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I am a big fan of the Rampage video game series. I played the original game, Rampage World Tour, Rampage Universal Tour and Rampage Total Destruction. You had the 3 monsters: George the Gorilla, Ralph the Wolf, and Lizzie the Lizard. In the new 2018 movie, George is an albino gorilla. Ralph is a flying wolf, and Lizzie is a mutated crocodile. Dwayne Johnson plays Davis, a primatologist who takes care of George. He communicates with George through sign-language. When a genetic chemical made in a space lab crash lands, George, Ralph and Lizzie come in contact with it, and the people responsible are located in Chicago. George is from San Diego, Ralph, the Midwest, and Lizzie is from Florida from the Gulf Coast area. I know that they got George right, except for the albinoism but I think they did that to avoid copyright lawsuits from whoever owns the rights to King Kong. Ralph and Lizzie ended up being mutants. Ralph could fly And Lizzie is one big scary freak of nature. This movie has some humour. The action was non-stop. The movie was really cheesy, weird and I love it. The plot was different from the games. But that's not a bad thing as the plot for the movie worked for what it was and it's not like the games were never cheesy and weird in the first place. Overall I enjoyed the movie, it's the most fun I've had in the cinema in years. Also for those of you who hated Godzilla 2014 because it was too dark to see the monsters fight, well this movies got you covered as the monster fights happen in the middle of the day so you can see the whole thing. Which is good for Kaiju fans such as myself.

Overall I give Rampage 9/10
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Finally Megaman Legacy Collection 1 and 2 are coming to the switch. So if your a megaman fan and you don't already own these games on other systems or if you wanted to take them on the go with you. You can finally get them on your switch.

As if that was not enough we are also getting Megaman X 1-8 on all systems. Switch, ps4, xbox one and Steam. So if you ever wanted to replay those games or take them on the go with your switch, now you can.

Finally Capcom announced a brand new Megaman game Megaman 11. It will be released on all systems just like the Megaman X games. It seems to play like all the other classic Megaman games but with modern graphics instead of sticking with the 8-bit gimmick that Megaman 9 and 10 used, not that it was a bad thing but I'm glad they are updating the graphics while keeping the traditional gameplay. Also Megaman has his charge shot and slide back, unlike Megaman 9 and 10 where they removed them for no good reason.

This is all I asked for and more.

Thank you Capcom.
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I have just seen the mlp movie and as a brony myself, I want to give my thoughts on what I think of the movie and the basic plotline of the movie. In case your wondering this will contain no spoilers. With that in mind let's get on with the review.

The plot is that the mane 6 and all the other ponies are trying to arrange a friendship festival, only to be attacked by the Storm King's army, which is lead by a unicorn with a broken horn named Shadow Tempest. The Storm King want's the power of the four Princesses to advance his evil scheme. To save Equestria, the mane 6 travel to far off lands, meet new characters, and discover the truth behind some lingering mysteries.

My Little Pony The Movie is, quite honestly, one of the best animated movies I have seen this year. It runs at a brisk pace, with enough story, song, and slapstick to keep the kids entertained. Even if your children aren't familiar with the TV show, they're bound to find themselves getting into the story, as it's easy enough for them to understand, while at the same time deeper than most would expect.

But what about the adults? Well, there's enough charm in My Little Pony The Movie that'll undoubtedly win over the more grown-up members in the audience. Which is a good thing, considering that My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic has a pretty vocal adult fanbase that'll be watching this movie with their attention fully invested. 

My Little Pony The Movie is definitely a hit, as it mixes nostalgic storytelling with modern entertainment, to create a truly magical comedy adventure for all the family to enjoy.

I give it 8/10
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EA: Boring

Microsoft: The only games that caught my eye were Dragonball Fighter Z and Super Lucky's Tale.

Bethesda: Boring

Ubisoft: The only games that caught my eye were Mario+Rabbids and South Park The Fractured But Whole.

Sony: The only games that caught my eye were Marvel vs Capcom infinite, Detroit: Become Human and Spider-Man.

Nintendo: Without a doubt the best of the bunch. The games I am looking forward to playing from this showing are:
              
               Super Mario Odyssey
               Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowsers Minions
               Mario+Rabbids again
               Yoshi
               Kirby
               Metroid Prime 4
               Metroid Samus Returns
               Fire Emblem Warriors
               Xenoblade Chronicles 2
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BvS is not a perfect viewing experience and yet it is nowhere near the disaster the haters make it out to be.

