” Blah.
This is also the first next-gen footage we’ve seen since that pre-alpha teaser at E3. Real LeBron switches back and forth to Next-Gen LeBron, so you’ll have to keep a real close eye at seeing the difference.
2K14 drops this week on October 1st. This week is also the beginning of training camp. B-ball is back.