We, as fans, can admit that the 'Star Trek' video game released this summer, pretty much sucked. Critics were also not kind, with IGN saying "there isn't a scrap of imagination or originality in this whole thing, and it's a flat-out waste of the source material."
In general, video games based on movies are not very good, and while fans and critics may admit that, you traditionally don't ever hear the director of the movie bashing the video game adaptation. But, J.J. Abrams has come out and said he was "emotionally hurt" by how terrible the 'Star Trek' game was and believes that it's quality (or lack thereof) hurt his movie too.
There is no successful franchise that Hollywood won't try to exploit (see: almost every single summer movie), so it's always seemed a little weird that one of the biggest franchises out there - Rockstar's 'Grand Theft Auto' - has yet to make the leap to the big screen. Well, it's not for a lack of trying, but Hollywood can try all it wants: there will never be a 'Grand Theft Auto' movie.
If you're tired of stealing cars, getting into fights with gangsters at strip clubs and running from the police, then it's time you moved out of Florida and settled in some place safe so you can get your hands on a copy of Grand Theft Auto V!
When putting together this list of best video games released in 2013 so far, we had to set a couple ground rules. We couldn’t include DLC or ports because that would kind of be cheating. So great games like The Walking Dead 400 days, Final Fantasy V, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and more just didn’t make the cut due to technicalities
With the chaos of 2013 Upfronts behind us and most network series approaching, or airing their season finales, us TV writers assumed the biggest bombs had already been dropped. Enter today's Xbox One reveal presentation from Microsoft, revealing that Steven Spielberg will produce a 'Halo' live-action TV series based on the ever-popular games of the same name! Apparently!
Since you have nothing better to do than finish making the holiday rounds this week, why not amuse your clicking hand with a new installment of Scene Shuffle? You know the drill, ScreenCrush mashes up a movie image and it's your job to put it together in the fastest time possible before someone else does.
This time around, you're gonna tackle one of the 'Pacific Rim' posters. Guillermo del Toro's giant robot epic took the internet by storm when the first trailer debuted on Apple a few weeks back along with a couple posters, but one slipped through the cracks.
If you have lots of 'Prometheus' questions, the new DVD and Blu-ray (in stores now) promises answers. Lucky for you, we've got a few copies of the 'Prometheus' Blu-ray lying around the office and we can hook you up with a copy, but first you need to solve this 'Prometheus' puzzle.
Just as we suspected, the folks at Warner Bros. have another poster for 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.' However, rather than just giving you the new mind-blowing image to drool over, we decided to make things... a little more interesting. We've transformed the poster into a mix-matched puzzle and you have to rearrange it if you want to see the new poster.
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