New Netflix Anime Series Include Dragon's Dogma, Altered Carbon, Ghost In The Shell

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Out of nowhere, Netflix has announced a number of new anime series--and one of them is a show based on Capcom's Dragon's Dogma franchise. Here is the official synopsis for the Dragon's Dogma anime series, which is being produced by animation studio Sublimation:

"Based on a world-famous action RPG set in an open world, Dragon's Dogma from Capcom will be brought to life as a Netflix original anime series. The story follows a man's journey seeking revenge on a dragon who stole his heart. On his way, the man is brought back to life as an 'Arisen.' An action adventure about a man challenged by demons who represent the seven deadly sins of humans."

Sublimation representative director Atsushi Koishikawa said in a statement that the studio has for a long time dreamed about working on its own project, and now it's finally happening.

Apple Sets Next Reveal Event For March 25, Might Confirm Streaming Service

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Apple has set a date for its next big reveal event, and this one might be a bit different.

The company has sent out invitations for a March 25 event in San Francisco with the intriguing tagline, "It's show time." An accompanying graphic shows the "4... 3... 2..." countdown that is traditionally shown before the start of films and TV shows.

Apple is rumoured to be launching a video streaming service to potentially rival Netflix, Amazon Prime, and others. As GameSpot sister site CNET points out, Apple has in recent months inked content deals for new projects from M. Night Shyamalan, Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, and Oprah.

New Ni No Kuni 2 DLC Trailer Introduces Nightmarish Foes And An Arena Mode

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Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for the Tale of a Timeless Tome DLC for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. The DLC is scheduled to release on March 19, and the new trailer details what the expansion will add to the game. The trailer can be watched below.

Tale of a Timeless Tome adds a new character to Ni no Kuni II: a mysterious rabbit who's wearing a suit. According to the trailer, protagonist Evan and his allies encounter this new character in "a curious place where people's memories mix and mingle." The trailer gives off a fantastical Alice in Wonderland vibe, before taking a darker turn and introducing The Nightmares, which are the enemies threatening to destroy this charming world.

To fight this threat, Evan gains access to several new magical abilities that he learns through The Wizard's Companion. The trailer also showcases him relying on Pikman-like creatures in combat, a new method of fighting called spritecraft that Evan learns through Martha's Methods. The Nightmares aren't the only new threat Evan encounters either, as the trailer also showcases an arena called Solosseum Slog where the young king and his allies must battle through waves of challenging enemies.

Avengers Directors Brings On Tom Holland For New Movie About Drugs And Bank Heists

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Avengers directors Joe and Anthony Russo have announced the first details on their first non-MCU film. According to Variety, Spider-Man actor Tom Holland is in discussions to have a starring role in the new Russo brothers movie, Cherry.

The brothers are directing the movie, with Jessica Goldberg (Hulu's The Path) serving as the writer.

The movie is based on the 2018 book "Cherry" by Nico Walker; it tells the story of a former Army medic who comes home addicted to opiates and starts robbing banks to help pay for his habit. The book is based on Walker's real life but it contains many fictional elements. In real life, Walker was captured after executing multiple heists, and is currently serving 11 years in federal prison; he's scheduled to get out in November 2020. Walker wrote the book on a typewriter in prison. Holland is presumably being eyed to play him.

New Fallout 76 Expansion Delayed, But Not For Very Long

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Bethesda has announced the first piece of its three-part 2019 roadmap for Fallout 76 is delayed. Don't worry, though, it's only been delayed by a day.

"We are moving the release of Wild Appalachia back one day on all platforms," Bethesda tweeted. "We just need a little more time to brew. Experience the new quest, crafting station & much more starting now on March 13." Wild Appalachia was first announced on Fallout 76's 100 day anniversary, alongside the game's two other major follow-up expansions for 2019, Nuclear Winter and Wastelanders.

