Atari Signs Deal for Centipede and Missile Command Movies

Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films (EFO) has just shaken hands with video game forefathers Atari for the ability to produce two feature films based on arcade games Centipede and Missile Command.  Atari CEO Fred Chesnais told Deadline they were: “thrilled to partner with Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films to develop feature films based on two of our most beloved titles. Centipede and Missile Command are… Continue Reading →

Why Sony Killed The Vita

PS Plus will no longer offer free titles on PS3 or PS Vita from March 2019 onwards, it was announced last month. I can see why Sony might be keen to phase out their previous home console after PS4’s heavyweight success, but why throw their Vita baby out with the bathwater? 

What Insomniac Games’ Oculus Focus Means for VR Future

Insomniac Games is often completely overlooked in its diversity and range of titles. From its PlayStation beginnings with Ratchet and Clank, and Resistance, the studio has dipped successfully in and out of the mobile market and skipped between genres spanning from open world to intimate interactive stories. Just when we thought we knew where we stood however, Insomniac goes and… Continue Reading →

7 Games To Look Out for in April 2016

Quantum Break April – 5th Coming April 5th for Xbox One and PC, a brand new IP from Microsoft developed by Remedy Entertainment. Main character Jack Joyce has the power to manipulate time itself in the greatly anticipated third person shooter title exclusive to Xbox One and PC. The title was revealed in a teaser… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Video Game Side-Characters

And one honourable mention for sheer annoyance.  Over the course of a video game, our protagonist is our eyes and ears through the world we’ve come to inhabit. However beyond these lovable (and often not to lovable) host bodies, we find some pretty awesome characters along the way. 10. Fallout Series- Mysterious Stranger Since the… Continue Reading →

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