Alien Resurrection was slammed on release, earning many a negative review and sending the franchise into cryosleep for years after release. A shame really, because it’s a masterpiece of design and ingenuity. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet created the definitive Alien movie of the 90s, combining aspects of the previous trilogy into a rock-solid experience of action and suspense. It’s worth a rewatch if you ever find the time to do so. After you’ve dipped into some facts that you may or may not have known about regarding the production of Alien Resurrection.
You look back at the impact that Mortal Kombat has had over the years, and there’s so much to write about. The technical breakthroughs, pissing off overzealous parents and being the benchmark for reboots. More than that though, I’ll always remember Mortal Kombat for something else: It was the one game that helped the fighting genre find its spine. And then ripped it out.
Here’s the first part in an upcoming series that I’m working on, that highlights the absurd, the wonderful and the thought-provoking best moments ever committed to a flatscreen. In no particular order of course.
Nintendo’s greatest console of the 90s, with 21 games bundled inside of it. Much like last year’s NES Classic Mini console, players will be able to work with a save-game feature that allows them to pause and resume a game at any given point. That feature has been expanded for the SNES Classic, which now allows you to boot up a save and view your gameplay and jump in to take control at any point.
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon! It’s probably the same…but different. Same game, but different…but same. Seriously though, what’s really different? With just a scant few months to go before the next chapter in the Pokemon saga hits small screens on November 17, Nintendo needs to sell audiences on just why this latest iteration on last year’s latest generational title is worth getting your pokeballs excited.
What does the upcoming Nikon D850 have to offer? According to new murmurings via Nikon Rumours, the D850 is aiming to be a powerhouse. Rumoured to have 8K time-lapse features, the D850 is also expected to be able to throw in 4K UHD video, albeit with an FX format this time so that wide-angle aficionados can take advantage of the better sensors.
It's time to announce the winners of our Justice League competition! So click on through to see if you're one of the lucky three people that will be getting a Justice League hamper valued at R3000 each!
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