Apex Legends is Fornite's first triple-A competitor and it's here to take the battle royale crown.
Need for Speed is both better than any racing video game adaptation really has any right to be and yet it’s still what most audience members who buy a ticket for it will be expecting.
Actor Aaron Paul and director Scott Waugh sit down with us to talk about their video game adaptation Need for Speed, and about the film’s old school feel, how Paul gets into character when so many cameras are on him, the most dangerous stunt they attempted together. They also bicker about who gets to keep the nicest car in the movie.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Need for Speed in Whitby or Winnipeg on Thursday, March 6th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and DreamWorks Pictures!
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Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of Need for Speed in Toronto on Monday, February 3rd, courtesy of Dork Shelf and DreamWorks Pictures!
Vancouver-based Slick Entertainment took on the challenge of designing in-app purchases in a "non-evil" way. Find out how they earned the respect of their peers and how they approach indie game development.
Dragon Age: Redemption is the latest web-series from writer/actress/internet-wunderkind Felicia Day. Set in the sprawling and epic fantasy universe of BioWare’s Dragon Age game series, last year’s 6-episode web-series has now been collected on DVD. But make no mistake: Dragon Age: Redemption is no mere web-based promotional tie-in. It is an ambitious project that pushes the boundaries of what can be accomplished in web-based filmmaking.
Electronic Arts and DICE yesterday released a spectacular 12-minute gameplay trailer for their upcoming Battlefield 3. The military first person shooter (shocking, we know!) is being touted as EA's answer to Activision's incredibly popular Call of Duty franchise.
So what is Bulletstorm? Originally hyped up due to the presence of developers Epic and People Can Fly, many folks expected a heinously cheeky, violent slaughterhouse that only a name like Bulletstorm could suggest. But as time went on, evidence started to mount that there was going to be something special about Bulletstorm, once again hard to pin, but unmistakably present.
According to Dead Rising 2 producer and Capcom head of R&D Keiji Inafune, it very well may be. The legendary producer recently spoke with NowGamer and commented that Canada is “getting very important now…they’ve got potential to be at the epicenter of videogame development.” Inafune recently collaborated with Canadian studio Blue Castle Games on the […]
In this fourth podcast, Jeff tells us about the super important summer event that's been keeping him busy (is it X-Men Origins: Wolverine?), Will explains how Fallout is like Metal Gear, and Lucas drinks from the precious "I ♥ Jim" mug. The dorks talk about new TV shows, bemoan the shallow ethnic diversity in superhero troupes, and debate the state of computer gaming. Prepare to be informed, amused, and offended.
The fine folks at Borne Games, creators of the popular flash game World 2, have collaborated with Electronic Arts to create a 2D side-scrolling version of the free-running action game Mirror’s Edge. The game features all the same free-running acrobatics that made the 3D version so exhilarating to play, in a perfectly executed 2D format. […]