This fall, Wizards of the Coast will be embarking on their most ambitious Dungeons & Dragons project yet. It's called Tyranny of Dragons, and it's a transmedia effort that will see a storyline play out over tabletop, video games, novels, and more.
Abrams might be trying to hide it, but it definitely looks like the Millennium Falcon will indeed be in Star Wars: Episode VII! New photos have leaked from the set of the film showing the Falcon's cockpit, as well as one of what looks like a very Imperial-looking interior.
Americans are clearly hooked on a feeling. Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, the 12 song compilation of 60s and 70s music featured in the recent Marvel movie, has reached the number one spot on the Billboard 200.
There's always so much Marvel movie news going around that it's easy to forget that DC and Warner Bros. are cooking up something big as well. Earlier this year, Batman v. Superman was pushed back to 2016, but the film is currently being shot right now, so a lot of details about Snyder and crew's plans are starting to leak out.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to get a whole lot bigger. A movie starring The Inhumans, a race of superhumans gifted with alien powers, has been long rumored (and hoped for) by the fan community, and now, it seems like it will soon be a reality.
Phil Fish became an overnight indie game phenom with his first release, Fez, in 2012. A year later, amidst a fever pitch of excitement over the upcoming sequel, Fish abruptly announced that he was leaving game development and canceling Fez 2, citing negativity in the industry as the reason for his departure.
Payday 2 developer Overkill Software's next project has been announced, and it's one heck of a licensing deal. They're working on a Walking Dead game, one that Robert Kirkman, the creator of the comic book series, is calling, "the co-op game that all of the Walking Dead fans have been waiting for." Color me hyped.
The Diablo series has always had a pretty daunting amount of content, but the Paragon system in Diablo III puts everything else to shame. After reaching the level cap of 60 (which already takes a really long time), players are rewarded with "Paragon levels." This "bonus" leveling system has no cap, effectively allowing you to grind forever, if you have the time and patience.
15 minutes of Metal Gear Solid V gameplay was demoed during a Gamescom livestream earlier today. It's the same mission we saw at E3, but approached in an entirely different way. Considering Kojima himself was present, rest assured that it is entirely insane.
Last month, a New York-based Minecraft convention called MineOrama was delayed for undisclosed reasons. "We are not a scam," the event's Twitter account posted at the time, assuring fans that they had every intention of finding a new date and venue for the gathering. Now however, it seems very likely that this was indeed a scam, as the organizers for the event have disappeared, deleting MineOrama's online presence, and taking almost half a million dollars in ticket sales with them.
Somebody pinch me. If it wasn't official, I honestly wouldn't have believed this report for a second; it's simply way too awesome. It's true though, Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima, easily two of the weirdest (in the best way possible) artists in their respective fields, are going to collaborate on the next Silent Hill game. To add some icing on that cake (as if it even needed any), it will star Walking Dead's Norman Reedus. Daryl Dixon vs. Del Toro and Kojima's Silent Hill? Yes please!