the witcher tv series cast

Netflix has revealed the first image from The Witcher, the new series that stars Henry Cavill as a white-haired monster hunter in a fantasy world besieged by tons of folklorish supernatural creatures. Now you get to see Cavill don a white wig and black leather clothes to play the titular “witcher,” Geralt of Rivia in the Witcher first look.

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Project Porg poster

Are you ready to train some porgs? I know I am. LucasFilm’s ILMxLAB, which uses VR, AR and other emerging technologies, has just announced a new project: Star Wars: Project Porg, which enables users to befriend the cutest characters in all of Star Wars history (sorry, Sy Snootles; you’ll always be#2). More on Project Porg below!

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Harry Potter RPG Video Game

It’s a great time to be a gamer. Even if the community is rife with toxic masculinity and shady fandom, you can’t deny that the video games themselves are top-notch. And now one of the most popular intellectual properties of the past couple decades appears to finally be getting the video game it deserves.

There have been plenty of Harry Potter video games over the years, but most of them have been rather basic and even childish in their depiction of the wizarding world. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery has provided some fun on mobile devices, but if some leaked footage and details are to be believed, there may be a full-fledged Harry Potter RPG video game in development. Find out more below. Read More »

diablo series

Hollywood may have a spotty record with video game movies, but that doesn’t mean it won’t stop trying. The next video game franchise to get the screen treatment is Diablo, the popular role-playing dungeon crawler video game series from Blizzard. But you won’t see this hack-and-slash video game on the big screen — it’s being developed as a Netflix animated series.

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kingdom hearts vr

Kingdom Hearts fans know how to wait. They’ve probably played the waiting game for longer than they’ve played any of the Kingdom Hearts games, so these next few months until the release of Kingdom Hearts 3 should be a piece of cake after we’ve already waited 13 years. It’s fine. It’s totally fine.

But wait! Before you go crazy waiting for Kingdom Hearts 3 to hit shelves on January 25, 2019, the wait for any and all Kingdom Hearts content will be a tiny bit shorter thanks to a Kingdom Hearts VR experience debuting on the PlayStation VR this holiday season. It’ll be a perfect way to bide the time while we wait to play with Baymax and the heroes of Big Hero 6, who were just teased in the latest Kingdom Hearts 3 gameplay trailer.

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Spider-Man launch trailer

If you’ve ever wanted to swing through the skies like Spider-Man, well, this guy’s Kickstarter project may be the closest you actually get. But for the next best thing, PlayStation 4 users can play Marvel’s Spider-Man, Sony Interactive and Insomniac Games’ spectacular new video game featuring your friendly neighborhood webslinger as its protagonist. The game is available right now, and Sony has debuted a cool new launch trailer that showcases many of the story’s villains. Check it out below. Read More »

LEGO Harry Potter Collection Video Game

The LEGO Harry Potter video games have been around for years. The entire franchise was split into two parts with the first game release in 2010 cover The Sorcerer’s Stone through The Goblet of Fire while the second game that came out in 2011 covers The Order of the Phoenix through The Deathly Hallows. They’ve been available on the older generation of video game consoles, but now they’re coming to the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for the first time, remastered into one single game. Read More »

Marvel's Spider-Man review

Marvel’s Spider-Man is one of the best superhero video games I’ve ever played. It’s an exciting, expansive adventure with a cinematic story, escalating action, and personal stakes. In short, it’s everything I’ve ever wanted in a Spider-Man game.

Read on for the rest of our Marvel’s Spider-Man review, including a description of the gameplay, some story elements, and much more. Read More »

Playing as Oddjob is Cheating - GoldenEye 64

One of the best video game adaptations of all time is undoubtedly GoldenEye 64. The game took the first James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan and turned it into a polygonal first-person shooter that also gave us one of the most endlessly entertaining multiplayer experiences of any video game in history. But it wasn’t always fun, especially when some jerk decided to play as the signature, short James Bond villain Oddjob.

Thankfully, if you ever find yourself plugging in the ol’ Nintendo 64 for a round of GoldenEye 64, now you can stop anyone from playing as Oddjob because it’s totally unfair. A couple of the game’s creators recently took part in an oral history of GoldenEye 64, and they confirm that playing as the hat-throwing henchman from Goldfinger is cheating. Read More »

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Monument Valley Movie

Paramount is looking to turn the visually stunning mobile game Monument Valley into a movie, and they’ve hired director Patrick Osborne to get the job done. Osborne helmed Feast, an animated Disney short that won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Monument Valley is a surreal game loaded with optical illusions, so it will no doubt make for an aesthetically pleasing film. The question is: how do you graft a plot onto it? More on the Monument Valley movie below. Read More »