"Wasteland 2: Director's Cut" is finding its way to current generation consoles PS4 and Xbox One on Oct. 13, 2015. The game was originally released for PC (Microsoft Windows, OS and Linux) in October 2013 and is the official sequel of the 1988 game "Wasteland." The PC version was developed after the developer successfully raised enough funds through a campaign on crowdfunding site Kickstarter.
Plans for a "Director's Cut" of the game came out in early 2015, with both Microsoft and Sony announcing in March 2015 that the game was coming to their consoles within the year. According to an IGN report, the game will be offered as a "remastered version" of the sequel. It will be first available in the Americas on Oct. 13, and then the rest of the world on Oct. 16.
The post-apocalyptic action role-playing game is said to feature "overhauled graphics, expanded voice-overs, gameplay enhancements and tweaks" as well as "fully redone level and character art, an enhanced lighting system and improved textures." What it essentially offers is a "complete visual overhaul." more >>
The arrival of Richard Armitage's Francis Dolarhyde a.k.a. the Tooth Fairy in the previous episode, "The Great Red Dragon," seems to change and further intensify the already chaotic situation of NBC's hit psychological-horror drama TV series "Hannibal" Season 3.
With the ruthless serial killer still on the loose, Will comes into a decision which could eventually help him stop the murder spree as well as put him in a compromising position with Hannibal.
Fans may already have the idea the gruesome torment Will has suffered in the hands of the cannibalistic doctor. However, spoiler reports indicated that Will has to enlist the help of Dr. Lecter to aid him in obtaining the killer's profile. more >>
The events are getting more intense as the second season of Starz's hit action drama TV series "Power" moves on this week with an episode that will see Ghost (Omari Hardwick) and Tommy (Joseph Sikora) in a dire situation.
The synopsis for the episode "Three Movies Ahead" was posted on TV Guide and indicated that Ghost and Tommy are heavily impacted by Lobos' (Enrique Murciano) efforts to fend off a rival drug cartel as well as from the federal authorities.
Ghost manages to hustle his way out from Lobo's influence before Angela (Lela Valdes) strikes. more >>
The second season of HBO's hit action drama TV series "True Detective" is currently suffering major backlash from fans and critics alike who sees the Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn-led installment a far cry from that of the highly-praised Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson season.
Despite all this, the network's president believes that the sophomore outing of the show has served its purpose and is "enormously proud" of it.
"I think the show works," HBO chief Michael Lombardo said during the 2015 Summer TCA press tour. "First of all, I think you need to watch the entirety of it. I have and I think it's enormously satisfying." more >>
HBO's president of programming Michael Lombardo recently appeared for the 2015 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour where he was immediately asked by the media about the network's wildly popular fantasy drama TV series "Game of Thrones."
The concern from the part of the audience is how long will the TV show run knowing that it has already caught up to George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire," which the small screen series is based on.
"I think 'seven seasons and out' has never been the conversation," Lombardo answered. "The question is how much beyond the seventh season we're going to do. Obviously we're shooting six now and hopefully discussing seven. They're feeling like they're probably two more years after six. I've said before, I would always love for them to change their minds but that's what we're looking at right now." more >>
Executive producer Damon Lindelof recently took the panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills this week to talk about the "resurrection" of Ann Dowd's Patti in the upcoming second season of "The Leftovers."
The character will be back as a series regular and she will apparently "once again be up to no good."
"Suffice to say, she's a huge problem that needs to be solved," Lindelof said. But how will the dead character return? more >>