The band behind the soundtrack to No Man's Sky, 65daysofstatic, has made the game's official album available for digital pre-order on all major online music services.
Those who pre-order No Man's Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe via iTunes will get a bonus instant-download of the track Supermoon, while the band's new track "Red Parallax" is available to stream now on their official soundcloud page.
Fans can get their hands on the 2-hour record when it launches on August 5 2016, whose official album artwork was created by Caspar Newbolt from Version Industries.
Gearbox has revealed when we can expect the newest Battleborn character, what we can expect during the summer months, and an extension for the "Lootpocalypse."
The 27th Battleborn character will be a snake called Pendles, who was revealed back in May. He'll become available in early access if you have the Season Pass on July 28 at 9am PT, and his official release will be a week later on August 4.
Yesterday saw the release of the Battleborn July update, and the characters have decided they're going to the beach. There are now "Summer Fun" skins and taunts available in the in-game Marketplace.
Capcom has released a new demo for Umbrella Corps on PlayStation 4.
In a blog post on the official site, Capcom announced the demo is available from the PlayStation Store now until 11.59 PT on July 23, 2016.
While there's no cap to how much of the game you can play, after 48 hours of game time you'll be prompted to pay to keep playing.
"The feature-rich demo includes access to online modes and maps set on the streets of Raccoon City, the derelict RPD building, and even the iconic Spencer mansion," states Capcom.
"In Umbrella Corps, players face off in intense, fast-paced 3 vs. 3 online battles in maps inspired by iconic locations from the Resident Evil universe. Zombies, undead canines, and other abominations also wander the battlefield. These idle creatures will leave players alone as long as their Zombie Jammers are intact, but if it takes damage they’ll swarm without mercy."
The pilot for FOX's Lethal Weapon series screened for fans at San Diego Comic-Con and we've got an advance spoiler-free review for you. The premiere episode will air Wednesday, September 21st.
Cutting to the chase, I enjoyed the Lethal Weapon pilot more than I anticipated.
Like, I assume, most of you, I was -- and for the most part still am -- against the rebooting of Lethal Weapon. I'm against most reboots just based on principal, in general, but I can still be wrong - like with Hannibal and Fargo (even though Fargo acts more like a spiritual adaptation/sequel). Basically, there was no point to turning Lethal Weapon into a TV show when the original films are still easily accessible and, in the case of the first two, still hold up.
The Pokemon Company is expected to release more information about Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon on August 1 at 9 am ET / 6 am PT.
An update on the Pokemon Sun and Moon website confirmed when the next official information will arrive, according to Siliconera. There are no details as to what could be coming — but as with other updates, we're likely to hear about new Pokemon and new features available in the upcoming games.
Earlier this week, The Pokemon Company released a trailer showcasing six new Pokemon coming to Pokemon Sun and Moon when it launches in November. Haven't been keeping up with the new Pokemon? So far, there are 25 new Pokemon, though that number is expected to keep growing as game's release date draws nearer.
While a little modest compared to the scope of the three main episodes released so far, perhaps the best praise I could spoon upon the pair of bonus jobs developer Io Interactive has gifted to Hitman owners is that neither would’ve felt out of place in the likes of cult-fave Hitman: Blood Money. These are clever remixes of two previously released levels, each injected with new content that effectively distinguishes our second visits from our first ones. The playable area of each is smaller and there are slightly fewer ways to complete the hits here than in the main missions (and they’re not quite as challenging) but they still require patient observation and thoughtful execution of multi-part plans.
Note: this is a spoiler-free review of BoJack Horseman's third season, which debuted on Netflix on Friday, June 22.
Now that Mad Men is off the air, BoJack Horseman might just hold claim to the title of "Best Show About a Wealthy, Middle-Aged Man Who Can't Seem to Find Personal Happiness or Fulfillment Despite His Professional Success." This Netflix-exclusive animated series got off to a fairly rocky start in its first season but improved considerably in Season 2. Luckily, Season 3 is on par with the last, if not even better. The show keeps finding new ways to showcase the absurdity of the BoJack universe while also exploring the title character's ongoing battles with depression and self-destructive behavior.
Podcasts. The final pig's ear. These are the ramblings of the IGN UK team. Its hour long mission: to talk about Star Wars Celebration, to preview the new Star Trek and XXX films, to boldly go where no podcast has gone before.
Your Captain this week is Gav Murphy, while Joe Skrebels and Alysia Judge polish their first officer badges.
Of course, Star Trek Beyond is in cinemas this week - hence these strained allusions - but we've also been running 5K with strangers playing Pokemon Go, sitting in replica sets of Endor and playing a heated game of Keyword countdown.
You can listen to the full episode below - just open a hailing frequency by clicking on the link.
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It's that time of year, when fans from virtually every aspect of geekdom meet together in San Diego, CA for Comic-Con, one of the largest conventions in the world. Intersecting fandoms means we see a pretty diverse array of cosplay, and we're going to highlight our favorites for each day of the show.
Today, our cosplay highlight includes some really impressive versions of Nick Valentine from Fallout 4, some War Boys from Mad Max: Fury Road, and lots of X-Men. Check them out in the gallery below, and visit IGN's SDCC hub for all things Comic-Con!
In a first for the series, Australian national basketball team the Boomers will be included in NBA 2K17.
