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‘Man Of Steel’s’ producer on rebooting Superman, plus Uncharted, Warcraft, and Voltron updates

"We went into it as if there had never been another Superman movie before ours," says Man of Steel producer Charles Roven. Man of Steel opens on June 14, 2013.
Gaming

‘Destiny’ may actually be as good as you hope it is

Bungie’s follow-up to Halo has been talked about a lot since it was revealed earlier this year, but we haven’t seen much of the gameplay. That changed with E3, and there is very good reason to be excited.
Gaming

Where are you, Wii U? A drowned-out Nintendo needs help

Nintendo's struggles in recent years are perfectly encapsulated in this year's near-invisible presence at E3. The company desperately needs to change its approach before the forward march of the industry washes it away.
Gaming

‘Lords of the Fallen’ promises an interesting tomorrow

Do we really need another dark fantasy action RPG? Yes we do, according to City Interactive, and their game Lords of the Fallen makes a compelling case. An early version of the game betrayed its inspirations, but it also showed promise for…
Gaming

This time, ‘Angry Birds’ are Going in a new direction

They've spent years taking down the greedy green pigs, but after five incarnations of the original game, Rovio is teasing a different gameplay in the new 'Angry Birds Go!' Is it enough to continue the franchise's momentum?
Gaming

It’s definitely a pirate’s life for you in ‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’

'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag' takes a beloved franchise and sprinkles it with awesome in the form of naval battles, swordplay, treasure hunting, and underwater exploration. We're totally in.
Gaming

Behind the wheel in Ubisoft’s open world, multiplayer racing game ‘The Crew’

'The Crew' manages to translate the teamup properties of 'Fast & Furious' into a open world game that puts the emphasis on fun rather than capturing the checkered flag... over and over again.
Gaming

‘Pro Evolution Soccer 2014’ preview: Konami passes on the easy goal and focuses on the long game

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 makes the jump to the Fox Engine, the new tech powering Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The new gear doesn't seem to be enough to topple FIFA Soccer, Electronic Arts' all-powerful rival to the Pro Evolution…
Movies & TV

‘World War Z’ review: Teaching an old, rotting dog new tricks

Brad Pitt's adaptation of the novel World War Z manages to carve out something new in a crowded field, and proves that there's still something fresh to be found in the world of rotting, flesh-hungry corpses.
Movies & TV

Review: ‘Man Of Steel’ is an epic, angsty Superman reboot

Zack Snyder and Christopher Nolan go heavy on action and emotion for Superman's return to the big screen.
Mobile

Good news for mobile gamers: Apple is set to license a range of official, iOS 7 game controllers

Apple has prepared a series of guidelines for a new range of officially licensed game controllers for use with iOS 7 iPhone, iPad and iPod devices, which are expected to launch later this year.
Gaming

‘Super Mario 3D World’ preview: Princess Peach rejoins the party

Super Mario 3D World seeks to save the Nintendo Wii U in the same way that Super Mario 3D Land rescued the Nintendo 3DS. An E3 2013 showing of the game doesn't make the most convincing case with a game that seems too familiar to…