New Godzilla Movie Trailer Shakes Things Up

by Patrick Toworfe

The newest trailer for the upcoming Godzilla reboot was released this week, showing a distressed Bryan Cranston explaining how what’s happening is no natural disaster. This movie aims to be a high-budget reboot of Godzilla’s origins, setting the monster loose in modern day and against the modern military. Godzilla launches in theaters on May 16 2014 in 2D and 3D screenings.

GameStop Promotional Items Lead to Batman Arkham Speculation

by Gabe Carey

According to a report that seems to have leaked from GameSpot, new promotional materials are beginning to appear at the retailer, which mysteriously exhibit the logo for what appears to be a forthcoming Batman video game release. The most recent Batman game to release was Batman: Arkham Origins, a prequel to the Arkham video game series developed by WB Montreal, notably not the developer of the first two Batman Arkham titles. Rocksteady, developer of both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, has kept quiet about their work since releasing Arkham City in late 2011.

Prepare Yourself: Winter Storm Titan Is On Its Way

by Alex Martinet

While this site focuses on giving you the latest video game, movies, tech, and TV coverage, this is uncharted territory for us. Developing as we speak, winter storms are forming in the west, midwest, and northeast. Ice storms are expected to result in Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic, mid-Mississippi Valley, and Ozark. While we’re excited for Titanfall, and it’s very consequential for the winter storm to be named titan. If by any chance you could be affected by this storm, then divert your attention to a weather website or channel to keep updated.

Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season Two: A House Divided Release Date Confirmed

by Alex Martinet

The second episode of Season Two of Telltale’s The Walking Dead will be available in North America for PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac on March 4th.  Xbox 360, and IOS versions will be released later, but no date was announced. The first two episodes will be available for PlayStation Vita owners at the end of the month.

The Original Shin Megami Tensei Coming Stateside for iOS

Atlus has announced today that the original struggle between Law and Chaos, Shin Megami Tensei will be coming out March 18, 2014 for iOS devices. First released in 1992 in Japan for the Super Famicom, this is the first time in 22 years that the game will be available here in the U.S.

Frozen – Movie Review

by Patrick Toworfe

Genre: Animation

Runtime: 102 minutes

Rating: PG

So I finally took the time to watch the movie that quite literally everyone is talking about: Frozen. Upon watching it, I’ve seen what all the hype is about and I’m here to talk about what makes this film worth watching, though it isn’t perfect. Regardless, Frozen is an excellent Disney movie, suitable for the whole family and is definitely something you should consider watching.

Say Goodbye to Nintendo Wifi Service May, 20 for Wii and DS

by Jonathan Pollmann

In a recent polygon article, it was revealed that Nintendo would cut wifi services for its Wii and DS devices. Features such as online play or leaderboards will no longer be accessible though you will still be able access online services such as the Wii and DSi Shop as well as apps like Hulu and Youtube. It seems the days of playing Mario Kart Wii, Super Smash Bros Brawl, Animal Crossing Wild World and other Wii and DS games will forever be gone.

Titanfall Has Gone Gold

by Alex Martinet

Titanfall is almost ready to drop. Today on Twitter Respond Entertainment announced that the game is finished, and will launch on March 11th in United States, and on March 13th in the United Kingdom. Yesterday Vince Zampella told fans that Titanfall would take up 48 GB on Xbox One, and 50 GB on PC, though this claim was later debunked and officially stated that the game would only take up 20 GB of storage space. Keep it locked to B-TEN.com for our review when it releases.

Gaming Backlogs: Top 5 Games Morgan Hench Has Yet to Beat

by Morgan ‘The Retro Goat’ Hench

The “Gaming Backlogs” series was coordinated, edited, and published by Gabe Carey.

Not to brag, but I’ve beaten a lot of games. Simple games, difficult games, games both long and short. I’ve played a lot of games, and I’ve beaten most of them. That being said, there are a few still on my list that I either just can’t beat, just haven’t taken the time to beat, or haven’t even started on. I’ve got no excuse, I just haven’t beaten these games. Hopefully after this list is done, I’ll finally go ahead and beat the games on my list. Chances are not high though, given most of these games have already been out for years and I haven’t even started on some of them. Oh well, here’s my Top 5 Games I Have Yet to Beat!

Enter for Your Chance to Win an Elder Scrolls Online Beta Key!

by Dennis McCarson

What’s better than The Elder Scrolls online? Cake. Cake is better.

Don’t sit there acting like that was a tough question. That was an easy question. The easiest question in the world for people who have played ESO. I’m assuming that by answering that question wrong that you’ve never played Elder Scrolls Online.

Twitch TV Xbox One Release Date Confirmed, Not Paid Off by Microsoft

by Gabe Carey

Twitch plays Titanfall better happen.

According to a press release received today from Twitch TV, “broadcasting, chat, and more” are coming to Microsoft’s latest flagship console on March 11th. The release reads: “Along with broadcasting functionality, the updated Twitch app for Xbox One gets an enhanced viewing experience as well – Chat, Following, and Notifications are all coming in the update. With so much new stuff, let’s jump right into the particulars.”

Titanfall Requires 48GB Install on Xbox One, 50GB on PC

by Alex Martinet Yesterday, as expected, Microsoft revealed a Titanfall Xbox One bundle in preparation for the game’s launch. If you’re planning on downloading the game Microsoft states on the Xbox One bundle: “Titanfall Bundle: Titanfall game download card inside marked packages; up to 40 GB required. Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn Entertainment confirmed the news over twitter stating, “approx: 21gb download, 48gb installed.” On PC according to Origin Titanfall will require 50 GB of space. Vince Zampella (VinceZampella) on Twitter 2014-02-25 10-53-25 Compared to other first person shooters in the market, Titanfall is no different. Battlefield 4, and Call of Duty: Ghosts both respectively needed 33 GB, and 39 GB. How are you planning on picking up Titanfall when it releases on March 11th in the United States, and March 13 in the UK? Let us know in the comments down below. Source: vg247

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