➜ Pixels Movie Storyline Video game experts are recruited by the military to fight 1980s-era video game characters who’ve attacked New York.
➯ Pixels Movie Detail Release Date : 2015-07-24 Casts : Josh Gad, Brian Cox, Michelle Monaghan, Jane Krakowski, Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage, Kevin James, Ashley Benson, Sean Bean Duration : 0 minutes runtime Rating : 5.4
Movie Details :
Release Date : 2015-07-24
Casts : Josh Gad, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Monaghan, Ashley Benson,
Brian Cox, Sean Bean, Kevin James, Adam Sandler, Jane Krakowski
Runtime : 0 minutes
Pixels Movie Storyline: Video game experts are recruited by the military to fight 1980s-era video game characters who’ve attacked New York.
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Joining the I’m Watch and the Motorola MOTOACTV, Sony is adding the Smartwatch to its range of accessories set to play nice with its Xperia smartphones. The timepiece which hosts a 1.3-inch OLED display can connect to your Android smartphone displaying texts and tweets. It also doubles as a Media Player streaming the audio from your phone to the device and then to your earholes via headphones. Sony also confirmed that you’ll be able to enhance the Smartwatch further through downloadable apps which will increase its functionality.
This list is the list of games I’m personally excited for coming out in 2015. I’ll make another post talking about 2016 games in the future but I wanted to bring up the titles I think are worth looking at for this year.
Shovel Knight Retail Edition: As we begin I just wanted to give a special shout out to Shovel Knights retail release. If you haven’t bought it it’s coming out physically for only 20 bucks. The game will also include all the Free DLC digtal people get.
Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax: This game has a pretty limited roster for a modern fighting game. 14 playable characters with unique spirits though isn’t bad and it isn’t bad at all considering it’s 40 dollar launch price. This game is a crossover fighting game and if your a fan of any of the series inside this game I think it will be a total blast. I’m not really a fan of any of the works here but crossover fighting games always get me excited.
Devil’s Third: This game apparently is not going to get a North America release and early sources say it sucks. However, the online looked really promising to me so it’s still a game that excites me slightly. Here’s to hoping.
Super Mario Maker: I think this game looks kinda fun, now it isn’t perfect by any stretch of the imagination, I really want multiple playable options alla Mario 2 but even without that it seems fun. Coming from a creator or a player side will be fun and I imagine this actually will make a fun enough small gathering kinda game.
The Legend of Legacy: This JRPG has a very cute style and I really like what the developers have said about DLC refusing to work on any before the game was released. I honestly don’t know much more then that but I kinda like going into JRPGs mostly blind.
LBX aka Little Battlers eXperience: I love mecha battles, I like the idea of robots fighting it out, I like these kind of games. While we not see Medabots ever releasing in the west again LBX is the next best thing. It is bringing the customized mecha battle game back to the west and I love that. It’s got lots of cool multiplayer features and the gameplay seriously looks fun.
Dragonball Z Extreme Butoden: Coming out at 30 bucks Dragon Ball Z has a new 2D fighter on the 3DS. It’s developed by the guilty gear people and while it’s actual roster of playable characters is sadly small the game still looks like a lot of fun.
Yoshi’s Wolly World: This game has maybe the best art direction of any game released this year. It’s just so cute that I feel the need to play it. Even after giving up on Amiibo I still want a Yarn Yoshi based alone on how cute it is. While already out in the EU the NA region still needs to wait for this puppy. The platformer seems like fun from everything i’ve seen, not stunning but good fun is fun.
Yokai Watch: The Japanese sensation that will likely sweep the nation is finally coming to the west. The game seems a lot like Dragon Quest Monsters with flavors of other JRPG series mixed in and a baby amount of Pokemon. The game is rather unique in it’s system and I want to give the series a shoot.
Xenoblade Chronicles X: This game looks amazing, they just have so much in this game and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. A big sprawling JRPG on my Wii U is what i’ve been asking for and I really hope it does well to show Nintendo fans buy console JRPGs too.
Persona 5: I was a big Shin Megami Tensei fan until pretty recently when Atlus became more and more of a Mara. However, so far this game looks untainted by the evil claws of corruption from the greed of Atlus so I remain very exited for this game. The game looks like a lot of fun from everything we’ve seen and seems to do enough new to really show that the development team only makes games when it’s worth their time.
Two days ago, we heard of Sony’s plans to build a watch made entirely of e-paper — one where the band and the watch face would both change in response to the user’s wrist gestures. It sounded wild and provocatively different, but what we really wanted to know was what it looked like. As it turns out, that watch is already in the public eye, though Sony’s involvement had until now been kept…
Scooby-Doo! Who’s Watching Who? is a video game that was released in late 2006 for the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS! I personally played the Nintendo DS version of the game and loved playing it!
The game consisted of the Mystery Inc. game trying to solve mysteries alongside another mystery solving group called Ghost Scene Investigators (GSI). The groups try solving the mystery before the other while also being tormented by a masked figure who calls himself the Ghost Hunter Haunter, a mysterious foe who has been haunting GSI for a long time.
The gameplay is generally linear and straightforward in design. You play Scooby as he travels through the five different game levels and encounter multiple different kind of ghosts and monsters along the way. The obstacles are a good challenge for the player and the mini-games are entertaining and creative.
At the end of each mystery you get to analyze all the clues and use your mystery solving kit to process all the clues and you get to guess which of the suspects is the culprit. This is something unique to the game that I wished was present in most of the Scooby-Doo games.
If you as a Scooby-Doo fan have either the Sony PSP or the Nintendo DS and get your hands on this game, I most definitely recommend playing it. It’s fun, stays true to the spooky atmosphere every Scooby-Doo video game needs, and throws a fun twist in the plot with solving the mystery alongside GSI and their animal robot mascot Catscan! Don’t hesitate in playing Scooby-Doo! Who’s Watching Who?
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