10 Best Easter Eggs in Stranger Things

The third season of Netflix’s sci-fi horror love letter Stranger Things unleashed over a week ago and yet again it is filled with 80s Easter eggs. I went through each season to dish out my favorite references and hidden gems found in the show. No worries, no spoilers here, only fun details found in this nostalgic world.

#10: Alien References

Many movie franchises get a nod across all three seasons, and in the first year the show came out, a great shot gives some love to the 1979 classic, Alien. The lighting and camera work makes this egg come close to the eggs found in the iconic sci-fi horror flick.

This is not the only reference to the franchise. Plenty of shots are heavily inspired the Alien movies.


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#9: Dungeons and Dragons

The ultimate tabletop game to play in a basement back in the 80s, Dungeons and Dragons. The crew of friends spent much of their time playing when they were not avoiding death or the drama of school.

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#8: ET is Everywhere

The first season heavily dives into references to ET. The way Mike (Finn Wolfhard) hides Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) to giving her an extra girly disguise are just a few of the many times the Spielberg classic gets some love.


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#7: Evil Dead Poster

Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) has an awesome poster in his room which can be seen here and there. The poster in question is the original Evil Dead. When promoting season 2 with many twists on classic movie posters, Joyce (Winona Ryder) made an appearance as a demon controlled by the Necronomicon grabbed her.

When Eleven digs through the basement which reveals new information about Hopper (David Harbour), the whole scene’s atmosphere and cinematography recreate the iconic moment when the protagonists find the Book of the Dead in the Sam Raimi film.

#6: Video Games

The arcade in the first episode of season two has a plethora of old school games. Pac-Man, Galaga, and Dig Dug are only a few of the many that can be spotted.


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#5: Mad Max

The name of the first episode from the second season titled after the Mel Gibson post-apocalyptic action flick. The real reason is to introduce a new character, Max (Sadie Sink), but it is an easy and perfect way to wink to the audience.


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#4: The Goonies

Sean Astin’s beloved Bob has a similar arc to another movie he featured in, The Goonies. From translating the map, referencing pirate treasure, and the way he saves people’s lives from the monstrous creatures all take right from his role as Mikey.


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#3: Temple of Doom

Towards the middle of the second season, Hopper’s hat falls off of his head when in the upside-down. Pulling a Harrison Ford, he goes back for it. This might seem small, but The Duffer Brothers, the minds who created this universe, confirmed that it is indeed a reference to Indiana Jones.


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#2: The Terminator

The timeline gets more defined by releases of brand new movies, like James Cameron’s Terminator enhances the immersion of season two’s Oct. theme. If only a scene of the film or cameo from Schwarzenegger could have happened to complete this reference.


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#1: The Thing

The best pop culture tip of the hat goes to the poster found in Mike’s basement, The Thing. My favorite horror movie getting its time to shine in the background made this series complete for me back when I started watching the first season.

A clip gets shown when Scott Clarke and his significant other Jen are watching the film on VHS.

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The Netflix hit relishes its time period with subtle and blunt ways to give some love to the significant influences that helped shape the series. I know I missed out on plenty in this list, so was not mentioned that caught your attention?

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4 Possible Futures For Spider-Man in Phase Four

Spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home

The latest adventure with Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his friends was a fun ride that seemingly ended on a positive Hollywood conclusion until you sit long enough to the first after-credits scene. Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) frames Spidey for his murder, the killing citizens in London, and reveals his identity. Now my brain is going all over the place about what could possibly happen in the future when Marvel takes us into the next phase.

#4: Sinister Six 

No, I will never stop talking about a Sinister Six story in the MCU, especially since Sony still plans to do one in its disaster of a universe that does not have an established Spider-Man. My previous theory has changed due to this twist that will change the entire future of Holland’s run as the neighborhood friendly superhero.

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Some characters are already established to set this ultimate fight for Spider-Man in a future movie. Mac Gargan/Scorpion (Michael Mando) was shown in the after-credit scene for Homecoming, which establishes an additional character who often takes part in the sextet of villains. While Vulture (Michael Keaton) seems to take a step back away from the criminal life by not giving away Peter’s identity, he can come back in some capacity. He would have the opportunity to introduce future Scorpion to Shocker (Bokeem Woodbine).

