We might see AR technology as a passing fad, but analysts are predicting the commercial viability of the market technology to grow exponentially over the next few years.
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow was announced not too long ago. Beyond that initial announcement, there were no screens or teaser trailers to show off what developers JamCity,TinyCo and FoxNext Games were up to. Until today that is. Feast your human eyeballs on these promotional images and a brief trailer that reunites the cast back together yo.
I’m all for supporting talent that I like, and lately, that talent isn’t locked to an SABC contract or an analogue broadcast signal. It’s a feeling that a lot of people locally probably concur with, as the best entertainment around is found on YouTube, Twitch and several other streaming platforms. Even better, that content can easily be accessed from tablets, laptops and smartphones. Devices which the SABC think should be regulated further, in the form of an additional TV license.
From the stupidly addictive Super Mario Run through to cult favourite Kingdom Rush (REINFOOOOOOOOOOORCE!), mobile platforms have the horses under the hood needed to display a game that doesn’t look like a Junkyard Dog’s breakfast. SEGA wants to climb into that ring now, and it’s banking on the popularity of WWE as it drives down the road of wrestling mania.
Ubisoft’s next mobile game is Shadowbreak, a sniping experience that the publisher describes as being a “real-time multiplayer sniper shooter” with tactical objectives that unfold across three minute matches as players deploy troops against enemies.
Part of the work towards making Aquaman great again comes from the script, but a lot more of that responsibility is going to be riding on the shoulders of the artist tasked with bringing those words to life. Something that new Aquaman artist Stjepan Sejic appears to have a frim grasp of. Seriously, look at this gorgeous art and tell me that you don’t want to see more of this guy in action. That beard alone deserves to rule the oceans
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