"[Fans of the game] get all the things that you remember about it and you can smile about," Peyton explained. "But then there's all this room to do things and build a story and build characters and do what I wanted. That allows us to exceed expectations and have a lot of fun and just deliver in a way that a good movie needs to deliver." … [Read more...] about “I lived the video game curse” – The Rock talks Doom and making sure Rampage doesn’t suck
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"What we were really responding to was the notion of this man who is a military person of integrity who had climbed up the ranks, and was looking forward to taking over the Air Force, and then gets given this super-implausible goal of boots on the Moon by 2024," says Daniels. "And he's got to navigate this path through all these politicians who don't really understand how to achieve this, and all the scientists who do understand it and are worried, and then the media." … [Read more...] about Space Force cast and showrunner on why the new Netflix series is no The Office rehash
In that light, Wube says it felt its options were either to release early or "quite a while after it", and ultimately settled on the former approach for several reasons - namely good development progress, a previously announced descoping of certain features (it stressed no features have been cancelled or postponed due to the Cyberpunk release date), and, simply, that "the general feeling in the office is that the game is pretty much done". … [Read more...] about Factorio is leaving Steam early access sooner than expected to avoid Cyberpunk 2077
Image 7 of 7Ben FosterSince the X-Men continuity is already screwed anyway, why not take someone who used to play Angel and make him the new Wolverine? Ben Foster is the kind of actor who disappears into every part he plays, and looking at his work in movies like Lone Survivor and Hell or High Water, he’d be an unconventional but strong choice to lose himself in the complexities of James “Logan” Howlett. … [Read more...] about Who should play the new Wolverine as Hugh Jackman says goodbye to the character?
Peet has a clear goal - save Wren - but there's more pushing him forward. He feels guilty about failing to protect Wren, and that's only amplified by the children who blame him for the disappearance of their parents. Of course, there's also a supernatural air to everything, as the relationship between the real world and Peet's subconscious perception of it continues to blur. There's a bit of a meta-narrative between the player's understanding of Peet's coma and his assessment of the world around him, and this gives Neversong an almost Alice in Wonderland weirdness that made me want to meet more characters and explore more environments just to see how Peet's mind renders them. … [Read more...] about Neversong is a sad but stunning adventure and perfect for a night in