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[TV] Norman Gets Psychiatric Help In New "Bates Motel" Promo

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:58

Here’s a brand new spot for A&E’s “Bates Mote,” this time showing Norman Bates getting a little psychiatric help.

Starring Vera Farmiga in her Emmy-nominated role as Norma Bates and Freddie Highmore as Norman, the series returns for a second season Monday, March 3 at 9 PM ET/PT.

In season two of “Bates Motel,” executive producers Carlton Cuse (“Lost”) and Kerry Ehrin (“Friday Night Lights”) dig deeper into the twisted world of the Bates family.

Picking up from last season, Norman (Freddie Highmore) is fixating on Miss Watson’s death while Norma’s mysterious past starts to haunt the family with the introduction of her brother. Meanwhile, Norman’s brother Dylan, (Max Thieriot), gets more entrenched in the familial drug war that fuels White Pine Bay and finds himself right in the middle of the danger as Bradley (Nicola Peltz), who remains on the hunt to uncover her father’s killer, is driven to precarious extremes. Sheriff Romero (Nestor Carbonell), is caught up on all fronts as everything in town escalates and Emma (Olivia Cooke) complicates her relationship with Norman as the duo explore new love interests, bringing new and old characters along for the ride.

Guest stars checking into “Bates Motel” throughout the new season are Michael Vartan (“HawthoRne,” “Alias”), Kathleen Robertson (“Boss”) Paloma Kwiatkowski ( Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters), Rebecca Creskoff (“The Practice,” “Hung”), Kenny Johnson (“Sons of Anarchy”), Michael Eklund ( 88 Minutes, “Supernatural”) and Michael O’Neill (“Dallas Buyers Club,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The West Wing”).

Take a tour of the Bates Motel and learn more about what’s to come in season 2.

In “Bates Motel,” following the tragic death of her husband, Norma Bates buys a motel on the outskirts of the idyllic coastal town of White Pine Bay, seeking a fresh start. As Norma and Norman get ensconced in their new home, they discover this town isn’t quite what it seems, and the locals aren’t so quick to let them in on their secrets. But the Bates’ are done being pushed around and will do whatever it takes to survive – and will do whatever it takes to protect their own secrets.

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New Look At Daniel Radcliffe As Igor In 'Frankenstein'!

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:50

Click over to The Daily Mail for dozens of behind-the-scenes photos of Twentieth Century Fox’s now-filming Frankenstein, giving us a glimpse of The Woman in Black‘s Daniel Radcliffe as “Igor” in the Paul McCuigan-directed horror.

Radcliffe stars next to Jessica Brown Findlay and James McAvoy in the latest incarnation of the Marry Shelley novella. The doctor will be played by X-Men: First Class‘ James McAvoy.

Fox has it set for release on January 16, 2015.

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[TV] New Writer Wakes "Sandman"

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:46

Deadline reports that Jack Thorne has been set to script “Sandman” at Warner Bros basedon the pitch that David Goyer made for his treatment for the Neil Gaiman comic book classic.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is producing with Goyer and the hope is for him to star and possibly direct. Gaiman is exec producer. Thorne scripted How I Live Now.

“The ‘Sandman’ series shifts between horror and fantasy, and the central character is Morpheus, the personification of dreams. After being held captive 70 years, Morpheus escapes, gains revenge and rebuilds his crumbling kingdom while trying to adapt to the times.

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'Goosebumps' Won't Hit Theaters Until 2016...

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:44

I’m not a fan of Monsters vs Aliens, Shark Tale or Gulliver’s Travels, which is why I’m not getting overly excited to see Rob Letterman get behind the camera for the “Goosebumps” adaptation, even if the premise is cool.

When we get closer to the newly set March 23, 2016 date, that’s when I’ll gauge my feelings towards Sony’s children’s horror tale that is to star Jack Black.

