Midwinter Entertainment officially released Scavengers into Steam's Early Access this week giving players their first big crack at the game Developed by Improbable Worlds Limited, the game has been around since 2018 when it first debuted and it's been a slow build for it to get released (which included having a studio acquisition in the[...]
Midwinter Entertainment revealed a new gameplay trailer today for Scavengers, along with details on a new playtest coming The new trailer shows off the game as best they can as you get to see the hybrid of sandbox-style PVE and class-based PVP into one title You'll be forming a squad of three and compete against[...]
Today on YouTube Live at E3 2019, the CEO of Midwinter Entertainment, Josh Holmes, revealed the first gameplay trailer for Scavengers The game is a class-based multiplayer shooter where you are a member of a small team of explorers working against other teams doing the same thing The goal of the game is to survive[...]
Midwinter Entertainment announced a new co-op game last night at The Game Awards called Scavengers Midwinter Entertainment have previous credits making the Warzone mode in Halo 5: Guardians, so the competitive co-op experience in Scavengers should feel a bit familiar. The trailer was run during the award show with little information, but you can find out more about the[...]
Welcome to Bleeding Cool’s review of AMC‘s The Walking Dead Season 8's penultimate episode, ‘Worth.' If I had to subtitle this episode, it would be "How Negan Got His Groove Back" because the Saviors leader found two distinctly different ways to deal with two problems: Simon (Steven Ogg) and Dwight (Austin Amelio).
Welcome back to Bring Out Your Dead!, Bleeding Cool's weekly live-blog of AMC's The Walking Dead as "All Out War" continues to rage through the eighth season - with the inevitable final battle between the Saviors and the Hilltop coalition looming nearer.
Meanwhile, Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) was ready to turn Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) into "walker chow" until he convinced her that he had nothing to do with the slaughter of her Scavengers. Daryl (Norman Reedus) takes a time-out from hating Dwight (Austin Amelio) long enough to devise a plan with Rosita (Christian Serratos) to stop Eugene (Josh[...]
Well this week, looks like AMC's The Walking Dead is giving us more Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), more Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) and more Morgan (Lennie James) as we take a look at the show's fourteenth episode of an intense Season 8, 'Still Gotta Mean Something.'
The Walking Dead Season 8 'Do Not Send Us Astray' Review: Just in Case You Forgot This Was a Horror Series
After an intense return to form for the series last week, welcome back to another edition of Bleeding Cool’s weekly review/recap of AMC‘s The Walking Dead Season 8 as we take a look at the season's "lucky 13" episode, ‘Do Not Send Us Astray’ - which did a great job reminding us that the show is a horror series.
Last week's twelfth episode of AMC's The Walking Dead was an excellent return-to-form for the series, so check out our "rewind review" of Season 8, Episode 12 'The Key' and see for yourselves why we hope this episode is a harbinger of good things to come this season.
As you can see from the clip below from this Sunday's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, Maggie (Lauren Cohan) has a few thoughts of her own about Simon's plans for the Hilltop; more specifically, "The Widow" has 38 thoughts on the matter...
After what could best be glass-half-full-described as an "uneven" episode last week, welcome back to another edition of Bleeding Cool’s weekly "revap" (review/recap) of AMC‘s The Walking Dead Season 8 as we take a look at the season's twelfth episode, ‘The Key’.
This week's episode of The Walking Dead is no better time for Dwight, who's pooping bricks right now as he waits for his cover to be blown, and Simon, who we can see from the following clip is just a ticking time bomb ready to blow, to catch up and talk game plan.
Credit: AMC We've buried Carl (Chandler Riggs), given out some Oscars, had some tech issues, and watched Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) turn her Scavengers into walker-wurst After all of that, we're back to some level of normalcy – at least we are, not Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the crew – for another edition of Bleeding Cool's weekly[...]
Aaron stays to change their minds, while Enid makes a beeline back to Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and the Hilltop. Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) orders Simon (Steven Ogg) to make nice with Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) and the Scavengers by reminding them of their agreement by killing "only one;" but Simon has a slightly different interpretation of what[...]