Is How to Train Your Dragon already one of the year's best films? Just Cause 2 lets us play in one huuuuge game world! What will the Nintendo 3DS bring to handhelds? Plus, Alex and the Blue Angels.
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Animation has played second fiddle to the Pixar juggernaut for years... but could How to Train Your Dragon finally match the quality we've come to expect from Disney's darling? Alex, Dan, and Jeff hop upon their mighty winged steeds to find out.
They reviewed the comic book back in Episode 55. Now the first trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs The World has the guys speculating on the mainstream success of the very niche property.
Sandbox gaming hit a new adrenalin-fueled high with the release of Just Cause 2 this weeks. Sure the scale is massive and the stunts are insane, but is the game fun?
Nintendo has already revealed some information about their next revision to the DS handheld system, and it is... 3D? What do the guys think of that bombshell?