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We've been aware of Lionsgate's plans to expand the 'Hunger Games' movie universe into the theme park arena for some time, but as Marvel unleashes its interactive Avengers-themed "S.T.A.T.I.O.N." at Discovery Time Square in NYC, the studio behind Katniss Everdeen announced plans for its own interactive
The latest Batman: Arkham Knight trailer may lack the sheer dramatic oomph of the debut teaser, but it has something more important than impressive CG cutscenes: actual gameplay footage. Anyone can cut together a bunch of animated dramatic scenes and get people excited, but it takes inventive and fresh gameplay to make people actually fall in love with the finished product. So, how does the fourth game in the acclaimed "Arkham" series look now that we've actually seen it in action?
We heard rumblings of the proposed 'Halo' TV series from Microsoft's Xbox and producer Stephen Spielberg for quite some time, the last of which suggested the serial adaptation would land on Showtime. Now, with the announcement of the 'Halo 5: Guardians' game, new word suggests the TV series will bow around the same period, fall 2015.
"Cat is out of the bag," tweeted Kevin Spacey as he and Activision unveiled the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer, which both previews one hell of an action-packed game and prominently features the 'House of Cards' star as he readies to bring some Underwood-ian power-mongering to the video game world.
If it bleeds, we can kill it. You'll be able to put that line to the test as The Predator becomes available in 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' as part of the new "Devastation Map Pack" released by Infinity Ward.
'The Last of Us' was one of the most critically and financially successful video games released in 2013, with many gamers declaring it to be one of the best games ever released in lifespan of the PlayStation 3. So it's not surprising that a movie version is officially in the works. (That sound you just heard is gamers all over the world collectively wincing because Hollywood has a habit of screwing up even the most surefire video game adaptations.)
This first trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight marks the beginning of the end of Batman's ongoing one-man-war against crime, and it looks like he'll be going out swinging.
While the battle still rages over whether or not 'The Walking Dead' is a good or bad television show, most zombie fans are in agreement that Telltale's video game series of the same name is nothing short of phenomenal. Structured like old school adventure games but fueled by a morally complex narrative, the first "season" of the game was a huge critical and financial hit a few years back. Now, the latest trailer for "Season Two" has arrived online and it promises more grisly, uncomfortable adventures in the zombie apocalypse.