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New Godzilla Screens Heat Up Your PlayStation 4

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Godzilla: The Game

Know what we want immediately? The Godzilla video game for the PlayStation 4. Unfortunately we’re gonna have to wait until August 31, 2015, when it arrives on next gen and the PlayStation 3. Still, we have some new screens to tide you over.

Godzilla comes from leading video game publisher and developer BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. Developed by Japanese video game studio NATSUME ATARI, Godzilla places players in control of one of the most famous and destructive monsters in entertainment history. As Godzilla, players will trample and lay waste to cities and environments with the goal of taking out each area’s Energy Generator while collecting as much G-Energy as possible. The G-Energy can then be used to power-up Godzilla, increasing both his physical size as well as his offensive and defensive skills.

Godzilla

Godzilla

Godzilla

Godzilla

Godzilla

Godzilla

The game will also allow players to utilize a dynamic Movie-Style Camera Angle System, delivering the most epic camera angles from which to destroy both a multitude of locations as well as classic enemies such as Mothra, King Ghidorah, and Mechagodzilla.

“Godzilla has had a long history and is one of Japan’s most famous pop culture exports that have entertained millions of people for generations in the West,” said Chris Gilbert, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. “We’re excited to continue this great history by bringing the Godzilla video game for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 to excited fans. Let the countdown to monstrous destruction and epic battles begin!”

Godzilla will feature multiple game modes including: Mission Mode where players will wreak mayhem through more than 20 different stages of play; a Diorama Mode that allows players to place Godzilla in different settings to capture epic photos; and a King of Monsters Mode where Godzilla must fight his way through the franchises most famous enemies to reach the top of the monster hierarchy and claim the throne as the true King of Monsters.

Currently rated “RP” for Rating Pending by the ESRB, Godzilla will be available in the Americas for the PlayStation®4 system and PlayStation®3 system in summer 2015.

Godzilla: The Game

Godzilla: The Game

Godzilla: The Game

Godzilla: The Game

Godzilla: The Game

Godzilla: The Game

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Confirmed: A QUIET PLACE 2 in the Works with Krasinski

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We’ve been getting a ton of news out of this year’s CinemaCon but nothing has delighted more than this news regarding the sequel to John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place.

Turns out that Paramount CEO Jim Gianopulos confirmed that A Quiet Place 2 is being developed with John Krasinski!

The news comes to us via our buddies over at JoBlo on Twitter who posted the news late last night. Very cool!

That’s all we have to go on at the moment, but we will make sure to keep on top of any news we hear regarding this sequel and send it along as soon as possible.

How excited are you that there is a sequel to A Quiet Place in the works at Paramount? Make sure to hit us up and let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

A Quiet Place is now playing in theaters.

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Gameplay Footage From THE SINKING CITY Revealed in New Video

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Frogwares has released their first Q&A video for The Sinking City, their open world action/adventure game that draws heavily upon the works and themes of H.P. Lovecraft. In the video, Community Manager Sergey Oganesyan tackles several questions that the developer has received via various social media platforms. To supplement the answers, footage from the game has been added which gives a taste as to how the game will play out.

In Oganesyan’s own words, “The Sinking City is a third person open world game which takes place in the 1920’s United States and it is heavily inspired by Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Yes, we do have a city, Oakmont, that you can explore at your will.

“In terms of gameplay, it’s more of a detective game, so you will be solving crimes and unveiling numerous dark crimes and secrets of Oakmont and its people. You know, investigating crime scenes, talking to witnesses, tracking down killers… All of that in a supernatural and often hostile environment. But The Sinking City also has, at the same time, a proper combat system. We have guns, we have weapons, we have traps, we have complimentary skills for you to unlock. And, of course, we have monsters that will haunt you all over the city.

“How long is it going to take you to beat the game? We’re aiming for around 30, maybe 40 hours of playtime. That is if you want to complete the main quest and a majority of side quests. But you can easily go above that if you’re a completionist or just want to see all the different endings.

To learn more about The Sinking City, make sure to read our interviews with Narrative Lead Sergey Ten and Concept Artist Andrey Roscha.

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Will Stephen King’s THE LONG WALK Make a Good Movie?

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I often ask friends and family what Stephen King book they would like to see adapted for the big screen and 9/10 times they always answer The Long Walk. True story.

I have yet to read the book myself, which was published under King’s famous pseudonym Richard Bachman, but it is always high on my must-read list.

And I’d better get to it sooner rather than later as today we have word via THR that the book is being adapted into a film from screenwriter James Vanderbilt (The Amazing Spider-Man, White House Down).

Vanderbilt will produce with Bradley Fischer and William Sherak and Mythology Entertainment’s Tracey Nyberg will executive produce for New Line Cinema.

Do you think Stephen King’s The Long Walk will make a good movie? Let us know what you think in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

Synopsis:

First published in 1979, Long Walk is set in a future dystopian America ruled by an authoritarian. The country holds an annual walking contest in which 100 teens must journey, non-stop and under strict rules, until only one of them is still standing alive to receive the prize. The story told of a 16-year-old walker named Raymond Garraty and the teens — some good, some bad, some mysterious — in his orbit.

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