Kicking off Dark Horse’s series of Predator comics, Concrete Jungle is the closest thing we’ve had to a true sequel to the first Predator movie.
Is the new Fantastic Four really as bad as everyone is saying? Find out in our review.
The Mission Impossible series has only gotten better as it goes along and Rogue Nation is a fun, fantastic entry in the series as Ethan Hunt tries to uncover the deadly network of The Syndicate.
Tons of platforming goodness has come our way since the last Gamebox article with games like Sega’s Tembo the Bad Ass Elephant, the phenomenon that is Rocket League and more.
Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe closes out with a fantastic and fun heist caper as former Ant-Man Hank Pym recruits Scott Lang, a fresh from jail thief, on a mission to stop his former protege from unleashing a new weapon on the world.
With the return of Arnold, Terminator: Genisys is the best sequel since T2 as it remixes both that movie and the original into a new alternate timeline where Kyle Reese and Sarah Connor must stop Skynet before it can be activated.
Following Secret Wars, the Marvel comics universe will have a major shakeup as new teams are forming, old teams are getting new members, a bunch of characters are getting their own books and much more, check them all out right here.
Fed up with the vapidness of Reality TV, a vigilante, The LA Slasher, takes it upon himself to clean up LA in the slasher/satire, LA Slasher.
We got to check out some E3 demos for a couple of upcoming Tiny Build games along with some downloadable titles on the PS4 and a throwback top down PC shooter for this edition of Gamebox 2.0.
Nintendo had lots to show, even though most of it is not coming out this year, with a new Star Fox, co-op Zelda and Metroid games and more.