If you love even one single thing from the 1980s, then you owe it to yourself to check out ‘FarCry 3: Blood Dragon’. That, along with what has to be the most anticipated PS Vita game by far, means that this week is stacked with misfit videogames not to be missed.
We were all set to give away another, slightly older Blu-ray today when word came in late last night that we have a spare copy of this year’s Best Picture nominee ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ available for a contest prize. Since this seemed a little more timely and relevant, I decided to do a last-minute substitution and offer this one up for grabs instead. If there’s any interest in a ‘Gangster Squad’ contest, let me know and I may run that at a later date. In the meantime, don’t miss your chance to take home Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence in all their high-def glory.
As we close out the month of April, eight of this year’s nine Best Picture Academy Award nominees are now available on Blu-ray. (The only film still missing is Michael Haneke’s ‘Amour’.) This week also brings us several movies that were less than Oscar worthy. Will you buy any of them?
The “D” may be silent, but our readers certainly weren’t. When we offered you the chance to win Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ on Blu-ray, you spoke up and provided a lot of great entries. Let’s find a winner, shall we?
The ghost of 2009′s ‘Star Trek’ returns this week in game form with phasers set to maximum Pine & Quinto. Plus, sequels to games with significant fan bases pack the week with a great set of spring gaming options including Brock Sampson and Ash.
It’s time to get animated! For our latest Blu-ray giveaway, High-Def Digest has a copy of Robert Zemeckis’ satirical masterpiece ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit‘ that may just have your name on it. Enter our contest for your chance to win!
Last week was a pretty stressful time in world events, particularly for those of us who live in Boston. (Rest assured, everything is fine at the Zyber household.) Now we must attempt to return to some sense of normalcy, which for this site means taking a look at this week’s new Blu-ray releases. To that end, we have a couple of genre pastiches, a couple of dramas based on true events, the 3D re-release of a classic summer blockbuster and more.