Certain Telltale Games Have Been Removed From Steam As The Developer Prepares to Shut Down Completely

Certain Telltale games have been removed from Steam as the troubled company is in the process of completely shutting down and liquidating its assets.

As reported by GameDaily.biz, Telltale Games is working with Sherwood Partners to help it through its complete shut down.

In a process similar to bankruptcy, Telltale is currently going through assignment proceedings where "they were able to find someone to give them enough money for assets to pay any creditors or they had the money on the hand."

These assets include "physical goods, trademarks, copyrights, software, and source code."

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Christopher Nolan, Rian Johnson and Others Sign Letters Urging Warner Bros. to Save FilmStruck

Several prominent filmmakers are taking the case to save FilmStruck directly to Warner Bros. in a series of letters.

The first letter, which was sent on November 12 to Warner Bros. Picture Group chairman Toby Emmerich, acknowledges that Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg have already contacted Warner Media Group to voice their support for continuing the streaming service.

"So we want to add our names to the petition started by Marty and Steven and want you (and Warners) to know that we feel equally strongly and would do anything to support the service being saved," the letter states.

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Birds of Prey: Harley Quinn Spinoff Movie Casts Its Cassandra Cain

Birds of Prey has reportedly landed its final main actress, as Ella Jay Basco is in negotiations to play Cassandra Cain, aka, Batgirl.

As reported by Variety, the young actress has only had a handful of roles in Grey’s Anatomy, Veep and Happyland. The plot of Birds of Prey will reportedly see Cain protected by Harley Quinn, Huntress and Black Canary after she comes across a diamond that belongs to Gotham City kingpin Black Mask.

Basco in Grey’s Anatomy Basco in Grey’s Anatomy (2013).

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Fortnite: CLG’s KP5ive vs Chrispy – Streamer Showdown!

This Thursday, IGN Plays Live's Streamer Showdown is back on, and this time it’s personal! Sort of.

On November 15, starting at 4pm PT/7pm ET, IGN's Sydnee Goodman will be joined by Counter Logic Gaming's top Fortnite pros, KP5ive and Chrispy, as they go head to head in a challenge so bananas only Sydnee could dream it up.


As always, you can watch right here on the front page of IGN.com, or you can find us on YouTubeTwitch, and Mixer.

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13 Best Zombie Games of All Time

Zombies make marvelous antagonists. They’re plodding dark mirrors parodying our society’s short sightedness. They’re plentiful and emotionless eaters of flesh, which makes them perfect cannon fodder for action films and twitch shooters. Their wasted visages serve the purposes of both horror and humor with equal effectiveness. They’ve been a part of the video game landscape for decades – so long that they’ve carved out their own subgenre: the “zombie game.”

Strangely, the still-shambling corpses of the damned have been important to some of gaming’s more notable narratives and innovations.

Here are the 13 best zombie games of all time.

13. Zombies Ate My Neighbors

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Jack Reacher Author Says Streaming TV Reboot in the Works Without Tom Cruise

Lee Child, the author who created and penned 23 Jack Reacher novels and various short stories, has confirmed that a TV reboot of his prolific series is on the way, albeit without Tom Cruise in the titular role.

In an interview with BBC Radio, Child claimed that, despite various fitting qualities, Cruise was simply too short for the role, clocking in at 5’7”. Jack Reacher, on the other hand, is supposed to be 6’5” tall.

"I really enjoyed working with Cruise. He's a really, really nice guy,” said Child. "We had a lot of fun, but ultimately the readers are right. The size of Reacher is really, really important and it's a big component of who he is. The idea is that when Reacher walks into a room, you're all a little nervous just for that first minute. And Cruise, for all his talent, didn't have that physicality.

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Is the Next-Gen Exclusives Race Already Heating Up?


On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Max Scoville and Tom Marks to discuss Microsoft's recent trend of buying up studios, and what that potentially means for the next-gen exclusives space.

Then, producer Barrett Courtney, much to Jonathon's chagrin, joins the cast to round up some of the latest Sony news, including Spider-Man's upcoming DLC, PUBG coming to PS4, and more. The crew also offers their thoughts on this week's releases, including Spyro Reignited Trilogy — Jonathon's review is now live! — Fallout 76 beta impressions, and Tetris Effect.

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Netflix’s Sabrina: All the Hidden Symbolism You May Have Missed

Production designers have one of the most fascinating — and challenging — roles in the entertainment industry. Being able to tie together the symbolism at play in the story with the visual interest of the scenes at large in a way that feels organic (and looks cool, to boot) is no easy task. But at Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, production designer Lisa Soper has taken her work to the next level, doing tarot card readings for each of the main characters to gain deeper insight into their journeys.

When we spoke with Soper, herself a practicing pagan, it was clear that considering the visual allegories of the story was just as important to her, and the series’ creators, as the story on the page itself. “We have this amazing ability to grab people’s attention for 60, 90, 120 minutes

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch Returns With New Comic From Uncanny X-Men Writer

Sabrina the Teenage Witch is receiving a new miniseries written by Kelly Thompson, known for her work with Marvel on Uncanny X-Men, West Coast Avengers, Jessica Jones and more.

Revealed by Entertainment Weekly, Sabrina the Teenage Witch #1 will go on sale March 27 as the first of a five-part miniseries. In contrast to Archie Comics' darker Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, this will reportedly return to the franchise’s more lighthearted roots. The miniseries is being illustrated by Veronica and Andy Fish.

“Sabrina is one of the most fascinating and story-rich properties at Archie, so I feel incredibly lucky to get the opportunity to build in that world,” said Thompson. “Because Chilling Adventures of Sabrina already exists and is brilliant, readers should expect something a little different in our book, a modern interpretation of the classic. One of my favorite things to do is come in and modernize a wonderful classic, and I hope with this incredible team on board we can do something really special with Sabrina.”

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