The story is loosely based on the series and follows Minnette’s character who moves from New York City to the small town of Greendale, Maryland, where his secretive new neighbor turns out to be veteran young adult horror author R.L. Stine (Black). When all the many demons of Stine’s mind are set free by Slappy, a demonic ventriloquist’s dummy, it’s up to Minnette’s character and Stine’s niece Hannah to put all the evil genies back in the bottle.

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Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ #122

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:39

Dwight makes the necessary moves to set himself against Negan. Rick and his forces regroup into a unified force, and Negan revolutionizes his attack method in what he believes to be a sure fire way to win. Once again “The Walking Dead” is in motion for a monumental conflict that promises enormous casualties, but such has been the promise for almost half a year, this month you’ll be asking yourself when?, begging Kirkman just to get it over with.

WRITTEN BY: Robert Kirkman
ART BY: Charlie Adlard
PRICE: $2.99
RELEASE: February 26, 2014

Chaos reigns above all else in “The Walking Dead.” Even the most calculated plan will come apart at the seams thanks to the lumbering legions of undead lurking in the open country. No matter how threatening another band of humans become, it always seems to be the zombies who have the last laugh.

Kirkman spends a lot of his time rebuilding from the aftermath of his last exchange. This issue is dialogue heavy. Characters announce their plans, and give their buy ins. We know who’s motivated to win, and who has just about given up. What remains unclear is just how everything will go down.

Rick seems blinded by his lust for victory. His plan doesn’t seem very sound, and if things actually go down the way he planned we’re looking at complete anarchy leading into the next issue. Things will be blown completely wide open and no one is safe. You’ll call his leadership into question, and may have some logistical questions about timing between the camps.

Adlard gives his traditional performance. His art is strong without being particularly noteworthy. He does have one stunning panel of Negan explaining his newfound weaponry which actually had me gasp, but its all around standard fare this month.

In any event the stage is set for the final conflict and the it looks like all of the talking of All Out War will finally come to a conclusion. While this arc has been interesting for the most part it feels like an excuse to drag out an event over a year when very little has happened between battles. Small character moments aside, this book prides itself on insanity, and pitched this arc as the most action pack ordeal the book has ever seen

So far I’m not convinced. Luckily we have four more chapters to prove just what All Out War is all about. If we go through the motions of attack for one issue and reel for three then I’ll be heartily disappointed.

Rating: 3/5 Skulls.

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Green Day Releasing 18-Demo Collection On Record Store Day

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 15:00

On April 19th, punk rock band Green Day will be releasing an 18-demo collection entitled Demolicious, which will feature demos recorded during the ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré! album studio sessions. The two disc set will be released on red or clear vinyl as well as CD and cassette. There will also be a new track, “State Of Shock”, and an acoustic version of “Stay The Night” included in the release.

Below is the album artwork.

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Review: ‘Ballistic’ #4

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 14:58

Issue four of “Ballistic” proves to be no different than the three that preceded it. Butch’s haphazard inquest through the heart of Repo City State pushes forward and the secret of Bang-Bang is finally revealed. Adam Egypt Mortimer and Darick Robertson routinely make other comics look bad. This is a book that taps into modern social issues with wild imagination under the guise of biological science fiction and body horror. It’s totally exciting and thought provoking.

WRITTEN BY: Adam Egypt Mortimer
ART BY: Darick Robertson
PUBLISHER: Black Mask Studios
PRICE: $3.50
RELEASE: February 26, 2013

If you’ve been routinely checking out “Ballistic” then you may remember the last issue of this series dropped in November. It’s been quite some time, so let’s recap. Butch wants to be a criminal. Gennie is blown to bits. Gennie 2 has joined the this casual criminal force and Bang-Bang Butch’s talking gun has a sensitive secret that seemingly every badass in Repo City State wants.

