When ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ was announced, the world reacted with a resounding “WHY?!!” I was one of them. It made no sense to me. Now that I’ve seen the film, the question remains unanswered.
Admittedly, this week’s collection of new movie trailers aren’t entirely bad, but they do reveal a couple issues worth noting, particularly when the properties in question already have established fan bases.
Oh, Adam Sandler. How a generation used to love ye. There was a time when the Sand-man walked a tightrope between mainstream crowd-pleasing and anarchistic surrealism better than anyone. That time was the mid-1990s. Now he just mi...
The unexpected passing of Nintendo president Satoru Iwata last weekend got us thinking about how big a role the videogame company has played in the lives of so many of us here at High-Def Digest. With that in mind, we dedicate thi...
GameStop wants to stop shoppers from “showrooming” by bombarding customers’ phones with annoying advertisements. I can’t imagine how this brilliant plan could fail.
Luchadors! Quality iPhone games! Interesting World War II shooters! Licensed giant robot titles! What more could you ask from this week’s new videogame releases?
This week is really packed with promising new videogames at an odd time. Viva la summer!
Following E3, the stream of actual videogame releases (as opposed to teasers and announcements) continues to be slow. Nevertheless, EA launches its next huge franchise for the new consoles.
E3 is in full swing this week. Only the plucky (if obscure) videogame releases dare to contend with the year’s biggest gaming event.
Even with E3 only a week away, several promising new videogame franchises launch this week. Plus, we get a long-awaited update to the world’s premiere fighter.
This week brings two extraordinary things for gamers: The much-hyped and much-delayed ‘Watch Dogs’ has finally come out, and the Wii U actually has a must-own game.
Topping the list of new videogame releases this week are the big revival of a classic franchise and a stylish new indie. It’s nice to have choices.