Someone who is not an established supervillain with a brief appearance was Aaron Davis/Prowler (Donald Glover). Aaron was just a smalltime criminal but could be introduced as one of Scorpion’s outside men that he mentions to Vulture. While Prowler is not usually thought of as a member of this group of sinister minds, he has had a history, which should not stop Marvel from being creative by adding never before seen members to the crew.

Mysterio might be dead, but the master of deception could find a way to pop back up. Even if he died, I am sure some technology could bring him back, mostly because Gyllenhaal’s performance is too good to pass up on future opportunities.

Counting on the ex-Stark employee is actually dead, some spots need to be filled to complete the Sinister Six. Scorpion knows people on the outside which could introduce plenty of new faces into the MCU like Rhino, Doc Ock, or one of the Osbornes for a new take on the Green Goblin.

#3: Fugitive Spider-Man

Marvel is taking some twists on familiar territory with one of their most iconic characters. Peter is set as the new Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) without being the new Iron Man at the same time in Far From Home. Him getting framed for murder seems reminiscent to Captain America (Chris Evans) turning from a hero into criminal in the eyes of the government. The next adventure with the stickiest crimefighter could be similar to The Winter Soldier or Civil War as he deals with politics and runs away from the law.

#2: Leading a Team of Avengers

I am not looking towards the whole team, but I do see Spider-Man needing help with this new obstacle. Leaning on some of his superpowered friends could come in handy, especially if any other unwanted threats come sniffing around.

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#1: Never Clearing His Name

Like how Captain America never got to bury the hatchet with the government, the web-slinger may never recover from Mysterio’s fail-safe.  When a world-ending threat comes to Earth, or some neighborhood-level criminals come knocking, he will crawl out of his hiding hole to defend New York or the planet. Since his comic narrative arcs consist of some of the bleakest stories in Marvel’s catalog, this could be a way to lean into his darker side.

Who knows if any of these will be right, but Marvel has a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, which might give fans an idea for the future of the MCU. What are your theories on Spider-Man’s future? Be sure to discuss it all in the comments.

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6 Beloved Movie Franchises That Have Mostly Sucked

Studios love a strong franchise that can make them billions of dollars. For fans, it means they get more movies with characters they are devoted towards or a universe they are invested in to watch develop further. Plenty of these series churn out quality film after quality film, but many get new entries despite being terrible. These movies should have called it quits or go back to what made them special in the first place if the executives want to save it for the sake of the fans, even though we know they don’t care about us.

#6: Friday the 13th

Horror gets more sequels than any other genre due to its power of making tons of money on low budgets. While it may seem like a great idea to see your favorite monster or killer again, many times it ends up going too ridiculous or redundant with its ideas.

The Friday the 13th series is one of the biggest culprits by losing any creativity after a couple of films. The first two were groundbreaking for the time, but soon became an overly absurd franchise full of the same ideas with some new scenarios and ways for Jason to kill horny teens. Once you are sending your psychopathic, undead killer into space, hell, and fighting another antagonist from a different franchise, it is time to call it quits.

#5: Alien

The cosmic horror franchise has gone downhill after two movies. The original being a horrific standoff between a crew and an unknown alien entity while its sequel blends the genre with an action twist. Like many before and after the Alien movies, it loses sight to what made the originals special.

Losing its social commentary definitely hurt the films, but mostly its self-destruction of the lore that fans fell in love with in the very beginning. Prometheus and Alien: Covenant tore apart the universe that was built that tarnishes the legacy of their predecessors.

#4: X-Men

Finding a more convoluted franchise than X-Men would be a challenging task. Full of inconsistent powers from iconic heroes and villains along with stories that don’t tie together well. Things got so bad, they needed a film to redo the damage with Days of Future Past, which was well received by fans and critics. Then after those repairs, one of the most beloved stories from the comics was butchered with Apocalypse.

Plenty of positives can be found here with X-Men. The brilliant casting with Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Michael Fassbender, and plenty more stars help brighten up even the darkest of times these heroes had to face with poorly made films. A few entries were excellent, especially the non-canon Logan.