This month Mortimer further submerges his book in the dep
ths of his insane research. His already deep world gets deeper and the backstory of his most interesting concept and character is explored in a tragic and exciting way. We’re finally given the backstory of the talking gun. It’s surprisingly heartfelt and goes a long way to explain the nature of just what Butch fell into.

It’s funny because through no efforts of his own Butch has fulfilled his goal. He is the most sought after criminal in Repo City State but his rise to fame was accidental in all the right ways. With his newfound status all sorts of terrifying threats emerge. They range for disgusting bio-creatures to deadly assassins.

Yet the real star of the show is the Cronenbergian body-horror at play here. Mortimer really delves into the fear of the living and breathing organisms that we share the world with and holds a lens to the relationship. The experience will make you cringe in revelation as you receive a startling look at the future.

Robertson’s art is a thing of sheer beauty. No task seems too large for the talented artist. As he brings his charm and wit to every page, the BigDick Gangster panel returns in full form, his flashback is action packed, and the fallout is somber. The finale of the issue is all around insanity that shows off both his paneling ability and his haunting character work.

“Ballistic” is easily the best and most polished comic book you’re not reading. It magnifies certain aspects of the human condition with such brilliance that it may make you feel uncomfortable. It is ripe with horror, self-reflection, and provides a totally unique take on science fiction while still finding the time to craft compelling characters. It’s a breath of fresh air in the all to cluttered science fiction arena that isn’t afraid to shock and educate you. It’s an invaluable reading experience that I urge you to read.

Rating 4.5/5 Skulls.

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Review: "Deadly Class" # 2

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 14:52

School is in session and its one hellish place. If you thought the cliques in your school were bad, imagine if they were made up of the viscous offspring of world-renowned assassins. Marcus is thrown head first into King’s Dominion in an incredibly original and cruel spin on the high school dynamic “Deadly Class” initiates the insanity. Think Harry Potter but instead of magic you’ve got bloodlust and you’re halfway there.

WRITTEN BY: Rick Remender
ART BY: Wes Craig
PRICE: $3.50
RELEASE: February 26, 2014

“Deadly Class” should remind you of all those awful times you walked the cafeteria looking for a place to belong and you were met with blank stares. School can be a volatile place. Now imagine if trained killers attended your school with chips on their shoulders and you didn’t quite belong. That’s Marcus’ plight. He may be good, but he’s going to have to prove it to everyone.

Remender balances the inner school dynamics with the politics of social clubs. Socially the school is a mess, comprised from cliques centered on lineage. They all have something to prove and each of them are dangerous in their own way. The classes are brutal and ridiculously interesting. It’s almost as if we get to step into Remender’s mind after years of killing characters in comics. He’s teaching us to be trained killers. It’s clear the man has stored a lot of this deadly information in his own head, and here it flows naturally to the page. It reads smooth like silk, and is presented with a certain matter of fact that will make you eager to attend your own beheading class.

Wes Craig’s art is a revelation. The amount of panels the dude can fit on a page is staggering. He commands the page brilliantly and uses many small panels to demonstrate the larger scene at hand. He manages to keep his art dynamic and interesting even when he doesn’t have a whole lot of action to deal with this month. His style pays tribute to the eighties with perfect design flourishes that exhibit the many fashion styles of the era. His character models are thorough and diverse.

“Deadly Class” made me want to be an assassin in very much the same way Harry Potter made many children want to be a wizard. It’s not quite as friendly of an atmosphere, but the foreign world is so interesting that you can’t help but want to be a part of it.

The stakes are incredibly high here, and the learning curve is only bound to get more difficult. Plus, in the final moments of the issue Remender does his best to remind the reader that this book isn’t all about learning. It’s about Marcus’ past, and it seems that his history will come knocking sooner rather than later.

“Deadly Class” #2 is a master class in social dynamics with incredibly skillful art that will leave you slavering for more. It’s fun, dangerous, and lewd like all the best stuff.

