Bethesda announced today that Wolfenstein: The New Order will be headed to XBox 360, PS3, PC and next generation consoles sometime during the fourth quarter of this year. The new installment is set in an alternate 1960s, and is described as a “reimagining” of the Wolfenstein franchise, according to Bethesda’s press release.
The Ender's Game trailer is finally here, and it doesn't disappoint. It sets up a world where children are being trained into a new breed of military commanders in the wake of a disastrous human-alien war. While it doesn't linger on any one aspect for long, we do get very good looks at the orbiting battle school, Asa Butterfield as Ender Wiggin, Harrison Ford's Colonel Graff, and Ben Kingsley as Mazer Rackham. Check out all that and space explosions below.
"Creative differences" are being cited for Al Pacino's departure from the sequel to one of Universal's highest grossing films of all time, Despicable Me. The 2010 film has made over $450 million at the box office. Benjamin Bratt has been chosen as the replacement for the actor.
Kingdom Hearts fans, proudly raise your Keyblades high for this latest bit of exciting news (and no, it’s not Kingdom Hearts 3). It has been known for a while that Square/Disney were planning on releasing Kingdom Hearts 1.5 ReMIX to English speaking audiences for some time now. For a long time, all we knew was that it was coming out some time in the fall of this year, but now, there is not only just a specific date, but a little bit of incentives for pre-ordering.
Queens of the Stone Age are no strangers to creepy, what with music videos about implied cannibalism, mailing cryptic letters to UK magazines, or the entire Lullabies to Paralyze album. The new video for "I Appear Missing," an upcoming track on their long-awaited sixth album ...Like Clockwork, aims to set a new standard of eerie for the band, and it largely succeeds.
It seems that Bates Motel enjoys hitting its audience with one emotional punch after another. With these characters that we have invested ourselves into, their emotional traumas seem to become even worse with this week. It seems that there are a number of things still unanswered that Bates Motel isn’t quite ready to reveal just yet.
Hot off of Edgar Wright's twitter account comes the newest poster for his upcoming film The World's End. Fans of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz should start getting excited, as Wright says in his tweet, "It's coming soon..."
Maxis is officially confirmed to be developing their next life simulation game. The Sims 4 has been set for a Windows PC and Mac release window of 2014. Few details were released about the game, but on their official blog EA has promised more information about Sims 4 this week.
GameStop shoppers listen up. If you still have a Playstation 2, PS2 games, or any PS2 accessories, and would like to trade them in at GameStop, it's time to gather your supplies and rush down there as soon as possible.
Even with all of the rumors currently flying about the new Xbox, we have yet another one to add to the mix. The intense debate regarding the always online Xbox 720 feature now has more fuel on the fire.
Try to resist the siren call of the "spoiler" label if you can. The newest batch of leaked Amazing Spider-Man 2 photos are here, and — to the well-trained eye (i.e. the comic-book-loving eye) — they might reveal a lot more than any of us were expecting.
As if Guardians of the Galaxy didn't already have a killer cast lined up, rumor has it that a former Time Lord from Gallifrey (or, you know, Scotland) may be coming on board. Tentative reports claim David Tennant is being tapped to voice Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming Marvel feature.
Irrational Games announced today that the Songbird plushie featured in Bioshock Infinite will be released in September, and can be pre-ordered for $55 on their website. The bird will be 7 inches in height with a wingspan of 14 inches.
While Iron Man 3 is still breaking records in the box office, some of us are already clamoring for more information on what's next in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Well, a recent article over at Entertainment Weekly has got the scoop on a couple of upcoming projects, including some cool new concept art from Guardians of the Galaxy.
Today AT&T announced that they will be carrying the 32GB Galaxy S4. Starting on May 10th, the 32GB version will be available for $249 on contract.