Thankfully, we could see a streak of excellence from everyone’s favorite mutants once the Fox and Disney acquisition goes through. The day the Avengers and X-Men meet will be a glorious one for the superhero fandom.

#3: Jurassic Park

Fans tend to have mixed feelings about the later films, but the 1993 original reigns as the king. After one movie, everything started to decline. The main downfall is the repetition of its storyline. Dinosaurs breakout that ties together usually with some corporate agenda that leads to all of the chaos. After the disastrous response to Fallen Kingdom, things could turn even more grim for Chris Pratt and his raptor friends.

#2: Terminator 

Another franchise that holds two excellent, but different movies while crumbling under its own premise and messy world building. The first two Terminator movies dominate with the second usually gets held as even greater than the original. Sadly, the narrative came crashing down as time travel stories can succumb to if the focus gets lost. Since Genisys, it looks like robot Schwarzenegger might be doomed.

James Cameron now has his power over the franchise which could result in a revival that could satisfy fans. Cameron does have his hands full with the many Avatar sequels he is planning, so hopefully, all goes well to restore Terminator to its former glory that it held decades ago.

#1: Pirates of the Caribbean 

Based on a ride at Disneyland, these pirate adventures slowly declined in quality with each release. I do enjoy the first three even considering their blatant issues, but the last two were brutal to sit through, especially the 2017 entry. The stories get more absurd and utterly stupid. All that needs to be said is Jack Sparrow’s (Johnny Depp) origin on how he got his name from Dead Men Tell No Tales proves how bad this franchise has gotten.

What movies do you think have gone downhill as more sequel got thrown out into the world? How do you feel about my list? Discuss what you are thinking in the comments below.

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7 Bands That Changed My Life

Music has a power to it unlike anything else on the planet. The way it can connect with people on an emotional level is surreal. It has shaped me who I am and who I want to become down the road while helping me get through the hardest points in my life. While the list of my favorite groups who have influenced me could go on for way too long, these are just seven of those bands.

#7: Disturbed

Disturbed might always be my favorite band. They got me into music in the first place, and I will forever cherish it. I have never heard anyone who can produce as powerful and moving music as this Chicago quartet.

Sure, their music is pretty straight forward a lot of the times, but they have a variety in their subject manner from politics to relationships. David Draiman’s insight, along with his impressive vocal style and range makes for some adrenaline-inducing music.

The rest of the band lay the groundwork for some great melodic hard rock. They know what they want to do and execute their vision flawlessly.

#6: A Day to Remember

A lot of the middle and high school metalcore bands that get put into the same circle as A Day to Remember I don’t care for anymore, but this Florida based group is special. The reason that made me stick around after all of these years is their diverse sound by mixing metalcore and pop punk along with other influences. ADTR has a song for almost anyone from the somber acoustic tracks to their heaviest songs.

#5: Cannibal Corpse

While I don’t have interest in Cannibal Corpse anymore, they were my introduction into extreme music. I don’t remember how young I was when I first heard death metal, or what was my first, but Cannibal was the first I could recognize. They opened the door to something far heavier than I could imagine at that point in my life.

#4: Whitechapel

At a time, I fell off of extremely heavy music because I can’t relate to songs like Hammer Smash Face. To this day, I usually need something I can connect with, which is why Whitechapel changed the game for me. I never knew a band could be this extreme while having such emotion to their music.

Their recent releases diverge far away from their early work, which is another reason why I never left. These guys have evolved into a straight up metal group rather than sticking to the deathcore genre. Growth for any artist is essential, and Whitechapel’s latest album The Valley proves their skill.

#3: Breaking Benjamin

I went heavily into metal and fell out of rock for a long time. The only rock band I listened to was Disturbed, but Breaking Benjamin balanced things out perfectly. Benjamin Burnley’s soft voice with a mix of his powerful screams gave me my fix of melody and hard-driving rhythm.

When it comes to having songs to connect with, Burnley knows how to write gripping lyrics. His influence of Nirvana makes for open interpretations of his music to extend the reach he has with his fans.

