No need to wait for John Connor, you can take the right to Skynet yourself in Reef Entertainment’s upcoming Terminator: Resistance video game. The single first-person shooter based on the film franchise created by James Cameron, Terminator: Resistance lets you play as a brand new character who has been marked for termination. Watch the Terminator Resistance video game trailer below.
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After the success of the remakes of Aladdin and The Lion King this summer, Disney is looking to cash-in even further on the nostalgia of the animated classics by re-releasing the old school video games that were based on them for the SEGA Genesis, Super Nintento and Game Boy. And you’ll be able to play them on all the current generation systems. Read More »
If you’ve grown tired of the same old Mortal Kombat characters facing off in bloody battles whenever a new iteration of the fighting video game comes around, we have some good, weird news.
Mortal Kombat 11 was released for for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One back in the spring. But so far the only characters available to play have been standard fighters from the previous Mortal Kombat games, as well as some new characters. However, when the first piece of downloadable content arrives, it will bring a few surprising characters with it, like Arnold Schwarzenegger as a T-800 Terminator, The Joker and Spawn. Find out more about the added Mortal Kombat 11 downloadable characters below. Read More »
While we wait to see what the future of The Avengers holds in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the video game world will be giving us a whole new version of the team.
Marvel’s Avengers is a new video game from Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix that brings together Earth’s Mightiest Heroes to face some serious threats. An extensive preview of the game has arrived that showcases over 18 minutes of Avengers video game footage that unfolds in the middle of a terrorist attack in San Francisco. The Avengers are being celebrated for their heroics on A-Day, but a notable Marvel villain and an endless array of henchman disrupt the festivities. Read More »
When will people learn to stay the hell out of the cursed woods of Burkittsville? Those spooky woods made famous by The Blair Witch Project are being explored once again – this time in a Blair Witch video game. A new gameplay trailer gives us a better look at what’s in store, and it features what you might expect: scary woods, spooky ruins, video camera footage, and mysterious supernatural happenings. But more importantly, this trailer also shows how players get to interact with the game’s dog, Bullet. Watch the Blair Witch gameplay trailer below.
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The first episode of ILMxLAB’s new VR series Vader Immortal is available now, allowing fans to step into the world of Star Wars and be in the intimidating presence of Darth Vader. The Dark Lord of the Sith has been looking for a recruit to help him retrieve an ancient artifact, and wouldn’t you know it, you’re the one who finally has the skillset he needs to help retrieve it. After igniting a lightsaber, deflecting laser blasts, and impressing Darth Vader, it’s finally time to start learning the ways of the Force in Episode II, and some new concept art from the next installment teases what’s in store. Read More »
Have you heard of Arcade 1Up? They’re a video game company which specializes in bringing classic video gamee arcade cabinets into your home in a much more affordable way. They manufacture 3/4 scale video game cabinets that have the nostalgic feel of playing classic games like Galaga, Pac-Man, Centipede, and more, but you get to assemble them yourself in an easy step-by-step process that is no more difficult than putting together a desk. And they recently announced an exciting new wave of arcade cabinets.
Arcade 1Up will soon have Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel Super Heroes and Star Wars arcade cabinets available, each with a collection of several arcade games that will be available to play just like when you were popping in quarters left and right. See the new Star Wars, Marvel and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game cabinets below. Read More »
The Blair Witch Project will live on with a new Blair Witch game due out this summer. The first-person, story-driven psychological horror game is based on the horror hit, and takes place in 1996 – which conveniently sidesteps the two Blair Witch movie sequels. The storyline involves an ex-cop searching for a boy who went missing in the allegedly haunted woods surrounding Burkittsville. I’m guessing a certain witch may be involved in this disappearance.
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A couple weeks ago, there were rumblings that Ghostbusters: The Video Game from 2009 would be getting a remastered re-released sometime this year in honor of the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters, the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters II, and the 10th anniversary of the game itself. Now that’s been confirmed with a full announcement trailer, showing off the revamped graphics that will now be in high-resolution. See how the Ghostbusters video game remastered looks below. Read More »
See you next year, Sonic. The Sonic the Hedgehog movie was supposed to speed into theaters this November – and then everyone saw the trailer. The reaction was overwhelmingly negative, with many wondering why the movie’s version of Sonic looked so terrible. Rather than shrug it off, the folks behind the film took the criticism to heart, and quickly announced they’d be redesigning the look of the character. That redesign is going to take a lot of work, which means there’s no way the film could keep its original release. As a result, the Sonic the Hedgehog movie release date has shifted to early next year.
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