Bandai Namco announced today a delay to the upcoming console release of its side-steppin' 3D fighting game Tekken 7. Originally slated for release in early 2017, Bandai Namco revealed today the new date of June 2, 2017."We were trying our best to get the game out at that time, to get it into the hands of users as early as possible," project leader Katsuhiro Harada told GameSpot during a press event in Tokyo last week.
In a recent interview with Famitsu (via Nintendo Everything), EA executive vice president Patrick Soderlund had nice things to say about Nintendo's budding relationship with third-party developers on the Nintendo Switch, referring at least to discussions around the recently announced FIFA game."I only spoke about FIFA today, but our company's structure lets us release all sorts of games for every platform, so we'll go wherever the gamers go," Soderlund said.
A new trailer for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword has arrived--and it's pretty intense. Sons of Anarchy actor Charlie Hunnam plays the lead role in the movie, which is described as an "iconoclastic take on the classic Excalibur myth." The film follows Arthur "from the streets to the throne," with the story involving Arthur reclaiming the throne after his father, played by Star Trek's Eric Bana, is murdered.
It's been many years since Batman's faithful sidekick Robin last appeared on the big screen, but this will change next month when The Lego Batman Movie hits theaters. The first clip from the movie reveals exactly how the Boy Wonder got his costume--check it out below:The film is a spinoff from 2014's hugely popular The Lego Movie.
We now might know a little more about Nintendo's highly anticipated RPG, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In an interview with IGN Portugal, series producer Eiji Aonuma reportedly said the game will have an alternate ending while Link's trusty steed, Epona, might be in the game."There is an alternate ending if you meet certain criteria.
Harry Potter actress Emma Watson will play Belle in Disney's upcoming Beauty and the Beast live-action movie. She says she was offered the role of Cinderalla in Disney's 2015 live-action take on the animated classic and has now explained why she turned it down. As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Watson told Total Film that the character Belle was more in line with her interests, in part because she saw Belle as a strong role model."I didn't know they were going to make Beauty and the Beast at the time I turned down Cinderella," she said.