#2: The Black Dahlia Murder

Like I said, I want music I can connect with the meaning, but some are given a pass. I usually want immense talent to impress me despite lacking in any emotion. The Black Dahlia Murder flawlessly executes every aspect of crafting a record above most artists in the metal scene. Everything from their instrumentation, unique screams, brilliant lyrics, and some of the most beautiful album artwork I have seen.

#1: Slipknot

Initially, I did not like Slipknot. Psychosocial did not sell me, so I avoided the masked Iowa natives for years. After a lot of new circling about the band’s album .5 The Gray Chapter got my attention. I decided to look them up on YouTube and found People = Shit then my life had changed forever.

After reading all of Corey Taylor’s books, listening to all of their music, and seeing their incredible live performances on YouTube turned me from a naysayer into a maggot. I now know why they are the most influential band in the past twenty years.

What artists made the biggest impact on your life? Comment below your favorites, I would love to read what you have to say.

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10 Absurd Metal Band Names

To no surprise to both fans and outsiders of heavy metal, this genre of music gets weird fast. From gratuitous lyrics, offensive merch, and ridiculous band names that will undoubtedly get a variety of satisfying reactions. While there are a countless amount of bands out in the world with the most absurd band names, these ones have to be some of the most out there with their shock value or brutality.

#10: Cattle Decapitation

Starting off with a band that I actually listen to. This deathgrind uses their vegetarian lifestyle to empower their violent lyrics. The name says it all for what you should expect from these guys.

If you are curious, their album The Anthropocene Extinction is a masterpiece.

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#9: Cannibal Corpse

Out of the insanely violent names out there, nobody beats these death metal veterans. Cannibal Corpse lives up to their name with their album covers, merch, and horrifying lyrics. They made such an iconic scary name that people who don’t listen to any metal still know who they are because they left a mark on the world.

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#8: Cannabis Corpse

A stoner death metal band who played off of Cannibal’s name. While some of these names that are just jokes tend to lean on the dull side, Cannibal Corpse takes the cake for their fun twist on one of death metal’s biggest bands.

#7: Heaven Shall Burn

Metal and religion don’t always go together, and this is a factor in that relationship. Heaven Shall Burn have a shocking name, but they are much more intelligent and philosophical than most groups with titles that go for offending people or making some anti-religious statement. The real meaning is about people not seeing reality, and instead of seeing something false to make themselves feel better, so they want that to burn for the truth to hit those people hard. The message may not have the same weight as the name, it is still effective on both ends of the spectrum.

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#6: Dying Fetus

Another group of death metal legends. It sounds funny to write about Dying Fetus while the discussion about abortion rises in the United States, which makes the band’s shock factor pack a harder punch.

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#5: Infant Annihilator

Let’s continue to butcher babies with Infant Annihilator. This deathcore band got quite the following on social media due to their first release, The Palpable Leprosy of Pollution. A lot of death metal goes down the offensive and disturbing road, but these guys take the cake since that is their entire goal while putting a more comedic spin on the songs.

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#4: Anal Cunt

The comedic grindcore group Anal Cunt does not need a paragraph about their absurd name, they chose Anal Cunt, and we just have to go with it.

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#3: Cunt Cuntly

Named after an inside joke between friends, Cunt Cuntly was born into the deathcore scene. Initially they started off as an instrumental band, but later on, hired a vocalist. Having some vocals and lyrics add to their over the top attitude and musical content.

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#2: We Butter the Bread with Butter

To take a break from the disgusting and gruesome names, these German metalheads cannot be beaten when it comes to a stupid name like this.

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Abbreviated as Xavlegbmaofffassssitimiwoamndutroabcwapwaeiippohfffx, this band goes towards a similar thought process as Anal Cunt, Cunt Cuntly, and Infant Annihilator by going for the most insanely dumb, yet comedic music while bringing the heaviest material possible. The meme inspired group has songs like Dicks Out for Harambe, so you know what you are in for when you listen to them.

The group has arguably the most illegible name when you see their logo. Show it to anyone and award them if they can read it.

