Batman: Arkham Origins Official Trailer [HD] Released... May 21, 2013 | Michelle
Krieg the Psycho is now available on Borderlands 2!... May 15, 2013 | Michelle
Pokémon X and Y game play footage teases us with the addition of Lumiose City... May 14, 2013 | Trey
Arrested Development Season 4 Trailer [HD]... May 13, 2013 | Michelle
Best sitcom: How I Met Your Mother May 13, 2013 | Michelle
Choosing a TV series for Best Sci-Fi is like dividing by zero; it’s not possible and clearly undefined! Here at Tronnic, undaunted by such a challenge, we are optimistic about revealing our choice (or choices) for Best Sci-Fi series. After much analysis and loads of TV watching, we’ve settled on one show: The X-Files.
Television. According to Nielsen, 95% of Americans still watch traditional TV. The slowly dying medium has put up a tough fight over the last few years and has become more competitive than ever. Both broadcast and cable television have struggled to compete with the new technologies that have emerged. That’s because there is a growing population of Americans, as well as a global population of techy innovators, that have divorced TV altogether and have turned to other platforms to enjoy their once monogamous relationship with TV.
The sins and victories of the past have come back to haunt our favorite genius/billionaire/playboy/philanthropist. In Marvel’s first installment of their post-Avengers phase of super hero flicks, Tony Stark is forced to wrestle with the demons that he created, both physical and psychological. Despite some missteps, director Shane Black has started this summer off with a fun action throwback reminiscent of his past work.
The moment we have all been waiting for is finally here. Bethesda and Elder Scrolls lovers, you can now officially sign up for The Elder Scrolls Online Beta. Below is a preview and an introduction to the online adventure. Matt Firor, the game’s director, explains that The Elder Scrolls Online is about bringing together two types of players: fans of The Elder Scrolls series and fans of Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMOs for short).
If you’re like us and you still have cable, you’re probably extremely annoyed at the ridiculously high cost of keeping it on and the fact that the cost of it changes every few months without warning. It’s like these companies don’t think you’ll notice that you started off paying $99 and then 6 months later you are paying $150 and in my example, 1 year later this blogger was paying $215 for the same three services I had when I started.
There is still a long ways to go before the AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series graces us with its return in February 2013 and if you’re like us, that isn’t soon enough. Luckily for you however, there is plenty of ways to get your fix on all things zombie apocalypse and to get your hands full of gorey awesomeness that is killing the undead. Below are four games inspired by The Walking Dead franchise,