Uncharted Film Hits Theaters in 2016
Deadline reports that no one has been cast as Nathan Drake, however, Sony apparently wants to bring Mark Wahlberg back on board. Originally cast as Nathan Drake, anger from fans drove Wahlberg away from the project. Seth Gordon of Horrible Bosses fame will direct with a screenplay written by David Guggenheim.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set Announced for Disney Infinity 2.0
The Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set comes hot on the heels of the live-action adaptation that hits movie theaters August 1. Disney has confirmed that the campaign of the Play Set will not follow the events of the film, though the characters in-game appearances are modeled after the film characters.
Review: The Swapper
The Swapper is an outstanding handheld game. Its exploration sections lends itself to longer play periods, while its individual puzzles are perfect for ten minute “pick up and play” sessions. The controls work absolutely perfectly at all times, and the simplicity of the mechanics allow the game to function just as well on the Vita as on the consoles. It’s easy to see some players spending the majority of their time with the handheld version, as The Swapper is easily one of the Vita’s best games. It should be noted that the Vita version is only a few megabytes smaller than the PlayStation 3 version, meaning that the game is largely the same as its last-gen counterpart.
Top Four Mortal Kombat X Guest Character Candidates
Probably just to add fuel to Scorpion’s hellfire, the man with disdain for the hard “c” wants fans to believe the next guest character can be anyone under the sun. It might be true, but remember that Kratos was possible because NetherRealm Studios made him PS3 exclusive, and Freddy Krueger’s inclusion was only possible because Warner Bros. publishes both Mortal Kombat and Nightmare on Elm Street. So let’s look at the narrower scope of anything under Warner Bros.’ expansive umbrella.
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Yoshihisha Hasimoto May Have Left Square-Enix
This speculation comes from website Square-Enix Origin, which picked up a message on Hashimoto’s personal Facebook account. This message is a post from one of Hashimoto’s friends, who wishes him well in his new company.
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