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Development on The Last Guardian Is Complete

UPDATE: Sony president of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has now confirmed the news on Twitter, writing, "I've waited a very long time to say this... The Last Guardian has gone gold! I'm so excited for you all to finally experience it."

Development on The Last Guardian is reportedly complete.

In a tweet that was since deleted (but was captured by Polygon), Sony Interactive Entertainment producer Jun Yoshino announced today that the PlayStation 4 exclusive has gone gold, indicating the game will make its December 6 release date. However, after the news spread, Yoshino pulled the tweet in less than an hour.

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In a Valley of Violence Review

In a Valley of Violence is only the second time that Ti West has directed a non-horror movie. However, there is a dark and humorous heart beating at the center of this Blumhouse Productions film. From the revenge theme to the insanely effective Jeff Grace score to the gory visuals, this is an absolute treat.

The story isn’t a complex one. Ethan Hawke plays Paul, a mysterious drifter who’s heading for Mexico with his dog through the deserts of the Wild West. But things go wrong when he decides to take a shortcut through Denton, a former mining town on its knees and dubbed the titular Valley of Violence. Marshal Clyde Martin, played by John Travolta, runs the place with his band of violent goons which includes his son, Gilly, played by a moderately hammy James Ransone. Paul makes something of an impact on the place and then leaves, but that’s not the end of it for Gilly who decides to take matters into his own hands, attacking Paul at night, killing his dog and leaving the drifter for dead. That’s a big mistake that they live, for a little while, to regret.

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The Orange Box and More Now Backward Compatible on Xbox
Half-Life 2, Portal, and more join hundreds of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One.
Justice League Director Reveals New Wonder Woman Photo

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Wonder Woman, Zach Snyder has released a new photo of Gal Gadot as the Amazonian superhero in his upcoming Justice League film.

The image was shown in honor of the character during a celebration at the United Nations, and has since been posted on Snyder's official Twitter account. Check out the photo below to see Gadot sporting a very serious face amidst a fiery background.

CvUI8ZxWYAACCVm Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Justice League, via Zack Snyder on Twitter

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Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Premiere Review

A missing girl. A broke bellhop. A psychotic landlord. A wandering dog. The world of Dirk Gently is one of inapparent interconnectedness, where everything means something - even nothing.

Max Landis' new adaptation of the books from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy creator Douglas Adams (which already got a page-to-screen treatment in the UK a few years back, starring Stephen Mangan) lands on BBC America this Saturday, October 22nd, with an original story and not one actually based on either of the two novels. Instead of trying to transfer/adapt/reconfigure one of those stories, Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra) opted instead to create a new world, and characters, for the series, with rumors of perhaps some of it borrowing from Adams' unfinished third Dirk book.

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Titanfall 2 Multiplayer: Bigger... and Better?

Like the original, the duality of switching between Titanfall 2’s nimble pilots and monstrous titans is at the heart of what makes its multiplayer great. The sequel’s additions and changes, while significant, do little to distract from this brilliant gameplay loop. The pilot's ability to effortlessly traverse terrain is still remarkably fluid when the map allows for it, and titans feel like a more permanent investment thanks to rodeo changes and the advent of batteries.

Titan loadouts as they existed in the original have been scrapped in favor of six unique archetypes, each with a charismatic and thematically appropriate designation. Scorch launches thermite, Ronin wields a flashy sword, and Ion evaporates enemies with a giant laser erupting from its chest. This change may seem like a step backwards where customization is concerned, but the ability to identify an enemy titan’s capabilities at a glance is well worth the sacrifice. Increased readability is present on foot too, as each pilot’s character model is directly linked to their tactical ability. A pilot draped an exotic fur for instance has the capability to cloak.

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5 Things To Do First in Battlefield 1's Multiplayer
Get set for success in the huge new combat simulator.
Logan Director on Wolverine 3's Place in X-Men Timeline

Yesterday brought with it the debut trailer for 20th Century Fox's upcoming Wolverine film, Logan, and director James Mangold has since come forward to discuss the footage, hinting at where the movie fits into the overall X-Men timeline.

When asked about Logan's place in the greater X-Men story, Mangold told Empire, "We are in the future, we have passed the point of the epilogue of Days of Future Past."

The aged and weathered state of Professor X, as well as a scarred and older Wolverine, makes it clear several years have passed since we last saw Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman's characters, which Mangold is taking "as an opportunity" to address "the questions of ageing, of loneliness, of where I belong. Am I still useful to the world?"

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Red Dead Redemption stiže na PC, ali...
Želje PC master rase napokon će biti djelomično uslišane – Rockstarov Red Dead Redemption moći ćemo zaigrati na PC-ju, no ne onako kako ste pomislili
Development of The Last Guardian is finally complete
Shuhei Yoshida took to Twitter to make the announcement that Playstation fans have waited years to hear. The Last Guardian has gone gold.
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