Orphan Black Creator is New Snowpiercer Series Showrunner

Orphan Black Creator is New Snowpiercer Series Showrunner

Orphan Black’s co-creator, Graeme Manson, is the new showrunner for TNT’s Snowpiercer series. Variety reports that Manson will be replacing Josh Friedman, who left the show in January due to creative differences after writing the pilot. “Graeme’s extensive background in the sci-fi genre coupled with his brilliant work behind Orphan Black made him the perfect choice for this series,” said executive vice president of original programming for TNT, Sarah Aubrey. “He is the best conductor to navigate the thought provoking and delicate themes of the series while bringing this frozen, futuristic world to life.” Continue reading…
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Super Mario Odyssey Could Get More DLC

Super Mario Odyssey Could Get More DLC

Super Mario Odyssey’s huge wealth of content doesn’t mean that further DLC is out of the question, but it would need to be a “really cool idea,” says producer Yoshiaki Koizumi. In an interview appearing in Game Informer’s March issue – via Gaming Bolt – Koizumi discussed the massive amount of content in the game, before talking about the possibility of future DLC. “There’s a lot of volume in Super Mario Odyssey. That was a big focus in development: give the player loads to do,” he said. Continue reading…
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H1Z1 Launches Today With Surprise Auto Royale Mode

H1Z1 Launches Today With Surprise Auto Royale Mode

H1Z1 has officially launched out of Steam Early Access, complete with an entirely new mode called Auto Royale. Auto Royale pits up to 30 teams of four in a battle where only one vehicle can be left standing. Players can find useful items like weapons, ammo, power-ups, and fuel scattered throughout a map as they eliminate the opposition. The mode also features two new vehicles and a new weapon only available in Auto Royale. The armored recon vehicle is a stable option great for news players, while the sedan is a speedy and agile option best suited for more skilled players. The Light Machine Gun is the new weapon, and it deals more sustained damage than any other firearm in H1Z1. Continue reading…
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Activision Plans to Release More Remasters

Activision Plans to Release More Remasters

Activision has announced plans to release remasters of its past titles this year, lending weight to recent rumours of a Spyro the Dragon Trilogy remaster. The company has released its annual investor report, which includes the intention to mine the Activision IP library as part of its plans for the second half of 2018. “We expect to release World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and our latest Call of Duty game in the second half of 2018,” reads the report. “In addition, we expect to deliver ongoing content for our various franchises, including expansion packs for Hearthstone and Destiny 2, in-game events for Overwatch, and map packs for Call of Duty: WWII, as well as releases of remastered versions of titles from our library of IP Continue reading…
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Gran Turismo Sport Update Adds 12 New Cars

Gran Turismo Sport Update Adds 12 New Cars

Gran Turismo Sport update 1.13 is live and adds 12 new cars, campaign events, and track layouts, and drivers can now be disqualified in Sports Mode. The patch, posted today, rolls out changes to Sports Mode as well as the new content. Drivers who rack up too many collisions and shortcuts are now at risk of getting disqualified, while cars lagging behind by over a lap will be ghosted and “not be subject to collisions.” Players can now also submit grief reports for “misconduct of other users.” You can check out the 12 new cars that have been added, below: Continue reading…
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The Witcher Netflix Series: Pilot Episode Script Is Finished

The Witcher Netflix Series: Pilot Episode Script Is Finished

Netflix’s The Witcher series has a completed pilot script. Showrunner Lauren S. Hissich submitted a first full draft (apparently after many, many iterations) on February 23rd, but won’t be drawn on the plot. #TheWitcher pilot is out for notes, and I’m out for the weekend to spend some time with my kids. See you bright and early on Monday! pic.twitter.com/qjAr5reRgB — Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) February 24, 2018 Continue reading…
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