Friday, July 3, 2015
Comic-Con 2015 will be held at San Diego Convention Center's cavernous Hall H on July 11, 2015 and fans can't wait for the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Preview and action figures will also be presented.
Mattel has revealed their doll version of actress Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman from Dawn of Justice. The toy is 12 inches tall and comes with some accessories: sword, shield, tiara, bulletproof bracelets and her signature lasso of truth.
They are also selling action figures of Henry Cavill's Superman and Ben Affleck's Batman for $30. Both figurines are 6 inches tall and is equipped with fabric capes and display base.
Monday, June 22, 2015
Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first promotional video for the game "Tales of Berseria" for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 role-playing game (RPG) on June 22, 2015 Monday. The clip is two minutes long.
The release date for this game has not yet been announced.
The clip shows that this game will only feature a heroine as the protagonist instead of the dual protagonists which is a man and a woman in the Tales of Xillia. Mutsumi Inomata designed the heroine Velvet, and Rina Satou is the voice.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
Valve announced the new overhauled Dota 2 that is named "Dota 2 Reborn". The company said that it will feature an entirely new interface and a new engine which is rumored to be Source 2.
They have completely rebuilt and change the dashboard, this means that it will be different and will offer an all new experience for gamers specially if you have been playing DOTA 2 for quite some time now. One of the reasons why Valve is revamping the interface is to "make the game more lightweight" according to their blog post.
It will also reportedly make it easier for amateurs to learn to play, with better training tools and guided bot games. It will include an expanded DotaTV, with detailed stats and graphs available, and information to help users decide which games to watch.
Friday, June 5, 2015
other HEXBUG toys here.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Hot Toys added two more Iron Man figures to join their Avengers: Age of Ultron lineup, the Iron Man Mark XLV and the Iron Legion drone. The Mark XLV figure will be Hot Toys' 300th figure for their Movie Masterpiece Series.
The Mark XLV is very impressively done with amazing details, it features die-cast metal pieces that light up using LED, specially applied metallic red, gold and silver colored paint with weathered effects, hands that can be changed, interchangeable damaged chest piece, and a detailed display base inspired by the climax of Age of Ultron. The 1:6 scale measures about 30cm tall.
The Mark XLV cost $354.99. It maybe released between July and September 2016.
The movie-accurate Iron Legion Collectible Figure is specially crafted based on its image in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Iron Legion figure features a finely created armored body, metallic red, white, and blue colored on armor with weathered effects and Avengers decals, interchangeable armor parts, and a specially designed figure stand.
The Iron Legion Drone is not yet available for pre-order.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Hot Toys show off their the Avenger: Age of Ultron collectible figure of The Vision. It is a 1:6 scale movie accurate figure. The toy features 30 points of articulation, a newly developed head sculpt with a very detailed texture and Mind Stone. The tailored costume and lavishly designed cape. It also has four pairs of interchangeable hands, a display stand and Thor’s hammer.
Hot Toys’ Age of Ultron Vision is expected to be available in Spring 2016.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Kids and adults are fascinated about space travel, soon you can simulate it with the new LEGO Spaceport coming this August. The LEGO Spaceport is composed of space shuttle, launch pad, countdown clock, commanders scientists, small rover and astronauts. The four LEGO City Spaceport is scheduled to be released in August 2015 at around $119.99.
The spaceport will have a crawler transporter for the large, build-able space shuttle. The shuttle's payload bay doors can be open to show cargo space that can hold satellites, like NASA's shuttle.