The One:12 Collective Sovereign Knight Batman
The Sovereign Knight is the 2nd installment to Mezco’s One:12 Collective Batman trilogy. Sovereign Knight is the Batman of right now, in his prime. Bruce Wayne has enhanced his tech greatly from the beginning of his war on crime. The Bat-Suit has been augmented to provide more protection and greater mobility. His Batarangs honed, Grappling Gun upgraded and new additions to his arsenal like a Sonic Disruptor, Bat-Drone and Kryptonite Knuckle Dusters.
Hasbro is THRILLED to announce HERO VISION – Hasbro’s brand new role play experience enhanced by Augmented Reality! Welcome to the future, stuff is really getting cool!!
HERO VISION allows kids to battle like IRON MAN and face off with iconic villains like THANOS, the Mad Titan, in an experience-rich environment that brings favorite characters from the Marvel Universe to life. Launching this Spring, the HERO VISION IRON MAN AR EXPERIENCE includes IRON MAN Mask, AR Goggles, AR Gauntlet, 3 AR markers, and 1 infinity stone at a consumable price of $49.99. Note, free app download is required for play and will also be available this Spring.
Anuman Interactive and Les Éditions Albert René have signed a licencing agreement to bring Asterix and Obelix to video game
Anuman Interactive today announced that they have signed a licencing agreement with Les Éditions Albert René for the rights to Asterix and Obelix for several video game projects. The first of these games will be released in the 4th quarter of 2018 under the Microïds label.
REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Fans who don’t yet own the Splatoon 2 game are in for a splat-acular treat. On March 16, the Splatoon 2 Starter Edition will launch in stores. The special bundle of the hit Nintendo Switch game includes the full game, a 100-page Splatoon 2strategy guide to equip you with skills to climb the competitive ranks and two sheets of Splatoon stickers, all at a suggested retail price of only $59.99. That’s the same price as the stand-alone game, so this new Starter Edition adds even more value.
Mezco One:12 Spider-Man
I’m a big fan of the Mezco One:12 figure line, and have been since they started pumping out Marvel and DC figures. Our review record here at MUReview will heavily support that claim, I promise. But, it’s always a little surreal when a new One:12 figure shows up. Many of the figures I’ve been lucky enough to review on MUReview for the One:12 line came from a purchase I made in early 2017, First week of February to be exact, kind of making this an anniversary, and also a little crazy, because I ordered this figure, Spider-Man, on that fateful day 2/4/17. From pre-order to my shelves, a little more than 365 days. How did the final figure turn out? Well, he’s definitely different than the Miles Morales One: 12 figure that we got as a Summer Exclusive. Different better? Different worse? Different but the same? What was I talking about again?