Earnest Cavalli

Earnest Cavalli

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Earnest Cavalli has been writing about games, tech and digital culture since 2005 for outlets including Wired, Joystiq, Digital Trends and the Portland Mercury. In meatspace reality, he’s a tall, charming cat owner with a worrying dedication to an ornery, gray ball of fur and claws.
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Gaming

Everybody hates Aquaman: Justice League movie roster drops to five heroes

When the Justice League movie debuts, the titular superhero team will only feature five members.
Apple

First jOBS footage: Watch one minute of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

We've got the first footage of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs from the upcoming biopic jOBS, and it's not nearly as terrible as we'd feared.
Gaming

The Last of Us demo hitches a ride to retail with God of War: Ascension

When God of War: Ascension debuts on March 12, it will bring with it not just the latest sequel in Sony's flagship action franchise but also a demo for the upcoming, heavily-anticipated survival horror title The Last of Us.
Gaming

THQ may be bankrupt, but Crytek is still working on Homefront 2

The ongoing saga of THQ's fiscal collapse rolls on, but according to developer Crytek it won't have any major affect on the development or eventual quality of Homefront 2.
Gaming

To finance my ‘Vette: BioWare details pricing on Star Wars: The Old Republic’s first ‘Digital Expansion’

Rise of the Hutt Cartel, the first major expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic, boasts a ton of new content, and we now have word on how much these novel concepts will cost players.
Gaming

Ubisoft acquires THQ Montreal, South Park: The Stick of Truth will survive

Owing to the ongoing collapse of THQ, the upcoming, heavily-anticipated South Park: The Stick of Truth will continue development under French mega-publisher Ubisoft.
Gaming

I’ll buy that for a dollar: THQ’s assets divided, auctioned to highest bidder

Following the recent rejection of its bankruptcy plan, THQ's assets have been auctioned piecemeal to whomever could offer the flailing games publisher the most cash.
Gaming

Bow hunting season starts next week with debut of Crysis 3 multiplayer beta

Crysis 3's multiplayer beta test begins in a mere six days, offering prospective players their first opportunity to shoot one another among the game's gorgeously rendered dystopian landscapes.
Gaming

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen arrives April 23, fans stunned by reasonable pricing

Capcom's follow up to the criminally underappreciated Dragon's Dogma is hardly a sequel, but it certainly offers a ton of content at a very attractive price.
Gaming

Night of the living cash grab: Resident Evil Revelations coming to PC, home consoles

Capcom is bringing Resident Evil: Revelations to PCs and home consoles, with a host of new features and, as you'd expect, an increased price tag over its Nintendo 3DS predecessor.
Gaming

Arnold Schwarzenegger: I’ll be back for Terminator 5

As if there was ever any doubt, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will appear in the next Terminator sequel.
Gaming

Microsoft’s ‘Gunpowder’ has something to do with gaming… we just don’t know what yet

A new trademark application reveals a mysterious Microsoft project dubbed "Gunpowder." It's a piece of software, has something to do with online gaming, and we know little else about it.