Starting with the battle of Metropolis from Man of Steel, BvS introduces an older and increasingly violent Batman obsessed with stopping Superman, an alien worshipped as a god by some and deemed a global threat by others, including Lex Luthor.

Both heroes are being manipulated by Lex Luthor for his own agenda while Diana Prince shadows the proceedings for her own purposes before revealing herself as Wonder Woman.

BvS is filled with various characters talking, and pondering, with bursts of superhero action until its third act. It’s mostly however a straightforward drama.

Kids wanting to see Batman and Superman fighting may be disappointed they have to sit through so much soul searching and politics to get to the action. Like it or not Warner Bros is going to need to win the kids and families if they're going to compete with Marvel Studios at the box office. The Nolan Batman films were also drama driven but they were also focused on a solo, reality based hero so that approach largely worked. But when you have Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman in the same movie then you expect more interactions between them in costume.

Batman is absolutely brutal and Affleck really nails it as both Batman and Bruce Wayne. He’s a physical powerhouse, the serious businessman, an obsessive authoritarian, and a relentless detective. Affleck is the best thing about BvS, instantly making the character of Batman his own. I look forward to seeing him in future DC movies.

While Batfleck may steal the show, Cavill’s Superman is the heart of the story. He’s trying to do the right thing, but for every action he takes their is an even greater reaction. However, there’s an early sequence of an incident in Africa that’s repeatedly brought up as an example of Superman being a menace to others, but it never quite holds up and is a convoluted subplot that seems to exist merely to give Lois Lane something to do in the movie.

Gal Gadot turned out to be a fine choice as Wonder Woman, however her screen time was limited. The decision to introduce Diana Prince as a Woman of Mystery was a smart choice and she has good chemistry with Affleck. Unfortunately, she doesn't really have any interactions with Clark Kent or Superman until the final battle scene with Doomsday.

Jesse Eisenberg's performance as Lex Luthor was awful. He was the worst part in the movie, but thankfully he didn't ruin the film for me despite how miscast he was.

The movie does a good job at setting up the future Justice League movie, but it’s not really the focus of the movie. It has glimpses of Aquaman, Flash, and Cyborg, but between that and the introduction of Wonder Woman it’s all handled very simply and efficiently. BvS is ultimately focused on Batman and Superman, with Wonder Woman popping in and out until the final battle.

8/10
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This movie is fast-paced and funny and filled with special effects and humour as great as any recent Marvel movie. I had more fun watching Ant-man than I did watching Avengers age of ultron. Ant-man for me was a pretty good movie, sure it was not as good as guardians of the galaxy but it was a very good movie with a good plot, very good comedy and surprising cameos which I will not spoil for you (encase you have not seen it yet, yes I know I'm very late), I don't have a lot to say without spoiling things so all i need to say is watch the movie because its a great marvel movie, micheal pena was hilarrious and wait for the after credit scenes.




8/10
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This movie is fun. After a heart breaking beginning everything goes a bit daft, mixing sci fi action with larger than life characters, and whilst at first you may be a little puzzled, it all turns into a simple plot soon enough. Basically, Star Lord has a plot device, and other characters also want the plot device. He forms an alliance with a bunch of unique characters who each have their own reason for helping him. To go into more detail really isn't that necessary, as all it will involve is laying out a roster of names and personal grievances, and you'll get all that when you watch the film.

The movie looks beautiful throughout. The Ship designs are fantastic. It may seem odd that a 2014 state of the art sci fi movie will have a 1970's chart soundtrack, but the inclusion of The Runaways, Rupert Holmes and, of course, Blue Swede's "Hooked On A Feeling" is well explained.

So in a nutshell this is a very good movie. It's packed with fun and enjoyable characters.

Guardians Of The Galaxy is right up there with the rest of Marvel's cinematic movies, making a clear mark by being different to anything else we've seen so far.

9/10
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Worst movie in the series.

All acting except for Mark Wahlberg was terrible.
The transformation effects in this one felt lazy, especially the lego Transformers (the man made ones).
The plot was worse then Revenge of the Fallen.
Action scenes were impressive and I liked the new transformer designs. However the plot and lazy effects ruin what little good I had to say about this movie.

It's a shame because I happen to enjoy the first 3 films, but I really really hate this one. I hope the new TMNT movie will be better then this.

1/10
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The Legend of Zelda has forever stayed close to its heritage. There’s always a hero garbed in green, always a Princess to fight for, always a malevolent force, a coming of age and sense of adventure.

