‘Cyberpunk 2077’ should arrive December 10 (the scheduled release has been pushed back three times until now) for PC, current- and next-gen consoles (through backwards compatibility).

As we’re getting closer, the first footage of the game running on consoles, has finally been revealed. We’ve seen it running on PC a couple of times and it’s a marvel, there’s no one able to deny it.

But the stunning visuals and details combined with the open-world setting do come with a price. You’ll need a powerful setup to fully enjoy it in its full glory.

It is demanding and a jump to ray-tracing really needs high-end specs. Will you get it for PC?


The hype around CD Projekt Red’s sci-fi open-world title ‘CYBERPUNK 2077’ is evergrowing even though the title has been delayed three times already.

The initial launch date was planned for April 16th, then pushed to September 17th, announced to be on track for November 19th and now scheduled to December 10th. There are however players that doubt it will be released this year at all.

Planned for PC, current- and next-gen consoles, today we’re finally getting footage of the game running on consoles (Xbox One X and Xbox Series X in this video). It is the first time we get a showcase on how it looks on consoles, so you should definately check it out!

Coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia on December 10th, 2020. The game will also be playable on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles when available though backwards compatibility and a free next-gen upgrade will [probably] arrive in a couple of months.

Post-launch content will support the game through both free and purchasable content such as DLC.


Just yesterday I’ve posted a video of the world’s first real lightsaber and here’s another video where we get to see it in action!!!

Don’t miss this one, the guys are putting it to test and…. heck it can even cut through steel!

You should check out their YouTube channel, they’ve made some CRAZY stuff during the years, like Wolverine’s bone claws, Iron Man Plasma Glove, and Helmet (WITH DISPLAY!!!), Thor’s Hammer and lots of other fun projects.


A working (and RETRACTABLE!!!) light saber has always been a dream, ever sice the concept was introduced by George Lucas in 1977’s film ‘Star Wars’ (now titled ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ or ‘Episode IV’).

Up until now there has been, as we know it, no one able to pull it off. But just like its inspiration, there’s ‘A New Hope’ (pun intended).

Not just that they’ve been working it out, it results in being able to produce a blue lightsaber, a green lighsaber, a red lightsaber, an ember lightsaber and even a yellow lightsaber. In the ‘Star Wars’ universe these are made of lightsaber crystals also known as kyber crystals. And all colors are supposed to have different meanings

. This is rocket science and beyond my knowledge, so I’ll let these guys explain it to you.


On the same day Disney’s streming service – Disney+ – launched in eight more countries, (Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Belgium and Luxembourg), the company released the first trailer for the second seasons of ‘The Mandalorian’.

‘The Mandalorian’ is the first live-action series set in the ‘Star Wars’- universe and successful, with a rating of 8,7/10 from over 188 000 users on IMDb. There are eight episodes (the whole first season) with a length of in between 29 to 38 minutes available on D+.

The series has became a pop-culture phenomena a lot thanks to “Baby Yoda”.

Season 2 arrives October 30th on Disney+.


The next epic sci-fi adventure is ‘Dune’.
Based on the classic work with the same name, written by Frank Herbert, it follows a brilliant and gifted young man – Paul Atreides (played by Timothée Chalamet) – destined for greatness.

It has a STELLAR CAST with Jason Momoa (‘Game of Thrones’) , Josh Brolin (‘Avengers’), Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’), Oscar Isaac (the ‘Star Wars’- sequels), Stellan Skarsgård (‘Chernobyl’), Rebecca Ferguson (‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’) and Zendaya (the new ‘Spider-Man’- trilogy).

Beside that the trailer is elegantly perfect, the project is split in two parts

In US theaters December 18.



‘Cyberpunk 2077’ “is an open-world, action-adventure story set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality.“.

This is CD Projekt RED’s (‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’) next game and slated for a November 19th release after being delayed twice. To make the wait easier for us, the developers has given us great glimpses into what to expect.

