Japan Getting Exclusive Horizon Blue Edition On Uprated 2021 Toyota Supra

Japan getting exclusive Horizon Blue Edition on uprated 2021 Toyota Supra

In Japan, the Toyota GR Supra is split into SZ, SZ-R, and RZ trims. The SZ and SZ-R trims use a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, while the RZ trim uses a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six. For 2021, Toyota upgraded the RZ with more power and announced two special-edition models, one in Horizon Blue and the other in Matte Storm Gray Metallic. The Horizon Blue Edition also features new wheels and matching interior accents and is limited to 100 units.

The 3.0-liter engine in the Japanese GR Supra RZ is getting an update for the new model year. The outgoing model produced a claimed 335 horsepower, as does the current U.S. Supra, at 5,000 rpm, and 369 lb-ft of torque at 1,600-4,500 rpm. Weighing in at 3,351 pounds, it could race from 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds (American market figure). The new Supra RZ will make a claimed 382 horsepower at 5,800 rpm and keeps the same torque number of 369 lb-ft but at at 1,800-5,000 rpm. It adds 22 pounds for a total weight of 3,373 pounds and can sprint from 0-60 mph in a slightly improved 3.9 seconds.

Final Fantasy Vii Remake Will Not Be Exclusive To The Ps4 Forever

Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Not Be Exclusive To The PS4 Forever

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be an exclusive to the Sony PS4. It is accepted that that is the case, but as it turns out, it isn’t necessarily 100% true. According to the box art for the upcoming game, there is mention that the exclusivity for the PS4 is a timed one and that it will run for about a year or so.

According to the label, it claims that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a timed exclusive for the PS4 until the 3rd of March, 2021. After which, presumably the game will find its way to other platforms. However, there is no mention of which platforms the game will be available after that, although if we had to venture a guess, the Xbox will be a likely candidate and maybe the PC.

Sony Pictures To Offer An Exclusive ‘jumanji' Vr Experience

Sony Pictures To Offer An Exclusive ‘Jumanji' VR Experience

Sony Pictures Virtual Reality and The VOID announced that they will provide an immersive VR experience to enter ‘Jumanji’.

This should help to promote the upcoming ‘Jumanji – The Next Level‘ movie. However, unlike the original movie title, the VR experience will feature ‘Jumanji: Reverse The Curse’.

Four Members Of Hinatazaka46 Become Exclusive Models For Women's Magazines

Four members of Hinatazaka46 become exclusive models for women's magazines

Hinatazaka46 members Kato Shiho, Sasaki Kumi, Sasaki Mirei, and Takamoto Ayaka have been selected as exclusive models for four women's magazines. 

This makes a total of five members to become exclusive models as Kosaka Nao is already an exclusive model for 'Seventeen' magazine. Kato will appear in 'CanCam,' Sasaki Kumi in 'Ray,' Sasaki Mirei in 'non-no,' and Takamoto in 'JJ' starting with the April edition which will hit shelves at the end of the month. 

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Will Be Exclusive To Nintendo Switch

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Will Be Exclusive To Nintendo Switch

If you don’t own the Nintendo Switch, you’ll need to purchase the console in order to play Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Nintendo has announced that the Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will be available only for the Switch. The title was announced and a trailer was released at The Game Awards this week.

Those who don’t know about this franchise, the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series revolves around action RPG combat with characters from the Marvel Universe. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is being developed by Team Ninja. It’s the same studio that made Ninja Gaiden and Nioh, among other titles. This is its first collaboration with Nintendo since Metroid: Other M.

Rockstar Abandons Trademark For Playstation-exclusive Agent

Rockstar Abandons Trademark For PlayStation-Exclusive Agent


Rockstar appears to have given up on a stealth action game it announced over a decade ago. Agent was initially announced as a PlayStation 3 exclusive but it never really materialized in all those years. The PlayStation 4 eventually came out and there was no word on Agent’s future. Now there is, Rockstar has abandoned its trademark on the game.

With Rockstar letting the trademark for this game go, it seems that the publisher no longer wants to hold on to this brand even for use at some point in the future. It’s pretty much a solid confirmation that it gave up on the project first announced for the PlayStation 3 a long time ago.