Rating 4/5

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[Now Playing] 'Alan Wake' Episode 20

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 14:48

This is the episode where I deftly dodge a duo of dashing chainsawmen. Okay, they’re not all that dashing, but once you hop on that alliteration train it’s tough getting off, am I right?

In the penultimate episode of our Alan Wake series I get lost, admit to playing far too much Rust, and both David and I reminisce on the days of the Sega Genesis and one of our favorite games, Primal Rage.

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Review: ‘Black Science’ #4

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 14:25

The Dimensonauts are fractured. Lost in a hostile dimension surrounded by high tech Native Americans who’d love to kill them. Ward leads an empowered charge back to the pillar and the stakes are higher than ever. “Black Science” has its most energetic chapter yet as it refocuses back on the supporting characters lost in this dimensional shuffle.

WRITTEN BY: Rick Remender
ART BY: Matteo Scalera
COLOR BY: Dean White
PRICE: $3.50
RELEASE: February 26, 2014

So much always seems to be happening in every issue of this book. Remender is the master of breakneck pacing, so its no surprise that you’ll feel pulled along for the wild ride. What does surprise is the heartfelt loss that this month inspires. This chapter is a somber one. It serves up a heaping helping of action to start things off and concludes with the sobering look at the group’s bleak situation.

This issue totally belongs to Ward, every one of these opening pages are absolutely sprightly due to his combat expertise. While, Kadir chugs the story along in his own way. It is clear he’ll pose more of a threat down the line, and the rest of the group really have their moments to react to the chaos around them.

The team is comprised of flawed and realistic characters that all react to their situation in remarkably different ways. The team dynamic remains one of the largest draws in a book already dripping with irresistible concepts. Yet grounded characters rise above everything else.

Remender balances a busy script with relative ease, as does Matteo Scalera. His art continues to impress. Most notably in the opening pages of the issue with the resourceful ways he finds to execute the attacking Native Americans. There is muddy grit to the action that completely fades once the battle has halted. Warm facial expressions abound in this issue, serving to remind us of who these characters are outside of crisis.

Scalera’s thick lines are met with fantastic contrast. There is never a bright moment in the art, despite being surrounded by the vibrancy of Dean White’s neon soaked colors. Something happens in this combination to create a perfect harmony.

Remender’s script gives the perfect tease to carry the story into the next chapter. Everything almost seems to be going right for the group, and in the final moments he manages to spin everything on its head once again. It’s the kind of storytelling he’s known for, and it never disappoints. It doesn’t feel forced and embraces the infinite opportunities afforded by his premise.

The horrors that lie in wait with chapter five of “Black Science” is almost too exciting to fathom. The team is finally back together and united around getting back home, but something tells me that harmony won’t last long.

Rating: 4/5 Skulls

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Whitechapel Announce New Album 'Our Endless War': Release Lyric Video For New Song

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 14:21

Metal band Whitechapel has announced that they will be releasing their new album Our Endless War on April 29th via Metal Blade Records. The album was tracked by Mark Lewis and artwork was done by Aaron Marsh. Pre-orders are available here.

Says guitarist Alex Wade, “We are excited to announce our fifth full length studio album Our Endless War. In typical Whitechapel fashion, this CD takes the sound we have been developing over the past 8 years of our career and pushes it to new levels. We want each record we release to sound different, and this one is no exception. With dashes of every record we have done so far mixed with the intensity of a new sound, this record is sure to please fans of Whitechapel, old and new.

In anticipation of this release, the band has released a lyric video for their new track “The Saw Is The Law” (a reference to TCM’s “The Saw Is Family”?). You can listen to it below as well as see tour dates for the band with Carnifex, Within The Ruins, and Cruelhand.

