Three E3 Trailers… (Okay, 4. Too many trailers to pick just 3.)

For those of you that have lives, some E3 stuff!

First up: Bioshock’s last hurrah, Anthem!

This goes big, or EA kills ’em.

Next, CD Projeckt Red’s much anticipated Cyberpunk 2077!

Based on R. Talsorian’s Cyberpunk RPG, development has been lengthy and stormy. I truly hope this game is as awesome as Witcher 3.

Fallout 76, which (from this trailer) is another Fallout, only this time a MMO-type thing. I guess.

Last, Halo 6 aka Halo Infinite.

As long as it’s measurably better than 5—which SUCKED—it’ll make bank.

The new Gears of War looked like crap, so I skipped it. I’ll probably have to review it sometime, but until then I’ll likely just ignore it.

Video Game Alternate Universes: Which is the Darkest Timeline?

Is it King Washington? Day of the Tentacle? Or was it Starkiller’s reign of terror?

None of these are as dark as the timeline where McDonald’s ice cream machines are never broken down. I won’t tell you what price that timeline paid for having cheap, mostly tasteless McDonald’s ice cream on tap 24/7, but it was dark.

So, so dark.

Millar-Verse, Spider-Verse, and Shaq-Fu: Three Trailers for Thursday!

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse!

The Magic Order, Mark Millar’s next comic-book series!

I was interested in seeing Spider-Verse, after this trailer I’m much less so. I’ve never read anything my Millar, but this trailer makes me kinda interested in checking it out.

At least one of them did their job.

And now, Shaq Fu Honest Trailer!

Sounds awesomely awful.Millar-Verse, Spider-Verse, and Shaq-Fu: Three Trailers for Thursday!

The Bumblebee Movie!

I thought this was doomed to be a terrible movie, but lead actress Hailee Steinfeld was incredible in 2010’s True Grit remake, and if she can carry off this performance half as well, it might be a decent movie.

Plus, the robots have been made much more like their classic counterparts (from the cartoon days) instead of the more jagged, more complex Micheal Bay versions. IMHO, it looks much better here.

Also, Starscream (apparently). He’s always been good for some laughs.

Let’s hope the movie is decent.