Monthly Archives: June 2015
Patrice Desilets, the visionary behind the Assassin's Creed franchise, has shared a few new details on his next project, which is currently in development at his new studio, Panache Digital Games.
Dubbed Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, this third-person action game aims to chronicle the events of humanity, starting with the dawn of man up through its rule of the planet. Speaking to Kotaku, Desiltes described it as "Civilization tech tree meets Assassin’s Creed."
Jurassic World star Chris Pratt became Jason Statham in a Saturday Night Live sketch cut from his appearance back in September.
Selling Jason Statham's Jason Steakums, Pratt put to use his best English accent to impersonate the Furious 7 and Transporter star. Pratt is also wearing a bald cap and leather jacket to further hit home his Statham impression.
And while the SNL sketch is rather short, it's long enough to now make us want a Pratt and Statham buddy comedy film. Check it out here:
Another week showcasing Seth Rollins and The Authority's strength in numbers (now with the addition of Bray Wyatt), another week waiting for Charlotte and Sasha Banks to get called up so that Paige has two partners to aid her in her battle against the Bellas and Alicia, and another week of supreme turmoil for TNA. Like, "sausage and mushrooms" supreme this time. Like, "I don't know what the f***'s going on over there" American Horror Story supreme.
Welcome back to Game Scoop!, IGN's weekly video game talk show. We're halfway through 2015, and that means it's time to take a look back at the biggest games and events of the year so far. We'll also look ahead at all the big games yet to come. Watch the video above or download the podcast below.
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Every day hundreds of new apps make their debut on the App Store, and hundreds more are updated or reduced in price. We have sifted through the noise and highlighted those select few that might be worth your attention.
Note: The prices and deals compiled below are accurate at the time we published this story, but all are subject to change.
Welcome to a special App Store Update week, iOS owners! 2015 is halfway over as of this week, so we're doing a little mid-year evaluation on the state of the App Store so far. Looking back across the past six months, we've picked out 15 games that we consider to be among the best new Game Debuts of 2015 to this point. We'll be presenting three picks a day for each day this week, so come back every day to see which apps made the cut!
Funko and The LEGO Co. are bringing toys inspired by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to San Diego Comic-Con next month.
Batman and Superman are getting Funko Pop! figures, which are exclusive to Comic-Con. The Caped Crusader has striking white eyes while the Man of Steel is flying thanks to a white stand.
In an interview with IGN, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Director Hiromasa Shikata said the story for the upcoming co-op 3DS game is the reason players cannot play as a female avatar.
Zelda: Tri Force Heroes tasks up-to-three players to work together fight monsters, solve puzzles, and gather materials to make outfits. The co-op concept bears some similarities to Monster Hunter, and to some degree MMOs, but Shikata explained outfits would have an additional benefit: They give you new abilities or enhance items and weapons.
“Goron garb allows you to go through lava, the Kokiri suit will allow you to shoot three arrows, “ he said. The different costumes can change the way players approach each stage and, according to Shikata, the element of matching your outfit to the stage you're about to enter is a really unique feature of this game.
June is National LGBT Pride Month, plus gay marriage was made legal in the United States last week, so we are celebrating by listing off our favorite LGBT characters from movies, television, comics, and video games. Take a look at our list, then let us know your favorites in the comments.
Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis is adamant that his classic film trilogy will never have a remake in his lifetime.
“Oh, God no,” he told the Telegraph when asked about the possibility. “I mean, to me, that’s outrageous. Especially since it’s a good movie. It’s like saying ‘Let’s remake Citizen Kane. Who are we going to get to play Kane?’ What folly, what insanity is that? Why would anyone do that?”
Co-writer and co-rights holder Bob Gale agrees with Zemeckis, and both claim they'll never sign off on a remake as long as they live. Zemeckis is hopeful that his estate will find a way to block its production even after his eventual death.