Gamesland News: Movies, Rentals, Superheroes and More

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Another week, another week of gaming news. Gamesland News features the latest news in one, easy-to-read format.

News

– Award-Winning game The Last of Us is soon going to be a motion picture, after it’s stage adaption this week. The film will be produced by Sam Raimi and is being written by the game’s director, Neil Druckmann.

– An almost-2 minutes worth of a Deadpool movie was leaked this week, although nothing else was really stated about the film – all that was leaked was the video.

– Images from the new Hitman film were revealed, and surprisingly, it looks faithful to the source material! The actual trailer was shown at comic-con, and has not been released openly to the public yet.

– The Humble Bundle currently has a bundle of Square Enix games, most of which seem pretty decent. In addition to this, some of their games are up to 75% off in the humble store, so check it out if you’re interested.

– EA announced a streaming service called EA Access which publishes 4 games each month, available for users to download, for a fee. The program is currently only on Xbox One, and features Battlefield 4Fifa 14Madden 25, and Peggle 2. The monthly fee is US$4.99 and the yearly fee is US$29.99.

– Guardians of the Galaxy skins are now available for Minecraft on the XBox 360.

– Playstation Now, Sony’s new streaming service for games, is currently in a live beta in the United States. Apparently the four-hour pricing will decrease within the next few weeks.

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That’s all the news for this week, but come back next Friday (08/08/14)

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