Indications Are PS5’s ‘Wolverine’ Game Will Indeed Be M-Rated

Indications Are PS5’s ‘Wolverine’ Game Will Indeed Be M-Rated

Though Insomniac’s recently announced PS5 Wolverine game is still years and years away, coming after Spider-Man in 2023, that hasn’t stopped fans from asking one central question about the game. Will this do Wolverine “justice”? And by that, they mean … will this be an M-rated game, or Teen like Insomniac’s Spider-Man series? Will Wolverine be allowed to curse and chop people up like his best comic and film iterations? That question appears to have been answered by the game’s ...

Is The Video Game World Ready to Fight in The Iraq War?

Is The Video Game World Ready to Fight in The Iraq War?

The video game “Six Days in Fallujah” was announced in 2009. Some 12 years later, the game still hasn’t been published. But 2021 could be the year players fight through the bloody 2004 Iraq War battle, and the blowback is already fierce, with some referring to the game as an “Arab murder simulator. “By mid-May, a Change.org petition had more than 16,500 signatures calling for the game’s release to be canceled. This is both an old and a new story. Video ...

The Manning Brothers’ Broadcast Was Great, and It Can Be Even Better

The Manning Brothers’ Broadcast Was Great, and It Can Be Even Better

Screenshot: ESPN2 Ever since Peyton Manning retired after the 2015 season, we’d been hoping for Manning to jump into the broadcast booth. His remarkable mix of analytical takes and hysterical mannerisms would make for a fantastic listening experience over NFL games. For five years, we were left empty-handed. Then just two years after Eli Manning retired, ESPN decided to let the Manning brothers loose on the rest of the NFL broadcasting world … and it was glorious! On Sept. 13, ...

10 Trailblazing Asian American Athletes

10 Trailblazing Asian American Athletes

From basketball to martial arts, Asian American athletes have been breaking down the barriers of race in professional American sports. These athletes are not only adept at their sport but have paved the way for more Asian American and Pacific Islander representation in their respective sports.   1. Wataru Misaka   Six decades before “Linsanity” took over sports, Misaka was drafted by the New York Knicks in 1947. He became the first non-white player and player of Asian descent to ...