A Link Between Worlds stays remarkably close to one of its precursors. This first original Zelda for 3DS has been billed as a sequel to the 1992’s A Link to the Past. Lovingly recreating the map, structure and polygonal aesthetic from its predecessor. Link will come across the same bosses in dungeons located in the same areas and even some of its secrets are hidden in familiar places.

A Link to the Past is one of the all-time best Zelda games, a top-down journey between parallel worlds in a quest to banish evil. For veterans, A Link Between Worlds brings the sweet thrill of nostalgia, returning to favourite haunts such as Death Mountain and I envy the newcomers, taking their first steps into this version of Hyrule, a fantasy world that formed a very fond part of my childhood. But A Link Between Worlds isn’t simply an exercise in reminiscence, with some key deviations from the Zelda formula forging an identity of its own.

The core remains familiar. Hyrule is in danger from a new malevolent force, this time from Yuga, whose obsession with beauty has him entrapping Hyrule’s hierarchy in murals. The quest to save Hyrule falls to Link, a lazy blacksmith apprentice who, in time honoured tradition, must conquer three dungeons and reclaim the Master Sword, before travelling to a dark mirror world to conquer seven more.

In between you are encouraged to explore the over world of Hyrule, meeting its people and hunting out its secrets. While A Link Between Worlds sticks close to the basic Zelda structure, it is a leaner, freer game than its predecessors. Rather than finding Link’s equipment within dungeons in a set order, most of the game’s items can be rented or bought from a shop owned by Ravio. So you can rent out your boomerang, bow or hookshot from the very beginning for 50 rupees and use them to uncover Hyrule’s secrets whenever you find them. If you are defeated, your rented items return to Ravio and you have to stump up the cash again, or buy them outright for around 800 rupees.

Not all items are available from the start, with Ravio getting in new stock as the game progresses, and some key items are found in the field so Nintendo keep some control over the game’s pacing. The effect of this is felt most keenly when you reach the game’s second act in the dark world of Lorule, with the seven dungeons available to tackle in almost any order you choose.

This doesn’t mean that actually exploring the dungeons is not a joy. Far from it. Any issues you may have with the shift in structure are swept away by the fact the dungeons are some of the best level designs in a top-down Zelda and often hits a series high, particularly in terms of environmental puzzles. Using the sand-rod to throw up pillars of sand to link broken bridges. Tip-toeing across tight-rope thin walkways that cross each other in a stone spider-web. Finding entrances in the mud of the forest that drop you into secret areas of its underground dungeon.

Like all Zelda games, there are a litany of one-shot ideas peppered throughout each dungeon, nearly all of which are smart enough to raise a smile. The easier access to equipment doesn't make the dungeons a breeze by any means, with tricky tasks encouraging you to explore and poke at the dungeon’s edges.

There is one central idea that ties the dungeons and over world together. Link’s ability to turn himself into a painting at will and stick to any flat surface. You can then move sideways across the wall, but not up or down. Its an interesting trick that is throughout the entire game, Link can skip over gaps, weave between obstacles and enter magical cracks that transport him between worlds. The painting ability is used to enhance individual puzzles, and slapping yourself to walls to poke at the edges of each dungeon becomes second nature.

It is the standout idea of A Link Between Worlds another terrific if overly familiar, entry into the Zelda franchise. It may not always match the epic sweep of its home console games, but its dungeons and exploration are perfect for a handheld. This is the best portable Zelda game yet, and yet another great game for the Nintendo 3DS.

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The wii u has had a steady flow of decent-to-brilliant games coming out of Nintendo.And it's slowly cementing a reputation as THE console for top platformer games.Critics across the globe rated Super Mario 3D World top marks for cartoony fun.But there's now a new contender in resurrected Nintendo favorite Donkey Kong.Donkey Kong has been given a HD makeover for his new adventure. The story is as basic as ever.Evil baddies called the Snowmads have frozen his tropical island and taken control. And its up to Donkey Kong and his pals to claim it back. The game looks amazingly fresh, but feels instantly retro playing like an old Super Nintendo or Megadrive platformer.That's a good thing. But Nintendo like to throw in plenty of modern visual surprises.Really great looking cut-scene style 3D sections bouncing around in barrels. Lush colourful backdrops to mix things up.All to remind you this is very much a Wii U title. The game itself is frustratingly hard.Even the opening levels can end up taking ages to conquer because their difficulty is ramped up way higher than the pervious game. Burning through 'lives' is a regular occurrence as your reflexes fail for a split-second.It can leave you red faced with anger. And let's not even mention the boss fights.But the two-player option is far more rewarding. Working together with a pal to beat levels is great and arguably the best way to play this game.Overall, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze is a solid platformer, great fun and very challenging.If you like your games retro, great looking and challenging then this is defintely worth a try.It's not as good as the Mario Wii U games. But it definitely strengthens that growing list of top platformers on the system.