Wild Appalachia includes two new quests and a game mode, as well as several features. The two quests, titled Shear Terror and Ever Upwards, offer new stories for you to pursue, with the former focusing on mythical monsters and the latter having you join the Pioneer Scouts and earning merit badges. The new game mode, called Survival, is a PvP variation of Fallout 76's Adventure mode. Of all the new features, brewing and distilling your own Nukashine recipes is the most notable, but the expansion also includes a means for exchanging unwanted legendary gear for new legendaries and setting up your own store for you to sell items to other players.

Nintendo Switch's Next Splatoon 2 Event Has A Neat Gimmick

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Nintendo Switch's Next Splatoon 2 Event Has A Neat Gimmick

Nintendo is holding a new Splatfest event in Splatoon 2 this weekend. The 24-hour competition kicks off on Friday, March 15 at 9 PM PT (12 AM ET on March 16), and as usual, it asks players to represent one of two opposing teams in Turf War. This time, however, you'll be able to face off in special outfits.

The theme for this month's Splatfest is knights vs. wizards. As always, players will choose one of the two sides from the Splatfest terminal in the game's main plaza and try to rack up as many wins for their team as possible during the event. However, unlike previous events, you'll be able to dress like your team of choice if you have the appropriate gear.

During each Splatfest, once you've chosen a side you'll receive a special in-game t-shirt representing your team. You're able to equip any headgear or footwear you own during the event, but you typically cannot change your t-shirt until the Splatfest has concluded.

Call Of Duty WW2 Boss Says He Pitched Activision A New IP And They Said No

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A former Activision creative higher-up pitched the company on a new IP, but the Call of Duty publisher didn't go for it. Glen Schofield, the Dead Space co-creator who later established Call of Duty: WWII studio Sledgehammer Games, spoke about this in a new interview for what appears to be the first time.

"Did a little prototype for them--they didn't go for it, but they should have," Schofield told Game Informer.

Schofield pitched this new game--which he didn't share any more details on--after he left Sledgehammer to take a position at Activision HQ. Sledgehammer's other founder, Michael Condrey, moved to Activision corporate as well. Schofield teased that Condrey was working on "something" for Activision, while he was spending his own time working on "new game ideas."

34 Random Avengers: Infinity War Thoughts Before Endgame

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34 Random Avengers: Infinity War Thoughts Before Endgame

Did you know it's been nearly a year since Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters, crushing all of our spirits as we watched our favorite superheroes turn to dust? Now, 11 months later, we are ready to see the conclusion of that particular story in Avengers: Endgame, which will hopefully bring them all back to life and allow them to live happily ever after.

Ahead of that movie's release, though, I went back and watched Infinity War through a new lens. Now I know how the movie plays out, so I was able to pay attention to details--all of them. In viewing, a number of things occured to me, some of which I've been wondering since my first time watching a year ago, and some that only popped up in my brain now.

So follow along as I take you on a tour of my brain while watching Avengers: Infinity War a year removed from its release. From the feasibility of Tony Stark's nanotech to the details on space farming, here's everything I wondered about on my latest rewatch, while preparing to see Endgame. For an even deeper dive into the Avengers, make sure to take a look at what we've learned about the team and its unofficial leader Nick Fury, thanks to Captain Marvel.

Remedy's Upcoming Supernatural Thriller, Control, Is Scheduled For This Summer

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Control, an upcoming game by developer Remedy, is scheduled to come out this year, more specifically this summer. The tease was included in an interview for the cover story in the most recent issue of Game Informer magazine, with the rest of the article detailing the abilities that Control's protagonist has at her disposal.

In Control, you play as Jesse Faden, a woman with supernatural abilities. At the game's start, Jesse breaks into the Federal Bureau of Control--a fictional government agency that researches ways to explain and exploit paranormal phenomenon--in order to discover the truth about the origin of her powers. Her infiltration, however, runs into a snag, and she's suddenly thrust into a fight to protect the Bureau as its new director.