Saber Interactive's World War Z, based on the movie and book of the same name, is having problems with crashing and connecting to servers.
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Articles by Zak Wojnar
At Star Wars Celebration, actor Janina Gavankar unofficially announces that Horizon: Zero Dawn 2 exists and that she "knows some secrets."
Ary and the Secret of Seasons is a long way away, but it's already shaping up to be one to watch in 2020, especially for fans of The Legend of Zelda.
Lost Words: Beyond the Page combines a striking visual style with side-scrolling action and a unique setting: the pages of a young girl's diary.
The stylish LucasArts-style film noir adventure game returns with a brand new episode and ports to PlayStation, 4 Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch!
Trine 4 eschews the 3D gameplay of Trine 3 and returns to the original, side-scrolling puzzle-platforming action of the series' first two games!
The original creators of Burnout bring the action racing genre back to basics with Dangerous Driving, a classic, pure, hardcore racing experience!
We interview The Haunting of Sharon Tate star Jonathan Bennett about portraying a real-life murder victim and Hillary Duff's performance in the film.
We interview The Haunting of Sharon Tate star Lydia Hearst about her obsession with True Crime and her experience playing Abigail Folger.
We interview Hotel Mumbai director Anthony Maras and star Armie Hammer about the film's unique exposition techniques and creating tension.
We interview Hotel Mumbai stars Nazanin Boniadi and Anupam Kher about the pressures of telling a true story and portraying their characters.
We interview original Pet Sematary director Mary Lambert about the film's 30th anniversary, sequel Pet Sematary Two, and her thoughts on the remake.
Gambit has yet to receive a fair shake on the big screen, but Wolverine: The Lost Trail aims to give him his due in the realm of podcast radio drama.
Wolverine: The Lost Trail picks up the baton from the most iconic X-Men stories of all time, in that it is unafraid to dive into political drama.