Coffee Time News 09/12/14


Pixar’s Inside Out won’t just focus on the main characters emotions, and will in fact feature the emotions of the parents as well, on top of that the setting for Finding Dory has been announced, with most of the film taking place in a marine research facility.

It’s been revealed by James Gunn that the character of Guardians of the Galaxy aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. He teases a darker, less noble side to out beloved guardians in the sequel.

What We Do in the Shadows is a mockumentary from the creators of Flight of the Conchords showing the lives of four Vampire flatmates. Yeah, it’s about as odd as you’d expect given the circumstances.


There seems to be no end to superhero television shows, and now David S. Goyer has announced his new project Krypton, which will be centred around the fall of house El and Superman’s grandpappy.

Mark Hamill will reprise an old role from the original Flash TV show, in this season of the Flash,  in the form of The Trickster, who’s an anarchist slash Conman. 


Two big patches for you; news on the fourth patch for Assassin’s Creed Unity, which is still being worked on but will hopefully solve a lot of the lingering problems with the title. The second is the second patch for Dragon Age Inquisition, which fixes dialogue issues and the Banter bug and will be released today, though not on the Xbox One.

Check out here for a rundown of the announcements from the Playstation Experience, including Octodad, Dadliest Catch, the new Street Fighter, as well as the fantastic Bastion (from the makers of Transistor) which will be released next year.

Fans of Nathan Drake should pop over to here for a 15 minute gameplay demo with a surprise voice actor at the end.



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