This week’s headlines take a look at Ubisoft’s response to allegations of abuse, a Final Fantasy VI opera interlude and a great N.Y. Times story about video game movies and why they reign right now.
The Cuphead show, The Witcher and Resident Evil among several programs featured in a new promo poster for streaming service’s “Geeked Week.”
The video game-based flick will remain in theaters but will no longer be accessible on HBO Max starting May 24. It was a good run.
The iconic singer releases a video for her song “Electric,” which will be featured on “Pokemon 25: The Album,” set for release in the fall.
The series based upon the classic video game series is back for its fourth and final season on the popular streaming service.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo returns on June 12 with a four-day event that can be experienced all online. More information can be found below.
The latest effort to bring video games to the silver screen could set up a nice run of movies set in this new world.
A concert during the Tribeca Fimlm Festival will include performances by Daniel Lanois and special guests.
The Arcane series will tell the backstories of two of the popular League of Legends esports series’ biggest characters.