Quinton “Rampage” Jackson isn’t letting a silly legal battle stop him from getting into fights. He’s calling out people while streaming video games on Twitch, and it’s working.
A month ago we got the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park, and a few weeks later we got Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon featuring dinosaurs of all kinds shining under neon lights. This happy coincidence provides us with an opportunity to gather some of the most amazing video games that have dinosaurs stomping around inside them.
We've all done it. Anyone who's played an open-world game, from Grand Theft Auto III to Fallout 3 to Red Dead Redemption, has gone on a murderous rampage.
In the latest installment of CurtainsAreOnFire's Mortal Kombat Secret Character Tryouts video series, the Angry Birds get angrier, Paperboy delivers carnage, and Dr. Robotnik finally creates an obstacle course capable of murder.
It sounds like the folks behind the film adaptation of arcade classic Rampage are really serious about making it happen. The Hollywood Reporter calls it "a priority for New Line Cinema" and says they're looking to make "an Independence Day-style picture on a smart budget."
Remember Rampage? The old-school arcade hit let players control giant monsters that unleashed havoc all over fictional cities, most memorably by climbing buildings and punching them into rubble.
Inspired by the classic giant monster movies of Hollywood's past, Midway's arcade classic Rampage is now the potentially classic giant monster movie of Hollywood's future. New Line Cinema has begun development on George, Ralph, and Lizzie's big screen debut.
What happens to the gigantic monsters from arcade classic Rampage after they've transformed back into their unclothed human selves? That all depends on what sort of naked human you revert into.
Some folks, including the creator, describe this Kinect mod in Hulk-smash terms. It does tint the screen (and the skin of the players) green. But towering above puny buildings and smashing them into rubble, that sounds more like Rampage, to me. Either way, let's get this one into production, stat.