Earlier this week, Lucasfilm Games was announced as the overall new identity for all gaming titles from Lucasfilm, and they followed it up with the big announcement of a new Indiana Jones video game. But Lucasfilm Games will also help expand the roster of Star Wars titles with the announcement of a new story-driven, open-world game from Massive Entertainment, the Sweden-based game studio that falls under Ubisoft, creators of video game franchises such as Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, Far Cry, Ghost Recon, and The Division. Read More »
A new Indiana Jones video game is on its way. Bethesda, the video game developer and publisher behind such hit games as Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, has announced a new Indiana Jones being made by their studio Machine Games, whose recent Wolfenstein games brought punching Nazis back into the zeitgeist.
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Last month, we brought you an in-depth review of Lucasfilm and ILMxLAB’s virtual reality video game Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge. As a newcomer to the medium of virtual reality, my experience is admittedly limited, but I found the Star Wars VR adventure to be an immersive and thrilling shooter that elevated rudimentary gameplay and a simple story. So when the opportunity came to venture into another blockbuster film franchise in virtual reality, needless to say, I was excited.
Jurassic World Aftermath takes you back to the island of Isla Nublar two years after the fall of Jurassic World and before the events of the sequel Fallen Kingdom. What starts as a mission to collect valuable information turns into a fight for your life as you find yourself stranded on the island and being hunted by velociraptors and dilophosauruses. Your only hope is to navigate the dilapidated remains of Jurassic World’s research facilities to gather confidential files in order to facilitate a rescue…if you can survive. Read More »
In the original Jurassic Park, one of the most suspenseful scenes has John Hammond’s grandchildren Lex and Tim running and hiding from a pack of velociraptors that have found their way inside the park’s visitor center. This week, you can know the terror of being pursued by these bloodthirsty clever girls yourself with the release of Jurassic World Aftermath, a new virtual reality game available on the Oculus Quest. Get a glimpse at the game below. Read More »
Today brings the new virtual reality game Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge to Oculus devices. Set on the planet Batuu, where Disney’s theme park expansion Galaxy’s Edge exists in franchise canon, players get caught up in adventure that sees them taking on dangerous pirates, running into familiar faces, and really feeling like a part of the Star Wars universe. Watch the new Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge trailer for a new peek at the VR gameplay. Read More »
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge is a new virtual reality video game experience from Lucasfilm, ILMxLAB, and Oculus that allows players to step into the world of Batuu, the planet where the Star Wars theme park expansions at Disneyland and Disney World exist in the franchise’s official canon. However, rather than creating an experience that just lets fans walk around a virtual version of Galaxy’s Edge, this is an action-packed video game shooter that allows you to explore areas surrounding Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, taking fans into more dangerous and wild territory where enemies are waiting at every turn and deadly creatures won’t hesitate to attack.
/Film was offered the opportunity to play through Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge on the Oculus Quest 2 headset before the game’s release on Oculus devices today. Though VR is still in the early stages of establishing its own corner of the entertainment market, this Star Wars VR adventure is immersive and fun enough to make a simple story and rudimentary gameplay feel more exciting and engaging than your average console game. Read More »
The Resident Evil reboot cast is still growing. A bunch of names – including Kaya Scodelario, Robbie Amell, Hannah John-Kamen, and more – were previously announced, and now, Donal Logue, everyone’s favorite Donal, is joining the cast as well. Logue will play Brian Irons, Chief of Police of Raccoon City, where the story takes place. Chad Rook (The Flash) and Lily Gao (The Handmaid’s Tale) have also signed on to what is shaping up to be an adaptation far more faithful to the original games than the 2002 film.
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We’ve got over a year before we see Tom Holland back in action everyone’s favorite webslinger in Spider-Man 3 next year, and unfortunately we have to wait two years before Miles Morales suits up as the wallcrawler in a Spider-Verse sequel in the fall of 2022. But thankfully, you can still get your webhead fix this year with Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the follow-up to the critically acclaimed and best-selling Spider-Man video game for PlayStation 4, and there will be a touch of the Spider-Verse to go along with it.
Marvel Entertainment officially revealed that one of the suits players will be able to wear in Spider-Man: Miles Morales will be based on the stylized animated appearance of Miles Morales in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, right down to the cartoony proportions and unique artistic style. Read More »
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Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge is a new virtual reality game for Oculus Quest that will allow fans to venture into the world of Batuu from Disney theme parks. By way of the game’s narrative, fans can also be transported to other places and times in the Star Wars galaxy when they hear tales from an alien bartender named Seezelslak (voiced by Bobby Moynihan). One of those stories will take us way back to the time of The High Republic, the setting for Lucasfilm’s new Star Wars publishing initiative that takes place 200 years before Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. You can get a sneak peek at what’s to come in the first trailer for this Tales from Galaxy’s Edge High Republic story. Read More »
Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy’s Edge, the new immersive VR experience from Lucasfilm and ILMxLAB, is coming to Oculus Quest platforms this fall. Now, new trailer finally reveals some gameplay footage from the new adventure that unfolds on Batuu, the canonical planet from the Star Wars-themed Disney theme park expansion.
Along with the first look at actual gameplay from Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy’s Edge, the trailer reveals Jedi Master Yoda will be part of the game, voiced by none other than Frank Oz. And even though the game has you playing a droid technician, that doesn’t preclude you from getting caught up in some Jedi action, complete with lightsaber wielding, Force pushing, and more. Get a look at the Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy’s Edge trailer below. Read More »