The official Youtube channel has published some great videos and you should check out the ‘Night City Wire’- playlist where these [great] moments are revealed. Camera hacking, utilising detective skills, weapons to wield, lifepaths you can choose etc are all being showcased.

Two parts have been released, the second just days ago and here they are!

It’s official that if you get the PS4- or the Xbox One- version, you’ll be able to play it on the next-gen consoles on launch day. The plans do not stop there, however. They will “release an upgrade to Cyberpunk 2077, which will take full advantage of the next-gen hardware“, announced “at a later date“.



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The sequel to ‘Avatar’ has been in production for like forever, seems like, but there have however been circumstances leading where we are today.

First of all, there are currently FOUR(!) sequels in works AND, duh…, Corona.

‘Avatar 2’ is now expected to arrive late 2022 and will explore Jake Sully’s new family, new cultures and the great seas of Pandora.

We get a first look at ‘the crabsuit’, one of the vehicles that we will see in the sequels.

In need for more? Here’s more concept, released earlier this year.



‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is an open-world, action-adventure story supposed to arrive on September 17th but was unfortunately pushed back to November 19th and here’s why.

It’s developed by ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’- makers, CD Projekt Red, and both HYPE and expectations are ROCKETING with every single piece of news or video making its way to the world wide web.

A brand new trailer was released almost a week ago, followed by a 20-minutes long gameplay demo just days later.

The game is set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality. You can customize your character’s cyberware, skillset and playstyle, and explore a vast city where the choices you make shape the story and the world around you.

The new trailer is showcasing the world, characters, story, and action:

The gameplay video is worth checking out, a lot of the things going on here are jaw- dropping:

Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC November 19th, 2020.

It’s official that if you get the PS4- or the Xbox One- version, you’ll be able to play it on the next-gen consoles on launch day. The plans do not stop there, however. They will “release an upgrade to Cyberpunk 2077, which will take full advantage of the next-gen hardware“, announced “at a later date“.



The ‘Destroy all Humans!’- franchise started on June 21st, 2005 with the original game’s release on both PS2 and Xbox. It was set during the cold-war era in 1959’s US and parodies that time period. It’s an an open world action-adventure.

In late 2016, Destroy All Humans! and Destroy All Humans! 2 were ported to PlayStation 4 and upscaled to 1080p. In 2018, Destroy All Humans! was ported to Xbox One in their backward compatibility catalog.

The upcoming remake of ‘Destroy All Humans!’ features upgraded visuals and will feature content that was cut from the original version. PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia will get it.

It’s set for a July 28, 2020 release.

Full demo gameplay by IGN:


‘The Mandalorian’ fulfilled ‘Star Wars’-fans’ fantasies by converting elements of the beloved saga into the first ever live-action show based upon the universe created by George Lucas.

Fans and critics LOVED it.

The only thing bigger than the show itself was… Baby Yoda. Well, it’s not a younger version of the legendary Jedi- master Yoda, so it’s not Yoda. Either is Yoda one of the races in the lore, so the name may not be accurate. But IT DOES have his resemblance and that was the name given by fans and it hence to be known by that name.

Are you more into the Dark Side of The Force? Here comes Baby Maul! Or Darth Yoda? Both names fit and he is just ADORABLE!!!


Jon Landau is the producer helming the production of the ‘Avatar’- sequels. He has been working under James Cameron’s (writer and director) supervision in the past with: ‘Titanic’, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ and the first ‘Avatar’ film.

The production for the upcoming films of the franchise (there will be FOUR more!) has been put on hold because of the virus around the world, but the same Jon has published an Instagram post that reveals it will resume next week.

Here’s the announcement:

‘Avatar 2’ was firstly announced for a 2018- release, got pushed back, aimed for a 2020- premiere and now we do hope we’ll get it next December (2021), as planned at the moment.

Who wish to return to Pandora soon?