It's been reported that the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming will see Spidey team up with another Marvel hero, and director Jon Watts likes the idea of a tag-team with vampire hunter Blade against Morbius the Living Vampire,
Newt Scamander, Gellert Grindelwald and the rest of the magical gang will be back in the follow-up to Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, and now we know what some of that story will be.
Crash Bandicoot’s N.Sane Trilogy looks to not only be a big moneymaker for parent company Activision but also a sign that appeal in the manic marsupial might not be so niche after all. That doesn’t mean that a brand new Crash game is definitely on the horizon, but Activision is paying attention to all of the focus falling on the Wumpa-fruit fella.
For a launch title, Knack was…well it wasn’t bad. It had plenty of charm and it looked stunning at the time, but the game suffered from a few atrocious flaws that prevented it from being an instant classic. A sequel would be welcome, provided that a few fundamental improvements were made over at PlayStation’s Japan Studio. Ideas and improvements that the team behind Knack 2 wanted in the first game but couldn’t manage the first time around.
Wonder Woman is still busy drawing praise and making money in cinemas, but plans are already being made for its sequel. A sequel that will see director Patty Jenkins return to take the Amazon princess to the land of opportunity.
Who was Morpheus before The Matrix? That’s the question that Warner Bros. wants to answer, as their newest stab at the trilogy that taught me to never trust a PC (including this one guys I think it’s watching me please send help) won’t be a reboot or a remake after all.
Gladiator doesn't feel like the type of movie that needs a sequel. And yet, director Ridley Scott is thinking about one, and even wants original star Russell Crowe back despite the whole character death thing.
Warframe's next update has officially been certified and will be going live next week, bringing with it a wealth of new content, bug fixes and the ability to now invite other Tenno over to your dropship! Space ninja dance party at our place, everybody!
We’re big, big fans of the Nintendo Switch here at Critical Hit. Home to many of last year’s best games, Nintendo’s hybrid machine lets players play on the go, or dock the system at home and play on their TVs. It’s wonderful, and allows lapsed gamers who struggle to fit games into their lives return to their once-favoured hobby. Now, we're giving
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