TV shows are the best bets in this week's DVD releases.
The following game is among those scheduled for release this week, according to Gamestop.com:
LOS ANGELES - Producer Norman Lear had turned the family sitcom on its head in 1971 with his groundbreaking CBS comedy series "All in the Family." Five years later, he revolutionized the soap opera with his weeknight satire "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," starring Louise Lasser as a suburban housewife living in the fictional town of Fernwood, Ohio, obsessed with Reader's Digest and consumerism.
The excitement has long been building for the next X-Men movie, "Days of Future Past," which will combine the actors playing the younger and older versions of the mutants in previous movies. But Marvel, never one to leave wallets untapped, filled the gap before that movie with another solo turn by one of the men: The Wolverine.
This month saw the release of two high-end home video game consoles from Sony and Microsoft. But competitor and long-standing game powerhouse Nintendo has a surprisingly effective countermove: cats.
FRESNO, Calif. - All 325 episodes of the TV series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" are available in one DVD set on Tuesday. Starring Louise Lasser, Dabney Coleman and Mary Kay Place, "Mary Hartman" was a syndicated series that aired from January 1976 to May 1978. The spoof of soap operas was produced by Norman Lear, the man behind such TV classics as "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons."
"Augmented reality" games - where your device's camera makes it appear that virtual onscreen elements have appeared in the real world - enjoyed the tiniest of gold rushes as part of the launch of both the Nintendo 3DS and the PlayStation Vita. Both companies pitched augmented reality as a selling point, fielded a spare few games, and then went back to their lairs to focus on bigger projects. "Open Me!" now available on PlayStation Vita, is the genre's healthiest stab yet at proving "augmented reality" can translate to "good time."
Following is a partial schedule of coming movies on DVD. Release dates are subject to change:
Anti-heroes are featured in this week's new DVD releases.
Is a document of an artist in the twilight of his career as vital as one that captures his prime?
The following games are among those scheduled for release this week, according to Gamestop.com:
The curtain comes down once more on "Breaking Bad."