It's the middle of summer movie season. These days, that means tons of movies, designed to bring in the broadest audience to justify their $100 million-plus budget. And sometimes, you can tell these films, deep down, want to be "B" movies. Here are 10 huge-budget movies that would have been more fun with less money.
With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
The Playstation Portable got a fun, new little brother this year in the form of the slide-n-go, download-only PSPgo.
They'll fight for freedom, wherever there's trouble, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is there, riding the wave of live-action movie hype to a console near you.
Expect more ninja than normal in PlayStation Home starting this week, as G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is set to promotionally invade Sony's social service, bringing Storm Shadow and Snake Eyes outfits with it.
Can the extras packed into the video game tie-in for the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra movie possibly make up for the lackluster game play we've seen so far?
He'll fight for freedom wherever there's trouble, and the E3 show floor is no exception. We went hand-to-hand with EA's G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra for the Xbox 360.
Few publishers are brave enough to send us DS screenshots as large as the ones we received for EA's G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
An AP story about game adaptations of movies mentions that the developers of the Terminator Salvation game worked "under the same roof" as the film crew, in hopes of making something that doesn't, well, suck.