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Plenty of insane band names are out in the world. Comment below on some names you have heard about that did not appear on this list.

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Best of E3 2019

To be honest, I felt nothing really hit me this year at E3. With that said, each conference had a few heavy hitters to show off to the world. Strap in for some hot takes because these are the best games shown at E3, in no particular order.

#21: Halo Infinite

Nobody knows what to expect from the next Halo title, but the new cinematic trailer was spectacular.

#20: Elden Ring

A lot can be speculated due to FromSoftware’s style with Dark Souls and Bloodborne, but nobody knows what they are planning in this collaboration with Game of Thrones author George RR Martin. Wherever the game ends up as when we get an official glimpse into its gameplay, I can say I am sold based on the collaboration alone.

#19: Dying Light 2

Not much more on the parkour centered zombie game besides a new trailer. I am a huge zombie fan and enjoyed the first title despite its issues. I cannot wait to get into this world with my friends and kill the undead.

Dying Light 2 comes out sometime next year for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

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#18: 12 Minutes

This trippy trailer was an unexpected treat. A man trapped in a time loop could make for some refreshing storytelling and gameplay. I hope we can see more soon.

It will release next year for Xbox and PC.

#17: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

EA has a license to make Star Wars game for at least ten years, yet I have hated everything they have done so far. Respawn making a story-driven game in this universe looks like a typical linear adventure experience, but that does not take away from how incredible it looks. Please don’t disappoint me.

Releasing on Nov. 15 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

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#16: Deathloop

Another game involving time loops, except this, is an action game where two veteran mercenaries are trying to kill one another. I have no idea what to expect, and that is okay because I will absolutely throw my money at these developers to get my hands on it.

#15: Wolfenstein: Youngblood

The new series of the Wolfenstein franchise is bonkers with all of its blood-filled glory. As a Jewish person, I have a blast taking down Nazis. With Youngblood, I get to do this with a friend. Nothing brings people together, like killing Nazis and playing video games.

Releasing July 26 for all platforms.

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#14: DOOM Eternal

Finally, after three years the sequel to the heavy metal infused reboot is coming. DOOM Eternal will ratch up the brutality, fluid movement, and its world to raise up the already high bar that was set by its predecessor.

DOOM Eternal is coming on Nov. 22 for all platforms.

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#13: GhostWire: Tokyo 

This action-horror game is the most mysterious AAA title we saw this E3. Expecting to come to next-generation consoles, we will have to wait quite sometime before seeing what this project will actually look like.

#12: My Friend Pedro

This action-packed side scroller is coming next week on the 20, and I am beyond excited. You will undoubtedly see it again when I write my review until then you should look into its goofy trailers that stay true to Devolver Digital’s personality.

My Friend Pedro will release on PC and the Switch.

#11: Carrion

A 2D horror platformer where players get to control the monster. This slug-like alien devours everyone in sight, and it looks like a blast.

#10: Maneater

Open world RPGs are incredibly popular, except this one has a twist on it. Tripwire, the developers of Killing Floor, have shown more information on their upcoming SharkPG. Go around the world, eating anything in sight and growing your baby shark into the powerful beast from Jaws, or even greater.

No release date has been set, but PC gamers will have this exclusive RPG.

#9: Borderland 3

Borderlands is one of my favorite series. Not a lot can beat playing with friends to gather loot and defeat over the top bosses in this looter shooter. Now, after seven years after the last main title, and five since its spin-off, we can finally get our hands on the third entry in a few months.

An interview with Paul Sage, the creative director of the upcoming shooter, and he gave plenty of interesting details on the long-awaited sequel. Weapons, leveling up, and endgame information was given with some vague hints at PvP going beyond duals.

Borderlands 3 comes out Sept. 13 for Xbox, PS4, and PC (for the first six months it will be an Epic Games Store exclusive).

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#8: Valfaris

A love letter to fans of 2D action platformers and listeners of heavy metal. Extreme music only heightens the chaotic nature of the combat.

TBA 2019 for all platforms.

#7: Remnant: From the Ashes

A coop looter shooter that has a focus on difficulty. The developers emphasized rewards at every step of the game from grand bosses to smaller accomplishments. You will need a squad of reliable players to get through this upcoming game.

