Blizzcon hands-on with WoW: Cataclysm, Diablo 3's monk, and Starcraft 2's campaign. Plus, blast Nazis in Wolfenstein! Is Shadow Complex pure retro bliss? And Miyazaki's Ponyo!
TRS heads down to the Anaheim Convention Center this week for the giant orgy of all things Blizzard... Blizzcon!
This week in Movies:
Disney has released Japanese master animator Hayao Miyazaki's latest film, Ponyo in the west with an A-list cast of American actors. Alex, Dan, and Jeff think it might be his most accessible film yet... but does that mean they like it?
Also released this week, the very controversial new trailer for James Cameron's Avatar. They guys weigh in on the internet debate.
This week in Video Games:
The Wolfenstein franchise invented the concept of a first person shooter, but in recent years the series hasn't garnered AAA-level attention. Capable studio Raven Software is behind the latest iteration, simply titled Wolfenstein . Alex, Dan and Jeff think it may be better than the lack of hype might lead one to believe.
Another week of Summer, another stellar downloadable title. This week it is the retro shoot 'em up, Shadow Complex. Just how good is it?
Blizzard ripped the doors off of Blizzcon by announcing a new expansion to World of Warcraft, a new playable class in Diablo 3, and offering the first glimpse of Starcraft 2's lengthy single-player campaign. The guys have hands-on impressions to share!
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