"Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead." I doubt Quentin Tarantino would be OK with one of his movies being made into a video game, particularly not a primitive, retro console game like the one CineFix imagines here. But if he did allow someone to make one... I'm just saying that I would play it.
The Retro Pulp Fiction Video Game That Never Was
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Electronic Arts has canceled its open-world Star Wars game, according to three people familiar with goings-on at the company. The game, announced alongside the shutdown of Visceral Games back in 2017, had been in development at EA’s large office in Vancouver.
On Monday the BBC reported that Facebook had removed three Britain First adverts, and the page responsible for disseminating them. Britain First is a fascist political party that Facebook had already banned from its platform last year, saying at the time that its representatives “repeatedly posted content designed to incite animosity and hatred against minority groups”. A rather surprising aspect of this story, however, is the styling of the group that had been promoting Britain First: it's called "Political Gamers TV", and little about it adds up.