In a recent video posted on YouTube, D.C. Douglas, voice actor of Resident Evil 5's Albert Wesker answers a bunch of fans questions. Everything from how he got started in acting to future Resident Evil games is covered in this extensive Q&A. At the end of the video Mr. Douglas has a special song for all his fans that starts at 14:25.
The popular movie/TV show streaming service, Netflix, already has compatibility with consoles like PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii. However, Netflix is going portable on the Nintendo 3DS this week.
All you have to do is download the Netflix app from the eShop. From there you login in with your current Netflix account and begin watching hundreds of movies and TV shows right on the 3DS. For now, the videos will only be streaming in 2D. However, if 3D movies become an additional choice on Netflix in the future, then the 3DS will most likely have full 3D support for such videos.
According to the yearly simulation done before the Super Bowl, the Steelers will be the victors of Super Bowl XLV.
In a simulated clash between the Steelers and the Packers, EA Sports' Madden 2011 determined that the Steelers will win the game by a score of 24-20. Going into the final quarter, Pittsburgh was up 17-13. Aaron Rodgers brought his team downfield to score a touchdown, putting the pressure on Big Ben and the Steelers. Roethlisberger passed for a final touchdown pass with under a minute and a half left. The Super Bowl MVP was predicted to be Wide Receiver Mike Wallace the MVP, for having over 100 yards and a touchdown. Surprisingly, this simulation has correctly predicted 6 out of the last 7 Super Bowls correctly.
The popular movie streaming service announced plans to provide its' service in Canada.
Netflix, the service that popularized the movies-by-mail service, has announced plans to introduce its' live streaming service in Canada before the end of 2010. Today's announcement didn't include specifics on price or an approximate launch date, nor did it mention specifics about how the Netflix streaming service would be provided to Canadians. It's expected that video game consoles will be the primary target, similar to how Netflix presently delivers its' streaming service in North America.
The statement released by Netflix states that the service will be available on a "range of consumer electronics devices capable of streaming from Netflix." This will be available "later this year," with the initial focus being on English-release titles. Plans to introduce French-language movies and series' will be introduced at a later date.
Canadians interested in signing up for the service can do so via Netflix.ca and will be notified via email when the service launches.
The Boston Herald reveals details for PAX East 2011 and beyond.
Back in March the Penny Arcade Expo made its first appearance in Boston, Massachusetts. Gathering some 52,000 attendees during the three day event, the alternate location proved to be very successful. Not one to disappoint, an agreement has been signed to bring PAX East back to Boston until at least 2013.
The news also comes with word of a change in venue. While PAX East 2010 took place at the Hynes Convention Center, PAX East 2011 will take place at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. A considerably larger crowd is expected next year, and so the move is to preemptively accommodate the growth.
The Seattle, Washington location, now called PAX Prime, will be held from September 3rd to September 5th.