Today we learned what we can expect from the LEGO Marvel Avengers DLC line up. You can find that information HERE!
Star Wars: Battlefront, the new DICE Multiplayer Shooter from EA, is scheduled for release on November 17th, 2015. However, EA Offers a service to Xbox One owners called EA Access. EA Access gives gamers the ability to play a library of older EA games for free. The Service also gives you early access to new games releasing. To date Star Wars: Battlefront has been promoted closely with Playstation in their marketing, but thanks to EA Access the Xbox One will be the first place you can play Star Wars: Battlefront….and now we have details straight from EA as to how it’s going to work.
In just 7 days Halo 5 has made over $400 million dollars in sales. That not only makes it the best selling Halo game ever, it is also the best selling Xbox One game to date. Halo was released on October 27th, 2015 exclusively on the Xbox One platform. It continues the story of Master Chief and his war to save humanity. Along with a full fledged story campaign, Halo 5 also includes one of the best Halo 5 multiplayer suites to date.
We are still about a month away from The Good Dinosaur hitting theaters, but this weekend at a local target I ran across a few of the toys from the film. After looking over them, I found a little more detail about what can be expected from the November releasing Pixar film.
A couple of interesting notes. First, you will notice that The Good Dinosaur is still scheduled for 2015, making a it the first time that Pixar has ever released 2 movies in the same year. And, from the poster, you will see that Coco and Cars 3 will both be out in 2017. The Good Dinosaur was actually due out in 2014 (which didn’t see a Pixar release) but was later delayed until 11/15. That means that 2017 would have been the first scheduled year to feature 2 films. Then we are back to just 1 film in 2018 and then, presumably, 1 film in 2019. Could we see Pixar sneak another film into 2018? Either way, the future looks very bright for the Pixar brand! I’d love to hear your thoughts, share in the comments below.
This news comes directly from Marvel.
They have green lit a sequel to Ant Man, called “Ant Man and the Wasp”. This is exciting for a few reasons. First, Ant Man was pretty great so seeing the hero again will be cool. Second, having Wasp share the name of the film means she will be getting her proper time to shine and in a world of Marvel movies, we are really lacking female heroes. Outside of Black Widow, Scarlet Witch and Gamora…who do we have? Now, we are getting Jessica Jones on Netflix this year, Wasp in 2018 and then Captain Marvel in 2019. Sure, that still not a lot of super ladies, but we are moving in the right direction!
“Ant Man and the Wasp” has a release date of 7/6/18, which drops it right in the middle of Phase 3.
The LEGO Group just announced on a Twitter a new line from 2016 that they are debuting at New York Comic Con. It’s called “NEXO KNIGHTS” and appears to be a Tech based Medieval theme. At first look, I assumed this would be something along the Bionicle/Hero lines, but when I reached out for clarification on Twitter, LEGO confirmed that it would, in fact, be a MiniFig based line…and shared a picture of the figures.
As a huge fan, I’m pretty excited about this. With Ninjago, LEGO joined ancient ninja with tech and it appears they may be taking the same approach here. If they can capture the same kind of spark, this could be another successful line to add to the LEGO family. Hopefully we will see more as NYCC kicks off.