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Alterna November 2019 Solicits

Mighty Mascots Get Giant in Alterna Comics’ November 2019 Solicits

Alterna Comics has specialised in publishing comic books at the kind of price points that bigger comic book publishers seem to say are impossible to publish at these days. With 99-cent and $1.50 prices being common. In their solicitations for November 2019, however, they will be republishing their Mighty Mascots series from Keith Gleason and […]

Massive Mighty Morphin Spoilers For The Power Rangers Movie, Revealed

With just a few weeks left before the major property reboot movie Power Rangers is released, Bleeding Cool has been hearing the word about what fans can expect from the movie. Perhaps most importantly, our source assures us that the film is good! It is enjoyable fun and while it is different to the original series, […]

Final Fantasy XV Preview – What Four Hours With The Title Told Us

Sayem Ahmed writes for Bleeding Cool after spending four hours with a recent build of Final Fantasy XV… To say that Final Fantasy XV has had a troubled development is an understatement. Now over 10 years into development, we’ve had a release date and… it’s slipped again. But not without good reason. After 4 hours […]

PAX South 2016: Deckbound Unbound: The Evolution of the TCG

Chris Ahrnsbrak writes for Bleeding Cool from PAX South, When describing anything new, breaking it down into a single high concept isn’t always easy. A fresh entry into the growing TCG market, Deckbound, defies most traditional classifications. It’s one part tower defense game, another part classic quest game… and all tied together by uniquely-powered TCG-style […]

Call of Duty: Blacks Op 3 Has Sold Better Than The Last Two Games In The Franchise

By Adam Cook Activision has announced that Black Ops 3 is the biggest entertainment launch of the year, having made $550 million in the first three days it was on sale. They’ve not made all the figures available, but apparently the sales are “significantly” bigger than Advanced Warfare and Ghosts – though, of course, both […]

The Nathan Drake Collection Was The Best Selling Digital PS4 Game In October

By Adam Cook After a stellar line-up of games hitting Sony’s PS4 last month, it’s perhaps a surprise to see that the best selling digital game in their store was Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection – a remastered collection of the first three Uncharted games. It’s especially given how often FIFA dominates retail charts. Elsewhere, […]

This War of Mine Hits Smartphones Today

By Adam Cook Critical hit This War of Mine from 11 bit studios)has been released on iOS and Android smartphones today. It’s a game well worth considering, as it has almost XCOM-like management mechanics, and while not quite as deep, they’ll accompany as you traverse a war torn country, trying to scavenge and survive. There’s a […]

Microsoft Challenge YouTubers To Be Real Life Tomb Raiders

By Adam Cook File this one under “kinda cool marketing-type things”, but Microsoft has sent four YouTubers to Siberia for 48 hours in celebration of the release of Rise of the Tomb Raider, and under the guise of challenging them to survive like Lara Croft. They’ll be climbing rocks, hiking up mountains in blizzard conditions, […]

Xbox One Preview Members Might Be Getting Something Special

By Adam Cook Have you been a part of the Xbox One preview program, and experienced the multitude of dash-updates thanks to that new experience? I have, and it’s been… fine, actually, since it all updates while I sleep. But Microsoft have acknowledged on Twitter (via VG247) that it’s been annoying for some, and Director of Program Management […]

Telltale’s Game of Thrones Coming to Retail – New Screenshots Shown

By Adam Cook It may have been a while coming, but any finale of Game of Thrones is something that’s going to grab attention, and the Telltale series comes to a close on November 17th. To announce that it’s also coming to retail (on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4) for $29.99 on that […]

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Rainbow Six Siege PC Specs Revealed

By Adam Cook Over on Ubisoft’s official blog, it’s revealed exactly what kind of PC you’ll need to run the latest (and hopefully greatest) Rainbow Six title. The minimum specs: Supported OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64bit versions required) Processor Intel Core i3 560 @ 3.3 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 945 @ […]


Fallout 4 Is Huge And So Is Its Soundtrack

By Adam Cook Just in case you’ve not had enough Fallout 4 already (you’ve been playing non-stop since release, right?), for $15.99 you can grab the soundtrack which available on iTunes right now. It’s a big one, too, with 65 tracks from composer Inon Zur, who was also responsible for the music in Dragon Age: […]

Confessions Of An Assassin’s Creed Skeptic – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, Another year, another Assassin’s Creed game, just like another Call of Duty game comes along at the same time, the two annual AAA game genres are the stabby-stabby and the shooty-shooty. Now we have Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. I haven’t played it yet, but I know what to expect in the gameplay, since […]



NYCC ’15: Square Enix Expo Shows Off Deus Ex, Hitman, Tomb Raider and More!

Madeline Ricchiuto writes for Bleeding Cool Square Enix trotted out some of their top games for demos at NYCC this year, with Hitman and Deus Ex taking top billing. Both games featured in-engine footage of the games, with Hitman being the more polished of the two. Life Is Strange and Rise of the Tomb Raider […]

SDCC ’15: Drawing Alongside Jim Lee During His Comic Con Panel

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu When I signed up for the panel called Focus on Jim Lee, it was for two reasons. First, of course, is the professional one, to report it, as he’s one of the greatest comicbook artists alive, and with very good reason. The second one is that, simply, he is one of […]