When it comes to the next big blockbuster movie franchise, Hollywood studios definitely want to catch ’em all.And now it looks like the next big target in their sights is a live-action feature film adaptation of immensely popular long-running video game franchise Pokémon.
This is definitely news that nobody saw coming or even ever wanted to see, but it has just been revealed that the critically-panned Rambo: The Video Game will be getting new DLC tomorrow on PlayStation 3 and PC.It is called the Baker Team and includes 3 new missions that are set during the Vietnam War, while also packing in a brand new difficulty called John Rambo.
The free 'Baker Team' pack introduces three brand new missions set during the Vietnam War that sends Rambo "on a covert mission deep into Viet Cong territory", plus a brand new difficulty setting called John Rambo.5 new weapons are thrown in too, including the MP44, SPAS12, XM79, PPSH41 and CAR15, along with 5 new perks, 8 new trophies/achivements, and the ability to unlock all skill points to rank Rambo up to level 25.
This is the new permanent home of our guide to the best of Amazon Instant Video (including free titles for Prime members).The following recently added Amazon Instant Video titles received a Metascore of 61 or higher (or are much older "classics" that do not have a Metascore).
The game’s writer, Amy Hennig, has been talking with Lucasfilm personnel to craft “a new, authentic Star Wars story“.Motive Studios is another developer working on a new Star Wars video game.
The ESRB has now rated the Attack on Titan video game that will be out later this year from Bandai Namco.Since Attack on Titan is aimed for an older audience, the video game has been rated “M” for mature players over the age of 17.
Jade Raymond announced at EA Play that DICE is collaborating with Motive Studios to work on a sequel to Star Wars Battlefront.It will be out next year and she noted EA has listened to the fans for this new game.
The PlayStation VR will be very interesting because there will be a lot of software that aren’t going to be too expensive.The PSN has listed some of the prices thus far for various video games.
While we’ve seen all of the vehicles shown off in this video before, this one gives a more behind-the-scenes look into how the developers designed them and the research that went into delivering a true to life replication.The gameplay and the accompanying commentary is very interesting, giving us more extremely impressive gameplay to go along with some solid insights into development.