And last of the Big Three conferences is Nintendo’s. With the new Wii U console looming, Nintendo had a much larger task this E3. Rather than coasting, which is what Microsoft and Sony seemed to do, Nintendo had to sell the Wii U to the audience. Nintendo started off pretty strong with this. They aired a pre-E3 presentation, which illustrated the Wii U’s numerous features. Many of the features listed were pretty cool, and were set to literally appeal to every audience: casuals, core gamers, you name it. However, once we get to their conference, things start to go downhill.
There’s a bit of a love/hate relationship between the Alien franchise and me. Some of this comes from the fact that the movies range in quality kind of wildly and part because the tale itself can be a little tricky to understand in some respects. But I have nothing but respect for Ridley Scott so there was no way I was going to miss this.
But was it worth the wait? Was it everything the fans hoped it would be? Does it even matter at this point? Let’s take a look at the Alien prequel we’ve been waiting for after nearly a decade: Prometheus.
I’ve never written a list for the site before, but I figured I’d try something new what with this being the anniversary of my first post on the site. Anyway, today I’m here to talk about my favorite lesser-known comic characters. When I say lesser known, I mean someone that is not well-known by the general public so, for instance, Superman is out but Match (a clone of Superboy) is fair game. Obviously, some hardcore comic fans may feel some of these characters are pretty well-known, but remember that I’m talking overall recognizability. Read on to find out who made it!
Warning: I usually am not a big fan of spoilers, but this article will have a few. If you’re worried, then feel free to just look at who I picked but not read the text accompanying it.