After 5 years of delays and testing, Project Cars, the latest racing title from Slighty Mad Studios and Bandai Namco pulls up on the starting grid.
While the Halo videogame series is almost a household name even beyond the realm of gamers, the franchise forays into other media have met with much patchier success. The latest DVD offering, Halo: Nightfall, does little to remedy this, though the steadfast fans at which it is pitched are unlikely to be too concerned.
Age of Ultron is boisterous, sharp, and a lot of fun. It is also at times bloated, bewildering, overwhelming. Which side of that coin affects the viewer most will largely depend on how invested they already are in Marvel’s evolving cinematic universe.