Ubisoft is making another game about James Cameron’s Avatar movie universe for PC and console. Their most recent one, in 2010, wasn’t very good. Better luck this time! Ubi says development will be led by Massive, the studio behind The Division and will use that game’s engine. No release date or gameplay details.
When people talk about the current golden age of TV, they’re usually referring to big, serious dramas like Breaking Bad or The Wire. I am here today to tell you that Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated show about a group of magical kids who ride around on a flying buffalo, deserves to be counted among them.
There has been no avatar like Bjork’s avatar, which appeared live yesterday in all its strange glory for a London interview. London’s Somerset House is hosting Bjork’s Digital exhibit, which Bjork discussed live in cybernymph avatar form, using motion capture and 3D animation. Check out the full video for some amazing…
Turns out, Tyrion isn’t just the god of tits and wine, but also an avatar. Truly a man of many talents.
The Legend of Korra drew to a close last week with a series finale chock-full of drama, suspense, sacrifice, and last-ditch heroics. And then, when the dust had settled, something truly wonderful happened.
Yesterday I posted my review of the Legend of Korra video game. While it had some high points, I mostly wasn't a fan. And now, with the Korra cartoon and entire Avatar universe winding down, I can't help but worry that we might never see a video game truly do the series justice.
The Avatar: The Last Airbender/Legend of Korra universe is tailor-made for a good video game. It boggles my mind that the much-loved series still hasn't gotten one.
Kanye has a new haircut—and weirdly, people are mostly comparing it to geeky stuff.
Recently, a naked man painted in blue paint carrying a blow-up doll was spotted running around Beijing. And yes, photos ended up online.
What a dirty trick to play, Bandai Namco. Introducing a never-before-seen character for Dragon Ball Xenoverse, leaving fans to wildly speculate for months before revealing it as the first Dragon Ball game that allows players to inject their own creations into the series' greatest battles. So sneaky. So good.
Jon Snow and Ghost as animated characters by Fernando Mendonca. Click through to see his take on Tyrion and more:
We had a great deal on the Avatar graphic novels recently, and today you can complete your collection with great prices on the show. I finally got around to watching the whole series recently and yeah, it's really really good.
We've come a long way since the realistic dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. Here's YouTuber (and talented 3D artist) Really3D, with a slightly modified, cost-efficient version of the computer graphics from Avatar.
For a long time, young Sokka was the Xander Harris of Avatar: The Last Airbender. He didn't have any sweet bending powers and he wasn't the Avatar; he didn't have a great, noble destiny. He was just a dude with a boomerang. Then, he got the meteor sword.
Seriously. I guess there aren't all that many types of torture I could withstand, but bloodbending from the Avatar series is probably the most ghastly one. I'll never forget when they introduced bloodbending in Avatar: The Last Airbender. I thought "Wait… this is a kid's show? This is the most ghastly thing I've ever…
Last Friday, I wrote a short post about how I was disappointed with the first season of The Legend of Korra. I kept it pretty short and sweet, but enough people seemed interested in the subject that I thought I'd expand on why I felt the show's first season fell short.