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Walt Disney Studios has secured another classic LucasFilm franchise, announcing on Friday that it had reached a deal with Paramount Pictures to acquire distribution and marketing rights for future films in the action series created by Star Wars visionary George Lucas. Disney bought LucasFilm–creators of both Star Wars and Indiana Jones–in October 2012 for $4.05 [...]
Adventure. The word suggests danger, daring, and excitement, perhaps a journey into the perilous unknown. In Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW, you do indeed venture into dangerous realms, but all you find there is unadulterated drudgery. The game possesses none of the whimsy and imagination of the cartoon that inspired it. [...]
Chris Watters talks with Shaun McInnis about the positives and negatives of the Xbox One version of Battlefield 4.
Sony has restored code redemption functionality on the PlayStation Network following the temporary removal of the option late last week. “We should be nearly back at full capacity for redemption,” Sony said on the PlayStation Blog today. On Friday, Sony temporarily disabled the option to redeem vouchers through the PSN in a bid to ensure [...]
It’s impossible to look cool playing Fighter Within. I’m not talking about a high standard of cool either, like Arthur Fonzarelli banging on a jukebox. No, while playing Fighter’s Within, you will look less cool than some pantless schlub who barely resembles a functional member of society. Frankly, any activity that involves flailing your arms [...]
Beneath the surface of Mars lies tranquility. The exotic planet houses valuable minerals amid the impenetrable rocks, and as you survey the vast subterranean world, a serenity washes over you. It’s not the treasures that drive you many leagues below the surface, nor is it the promise of unraveling a mysterious conspiracy. No, it’s the [...]
Lead Designer Eric Boltjes discusses the challenges in readying Killzone: Shadow Fall in time for the PlayStation 4 launch, changes in art direction due to technological advances, and future DLC plans.
PS4 launch shooter Killzone: Shadow Fall has received its 1.05 update. The end of chapter 7 in the single-player campaign has been shortened, and chapter 8 has been made easier due to a raised collision ceiling. These two sequences had previously been criticized by players as being some of the more unenjoyable parts of the [...]
Tranquility. I’ve always puzzled at the name of EVE Online’s single server. It’s an ironic moniker to lend to a world where hundreds of thousands of players jockey for resources, scheme, spy, and blow each other up. On that one server, wars wage in perpetuity. Scammers ply their trade outside crowded space stations. Fortunes are [...]