Last week Sony showcased a plethora of videogame trailers in celebration of their PlayStation 4 console at the Paris Games Week conference. However, while games such as Marvel’s Spider-Man gave us glimpses of web-slinging action and colorful fun, one game decided to lean into more raw, violent emotion to market their product.
In the year 2000, Amy Sherman-Palladino introduced us to the marvelous town of Stars Hollow and the Gilmore girls. Sixteen years later, Netflix has attempted to recapture the magic and relationship of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore along with the colorful cast of characters.
Pokémon GO launched in July and instantly became a global phenomenon. It gained more daily active users than the social media juggernaut Twitter, Google Maps and even landed a partnership in Japan with McDonald’s.