The collectible card game is from Elephant Mouse, putting characters from the franchise reboot front and center in what the studio promises is over 100 cards. Based on the cards in the images Elephant Mouse sent over, "Star Trek Rivals" will include characters from 2009's "Star Trek" as well as "Star Trek Into Darkness" which is out this week.
They're really pushing the Slade/Batman conflict pretty hard with the marketing of "Arkham Origins," this October's prequel to Warner Brother's pair of "Arkham" games. Even if the initial announcement out of the publisher was that Black Mask would be the main heavy, one-eyed super assassin Deathstroke has been the one featured most prominently up to this point.
Which is weird, because he's better known for spending his time trying to murder the Teen Titans.
Not content to fling the "Angry Birds" franchise at the web with the recently-launched animated series, developer Rovio has teamed up with Sony Pictures Entertainment for a feature-length animated film based on the mobile game for July 1, 2016.
The new trailer for "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" gives us a little bit of the pirate captain's origin story as he rejects his British masters for a life on the high seas, stealing stuff and shooting at the Navy.
Eurogamer's on the ground in Silverstone where Sony has announced that the latest entry in the "Gran Turismo" series will be out later this year for the PS3.
In their reveal this morning, Sony and Polyphony Digital promised fans that all of the vehicles from "Gran Turismo 5" would be returning alongside seven new tracks and, of course, hundreds more meticulously-rendered cars.
"The Novelist," a new indie stealth-adventure game byIon Storm and 2K Marin veteran Kent Hudson, has one of the saddest, most melancholy premises I've encountered: you play as a benevolent poltergeist haunting novelist Dan Kaplan and his family.
Supernatural nightmare notwithstanding, the Kaplans' ectoplasmic best friend can read people's thoughts, eavesdrop on their conversations, and thumb through their journals -- all the better to keep the family from coming apart at the seams. Dan's career is stalling apparently, but it's nothing a ghostly presence can't fix. "The Novelist" is kind of like the last episode of American Horror Story: Murder House, but with more humanity and grace and less campy gore and trashy gossip-mongering.
Wherever you fall in the gender spectrum, you probably know what proceeds "GTFO" when you're playing online. There's a weird trigger for some male gamers out there, a bizarre response to finding out that the player on the other end of an infinite number of connections happens to be female: they want--nay, demand--to see skin. Maybe, to these gamers' minds, there's no serious reason that a female gamer is online, so why not troll and harass them until they either A., show some skin, or B. GTFO.
New York-based filmmaker Shannon Sun-Higginson takes a look at this phenomena in her recently fully-backed documentary, "GTFO," which has exceeded its $20,000 goal by a cool $13k.