Ridley Scott is usually a fantastic director, but his explanation for the bizarre casting of Exodus: Gods and Kings might be one of the dumbest (and most offensive) things he's ever done. If you're not familiar with the film, Exodus is a retelling of the story of Moses and Ramses, and as such, it takes place in ancient Egypt. Scott apparently forgot about this last part, of just assumed that ancient Egyptians look a lot like Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton.
Captain America 3 won't be hitting theaters until 2016, but that doesn't mean that directors Anthony and Joe Russo aren't more than happy to discuss the development. This being a Marvel project, they obviously can't divulge too many specifics, but they did manage to drop some very tantalizing hints about the final installment in the Captain America trilogy.
Welcome to The Pull List, a weekly column where I check out the first issue of a new comic and tell you whether or not you should start following that comic based only on that. Tonight I've decided to pick up Wayward, mostly because it was the only first issue of a comic they still had a copy of by the time I got to the comic shop tonight. Nevertheless, I was pleasantly surprised.
Look out Steam, you've got some competition. GOG.com used to be known as the place to go to download old games with no DRM, but they've been rapidly expanding over the past year, and are now looking to bring that "DRM free" philosophy to much more than games.
In this episoderino, Matt, Rami, Sean, and Moo discuss the upcoming PC release of Metal Gear Solid V, Matt forces everyon to talk about Halo and Destiny, and Rami tries to justify his enjoyment of Disney's Fantasia game. Much yelling and jokes ensue.
Well, after a whirlwind of a day, rife with rumors and speculation, it has been officially announced that Amazon has purchased Twitch.TV for a whopping $970 million. There's obviously a lot of speculation going around still about just what this means for Amazon, for Twitch, and for the gaming community as a whole. Let's break down the facts and make some guesses, shall we?
With a director already on board, a Doctor Strange movie is all but confirmed for Marvel's Phase Three plans. The big question now is, who's going to be Strange himself? The list of rumored candidates is a long one, and in the past has included Benedict Cumberbatch, Joaquin Phoenix, Jared Leto, and even Tom Hardy. Now it seems that Marvel might be looking towards the small screen for their next candidate.
Smash Bros has been a game of wish fulfillment from the very beginning. It’s the fighting game every nerd and geek who’s ever played the “who would win” game for hours on end would make. It’s justifiably one of the brightest stars in the Nintendo galaxy, and one of the few franchises to not hark back to at least Super Nintendo days. I, like everyone else you know, have a wish list of characters that I’d love to see as DLC. I’ll be ignoring issues of copyright. These are my fantasy picks, and if copyright issues enter into your fantasy world then you’re probably a lawyer or a pervert.
Are we seriously harassing Tim Schafer on Twitter now? Is that what it's come down to? Because if so, I think I missed the meeting where we all decided it wasn't okay for a game developer to express an opinion on game development.
Episode 5 of Telltale's Walking Dead: Season Two arrives today, prepare for heartbreak. "No Going Back" (that sounds optimistic) is available now on PC/Mac through Steam, Xbox 360, PS3, and PS Vita in North America, Europe tomorrow. Finally, iOS versions will be available on the App Store on Thursday.