Our Endless War Track Listing:
1. Rise
2. Our Endless War
3. The Saw is the Law
4. Mono
5. Let Me Burn
6. Worship the Digital Age
7. How Times Have Changed
8. Psychopathy
9. Blacked Out
10. Diggs Road

Whitechapel w/ Carnifex, Within The Ruins and Cruelhand
4/16: Columbus, OH @ The Basement
4/17: Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room
4/18: Worcester, MA @ Palladium – New England Metal and Hardcore Fest*
4/19: Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
4/20: Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
4/22: Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Club
4/23: Columbia, SC @ New Brooklyn Tavern
4/24: Jacksonville, FL @ Roc Bar
4/25: Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
4/27: Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco
*Festival Date

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Everybody Relax, 'Big Trouble In Little China' Is Back!

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 12:20

BOOM! Studios just sent out a not-so-subtle visual teaser for a new series, and it looks as though the publisher will be bringing the beloved action/adventure flick, “Big Trouble In Little China”. BOOM! has been bringing an abundance of movie and TV properties to comic books over the past few years, and “Big Trouble” adds to their lineup of 80s inspired books.

There is no news on who will be writing or who will be providing artwork, though it is clear that Eric Powell is involved in some capacity as he drew the teaser, which you can see below.

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'Dead Island', 'Metro' Series Discounted In Deep Silver Humble Bundle

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 12:00

The Humble Bundle store is hosting a week-long sale on publisher Deep Silver’s portfolio of games, including discounts on Dead Island: Game of the Year Edition, Dead Island: Riptide — both come with access to the Dead Island: Epidemic alpha — Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, among others. For the next five days, everything is at least 50% off.

If discounted video games are what you seek, there’s plenty to go around.

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Anathema To Open For HIM On US Tour

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 12:00

UK rock group Anathema has announced that they will be embarking on a US tour as direct support for Finnish love metal band HIM. The band is touring in support of their 2012 album Weather Systems, which ranks as one of my favorite albums ever released. They are also taking a break from writing/recording a new album to go on tour.

Guitarist/vocalist Daniel Cavanagh comments, “Anathema is delighted to return to the United States as special guests of our personal friends Ville Valo and HIM. It’s always a great occasion playing with our Finnish mates – as we’ve known each other’s music for many years and have been sharing stages together on a number of occasions since our main support to them in the UK for ‘Dark Light’ in 2006. To do this in the United States, the birthplace of rock and roll and one of Anathema’s true musical and spiritual homes, is just a fantastic prospect – especially so soon after our first headlining tour last autumn which was a success beyond our expectations. We hope to really provoke a strong reaction from the audience, and I’m sure we will perform a song or two from our brand new album, which is being finished as I write. HIM in the USA? Bring it on!

I saw Anathema tour last year and it was fantastic! The band has enormous amounts of energy live and they performed every song flawlessly. Go and see them if they come near your neck of the woods. All tour dates can be seen below.

Tour dates:
3/07 – Los Angeles, CA @ House Of Blues
3/08 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
3/09 – San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore
3/12 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
3/13 – Cleveland, OH @ House Of Blues
3/14 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
3/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre Of Living Arts
3/16 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
3/18 – Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
3/19 – Orlando, FL @ House Of Blues
3/20 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
3/24 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
3/25 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues

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Gorgeous Alternate Poster for the Must-See 'Grand Piano' (Exclusive)

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 11:48

Guaranteed to make my list of favorite movies of the year, Eugenio Mira’s thriller Grand Piano is now on various VOD platforms, with it also creating a symphony of destruction in limited theaters March 7th. Elijah Wood stars in this giallo-esque masterpiece along with John Cusack.

Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at a gorgeous alternate poster for the film that has quite the buzz surrounding it.

I’m pretty sure everyone here on Bloody Disgusting will love it – check it out this weekend!

Also note that Elijah Wood will participate in a Reddit AMA on behalf of the film TONIGHT(!) at 3:30PM EST/12:30PM PST.

