Monthly Archives: November 2017
Marvel's teaser poster for Avengers: Infinity War continues a trend established with the first Avengers and carried through to Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The teaser posters for the first three Avenger movies act as a throughline of the MCU, featuring a main design alike in all three posters but with different details to reference their respective team-up films.
The posters all feature the iconic Avengers logo. The logo in the Infinity War poster, though, prominently features a purple hue because of the incoming threat of Thanos, with a mix of reflected colors to seemingly match the various Infinity Stones. Check out an image gallery of the posters below. Age of Ultron's teaser poster matched its titular villain's design, while the original Avengers featured a more subdued version of the logo.
The subject of tomorrow's Destiny 2 live stream changed from its initial plan to show off parts of the upcoming Curse of Osiris expansion, and will instead focus on the studio's response to feedback and the direction Destiny 2 is taking going forward.
Originally, the live stream was planned to show off "weapons and armor" from the DLC, but now the plan is to address "higher priority information."
Recently, Bungie changed the XP system in Destiny 2 works after players expressed their dissatisfaction with how it worked. Fans have also expressed concerns about how the endgame plays out, complaints about the loot system, and frustration at the lack of communication on Bungie's part.
Another Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, and we spent all weekend bringing you the best deals we could find.
Now we thought we’d look back at the biggest winners of the discount madness, breaking down the top 10 games and movies bought this year, based on data gathered from IGN Deals’ Black Friday articles and wikis.
- 10: Assassin's Creed Origins
- 9: Call of Duty: WW2
- 8: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald director David Yates has spoken out about the controversial decision to keep Jonny Depp on for the sequel.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Yates defended the decision to have Depp play Grindelwald in the sequel, which has garnered backlash because Depp’s ex-wife, Amber Heard, previously accused the actor of both physical and emotional abuse. Yates says these accusations don't tally with the kind of person he's seen while working with the actor.
"Honestly, there's an issue at the moment where there's a lot of people being accused of things, they're being accused by multiple victims, and it's compelling and frightening," said Yates. In the case of Depp, however, Yates noted it was only accusations from a single person. "I can only tell you about the man I see every day: He's full of decency and kindness, and that's all I see," the director said.
An X-Files game is coming to mobile platforms early next year to coincide with the release of Season 11 of the television series.
Officially licensed, and developed by Creative Mobile and FoxNext Games, The X-Files: Deep State will see players assume the role of a Special Agent of the FBI. Players will investigate crime scenes, uncover clues, collect evidence, and solve puzzles to uncover the truth behind paranormal events.
The game will also feature witness and suspect interrogation, and players will make moral decisions that impact the storyline. New cases will be available for players on a monthly basis, with myth-arc and monsters-of-the-week. Series fans should also expect to see some of their favorite characters make appearances.
After Epic Games sued two Fortnite players for cheating, it has been revealed that one of the accused cheaters is a minor who's 14 years old.
The mother of the teenager sent the court a letter, which you can read on Kotaku, that pushes back against Epic's case against her child. She notes that, for minors, Fortnite's terms require parental consent, which she never provided.
Instead of going after the websites providing the software to cheat, the mother claims that by targeting individual players, the publisher is "using a 14 year-old child as a scapegoat." She also claims her son didn't help create the software for cheating, as Epic alleges, but instead just downloaded it as a user.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is currently in development for mobile platforms.
Tencent has yet to announce a release date or provide information regarding any plans to launch the game in areas outside of China. Additional details about the port will be revealed "in the near future."
Recently, Tencent announced it will release the popular survival shooter in China, while making changes to ensure that it is consistent "with socialist core values." A new batch of PUBG screenshots were also recently released, showcasing the game's upcoming desert map.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda recently discussed the future of the Deus Ex franchise, shooting down rumors that the series is dead.
"We have never said anything about discontinuing that title but for some reason that's the rumor out on the market," Matsuda told GamesIndustry.biz. "What I can say is Eidos Montreal has always developed Deus Ex, and the issue is we do not have limitless resources," he explained.
Matsuda emphasized that Deus Ex is a "very important franchise" to Square Enix, especially because it adds variety among its portfolio of franchises as a first-person title. In fact, he said the company is "already internally discussing and exploring" where to take the series with the next entry.
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If you're not familiar with Deathstroke the Terminator by now, you're about to be. This villain is set to become a major force in the DCEU in the years to come, and that's to say nothing of his high-profile appearances in DC's comics, TV series and video games in recent years. Everything is coming up Slade Wilson right now.
With that in mind, here's what you need to know about the comic book origins of Deathstroke.
Spoilers follow for Justice League.
Slade Wilson is perhaps the most feared and respected assassin in the entire DC Universe. Known to many as "Deathstroke the Terminator," Slade is an elite solider who gained superhuman powers thanks to secretive government experiments. But rather than continuing to fight for his country, Slade now sells his services to the highest bidder. And all his clients know that even with one eye, Deathstroke never misses his mark.