Resin Heroes

Die-cast Iron Man Figure



Sadly, only available in Singapore. More photos here.




First look at Season 3 of Falling Skies






In Turnabout, NBC Prime Time Lands in the Cellar



Over all, the (NBC)’s ratings have fallen so far that no episode of any show on NBC in February came within one million viewers of a show on PBS: “Downton Abbey.” And forget approaching the numbers of a cable hit like AMC’s “The Walking Dead.

Nothing NBC has put on in prime time has matched even the appeal of the “Talking Dead,” a show with people simply discussing “The Walking Dead.” That show managed a 2.2 rating in the 18-49 audience. NBC’s best prime-time number for the month has been a 2.1, achieved by episodes of “The Biggest Loser” and “The Office,” a comedy that is about to go off the air.

Via: In Turnabout, NBC Prime Time Lands in the Cellar




Game of Thrones Season 3 TV Commercial






PlayStation 4 introduced… Along with a few other things.



KZ4_WallIn the “Why is Mo late with Video Game news?” category, Sony unveiled its next gaming platform, the PlayStation 4 last Wednesday.  Sporting a “a supercharged PC architecture with a x86 architecture CPU, an enhanced PC GPU, and 8GB of GDDR5 system memory as well as a local hard drive”, the PS4 looks to give gaming developers more freedom to create games vs. the old PS3.

Although the system “box” itself wasn’t officially shown (more likely due out for the E3 expo in June..), Sony did show off the new Dual Shock 4 controller.  It includes a touch screen, Move capabilities, a new “sharing” feature, and a streamlining of the controller design itself.

Along with the announcement, Sony touted its own game developers, showing off a demo the next Killzone game, called “Killzone: Shadowfall” (more screens here); “inFamous: Second Son”; “DriveClub”; and “Knack” just to name a few.  Sony also scored (and I mean scored) a big win in 3rd party developer support, namely with Activision/Blizzard bringing “Diablo III” to the PS3 and PS4, the next game from Bungie called “Destiny”, Ubisoft with “WatchDogs”, and SquareEnix bringing their next untitled “Final Fantasy” game.

Looks like the next Gaming Console war is just starting to heat up.  How much do you want to bet that Sony and Micro$oft will charge an arm, leg, and your first born to get your hands on a console this Holiday season??

Check out more info from gameinformer.com

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