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It’s Thursday, and that only means one thing: It’s time for The MMO Report! On this very special Pre-E3 episode, Casey breaks down the factions of The Elder Scrolls Online, gets some brand new scoop on Defiance straight from Trion World’s pre-E3 event, and scores us an exclusive look at the awesome MAX suits of PlanetSide 2. So I guess the only question I have is who the hell are you to resist hitting that play button?

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Blair Butler and Brian Compton Review Locke & Key, Batwoman »


Fresh Ink Online contributor and AOTS Segment Producer Brian Compton joins host Blair Butler for reviews of Avengers Vs X-Men, Batwoman, Manhattan Projects, Daredevil, Danger Club, Locke & Key, and Saga. Feel the magic…

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Video Games Live

If you are going to be in Los Angeles during E3 week and you consider yourself a fan of video game music, then it is a moral imperative for you to get yourself a seat for the Video Games Live concert happening at the Nokia Theater L.A. Live on June 6th. Why you ask? How about if we tell you that The Feed has exclusive details on who the special guests and performers are going to be, along with what video game soundtrack music will be making its debut as a part of the Video Games Live line up! We caught up with VGL creator Tommy Tallarico, just before he took off for a pair of VGL concerts in Malaysia next week, to give us the details.

Now to be fair, for those already attending the Video Games Live concert during E3 week who don’t want to know the surprises ahead of time, you've been spoiler warned! But, if you need convincing to get yourself into this amazing concert and don’t mind some spoilers, prepare to have your mind blown.

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Blair Butler & Mike Costa Reviews Fatale »


Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler is joined by returning champion Mike Costa (G.I. Joe Cobra, Hack/Slash, Smoke and Mirrors) for reviews of Fatale, Silver Surfer Parable, Batman, The Walking Dead, Thief of Thieves, Mystery In Space, Skull Kickers, and the re-release of TMNT.

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The show’s hiatus is over! That means we’re serving you up a super fresh MMO Report. So open wide as Casey gives us a peek under the hood of PlanetSide 2’s sweet new vehicle, practices some voodoo with Diablo 3’s Witch Doctor and dishes some fresh details on the MMO/TV series crossover, Defiance. So make yourself comfortable, hit play and enjoy the beauty that is this week’s The MMO Report.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier comes out on May 22, and to get you psyched, Ubisoft created an amazing live-action short film, "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha." We wanted to take you behind the scenes of that movie, to give you a look at how a piece like this comes about.

We'll have the full "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha" short film on our site on Monday morning at 9AM, so stay tuned.

From the actors, to the director, to the stuntmen, to the pyrotechnics, weapons and special effects, the below video takes you way inside "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha." We interviewed the key creative people who created Alpha as well as showing off a ton of footage from the movie. So click play and check it out.

The Making Of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha Movie »


The Ghost Recon Alpha film is more than just interesting movie-making. The flick actually sheds some light on Tom Clancy's Future Soldier, the game.  Click the cut for a look at the connection between the game and short film.

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Richard Starkings Reviews Bulletproof Coffin & Shia Labeouf »



Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler is joined by the great Richard Starkings (Elephant Men) for reviews of Mind the Gap, Supreme, Superman Action Comics, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes, Tampopo, XO, Bulletproof Coffin, and Shia Labeouf’s Stale N Mate. Yes…THAT Shia Labeouf! It’s quite good actually…check it out on this week’s webisode…

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Fresh Ink Online: Laroche Reviews Manga »


Returning guest host Ed Laroche (Almighty) pops by to reviews a slew of graphic novels with Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler and gives us an update on his upcoming comic Waveform. This week, enjoy reviews of Air Gear, Death Note, Street Angel, No Longer Human, Tale of Sand, Near Death, Womanthology, Nightly News, and Marshall Law.

Also, check out Visionary’s digital graphic novel version of Laroche’s The Study, due out this summer.

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On Thursday, May 3rd at 6:30 EST, X-Play will debut the live-action movie "Ghost Recon Alpha," prequel to the upcoming game Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. In the video below, Adam Sessler, Morgan Webb, and Blair Herter give you a first look at the trailer.

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Moriarty's Daniel Corey Reviews Manhattan Projects, Shadow »


Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler is joined by Moriarty mainman Daniel Corey for reviews of Manhattan Projects, The Walking Dead, The Shadow, 3Story, America’s Got Powers, Batman, Hell Yeah, John Carter, The Punisher and Peanuts! Yes, Peanuts.

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Max Payne 3 Exclusive Interview

Max Payne 3 marks the return of grizzled, pill-popping, time-bending super cop Max Payne. It’s been almost a decade since gamers have worn Payne’s hard boiled gumshoes, but Rockstar Studios has made it a point to ensure Max’s return is as explosive and attention grabbing as he was when he first dive-strafed player’s hearts all those years ago. And while non-stop cinematic action is the core of the Max Payne series, the real heart and soul lies with the titular cop, more specifically actor James McCaffrey.

McCaffrey not only reprises his role as Max in voice, but now in body as well, having done the performance capture for Max Payne 3 as well. So to find out more about what it was like reuniting with Max, how the performance capture experience has changed since the previous game, and what players can expect from Max’s latest bloody journey, we spoke with McCaffrey via email. Read on!

It will have been nine years since we last heard/saw you as Max Payne when Max Payne 3 arrives next month. How did it feel to be back in Max’s shoes after all those years? Did you find they still fit, or had you/Max grown a bit in that time?

James McCaffrey: It was surprisingly comfortable. The guys at Rockstar have done a fantastic job at creating a story that fits perfectly with where Max might wind up in his life after so much time. So Max still fits, probably more so now after having to do much more work for the character this time, in terms of having to do all the motion capture work, which was all brand new to me. Ultimately, that makes the character more believable, but it’s also more of my own performance that winds up as part of the game.

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It might be a slower part of the year when it comes to game releases, as developers are gearing up for the fireworks that come with E3, but Adam Sessler finds a diamond in the rough with the Xbox 360 release of The Witcher 2: Assassin's of Kings. Check out what he has to say about this fine gift from Eastern Europe.

 

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Near Death's Jay Faerber Reviews Saga, Thief Of Thieves »



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host Blair Butler is joined by Near Death creator Jay Faerber (also a writer on CW’s Ringer) for reviews of Saga, Thief of Thieves, Northlanders, Secret Service, G.I. Joe Cobra Command, Secret, Saucer County, and America’s Got Powers.

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Video Game Deathmatch: The Greatest Story Ever Told Edition

Round three of Video Game Deathmatch: Greatest Story Ever Told Edition has begun, and you better get your vote in now because it ends tomorrow at 6 PM, PST.

Click here to vote in Video Game Deathmatch: Greatest Story Ever Told Edition!

Round two knocked out some heavy-hitting games: Bye bye, Diablo 2, Shadow of the Colossus and Portal 2. You can't have a feverish, pitched-battles of epic proportions without some casualties, I guess. Now we're down to only eight stellar games with amazing stories.

In round three, all of the battles are exciting, and we're down to the final four: God of War vs. BioShock, Halo 2 vs. Mass Effect, Knights of the Old Republic vs. Chrono Trigger, and Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time vs. Planescape: Torment.

The games you love can only win with your help, so make sure to cast your vote and tell your friends to do the same. Remember, the round ends soon, so you don't have too much time to spare!

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