The new Cineplex VIP Cinemas have just opened their doors inside the Amazing Brentwood and it’s truly a VIP experience.
From their beautiful dining lounge with amazing views to the theatres’ reclining chairs, this adult only venue it is perfect for a Burnaby date night.
You can start off the night at their lounge where they offer a selection of drinks and food with a beautiful view overlooking the new Brentwood courtyard and cityscape in the distance.
Here guests can choose from a selection of drinks and food. From poutine and boneless wings to salted caramel and ice-cream dessert, it has everything you need in your pre-movie meal.
Best part yet, you don’t have to worry about running late or not finishing your food, because you can bring it right into the theatre with you.
If you arrive just in time for the show, you can still enjoy their full selection of food and drinks by ordering from an in-theatre server or through their phone app right up to the trailers.
The theatre itself has comfortable lounge chairs with built in tables. The chairs are not only fully reclining but also heated. You’ll never need to feel the cold A/C again while catching a summer show.
Although it’s a bit smaller than traditional movie theatres with only 5 auditoriums, this only adds to the intimate experience.
Staff are available throughout the site to assist you both inside and out of the theatre space, ensuring viewers a smooth and pleasant movie going experience.
After the movie, you can also return to the lounge for dessert and more drinks. The view of the city during sunset is beautiful with their floor to ceiling windows overlooking the new mall courtyard.
Or you can head on downstairs to the newly opened Rec Room, and continue your night with some fun arcade games.
Cineplex VIP Cinemas
Grand Opening: July 7th, 2021
Where: Unit 31-06, 3106, 1920 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby
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Armored Core VI Announced, Which Isn’t A Souls Game
ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON – Reveal Trailer
I have not played an Armored Core game in a very long time, and even then I was never the biggest fan. But this looks cool as hell. It’s coming in 2023 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Here’s some official words:
ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON will offer a game experience based on the mech game know-how FromSoftware cultivated over 25 years of developing games in the series, but now introducing groundbreaking gameplay found in the developer’s recent action games. The new ARMORED CORE title will combine these elements into thrilling action that only mechas can provide. The game promises to be a unique entry in the mech action game genre.
In ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON, players will be able to freely move through massive three-dimensional environments with rapid maneuverability while experiencing visceral vehicular combat. Signature to FromSoftware’s carefully crafted game design, the game will feature challenging and memorable battles along with a fulfilling progression system and deep gameplay, all of it now powered by assembling mechs and going into combat with massive bosses. Players will recognize the sense of satisfaction and achievement when they overcome a difficult situation and relish momentary victory, and perhaps a boost to their standing, before encountering the next challenge.
After Heated Battle, Genshin Impact Wins Player’s Voice at The 2022 Game Awards
Unlike other awards bestowed at The Game Awards, which are primarily determined by members of the press and other influential individuals in the industry, the Player’s Voice category is 100% fan-voted. Earlier this week, ahead o the show, the results projected that Genshin Impact would edge out both Sonic Frontiers and Elden Ring. Other nominees for the Player’s Voice category include God of War: Ragnarok and Stray.
Although Elden Ring, in particular, did not get selected, FromSoftware’s latest project did go home with a few awards, including Best Art Direction and Best Game Direction. For more on the winners from this year’s Game Awards, check out our roundup that features the nominees and winners of each category.
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.
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