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  • Tetris is Getting Turned into an “Epic Sci-Fi” Movie

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    According to The Wall Street Journal classic video game Tetris is getting turned into a movie, but not just any movie, according to Threshold Entertainment’s CEO Larry Kasanof it’ll be a “very big, epic sci-fi movie.” If you’re wondering how the hell that’s possible, welcome to the club. The Wall Street Journal this week are reporting that Threshold Entertainment, the studio ...

  • Uncharted 4 “Stuff” Being Shown Off “Very Soon,” Says Naughty Dog Co-President

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    To help promote Naughty Dog’s 30th anniversary art show going until October 12 and the release of The Art of Naughty Dog on October 14, Co-President Evan Wells sat down with GameCrate to discuss, what else, Naughty Dog. Beginning his work with the studio on Crash 3, Wells looked back on the Crash Bandicoot franchise – which Naughty Dog no longer has the rights to – and answer ...

  • Adventure Pick: A Golden Wake (Grundislav Games, Wadjet Eye Games)

    IndieGames.com - - 9 readers - Recent Posts Adventure Pick: A Golden Wake (Grundislav Games, Wadjet Eye Games) -October 13, 2014 2:30 AM Preview: Soup tycoon survival sandbox Nom Nom Galaxy -October 11, 2014 7:00 AM Free Steam keys for Ethan: Meteor Hunter, The Bridge, Fist of Awesome -October 10, 2014 6:32 PM Team Indie released for Windows and Mac -October 10, 2014 5:30 AM Horror Pick: Silence of the Sleep (Jesse Makk.
  • A Chat About Banner Saga-Powered Roguelike Bedlam

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 7 readers - By Alec Meer on October 16th, 2014 at 8:00 pm. A couple of weeks ago, a roguelike which uses the Banner Saga engine to create a rather attractive post-apocalyptic cocktail of FTL, The Oregon Trail and XCOM popped up on Kickstarter. Bedlam’s around $90k into its $130k goal, with just eight days left on the clock.
  • Wot I Think: Alien – Isolation

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Adam Smith on October 3rd, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Alien: Isolation is Creative Assembly’s first-person survival horror take on Ridley Scott’s Alien. No predators, no marines, no swarms of xenomorphs. This time it’s not war. Instead, we have one space station, one creature and one Amanda Ripley, locked in an apparent cycle of terror.
  • S.EXE: VA-11 HALL-A

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Cara Ellison on October 10th, 2014 at 9:00 pm. Some of my favourite people in the world have been bartenders. I mean, I didn’t speak to many of them for more than ten minutes, and I know how it works – I used to tend bar too – you flirt for tips and for kicks. But a bartender has an uncanny way of being able to flip a switch in you.

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  • Prey 2 officially cancelled

    … Human Head's sci-fi FPS is no more. After years of silence, Bethesda Softworks confirmed at PAX Australia that it’s cancelled its 2011-announced Prey 2. “It was game we believed in, but we never felt that it got to where it needed to be – we never saw a path to success if we finished it,” Bethesda vice president Pete Hines told CNET…

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  • This Week on the Nintendo eShop (Week of 10/30/2014)

    … Nintendo has revealed the list of new downloadable titles and sales on its North American 3DS and Wii U eShops for the week of October 30, 2014. This week’s line-up doesn’t feature a lot of big games, but titles like Woah Dave! and Stealth Inc 2 will definitely hold your attention. Here’s the list of the digital content highlights releasing…

    Maxime Chiasson - The Gamer Headlines -
  • At The Speed Of Light – Velocity 2X Review (PS4)

    … is the most mind-melting challenge you’ll face in the entire game. It completely wreaks havoc with your logic, and if you’re anything like me, your brain will have a field day trying to compartmentalize what is happening on-screen. Maybe the best way to explain gameplay is simply to show it off. This is me playing through one of my favorite levels…

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  • iOS Pick: Jack B. Nimble (Sean Noonan)

    … Recent Posts iOS Pick: Jack B. Nimble (Sean Noonan) -October 30, 2014 6:30 AM Kickstarter Pick: Laser Fury is like sci-fi Diablo -October 29, 2014 8:00 PM Prophour23 is a compact yet fully-fleshed RTS game with character -October 29, 2014 9:20 AM Agustín Cordes on H.P. Lovecraft's The Case of Charles Dexter Ward -October 29, 2014 4:00 AM…

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  • Civilization: Beyond Earth Review

    … a chosen goal of one out of the five Victories available that will end your game session with your complete and utter triumph. You might even think it’s cute that Firaxis decided to do away with gold and just replace currency with “energy” and change all the resources that we are normally used to like horses, iron and uranium to sci-fi resources like…

    Danny Vittore - Attack of the Fanboy - Civilization -
  • Kickstarter Pick: Laser Fury is like sci-fi Diablo

    … and an up-close brawler. There's also a branching skill system in the game that allows players to take different paths through the upgrade tree. This could result in some unique configurations and could allow characters to play differently than each other in drastic ways. The game is up Steam Greenlight and is looking for funding via Kickstarter as well. It's planned for Windows, Mac and Linux, though a PS4 version could be in the works through stretch goals. July 2015 is the current estimation for completion. …

    Anthony Swinnich - IndieGames.com - Diablo -
  • Could another X-Files movie be in the works?

    … The last film may have missed the mark, but according to actress Gillian Anderson, all parties are into another flick based on the series, and it just might get done thanks to crowd-funding. Okay, so the X-Files isn’t the only thing that Anderson, who for years played Agent Dana Scully on the hit TV show, talks about here in the above video…

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  • Have You Played… Crusader – No Remorse

    …, and several doses of the old ultraviolence. Some of the trickier rooms are puzzles in need of a solution rather than the application of instinctive, reactive combat, but part of the game’s brilliance is that it disguises its true nature so well. Even when you’re replaying a section for the twentieth time, you’ll feel as if you’re starring in an 18 certificate sci-fi slaughterfest that’s sort of how I imagine Verhoeven would have made The Rocketeer. …

    Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Crusader -
  • Destiny’s First Expansion Finally Detailed and Dated

    … Below marks the first of two expansions planned for the sci-fi shooter pseudo-MMO, the second one being “House of Wolves“. Destiny’s upcoming first expansion will deal with one of the game’s enemies, the Hive, whilst the second expansion will deal with the Fallen. The Dark Below is touted to introduce all-new weapons and gear to earn throughout…

    Kieran Mackintosh - The Gamer Headlines -


  • Filmed in Supermarionation (Blu-ray) Review

    … Supermarionation was at it’s prime. A phrase coined by Jerry Anderson who to children’s puppet television sci-fi is now as legendary at Star Trek’s Gene Roddenberry, Wars’ Lucas and Marvel’s Stan Lee. For the purposes of this review we’re going to assume some pre-existing knowledge of shows like Thunderbirds but if you don’t know it already please…

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  • The X-Files Season 10 Volume 2 (Graphic Novel) Review

    … with his show/movies and seems to pen winner after winner. Every issue is like a love letter to one of the greatest sci-fi/action narratives to appear on a TV with tons of details for die-hard fans to pick up on and just the right amount of humor and action to accentuate the mystery and more otherworldly aspects. To put it another way, the guy just…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - The X-Files -

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