Watching the new Zelda trailer live on the Switch presentation was pretty incredible.
The art, the vistas, the explosions, the new character designs.
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Despite earlier reports that Disney was negotiating with Carrie Fisher's estate to use her likeness, Disney has come out this morning and confirmed that the late actress will not be appearing in future films.
All week long, the Awesome Games Done Quick marathon has been streaming speedruns to raise money for charity, but the last day was especially dramatic thanks to robots and a ton of last minute donations.
Just getting started for the week? Here's what you missed overnight: Japanese School Teacher Threatens Students With A ‘Death Note’ • Tree Of Life • Samsung Galaxy Note7’s Recall Rate Is 95 Per Cent • Wizards Of The Coast Creates Dedicated Games Studio For D&D, Magic: The Gathering
The Counter-Strike players for the esports organisation Team SoloMid have all left following a dispute with owners over which leagues they could play in. Instead, the squad have all joined with Misfits, an organisation that just this week announced its new partnership with the Miami Heat.
If you've caught a domestic or international flight any time over the last few months, you would have heard a pilot or cabin crew make an announcement about the Galaxy Note7 — specifically about how you're not allowed to have one of the potentially explosive devices on a plane.
Now that over 95 per cent of Note7s have been returned to Samsung in Australia — with just over 2000 devices left unaccounted for — it's hoping that Australia's airline safety watchdog will follow the US in removing the mandate for carriers to keep on reminding us about the Note7 every damn time we sit down on a plane.
Paul "Oatking" Johnson, AKA the man responsible for that amazing TIE Fighter anime short, is working on a new project: A 20-minute Street Fighter II movie, drawn in the style of the 1994 animated film.
Batman: The Animated Series still remains one of the most iconic takes on the Dark Knight years after it graced our screens. But to get there, the team behind the show needed to lay out their grand plan for who their Batman should be — and reading through the guide they wrote ahead of the series gives us some fascinating insights.