Everyone’s Separated And Lost In The Second Half Of Fear The Walking Dead

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By: Tyler Miller

Fear The Walking Dead left us on an interesting note, with the characters arriving at their “safe haven” in Mexico, only to burn it to the ground and then end up split up and have their family shattered. From the looks of the trailer for the second part of the season, it looks like each of our three groups will be forced to come to the realization that they have to survive in this world and they can’t do it alone. I was already looking forward to seeing what happens next with these characters, and now this trailer has me excited for what’s going to come next.

The Walking Dead Hides Negan’s Victim In The Season 7 Trailer

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By: Tyler Miller

Still wondering who Negan killed in the season finale for The Walking Dead? Well you’ll still be wondering for a few more months as the trailer for season 7 offers no clues whatsoever. In fact, none of the potential victims even show up in the trailer aside from in a flashback montage at the start. The trailer does show just how much larger the world is going to become though, with the reveal of The Kingdom and The Sanctuary, Negan’s compound. Looks like we’ll be spending plenty of time getting to know these new characters. Personally, I’m excited for Ezekiel and his tiger Shiva. Boy oh boy I can’t wait for October to come this year!

Infinite Warfare Just Keeps Looking Better And Better

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By: Tyler Miller

Today, the Call of Duty Youtube channel released 13-minutes of brand new footage for Infinite Warfare from an early campaign mission, and it’s amazing. The whole thing is action packed and intense, and it all leads up to an awesome space battle at the end. Check it out for yourself down below:

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4, 2016.

Time To Fight For The Church On Preacher

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SPOILERS FOR SEASON 1, EPISODE 8 FOLLOW!

By: Tyler Miller

Preacher this week was a better episode than last week’s somewhat lackluster one. Even though not too much happened, things were thoroughly entertaining and it was interesting to see Jesse deal with the realization that he’s been an ass lately, as well as the threat of Odin Quincannon.

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