Atlus and ACE Team have announced Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder, a followup to the 2011-launched Rock of Ages, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s due out this fall. Watch the Rock of Ages II Announcement Trailer: The Unreal Engine 4-based sequel promises to be “bigger and boulder,” offering a new...
ACE Team is making a sequel to one of its weirdest games. Rock of Ages, the action tower defence hybrid from back in 2011, is getting a sequel. Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder was announced earlier by ACE Team and Atlus. The game is built on Unreal Engine 4 and features improved physics […]
Rock of Ages, ACE Team's devilishly delightful twist on tower defence, is getting a sequel this autumn on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Dubbed Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder, this sequel will continue the peculiar genre-merging mechanics of the first Rock of Ages wherein players deploy defences on a slope while their opponent does the same. Show More Summary
Ace Team is making a sequel to 2011's fantastic action/tower defense game Rock of Ages and I found the news so surprising and uplifting that I forgot I was sick for a few minutes there. I'm that into it. As a boulder, you weave around or jump above defensive structures and try to smash into your opponent's castle. Show More Summary
Today in pleasant surprises: Rock of Ages, a 2011 game that asked you to roll a boulder down a hill at medieval painting bad guys, has a sequel. It’ll be out this Fall on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Read more...
Developer ACE Team and publisher ATLUS will release Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder, the sequel to the very unique looking and playing tower defense game, this fall for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. ...
I have mentioned here multiple times that I love Malin Akerman in the terrible-great movie version of Rock of Ages, in which Tom Cruise has a moment where he is required to sing, very seriously, right at her crotch. She, of course, is playing a journalist. (That movie is about ten thousand percent more entertaining Read More...
EXCLUSIVE: After a very lengthy talent search, singer/dancer/actor Colt Prattes (Rock of Ages) has landed the male lead in ABC/Lionsgate TV’s Dirty Dancing, taking on the iconic Johnny role played by Patrick Swayze in the original film. Like...Show More Summary
Music has the magic ability to transport you back to a different time and place. That kind of nostalgia stems from familiarity with the songs and how much they meant during another era. That's what Rock of Ages set out to do when itShow More Summary
Def Leppard’s latest music video makes its debut in Guitar Hero Live, because there just aren’t many places to debut a music video anymore. “Dangerous” joins “Let’s Go” and “Rock of Ages” as part of the “Def Leppard: Through The Ages” premium show. Read more...
ACE Team’s intergalactic sci-fi adventure is out now. The Deadly Tower of Monsters, the latest game from Zeno Clash and Rock of Ages developer ACE Team, is now available for PC and PlayStation 4. The Deadly Tower of Monsters is an isometric an action game set in a world of a 1970’s schlock sci-fi film. […]
It’s going to be another huge year for Julianne Hough, and from the looks of her Cosmopolitan February 2016 cover, she’s raring to go. The “Rock of Ages” actress confesses that she hopes she’s not always known for her time on “Dancing...Show More Summary
Now that the first season of Scream Queens has wrapped, Diego Boneta, who played creepy sleuth Pete, is letting his focus drift back to his music. Having his big break as Drew in the film version of Rock of Ages, his pipes have plenty of experience as he croons in his classic rock-sounding single, “The Hurt.” Watch below.
ACE Team (Zeno Clash, Abyss Odyssey, Rock of Ages) is releasing its upcoming isometric action game The Deadly Tower of Monsters on 19th January for PS4 and PC. Priced at $14.99 (about £10), The Deadly Tower of Monsters is both a love letter and spoof of 50s genre films. Show More Summary
“We have another reading, and then hopefully workshops,” Clueless writer Amy Heckerling told Vulture last night at the Louis Vuitton premiere of Shelter at the Whitney Museum. So far, the musical is coming together: Rock of Ages’ Kristin Hanggi is set to direct; there’s a working book of the musical,... More »
I’m no fan of jukebox musicals. If they’re the type that tell an invented tale, like Mamma Mia! or Rock of Ages, the book is generally rendered idiotic by the effort to accommodate the songs. If they’re instead pop biographies, like Jersey Boys and Beautiful, the problem is even worse... More »
Known for such films as "27 Dresses" and "Rock of Ages," Malin Akerman is now starring in "The Final Girls," a horror comedy in which she plays a "scream queen" whose daughter is mysteriously trapped in one of her own mom's 1980s horror movies. She tells the TODAY anchors the film is a clever send-up of "Friday the 13th"-style movies.
Fans of Las Vegas performers are never sure who they might see when they attend “Mondays Dark,” the monthly philanthropic show that showcases talent from Hollywood and Sin City alike. Now Mark Shunock, who stars in “Rock of Ages” at the Venetian and created “Mondays Dark,” is putting together what...
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Tom Cruise currently is riding high. After tepid reactions to such recent outputs as Rock of Ages, Oblivion and Jack Reacher, the action star once again has a bona fide hit with Mission: Impossible â?? Rogue Nation. You might assumeShow More Summary