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Alicia Vikander Beats Out Daisy Ridley For Lara Croft Role In Tomb Raider Reboot

by Alex Beanon April 29, 2016
Alicia Vikander has been selected to play Lara Croft in the upcoming reboot movie based on the popular “Tomb Raider” video game. Vikander, who recently won an Academy Award for her role in “The Danish Girl” star Alicia Vikander will be playing Lara Croft in the MGM reboot of “Tomb Raider” and reportedly beat out […]

Review: “Ratchet & Clank” – How to Turn a Video Game Into a Movie

by Christopher Glennonon April 29, 2016
Video games have come a long way in just a few decades, and it’s pretty incredible how detailed graphics look these days. They’re practically cinematic, so naturally, translating a popular video game with a unique look into a theatrical film makes perfect sense. On the other hand, history teaches us that it’s not quite an […]

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Coming To 3DS This Summer, With Pins

by Peter Paltridgeon April 28, 2016
Atlus is bringing Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse to North America in the summer of 2016, the company announced today. They also revealed a special giveaway for those who preorder or manage to get a copy first-day: the first shipment of copies will contain three custom pins from out of the game. One depicts the […]

Witcher Developer CD Project Wants To Just Make Great Games

by Todd Blackon April 27, 2016
In an industry like video game, the line for “success” is sometimes blurry. Financial success is key to continue, that’s true, but if it comes at the cost of making a great game, sales will end up falling through in later titles. For CD Projekt, their focus is to deliver great titles, and not worry […]

Nintendo’s Next Mobile Ventures Will Be Fire Emblem And Animal Crossing Related

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2016
Nintendo had no problem selling its first mobile title, Miitomo, to the masses. Japan ate it right up, and America followed suit. What’s next? Today during their financial earnings report, Nintendo revealed what they were thinking of: Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing. Unlike Miitomo, which was more of a social media experiment, these will be […]

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Nintendo NX Launching March 2017, And Other Depressing News

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2016
All the rumors and scant evidence seemed to be suggesting Nintendo’s next console would definitely be launching this fall. Barely anything has been announced for Wii U past the summer and developers have had dev kits since mid-2015. Today, during a financial earnings announcement, Nintendo finally came out with it: the NX will officially launch […]
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“Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare” Listing Spotted In Playstation Store

by Peter Paltridgeon April 26, 2016
Activision has yet to announce the title of the next Call of Duty game. Will that title be “Infinite Warfare”? No one knows, but Sony seems to think so. An entry displaying the mysterious title briefly appeared on the Playstation Store menu. It’s been removed now, but…hmm. Normally information like this isn’t revealed until E3, […]

Rock Band 4 Reveals Synchronous Online Multiplayer In 2016

by Alex Beanon April 25, 2016
Jamming on “Rock Band” used to be an exercise in singularity, but now [or rather, later in 2016], instead of just jamming by yourself, you can jam with your friends as “Rock Band 4” brings synchronous online multiplayer capabilities to the game at the end of the year… Video credit: Sony PlayStation Be our first […]

PAX East: Supergiant Talks Uniqueness Of Pyre

by Todd Blackon April 24, 2016
In the RPG Pyre, the game features not only an in-depth story, but also a combat system that plays more like a sports game rather than an RPG. This uniqueness is what makes Supergiant games a popular developer. And at PAX East, they talked about how this came about: “We like the idea of a […]