To say that FX's new X-Men-themed TV series, Legion, is keeping its cards close to the vest would be putting it mildly. The series premiere raised far more questions than it answered about the nature of powerful mutant David Haller. What are David's ties to the X-Men? How much of what we're seeing actually happened, and how much was merely the hallucination of a dangerously unstable mind? When the heck is the show even taking place?
However, one of the biggest mysteries surrounding the show right now involves a strange villain called "The Devil With Yellow Eyes." This dark figure has a habit of showing up and silently tormenting David in his weaker moments. It's tough to say whether this character is even real or a figment of David's overactive imagination, but based on the comic book source material, we have a few ideas.
Josh Gad has been trying to get Daisy Ridley to spoil The Last Jedi, and this time he's getting help from a few of his friends.
Gad posted his last video begging Ridley for answers on Twitter, where J.J. Abrams, Chris Pratt, Penelope Cruz, Bryce Dallas Howard, and a few others ask some spoiler-filled questions. Abrams particularly is interested in finding out if Luke Skywalker finally says any lines in The Last Jedi. Watch the Twitter video below and see if Ridley finally gives in and shares some plot secrets.
Horizon Zero Dawn is finally upon us. According to our review from Lucy O'Brien, its "'post-post-apocalyptic' landscape is beautiful and terrifying," so we thought we'd give you a glimpse of some of our favorite views so far, taken with its in-game photo mode.
Click through the gallery below for 21 beautiful screengrabs from Horizon Zero Dawn's "stunningly realized" world.
Don't forget to check out our review of Horizon Zero Dawn, which praises the open-world action RPG's "extremely satisfying" combat and "moving" conclusion.
Mission: Impossible 6 will feature a few familiar faces and a different look at Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt, according to the film's writer and director, Christopher McQuarrie.
"It's a very different Ethan Hunt, I can promise you that," McQuarrie told Empire, also noting that filming will begin in Paris on April 10. The director went on to tease that a few returning characters from prior films in the franchise will return, "including people you would not expect to be back." We already know Rebecca Ferguson will return for Mission: Impossible 6, reprising her role as Ilsa from the fifth film, Rogue Nation.
Reports suggest Square Enix is considering bringing its MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV to the Nintendo Switch.
According to The Sixth Axis and Nova Crystallis, the statement was made at the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival in Frankfurt (surely one of the more beautiful bits of alliteration in the video game world) this weekend. After talk of bringing Final Fantasy XIV to the Xbox One a few months ago, it seems Nintendo's upcoming console could be on the list too.
Square Enix has launched the Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack + DLC today to all Season Pass holders, along with the 1.05 patch for all players.
The DLC contains an almighty sword called Ragnarok which allows you to perform a powerful Warp-strike attack. You'll also get a... fishing rod and a reel which will make fish easier to catch.
The newest patch includes the addition of two songs from NieR: Automata to the Final Fantasy XV music player (which you can now listen to while riding chocobos), the addition of new timed quests, and an increased level cap up to 120 from 99. You can now also save up to 200 photos rather than the previous 150, and an increased framerate will be found on the new PlayStation 4 Pro Lite mode.
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Battlefield 1 is usually priced around the £40 mark and has never gone below £32, so it's kind of a big deal when it goes down in price. Today, you can score it from Amazon for £30.85, which makes it the cheapest Battlefield 1 has gone for.
Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan appears to have poured cold water on the widely-held belief that the (possibly Terry Crews-voiced) Doomfist will be the next character released for the shooter.
In an Overwatch forum thread otherwise about new emotes for existing characters, Kaplan reconfirmed that "we have multiple new heroes being worked on right now", before stating that "
is not who you think it is."
Following subtle hints and a campaign by Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor Crews to voice the character, it's been the general assumption that Doomfist would be number 24 - Kaplan appears to be telling us that's not the case.
Nintendo of Japan has revealed digital download sizes for a number of Nintendo Switch games, including one that is too large to be stored on the console's 32GB internal memory.
Listed in individual software entries on the Nintendo website, the games and their download sizes are as follows:
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There’s something about being dropped into a brand new game world and finding it to be dense with deeply considered lore, terrifyingly aggressive creatures, and tantalizing questions that leaves an indelible mark on the memory. Horizon Zero Dawn is one of those games, and it carves out a unique identity within the popular action-roleplaying genre. Coupled with wonderfully flexible combat and a story that touches on unexpectedly profound themes, I found it hard to tear myself away from Horizon even after I’d finished its main campaign some 40 odd hours later.
A sense of urgency is established from the get-go, as Horizon’s premise is a big mystery that begs to be solved. The questions raised by protagonist Aloy and the primitive, feral machine-infested open world she inhabits kept me guessing throughout: what’s at the centre of it all? Although Horizon suffers from occasionally corny dialogue that belies its smarts, the broader ideas it prods at - the nature of creation, for example - are remarkably ambitious.
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
Man, what a weird episode.
Were the Garbage People of Trashlandia a part of the comics? The show is now past where I stopped reading so I don't know what's a straight adaptation anymore. Either way, I need some answers here. Maybe answers are coming. Maybe we'll get an explanation as to why these oddballs act like they've been living in a Mad Max apocalypse for two generations and not just a handful of years like everyone else, but until that happens the verdict is that these folks are pretty damned goofy.
Yes, "New Best Friends" introduced us to a entirely new community of zompocalypse survivors, but unlike the Saviors and Hilltop, who act like real people (and real d-bags), and the Kingdom, who live in an agreed upon delusion, the Garbage People feel like they all escaped from the same mental hospital.
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
After it seemed like Silver and Flint were one unit, one confident and united front, Chapter "XXXII" worked to start tearing their alliance apart right at the seams as Bones found a way into Silver's psyche and Flint went ahead, against Silver's wishes, and made a giant deal to end the entire conflict.
Not only do we have the inevitable Silver/Flint rift beginning, but the buried treasure is right at the heart of it. So while "XXXII" may not have been as roaring or thrilling as the premiere, or even last week's installment, it gave us some big storyline moves that definitely now show us a clearer picture of the fast-approaching endgame.