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Australia will get DayZ and Fox brings a little trouble to Disney

In today’s edition of the Pretty Much Weekly, we gawk at beautiful manholes, learn that Australia hasn’t changed their game rating system since 1995 and what’s that? More Disney news? I guess you can’t escape them when they own 37% of this year’s movie market share. In respect ...

Pokémon get jobs and Disney’s made a lot of money

Welcome back to your weekly digest of games, film and the occasional tidbit of tech news. It’s the Pretty Much Weekly! This week we talk Disney, scrolling bans, and Garfield Kart. Yes, you heard me right. Garfield Kart. Disney makes a crap-ton of money It’s no secret that Disney is slowly taking...

Another Disney Sequel and False Endings on Wikipedia

Hello and welcome to the Pretty Much Weekly! I don’t know if you noticed, but last week was my birthday. And if you didn’t get me a present, I will happily accept your forgiveness for not delivering last week’s news in film, games and entertainment. Ahah, my apologies. This week, though, w...

Mavericks: Proving Grounds’ Developer Goes Under

It is with much sadness that I must announce the passing of Automation games, the makers of Deceit, and also the 1000-player battle royale game Mavericks: Proving Grounds. It was announced yesterday that they have been placed under administration for financial reasons. You can read the official announcement...

How to be a Dota 2 Champion (and K-Pop idol)

Friday night, Di and I went to watch the ANZ Dota 2 grand final hosted by LetsPlay.Live. Despite not knowing a lot about the game, I had a ton of fun cheering and gasping with Di and the rest of the crowd! When the undefeated Athletico took their trophy and the audience started to disperse, we loitered awkw...

TV Shows are Expensive Now and the Next 007 is a Woman

Hello! It’s the Pretty Much Weekly, your weekly digest of news from the entertainment world. This week it’s mainly TV shows: Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and Cuphead! And in movies, Guy Ritchie is leaving Sherlock Holmes 3 and what’s this?! 007 is a woman?! Amazon throws heaps of money at ...

Board Game TV Shows and a ‘new’ Windows Update

You guys are lucky. While I’m relaxing on the beautiful and warm beaches of New Caledonia, I thought I’d still keep you up to date with some of the latest news in movies, games and TV. I must really love you. So this week in the Pretty Much Weekly, we have a board game turned TV show, a great di...

Steam Summer Sale 2019 – Our Top Picks!

The Steam Summer Sale has rolled around once more. But with so many games and deals to choose from, sometimes the best bargains slip under the radar. Here are our top picks this year that you should definitely consider opening your wallets for! But be quick! You have until the 9th of July! – Jaz’...

Big Names Join The Dark Crystal and Ads Invade a Game

Hello! Yes, don’t worry the Pretty Much Weekly is still pretty much weekly, despite being a day later than usual. That’s my bad. If you’re new here, the Pretty Much Weekly is a weekly series where we share this week’s news in entertainment. And THIS WEEK a sneak peek at a couple of m...

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Alleys: A Virtual Experience that Might be Better than the Real Thing

If the thought of virtually walking through a dark alley fills you with both excitement and dread, I might just have the game for you. Alleys by solo developer Shi-Chi Chen is an immersive experience that throws you into a large-scale escape room. Come through the theme park-like gates and enter an abandone...

Pixar has a Hopeful Future and You Could Attend a Wizarding School!

Kia Ora, this is the Pretty Much Weekly! A weekly series where we sometimes share this week’s news, and other times share news that we only found out about this week. Of the latter, the documentary on the making of God of War is out, Pixar is currently only working on original films, and you can hop o...

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