A new Power Rangers game will invoke more than just the visual style of the 90s era skin-tight saviors.
Earlier this year the smallest minutia of detail leaked about a new game called Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Mega Battle. Given only the title and the likelihood that this would be a digital-only release, fans were chomping at the bit for more information. Our questions have finally been answered.
Fans of the XBOX Live Arcade and the PS Store are no strangers to pseudo-2D beat 'em ups like Castle Crashers and that's exactly what's in store for Mega Battle. In the GIF below, covered today on Kotaku, you can see a small sample of gameplay action as well a flash of the broader visual style of the game.
It appears that the game will feature 4 player co-op, likely for both local and online play.
While this may not be quite the robust, full 3D action game you have been hoping for, you can at least take comfort in the fact that some of the best games in the series were the original SNES side-scrollers.
It was always her dance floor.
Few artists have given as much of themselves to their fans as Lady Gaga.
Since being ordained queen of the nightclub (not to mention the pregame, the getting-ready-bedroom-dance, the drag show, and the summer night drive) in 2008 with "Just Dance," the hit single from her hit debut album The Fame, Gaga has continued to surprise fans with constant reinvention. She cemented her place as the pop-artist of a generation with Born This Way and even (as over-produced as it was) Art Pop, and then, shockingly, went on to release a jazz standard's album with Tony Bennett (Cheek to Cheek), a country album (Joanne), and finally become an Oscar-nominated actress for A Star Is Born. Somehow, she pulled off every iteration of herself with charisma and grace.
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You can bid on a legal document that grants you ownership of a percentage of Grimes' soul.
If you're feeling particularly soulless as of late, you're not alone!
Grimes, who birthed both a studio album and her first son earlier this year, isn't letting a world in shambles keep her from Grimesing on. She's now dabbling into fine art too, making her debut in simultaneous online exhibitions on Gallery Platform Los Angeles (May 28 through June 3) and Maccarone Los Angeles (May 28 through Aug. 31). The show is called Selling Out and features a piece also called "Selling Out" that contains part of Grimes' soul.