Out Aug. 20 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

#6: Midnight Ghost Hunt

Take the modded game mode Prop Hunt and make the props attack. Midnight Ghost Hunt twists the popular mod into something refreshing. One team of hunters vs. a gang of ghosts.

It will enter alpha this summer.

#5: Chivalry 2

I never played the first, but I have plenty of time under my belt with similar titles like Mordhau.  The sequel is a collaboration of the original’s developers and Tripwire to make a more accessible, faster-paced game.

#4: Watch Dogs Legion

My experiences with Watch Dogs is not extensive. I played the flawed first title that introduced the world to Ubisoft’s hacking oriented IP. I enjoyed myself, but it was not what was promised along with lousy writing. The sequel improved upon those problems, but I never had a chance to play despite wanting to get my hands on it. Then a few weeks ago a leak, and later a confirmation for Watch Dogs Legion.

The gameplay video blew me away by its freedom and interesting mechanics on selecting playable characters. Ubisoft got me on this one, I just hope they can deliver.

The third Watch Dogs comes out March 20, 2020, for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

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#3: Rainbow Six Quarantine

The next Rainbow game is a zombie spinoff. Players will team up with squads of three to complete objectives and survive against a new threat. This is the first entry since Siege which released four years ago.

Quarantine comes out early 2020 for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

#2: Cyberpunk 2077

Not much was shown except for another closed doors demo. The trailer that was public showed off Keanu Reeves, the most mind-blowing thing to come out from E3 2019. The actor came out to talk about how he will have a role in the upcoming RPG and to show the release date, April 16, 2020, for Xbox, PS4, and PC.

This is my most anticipated game for next year, and I need it as soon as possible. I need a time machine…

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#1: Marvel’s Avengers

While the mysterious Avengers title from Square Enix only got a trailer with not much more given, but I am sold because I love Marvel too much to skip. The trailer shows off that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have been framed for an attack and have become outlaws. Now a threat has grown too dangerous that brings back the team.

Marvel’s Avengers comes out May 15, 2020, for Xbox, PS4, and Xbox.

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Nintendo Direct E3 2019 Conference Breakdown

Nintendo is back with some of the most iconic titles in the industry. We got to see recognizable faces along with some new ones.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC

Vastly different worlds are colliding into Nintendo’s epic crossover fighter. The beginning of the event showed that the unnamed hero from Dragon Quest will make an appearance.

Towards the end of the show, a trailer came to present the introduction of Banjo-Kazooie to join the fight later this year.

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Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition Trailer

Coming to the Switch on Sept. 27.

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Gameplay Trailer for Luigi’s Mansion 3

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Trailer for The Dark Crystal: Tactics Age of Resistance

Gameplay Trailer for Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Out Sept. 20 for the Switch.

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Trailer for Trials of Mana

Coming out early 2020 for Switch, PS4, and PC. Plus for fans who can’t wait, you can pick up the original three games for the Switch today.

The Witcher: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition

The port is coming to the Switch sometime this year.

Trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Coming to the Switch on July 26.

Resident Evil Ports

The fifth and six main entries of the Resident Evil series are coming to the Switch this fall.

Trailer for No More Heroes 3

Coming 2020.


A lot is coming for Contra fans. Rogue Corps is coming to the Switch on Sept. 24. Along with this release date, a collection of 10 games and a 74-page ebook are available today.

Trailer for Daemon X Machina

Coming Sept. 13 for the Switch.

Trailer for Danzer Dragon

Coming this winter.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Trailer

Coming to the Switch on Nov. 15.

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Trailer for Astral Chain

Out Aug. 30 for the Switch.

Trailer for Empire of Sin

Coming spring 2020 for all platforms.

Trailer for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Out July 19 for the Switch.

Trailer for Cadence of Hyrule

Out July 13 for the Switch.

Trailer for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games

Out sometime in Nov. for the Switch.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Delayed

The push went from this year to March 20, 2020.

Breath of the Wild Sequel

A sequel is coming to 2017 hit. A teaser trailer was released with no further information.

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