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Before this movie was released a lot of people were skeptical about the PG-13 rating and rightfully so. I was one of those people after all.

The new Robocop is a surprisingly good and entertaining sci-fi action thriller that appeals to the human heart by conveying emotions and the humanity side of Murphy, the main character who eventually becomes Robocop. The film is not trying to be the original 1987 version. The story of Murphy is similar (since it's a reboot) but does its own thing to provide something new instead of retelling the same story. The film focuses more on the development of Murphy's character, his initial response to his cyborg body and relationship with his family, making the character more emotional and relatable to the audience.

The film delves into the meaning of humanity, family themes, media influence on public opinion, corporate greed, authoritarianism and corrupt law enforcement authorities. It provides a brief view of the struggles we might face with machines or digital surveillance in the future. It also briefly raises the question whether it's ethical or legal to eliminate the human factor in law enforcement to reduce crime rates by creating merciless cyborgs or robots to replace humans.

The action sequences are updated with better Special effects and sound effects but are lacking in the gore department. The new black tactical design of Robocop is acceptable and nice. The updated Robocop is more agile then the original. However, I personally find the right human hand to be slightly distracting. I prefer no human hand at all, entirely machine except the face, like the original.

There's an excellent cast of actors in this film: Abbie Cornish, Jay Baruchel, James Earle Haley, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton and Samuel L. Jackson all providing excellent performances. Although it's hardly a ground-breaking film or a masterpiece, Robocop is a decent and satisfying reboot that delivers on many levels.

I really don't understand all the hate this movie gets. Yeah, I get it, it's a reboot of a perfectly good 80s movie that nobody really wanted, but it's a really good one! I expected a mindless action movie and what I got was a really smart, interesting and entertaining look at trans-humanism, the freedom of choice, politics and recklessness in corporate leaders.

This movie really dives into the question of how a person could live his day to day life with almost all of his body amputated and stuck inside of a machine. So when people complain about the uncomfortable scenes between Murphy and his wife, I can only imagine they mean what happened after his transformation, and that felt exactly the way it was supposed to!

So yes, the original is way more graphic and still holds up to this day as a gruesome action flick, but this one is smart and interesting and really is a good movie in it's own right.

And by no means is it as bad as people say it is!

Rating: 7/10
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Super Mario 3D World shows Nintendo is at the top of their game by blending the old with the new into a fantastic platformer game that is full of secrets for you to unlock. It is the first multiplayer 3D Mario game for the Wii U console and it works wonderfully. In the Super Mario 3D World game, players can choose to play as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach or Toad. Mario is still the most skilful, Luigi can jump the highest, Toad can run fast and Princess Peach can hover over a short distance. This game is one of the best Mario games I have ever played. It is totally worth buying because all the levels are really good fun and there is lots of new things added to the game. I really like the cat suit because you can run up walls, you can do dive attacks and use your claws to attack.

It doesn't have coin rush and time limit races or little mini-games but it was still heaps of fun to play.


This game is everything Mario fans wanted and more. The reason to buy a wii u has finally arrived and I urge anyone with a wii u to purchase this game. This is pure AAA grade Nintendo gaming.

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This game is a masterpiece, that ensnares the player with excellent gameplay and brilliant A.I.

Naughty Dog has proven itself again as one of the best development teams in the world. With The Last of Us they have given us a consistent and interesting world that is supported by practically all of its game mechanics. From the complex combat system to the sound design, this game immerses the player in one of the most interesting plots of this generation.

The Last of Us merges very good gameplay with a brilliant story and unequal production values. You won't find very many games that are more worth the investment of your time and money then this one.

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The story is that Deadpool wants to star in his own video game and he gets it. In it he is hired to kill someone but Sinister beats him to it and so Deadpool decides to hunt Sinister down and kill him instead.

The game has a few flaws, but I don't care, I couldn't stop laughing, the game is full of so much humour and it's fun hearing the dialogue Deadpool comes up with. If your a fan of the comics you know what I'm talking about, but if you know nothing about Deadpool prepare yourself for one crazy game with the most wacky character Marvel has ever created.

