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Walking Dead Creator Plans To Adapt Indie Game “Oxenfree” Into Feature Film

Walking Dead Creator Plans To Adapt Indie Game “Oxenfree” Into Feature Film

by Peter Paltridgeon January 11, 2016
Robert Kirkman’s production company, Skybound Entertainment, is taking on a new project. They’ve purchased the film rights to the PC game Oxenfree and have begun adapting it into motion picture form. “As soon as we got our hands on Oxenfree and experienced this unique narrative driven game we knew that the IP had huge potential […]
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Here’s The Lineup For The Call Of Duty World League Pro Division

by Peter Paltridgeon January 11, 2016
It begins today! The Call of Duty World League has gotten serious with the launch of the Pro Division competition! Here are the first few matches and when you can catch them on the official CoD Livestream. North America Tuesday, Jan. 12: 3pm PST Wednesday, Jan. 13: 3pm PST   Europe Tuesday, Jan. 12: 4pm […]

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Nothing But Brutal Shootouts In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon January 7, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, it’s nothing but shooters, but not the kind modern gamers might think of. These are all NES Zapper games, reconfigured to support Wii Remotes. Hogan’s Alley and Wild Gunman are finally playable without the need of an old tube television (the Zapper doesn’t work with HDTVs), and The Adventures […]

MCM Expo Group Rebrands As Part Of Expansion For Cultural Events, Announces GamerMania London

by Grant Whiteon January 6, 2016
Having recently expanded into mainland Europe following several years of annual conventions within the UK (with recent numbers rivalling those of America’s prestigious San Diego Comic Con), the MCM Expo Group have rebranded as MCM Central as part of a committed focus to expand beyond the Comic Cons that have made their name. The first […]

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The Oculus Rift Will Cost $600, And That’s Just The Beginning

by Peter Paltridgeon January 6, 2016
Oculus VR announced the release date for their buzzworthy VR headset, the Oculus Rift, this morning: March 28. (You won’t be getting one then unless you already preordered within the first 15 minutes the thing went on sale.)  But it’s the retail cost of the Rift that has everyone talking: $600. It wasn’t that long […]

Look At This Shiny New Sonic Logo

by Peter Paltridgeon January 6, 2016
Sonic the Hedgehog turns 25 next August, and Sega is fully aware. This new logo design was tweeted out yesterday from Sega’s official account. But it may be a sign of bigger things to come. Johnny Gioel, lead singer of the band Crush 40, made a Facebook post that was later removed, but preserved by […]

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Pocket Mortys Coming From Adult Swim Games

by Peter Paltridgeon January 5, 2016
You could create a pretty hilarious Pokemon parody using Rick & Morty characters. Morty could be the nervous protagonist booted out of his house at 10 years old and shoved into a world of monsters he was expected to conquer, while Rick could pose as a passive Professor Oak, sort of watching over him while […]

John Boyega To Star In New Nickelodeon UK Digital Series “Tinkershrimp & Dutch”

by Grant Whiteon January 5, 2016
Nickelodeon UK have announced a 15th January start date for new interactive digitial series Tinkershrimp & Dutch, due to air on digitial services including / and Nick Play. The series will see the titular Tinkershrimp (Darren Evans) and Dutch (John Boyega) acting as time travelling bodyguards for King Hunnybun III (Alex Lowe), ruler of New […]

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Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo Get Test Run By Sebastien Loeb

by Todd Blackon January 2, 2016
Many athletes have lent their names to video games, and because of that, they approve of the game that’s being made. However, that doesn’t mean they go hands on with the title itself. So, when Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo was announced to be coming later this month, you had to wonder whether the Rally Car […]

New GT3 Mod Cars In Project Cars Get Video Preview

by Todd Blackon January 2, 2016
The true power, and in some ways beauty, of mods is the ability to add things to the game that the developers either don’t think of, can’t do, or won’t do for one reason or another. Thus, it’s up to the fans to “fill in the gaps”. For The Machine Dojo Modding Team & ShadowWorks, […]