Video games have reached new heights over the last few years as a medium, but why have video game movies continued to be so bad?
20th Century Fox released the first trailer for the upcoming Assassin's Creed movie today. The trailer shows a universe pretty much on par with the games, with the end even showing off a Leap of Faith dive.
New images from 20th Century Fox's Assassin's Creed movie have been released ahead of tomorrow's debut trailer.
People are always asking for movie adaptations of their favorite video games, and Nintendo has several critically acclaimed and fan-favorite franchises, which have great potential to succeed as movies, like The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario
There's been a Gran Turismo movie in the works for a couple of years now, and whilst it may seem a little odd that a game with no perceivable story is being made into a motion picture,
According to the Zune Marketplace FAQ, Zune will close its virtual doors when Microsoft officially transitions from Microsoft Points to real-world currencies, which could be as soon as Thursday, August 22nd. Once the conversion begins, Zune users
Filmmakers Anthony Caulfield and Nicola Caulfield announced an Indiegogo campaign in order to fund the production of a ninety minute documentary called From Bedrooms to Billions.
Apparently Sony just entered talks with Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance co-director Brian Taylor to start work on a silver-screen adaptation of Twisted Metal, everyone's favorite car combat franchise featuring a deranged lunatic dressed as a clown.
Just like The Legend of Zelda series and countless others before it, the BioShock franchise has earned itself a cadre of fans dedicated enough to attempt to create a movie sans an official greenlight from the game's
"A new era in television begins this holiday where your entertainment becomes instantly searchable, easily discoverable and enjoyable in extraordinary new ways from a single device — Xbox 360." That's exactly how Microsoft opened their press
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A few weeks ago, French game developer Ubisoft announced they would be putting together a team that would be the last line of defense against remarkable game franchises being made into mediocre movie adaptations. After starting the