Tonight at big-box electronics stores and GameStops all over the country, as the clock ticks over to midnight, the next generation of gaming will officially begin with the launch of the PS4 (sorry, the WiiU doesn't count). Next week, the other shoe will drop in the form of the Xbox One. Hardcore gam ... More >>
Celebrating seventeen years as Colorado's premiere anime convention, Nan Desu Kan opens its doors today, taking over the Marriott DTC for a cosplay-packed weekend of fun. With voice-actor guest speakers, educational panels on the industry, cosplay contests and late-night dance parties, NDK has packe ... More >>
Who would have thought that our humble state of Colorado could have hosted so many video games? While for many developers Colorado seems to be synonymous with little more than "snow," these games will take you everywhere from explosive recreations of '90s blockbusters to wholesome educational progra ... More >>
Forza Horizon, the eagerly awaited new open-world racing game for the Xbox 360, takes place in Colorado, against the backdrop of the raucous Horizon music festival. Developed by UK-based Playground Games and published by Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios, Forza Horizon is the first game in the gearhead- ... More >>
Today's release date for Forza Horizon for Xbox, which takes place entirely in Colorado, got us thinking: In over forty years of video-game history, there had to have been a few other games set in the Centennial State. Little did we know, a veritable mountain of electronic entertainment has depicte ... More >>
This is an unusual week for new releases because many companies have decided to forgo the usual Tuesday or Wednesday timeframe in order to take advantage of the far more eponymous sounding 11-11-11. Still, we've tallied up everything worth a mention, which includes novels from two heavyweight ... More >>
With too many solid book releases to count this week, picking just a few was difficult. But with a biography on the recently deceased Steve Jobs, a new novel from Haruki Murakami, and a special re-release of a children's classic, there should be something for everyone. We also have a few incredibly ... More >>
There's a ton of really interesting stuff coming up this week, and even though book releases are taking the week off in preparation for a bombshell of awesome content next week, we still have some amazing movies, games and comics to check out. Of those, the sequel to the fantastic Batman: Ark ... More >>
This week, we have a load of solid new releases, including a new book from Jeffrey Eugenides, whom the reading public hasn't heard from in almost ten years and whose book Middlesex now holds a permanent spot in nearly every used book store in the country. We also have the DVD release of Terra ... More >>
When it comes to new releases, fall is about preparation for Christmas. As consumers get their shopping lists ready, they'll be slammed in the face with awesomeness for weeks upon weeks in a row, whether it's with games, moves, books or other forms of entertainment. Which is why we're helping you ou ... More >>
It looks like DVD releases are taking the week off anything worthwhile, but thankfully everything else is picking up the slack as we start the long historical non-fiction countdown to Christmas. There' s a new book about the assassination of President Garfield, as well as one by science ficti ... More >>
New release week is starting to hit its stride again now that summer is basically over. We haven't yet hit the action-packed holiday onslaught, though, and this week, we've got a lot of fantastic and slightly off-the-beaten path stuff to choose from, including autobiographies from Roger Ebert ... More >>
We told you last week that things were about to pick up, so hopefully you didn't blow all your hard earned cash on mimosas this weekend, because there is a ton of great content to highlight this week. We've got not one, but two different pieces of zombie media -- a game and a comic -- and the ... More >>
A good chunk of people are getting ready to head back to school in a week, so with just seven remaining days of freedom, this might be your last chance to get some luxury reading in. Or you can just read books during lectures like we did. Whatever you choose, be sure to pick up something cool ... More >>
Going back to work after a three-day weekend sucks, so take a few minutes to deviate from your expected tasks and plan your evening. Today promises some exciting new releases, which translates to exciting new ways to bond with yourself, whether it be chillaxing in your hammock reading a new b ... More >>
Just because it's summer doesn't mean we can't all sit indoors and consume entertainment. After all, the hotter and nicer it gets outside, the more you need to just relax and unwind in front of the TV or a good book. Unfortunately, there are apparently no books being released this week, but w ... More >>
New release day is often a daunting experience -- if you're a big fan of wasting away all of your paychecks on media like us, it makes for hard decisions and awkward conversations with the bank. Even if you do have the time to keep up with things, it's still hard to ensure you're not missing ... More >>
It's a bit of a dry week over here in new release world, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few notable things worthy of your time and money. In fact, provided you're intrigued by such things as racing around in cars, the comic book hearings of 1954 or Transformers, or if you just want more ... More >>
Some people probably think escapism is a bad thing, but if we've learned anything over the years, it's that sometimes you need to get as far away from reality as possible. Case in point, all the picks this week are somehow related to the idea that you don't have to be where you are -- whether ... More >>
Now that everyone finally has their taxes complete and their refund checks on the way, it means it's time to spend some cash on frivolous crap. Good thing we're here to help you with that, because we've got some seriously top-notch entertainment to bust your wallet wide-open with this week. W ... More >>
Denver is finally starting to show signs of spring, which means one thing: We need a variety of media that simulates real outdoor activities so we don't actually have to leave the house at any point. Thankfully, Tiger Woods is still somehow a spokesman for a golf game, some new books are comi ... More >>
If you spent the last Super Bowl wondering what the hell the weird trailer for the film Cowboys and Aliens was all about like we did, we have an answer for you today. Thankfully, the long out-of-print graphic novel that inspired the film is back on the shelves this week. It's accompanied by a ... More >>
It's time to spend that Valentine' Day cash you got from grandma, and what better way to do it than to buy something that'll make you feel less lonely? Thankfully, there is plenty to be happy about this week, with new releases that will make you nostalgic, cause you to cry and more. If you're ... More >>
If you're interested in stories about a sexually obsessed sister, deadly religious demon monsters, ghost drug dealers or practical jokes taken too far, boy have we've got some good stuff for you this week. If you prefer to consume media that keeps to the realm of reality, you're out of luck. ... More >>
So you just got Microsoft's new controllerless system Kinect for your kids for Christmas and you've spent the holidays jumping around your house, dancing and having an all around good time. Good news right? Finally your kid is getting off the couch and moving. Well, according to Fox News in ... More >>
Are you starting to get nervous about the holidays yet? They're just around the corner and shopping season kicks off in a week. Perhaps you're worried you won't know what to pick up for that estranged uncle that inexplicably sent you a gift last year, or maybe you have a little brother that l ... More >>
#1In this era of online ordering, getting stuff in the mail is much more common than it was a decade ago. No longer are consumers forced to wait in long lines, dealing with other people's smells and peanut gallery comments. Yes, we're in the midst of an unboxing trend that seems to gain stren ... More >>
Ever since the launch of Harmonix's Guitar Hero in 2005 there has been an ongoing debate between musicians and gamers about the legitimacy of the multi-colored guitar peripherals in regards to teaching people how to play. We're not going to weigh in on the debate, but with the introduction of the Ro ... More >>
A Flickr photo"Reading letters online is a lot easier than going to the mailbox -- especially when you're built like I am."In the era before folks at daily newspapers were desperate to get anyone to pay for their product, they regularly reached out to kids -- the idea being that they'd grow u ... More >>
Paramount Pictures/Lucasfilm Join Henry and Indy Jones at Film on the Rocks.â€‹Film on the Rocks is, hands down, my favorite summer film series in the area. First, there's the gorgeous view of the city from Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 18300 West Alameda Parkway in Morrison. Then there's all the a ... More >>
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