In the film, “Tom Selznick, the most talented pianist of his generation, stopped performing in public because of his stage fright. Years after a catastrophic performance, he reappears in public in a long-awaited concert in Chicago. In a packed theater, in front of the expectant audience, Tom finds a message written on the score: “Play one wrong note and you die.” Without leaving the piano, Tom must discover the anonymous sniper’s motives and look for help without anyone realizing…

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New 'ROAM' Video Details Character Customization, Streamlined Interface

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 11:00

The developer behind ROAM, a post-apocalyptic top-down horror game where you scavenge for resources to build the ultimate anti-zombie fortress, has released a new video update that details a few massive changes the game has seen since the last update. In it, we get a look at the streamlined UI and a few of the basic structures as well as how they can be affected by the world. For example, if it starts to rain, that’s good for your water collector, but it’s bad for your campfire.

We also get a brief tease of the character customization system, which will let players choose their character’s clothing, gender, race, background, and special trait. My girl’s going to be adept at throwing knives, because guns run out of bullets, but only babies run out of knives.

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'Blackgaze' Band So Hideous Signs To Prosthetic Records

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 10:00

New York City band So Hideous has signed to Prosthetic Records, who will be releasing their debut album Last Poem/First Light on April 29th. The band is described as a mix of black metal, shoe gaze, and incorporates symphonic elements thanks to the choral/instrumental ensemble The First Light Orchestra.

The band comments, “We couldn’t be more excited to be working with the great team at Prosthetic to develop what this band started in 2008. 2013 was a great year for us, but we’re confident that 2014 has even bigger things in store for our fans. We greatly appreciate our fans, family and friends for helping us get this far. We’re also extremely thankful to the team at Prosthetic for their confidence in us. We look forward to delivering our best work to date in the future.

You can listen to the band’s new single “My Light” below.

Last Poem/First Light by So Hideous

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Babymetal Releases Live Music Video For "ギミチョコ!!"

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 09:00

Japan’s teen-fronted metal band Babymetal has released a live video for their track “ギミチョコ!!” (“Give Me Choco!!”). What amazes me about this footage, which you can see below, is just how huge this band is. It’s really cool seeing a younger audience getting into metal, even if it’s heavily sprinkled with pop. I’m 100% behind this group!

“Give Me Choco!!” comes from the band’s self-titled debut album. You can buy Babymetal via iTunes.

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New Look At 'Godzilla' Shows Full Frontal!

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 08:54

No, Godzilla doesn’t have genitalia, he’s asexual, guys!

Empire Magazine unveiled their brand new cover art that gives us a full-on frontal look at Godzilla.

While Warner Bros. first showed the monster in this brand new trailer, this is the cleanest look to date.

In theaters May 16, 2014, Godzilla an epic rebirth to Toho’s iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure pits the world’s most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity’s scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence. Making his first appearance in 1954 (Gojira) Godzilla is a giant monster that lives in the sea that comes from the ocean to feed on mankind.

Monsters‘ Gareth Edwards directs the all star cast including Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Johnson, Juliette Binoche, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe, Richard T. Jones, Sally Hawkins, Akira Takarada, Victor Rasuk, Yuki Morita, and C.J. Adams.

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Housemarque Reanimating 'Dead Nation' On PlayStation 4

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 02:43

It looks like Developer Housemarque’s excellent top-down undead shoot ‘em up is coming to the PlayStation 4 and they’re calling it the Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition. Of the many similarly themed games we’ve seen over the last few years, this is easily my favorite. It’s dark and gory good fun that can be shared with a friend in co-op, and the meta-game, which pits every country’s kills against each other, provides a little extra incentive to kick ass. Because, ya know, patriotism.

Back in September, the dev teased their next PS4 title, and while I originally assumed it would be a sequel, that assumption has been proven incorrect. This will be a port of the original game, released in 2010, and it will be free to download for PlayStation Plus subscribers in Hong Kong on March 6.

Yeah, Hong Kong. I’ll update when I have details on release dates and pricing for other regions, as well as what that “Apocalypse Edition” bit means.

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