For several years now -really since Uncharted 2: Among Thieves was released all the way back in October 2009 -a blockbuster Uncharted movie has been in development hell. With castings for Nathan Drake ranging from the terrible (Mark Wahlberg) to the strange (Tom Holland, later clarified to be cast as a young Nathan Drake), the film has struggled to find a lead capable of portraying the witty snark and daring brilliance of the series’ protagonist. And unsurprisingly so. After all, it takes a special talent to pull of the charisma, even in the face of danger, like a modern day Indiana Jones and then be able to mix with it the boyish charm and humor found within Nathan Drake. Because of this, Sony has kept the project on ice until further notice. Nevermind the fact that the fanbase has already told the studio who they want.
Just 24 hours after the official release of their second full-length album, Thread, Red Sun Rising stopped through Dallas to play the intimate venue, Trees in historic Deep Ellum. Joined by Exo-Tension, Reflecting Echoes, and Dark Avenue, Red Sun put on a high-octane show that had the audience bouncing around and singing along to every verse.
Welcome to Chillflix, the first of many film reviews based on Netflix Originals. Why? Because Netflix continually releases a heaping load of content and some of it is actually quite good. Thus I feel it merits its own distinction within this site’s film reviews. The structure of these reviews will be similar to our Plus/Minus […]
Every now and then a truly original game breaks onto the scene and takes the masses by storm. Cuphead: Don’t Deal with the Devil is one of those games. The latest indie darling, Cuphead is a classic run and gun title from developer Studio MDHR. But not everything was roses and sunshine for Studio MDHR. First unveiled in 2014, Cuphead saw 3 years of development hell as it’s hand-drawn (frame by frame) style animation became an understandable, albeit wildly unique albatross around the neck of any release date. Fortunately, the title has managed to see the light of day, and the overwhelmingly positive reviews have been pouring in ever since. Without further ado, here is plus/minus.
Kicking off a new series on TheDallasProspect.com, Plus/Minus serves as a written review of sorts for a game once it’s completed on the channel -whether by beating it or simply discontinuing. To be clear, we won’t be issuing an actual score in these reviews. What we will do is highlight its pros and cons to […]
In case you missed our inaugural edition of Plus/Minus, the series focuses on game reviews for the titles we play on our gaming channel. Said reviews are only written once either Jacob Taylor or myself have completed a game on the channel. The intention is not to issue a grade or a score, but merely […]