2K Games and Basketball Australia announced via press release this morning that the Australian Boomers will be the first non-US national team to be added to the NBA 2K franchise. The Boomers join Team USA as the only national teams in the game.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be part of NBA 2K17,” said Anthony Moore, CEO of Basketball Australia. “We jumped at the chance to have our Australian Boomers in the game, and now Australian gamers can take on the world with Patty Mills, Matthew Dellavedova and Andrew Bogut together in the green and gold.”
Boomers player Patty Mills is excited about the inclusion, “It’s great to see 2K recognizing our nation’s growing impact on the sport with the inclusion of Team Australia in NBA 2K17.”
Comic-Con is a celebration of all of the popular arts, and that most definitely includes the highest art of all: Power Rangers.
For your viewing pleasure, here are eight handsome-looking pics of some new Power Rangers toys being featured on the show floor of SDCC 2016. Savor them.
Still shots are nice and all, but some are into those new moving pictures instead. Here's a video for you heathens:
For more on Comic-Con watch our live stream and our Comic-Con 2016 homepage at http://www.ign.com/events/comic-con.
Marvel debuted the first teaser trailer for its upcoming Netflix supergroup series The Defenders at the Luke Cage 2016 San Diego Comic-Con panel, confirming the show is set for a 2017 release.
Much like The Defenders will be an amalgam of the four series that come before it — Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist — the trailer too cobbles together logos, title, and other imagery from the various series.
All set to Nirvana's "Come As You Are," the trailer highlights the four heroes before Daredevil's Stick (Scott Glenn) comes in via voiceover to address The Defenders.
"You think the four of you can save New York? You can't even save yourselves," he says before the show's official logo appears.
It was confirmed today at Comic-Con that Marvel's Iron Fist is coming to Netflix in 2017, plus we got our first proper glimpse at the series in a 30-second teaser.
Jeph Loeb introduced the footage, which shows a young Danny Rand being discovered by some monks in a snowdrift after surviving a plane crash. It then moved to present day where Danny escapes from a mental institution using, well, his fists. Check it out below:
And here's the just-released poster featuring the series' logo:
The first trailer for Marvel's Luke Cage made its debut today at San Diego Comic-Con.
Luke Cage, which stars Mike Colter as the show's title character, will make its Netflix-exclusive debut on September 30.
A new sizzle reel revealed even more footage, in addition to featuring Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
Earlier today during IGN's Comic-Con livestream, series showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker discussed Marvel's plans for bringing together its various Netflix series, likening The Defenders to the Wu-Tang clan. Each show will retain its own identity, while The Defenders will provide a unique take on the assembled group.
Comic-Con is more than just comics, it's cool stuff from every corner of pop-culture smushed into one awesome place for everyone to enjoy, and as it turns out, quite a few people enjoy a good Star War every now and again.
As such, we snapped some sweet pics of these costumes from the upcoming Star Wars: Rogue One movie. Feast on them with your eyeballs to help sate your anticipation.
If you're more into the whole moving pictures thing though, we've got you covered with the video below:
For more on Comic-Con watch our live stream and our Comic-Con 2016 homepage at http://www.ign.com/events/comic-con.
During a Luke Cage panel at San Diego Comic-Con tonight, Marvel announced that Daredevil will return to Netflix for season three.
Netflix confirmed the news on Twitter along with a short teaser showing off the sign for the Hell's Kitchen subway station splattered with blood.
— Daredevil (@Daredevil) July 22, 2016
The cast and creators of Amazon's The Man in the High Castle appeared at Comic-Con today to answer questions from fans and to tease the upcoming Season 2 - including a promise from executive producer Isa Dick Hackett that we'll come face to face with the elusive, rabble-rousing Man in the High Castle.
"We are shooting episode seven right now," she told the crowd on hand, "out of ten. And all I can say is that we'll meet the Man in the High Castle this season."
The first season was based on the award-winning alternate history novel her father, Philip K. Dick, wrote. But even still, it was a loose adaptation. "The series doesn't follow the same narrative progression as the book and it's sort of jumped around," she said. "It's always been more of a spiritual guide, and it will continue to be so going forward. Though there were things from the book that we didn't get to in Season 1 that we'll now get to in the second season."
Though they will all eventually team up in The Defenders, Marvel has delved into each of its individual Netflix series with a unique approach. Iron Fist will have some help in that process thanks to the sheer volume of villains apparently being thrown into the mix.
During IGN's San Diego Comic-Con livestream, Marvel's CCO Joe Quesada discussed Marvel's approach to its Netflix shows, noting that, while Iron Fist is further away than this fall's Luke Cage, production is underway on the series that is set to include a healthy dose of the dark side.
"I would say that Iron Fist has probably more villains in our first season than any of our other shows," Quesada said.
Civil War II is only three issues old, but fans are already looking ahead to Marvel's next huge event. The Death of X, a four-part mini-series coming in October from co-writers Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule with art by Aaron Kuder and colorist Morry Hollowell, promises to be a massive game-changer as it answers the biggest question stemming from the end of Secret Wars: What the heck happened to Cyclops?
Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso joined writers Cullen Bunn and Tom Taylor, along with artist Scott Koblish, to discuss this event as well as several other upcoming storylines. Alonso revealed that the story would fill in the gap between the end of Secret Wars and the current Marvel Now! universe, and showed off some of Kuder's fantastic artwork.