Like most games you earn points that allow you to purchase upgrades to improve Deadpool and his weapons.

The graphics are average, the camera works well enough overall I love this game and would recommend it to anyone looking for a fun game instead of the same old serious games.

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It has been announced that Ben Affleck will be Batman in the Man of Steel sequel and all I have heard it noting but whining and complaining among the DC fanbase. Give him a chance people. Yes I know he sucked in Dare Devil, but that was several years ago and he has shown improvements in his acting. I remember when Heath Ledger was announced to play Joker in the Dark Knight everyone freaked out and said he was going to suck and look what happened.

Give him a chance. He might become the best Batman for all we know or at least decent. Oh and for all you Dark Knight fanboys, no Christian Bale will never play the part again, because he doesn't want to do it anymore and if he won't do it then what right do we have to try and force it on him.

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There were alot of games on show at Sony's E3 conference, though they were overshadowed by the PS4 price announcement and the news that it won't be always-online or block used games. (fuck you Microsoft).

The Order: 1886, It's a PS4-exclusive set in Victorian-era London with an order fighting demons or werewolves or something.

Mad Max: No gameplay footage was shown, but we did discover that it would be arriving on Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4 next year.

Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts 3 (hell yeah) and early on in the conference we were told that Sony and Rockstar are partnering on a new PS3 GTA V bundle in time for the game's release in September.

We also saw an impressive line-up of indie games coming to PS4 including a remake of Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, entitled Abe's Oddysee: New N' Tasty, Supergiant Games' Transistor, Octodad and horror game Outlast from Red Barrels.

There was also more footage from previously-announced titles like Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs. Firstparty trio DriveClub, Knack and Infamous: Second Son were also part of the show.

After all this I'm going to get a PS4. (fuck Xbox One)
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At E3 Nintendo showed a lot of great looking games for the wii u and 3DS.
These games were titles like super Mario 3D world, Mario Kart 8, a new DK country game and of course Super smash bros.

The new smash bros will be released on the wii u and 3DS. All the original characters from the first one are back, plus pit and bowser are back. But what made me really happy was when Megaman was revealed.

He has his blaster, he can use his charge shot and slide ability and he can use some of the robot masters powers.

I look forward to see who else they add, but since megaman is in it I will be getting it because I am a huge megaman fan and Capcom have been neglecting the blue bomber for quite awhile now. It's good to see him come back.
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Hey guys, just wondering if Capcom made a new Megaman game what series would you like it to be based on.

Classic series
X series
Zero series
Battle Network series
Legends series

or would you like to see Megaman do something new and if so what genre do you think will work.
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The story of Sonic 4 Episode 2 is Eggman has gone back to little planet and is building a new death egg. Sonic is joined by Tails and they try to stop him, also Metal Sonic has been resurrected and wants revenge on Sonic. It's a simple plot, just what I expect from a classic Sonic game. I like it.

The physics have been improved from Episode 1. It's not perfect, but it works well enough. The game also has a new co-op mode for offline and online. So now you can play a classic style Sonic game with friends. I'm really glad they added this to the game. Alot of reviewers have said the bosses were a weak point to the game, how so? I really liked the bosses, they were not rehassed like episode 1. They were all new and interesting.

However the music is the weak point of the game. I didn't like the music they picked. It is hard to explain why. I really liked Episode 1's music better. Another weak point is once again their are only 4 levels, so the game is kinda short.

If you happen to own both episodes on the same console, you unlock episode metal. Episode metal takes place before episode 2 and tells the story of Metal Sonic's resurrection. You play as Metal Sonic in one act of every level from episode 1. It is a neat little add on especially if your a Metal Sonic fan like me but it is really short.
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I'm wondering what Halo 4 will be like. The trailer don't show any gameplay, just an fmv of master chief being woken up by cortana in the ship from the end of Halo 3 and using some kind of jetpack. Halo 4 is said to be the beginning of a new trilogy and that the story will be focusing less on the traditional first person shooter style gameplay, which seems like a bad idea to me. instead it will apperantly rely more on exploration. which also seems like a bad idea, but lets not jump to conclusions, It might add something new and interesting to the game. So from what we know of the game so far, it will be a first person shooter, but will focus more on exploration.

So anyone have any speculations on what Halo 4 might be like. Do you think it will rock or do you think it'll suck I look forward to hearing from you all.
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