Why Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Needs Another Fighting Game?

With all of the old and current fighting games finding themselves coming to the new gen consoles (such as Killer Instinct, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Tekken, etc.) as well as newer fighting game franchises popping up (Injustice, Ultimate Ninja Storm, etc.) why not give one of the most prominent comic book teams a chance. Fighting Mechanics: Come on, there are many different characters and each should have their own specific fighting style.  With the character specific combos, special attacks, and counter system a TMNT game would benefit greatly if it…

Read More

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Coming To Injustice 2

NetherRealm Studios has done it again with their Injustice 2 released earlier this year.  Batman and company must team up with the likes of Superman to combat a being that threatens to destroy the world.  Since their 2011 Mortal Kombat (or Mortal Kombat 9), NetherRealm Studios has had some really good releases.  But aside from the spectacular combat system, awesome narrative driven campaign, and terrific graphics, the games have garnered a lot of praise from its character roster and of that of its DLC characters. The idea of guest characters in…

Read More

Electrokinesis in Fiction and Folklore

Electrokinesis (also Fulgurkinesis) is the ability to manipulate electricity and electric fields. Users can create/generate/increase, absorb, conduct, shape, and manipulate electricity of various intensities: In Television: Top 10 Lightning Users in Anime Thanks for checking out the post and in the comment section below let us know what your thoughts are.

Read More

2011 Narik Chase Video Game Awards

Welcome to the 2011 Narik Chase Video Game Awards, where we’re taking a look at the best video games of 2010. Note: this post will only consist of video games that I’ve personally played and will be updated accordingly. Best First-Person Shooter ♦ Halo: Reach ♦ Aliens vs. Predator Call of Duty: Black Ops Fallout: New Vegas Best Third-Person Shooter Hydrophobia Fallout: New Vegas ♦ Red Dead Redemption ♦ Crackdown 2 Best Open-World ♦ Just Cause 2 ♦ Fallout: New Vegas Crackdown 2 Red Dead Redemption Best Hack and Slash/Beat ‘Em Ups Splatterhouse…

Read More

Robots in Fiction and Folklore

Robots are machines, especially those programmable by computers, capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically. Robots also consist of androids/synthetics (humanoid robots that are designed to look and act like a human), cyborgs (cybernetic organism is a being with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. ), and AI (self-aware machines that have human-level intelligence). This post will focus on different examples including those in literature, film, television, comics, animation, and video games. List of Robot Powers and Abilities in Fiction In Film: Top 10 Robots in Film Another Top 10 Robots in Film…

Read More

Demons in Fiction and Folklore

A demon is a malevolent being considered to be an unclean spirit, a fallen angel, or a spirit of unknown type which may cause possession.  Demons are usually depicted as malevolent beings summoned from Hell or the Void to wreak havoc in one form or another. This post will focus on different examples including those in literature, film, television, comics, animation, and video games. List of Demon Powers and Abilities in Fiction In Graphic Novels: Top 10 Demons/Devils in Comics Thanks for checking out the post and in the comment section…

Read More

Ghosts in Fiction and Folklore

Ghost/spirits/souls are apparitions of a dead person that is believed to appear or become manifest to the living.  Most ghosts in fiction are depicted as disembodied spirits who wonder the Earth with a seemingly unfullfilled person that keeps them from moving on. This post will focus on different examples including those in literature, film, television, comics, animation, and video games. List of Ghost Powers and Abilities in Fiction In Film: Top 20 Scariest Ghosts in Film Thanks for checking out the post and in the comment section below let us know…

Read More

Werewolves in Fiction and Folklore

What are werewolves (lycanthrope) and why are they so important? Werewolves, or lycanthrope, are mythological humans with the ability to shapeshift into wolf or hybrid wolf-like creatures either purposely or under a curse.  Men and women able to transform into a wolf or man/wolf hybrid usually resulting in a merciless killing machine. Born from folklore, werewolves are the result of disease, curse, or magic.  This post will focus on different examples including those in literature, film, television, comics, animation, and video games. List of Werewolf Powers and Abilities in Fiction In…

Read More