Hyper Sentinel on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Hyper Sentinel Hyper Sentinel is a game that’s best to watch instead of waiting for me to try and describe it.

It’s a shoot-em-up that’s bright, colourful, loud, easy to pick up and play, and will hoover up hours of your time if you let it.

Total Biscuit aka John Bain, dies aged 33

Total Biscuit Total Biscuit, aka John Bain and the Cynical Brit, is a videogames reviewer, whose vlogs and videos I haven’t watched as often as I should, but I’ll never forget his slamming of Batman Arkham Knight, below, in 2015, when it was released in a completely broken state on the PC in June 2015. It absolutely nailed every last problem it had.

Video Games Charts week ending May 19th 2018

Video Games Charts week ending May 19th 2018 Video Games Charts week ending May 19th 2018 are as follows:

    1 (1) God of War (Sony) (review)
    2 (4) FIFA 18 (EA Sports) (review)
    3 (-) Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Nintendo)
    4 (2) Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Nintendo)
    5 (3) Far Cry 5 (Ubisoft) (review)
    6 (7) Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (Warner Bros Interactive) (review)
    7 (8) Assassins Creed Origins (Ubisoft) (review)
    8 (6) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo)
    9 (9) Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games (review)
    10 (16) Call of Duty WWII (Activision) (review)

Solo: A Star Wars Story – I had a really bad feeling about this – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Solo: A Star Wars Story
Solo: A Star Wars Story – Beforehand, I had a really bad feeling about this.

Why? when I first heard about the man who was playing Han Solo, I was instantly disheartened. It’s Alden Ehrenreich (Rules Don’t Apply). My choice – as I’ve said many times before – would be Anthony Ingruber (below) who played a young Harrison Ford in The Age of Adaline. I mean, he actually LOOKED like him!

Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 20th 2018

Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 20th 2018 Movie Charts UK and US week ending May 20th 2018 are as follows:

    1. Deadpool 2 (trailer) (review)
    2. Avengers: Infinity War (trailer) (review)
    3. Sherlock Gnomes (trailer)
    4. I Feel Pretty (trailer)
    5. Life Of The Party (trailer)
    6. Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Secret Cinema 2018) (review)
    7. Breaking In (trailer)
    8. A Quiet Place (trailer)
    9. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (trailer)
    10. An American On Paris: The Musical

Solo: A Star Wars Story leads the new cinema releases and trailers May 25th 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story This week, there are SEVEN new films out for you to choose from: Han Solo goes out on his own in Solo: A Star Wars Story, Sheila Hancock decides to live life to the full in Edie, a political CGI movie in The Breadwinner, a biographical tale in Zama, lame kids CGI in The Little Vampire 3D, more lame kids CGI in The Giant Pear, and talking animals are back in Show Dogs.

Solo… Han Solo…

Ooh, it’s like James Bond all over again, but that has been revealed as the title of the Star Wars spin-off released in May, although the full-title is technically, Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Sadly, it’s not a movie version of Felicity Kendal’s ’80s sitcom, but you can’t have everything.

Battlezone Gold Edition on PS4 / PSVR – The DVDfever Review

Battlezone Gold Edition
Battlezone Gold Edition takes what was great about the Virtual Reality edition of the game, as released on PC and PS4, and gives us more.

You can see my full review of the PC version here, but for a brief premise of the game: Back in 1980, Atari launched Battlezone – you’re a tank, the enemy’s a tank the sky is black. and everything is black apart from green wireframe graphics drawing everything in sight, including the enemy and other elements that are either there to be shot at for you to gain more points, or the same but on a collision course for yourself. What set this arcade game back from most of the rest was that you look through a tank-style visor, with handlebars either side as you turn the position of your vehicle round. It wasn’t quite the same with an Atari VCS 2600 joystick soon after that, but a modern joypad has two sticks which can either replicate the same arcade game’s movement, or provide you simply with one stick to move and one to aim – like you expect with any modern game, these days.

Omensight on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Omensight
Omensight has the premise of an action/murder-mystery game where you must prevent the apocalypse; and a bit like Groundhog Day, you have to repeat the same day over and over – albeit in this case, that day is the end of the world – and once you’re done, life can move on.

When I first saw this, it looked a little *too* RPG-like, as those sorts of games aren’t really my bag, but thankfully, it’s not like that at all, and focuses more on the combat. Engage in lots of fighting to get points which, inbetween levels, you can use in levelling-up weapons and strengths with ‘gift amber’ (just go with it. It’s not as complex as it makes it sound) – and what do points make? …I just told you: levelling-up weapons and strengths.

City of Lies – Trailer 1 – Johnny Depp

City of Lies City of Lies has a great premise for a film, but a terrible title.

It centres around the investigation about the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG, in 1996, and the possible connections between them.

This trailer doesn’t give too much away about how things will pan out, but it certainly looks like a decent drama, given its two leads, Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker. Thankfully, based on what we’ve seen so far, there won’t be anyone playing the real Biggie or Tupac, the latter of whom starred in the superb Gridlock’d, alongside Tim Roth and Thandie Newton, and the film was released posthumously.

Mowgli – Trailer 1 & Featurette – Andy Serkis

Mowgli Mowgli – yes, despite the most recent version of The Jungle Book only coming out two years ago, it’s time for Andy Serkis‘ version, as he steps in the director’s chair, as well as into the CGI body of Baloo, and word has it that this will be a much darker version.

It was originally due to be called The Jungle Book, but how daft would that have looked so soon, so Mowgli it is, and he’s played by newcomer Rohan Chand.

The basic premise, as you’ll know, is that the lad is raised by wolves, and must face off against a menacing tiger named Shere Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch), as well as his own origins.

A new trailer, poster and featurette have been released today.

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