Inceptor is an upcoming board game that is, in everything except name (because that involves licensing), based on Chris Nolan's movie Inception.
We've seen an Xbox One playing through another Xbox One. And an Xbox 360 through an Xbox One through an Xbox One. Also a Wii U through an Xbox One and, sure, a PS4 through an Xbox One. But what if you plug one Xbox One into itself? Because it's certainly possible. And the results are kind of beautiful.
The Yakuza series of games have always been serious, testosterone-filled stories about hard men kicking each other's asses, broken up sporadically by mini-games, activities, and general fooling around. The latest game, Yakuza 5, is no different. As previously reported, Namco Bandai's Taiko no Tatsujin appears as a…
Director Christopher Nolan builds a lot of rules into his movies. From The Prestige to Memento to The Dark Knight, each film is an intricately created network of systems and balances, shapes and lines set in motion against one another. It can be exhilarating, but it can be exhausting. It's certainly distinctive.
We'll never see LEGO and Traveller's Tales team up to do an official game based on Inception. Which is a pity. Still, this fan-made clip has all the humour (and quality) you'd expect if they ever came to their senses and did.
And it's hilarious. Die-hard Madden fans may be able to pick out tweaks and additions in the tiny sections of footage shown, but everyone else should just head here and make the trailer even more BWWAAHHHH-ey.
Just a few months ago, the director of The Dark Knight and Memento, Christopher Nolan, said he was "looking at" developing a video game based in the world of blockbuster hit Inception. Now he sounds more serious about it.
The director of The Dark Knight and Memento wants to turn his latest film, the $750 million grossing Inception, into a video game. Just don't expect it any time soon.
Double Fine Productions' Psychonauts, the classic psychic adventure, when cut to ape Christopher Nolan's Inception scene-by-scene works shockingly well. Either consider this fan-made mash-up a dose of clever nostalgia or a reminder that, yes, you really should play some Psychonauts.
Fresh off Inception, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is doing the variety show circuit to promote the film and talking about something extremely important. That's right, he's talking Street Fighter II.
If the movie Inception is like a video game, how do its rules and the way it teaches the audience its rules compare to video games? Writer Kirk Hamilton sorts it out in an essay we're delighted to republish here. There will be spoilers.
From the second Inception ended, I've been bumping into people who are trying to sort out it's ending. I'm not one of them, thanks, I think, to video games. (Note: I won't spoil Inception's ending here, but commenters probably will.)
Inception is a big movie about flexible dreams and stubborn minds, but it is also a sorting hat. Try it on and you will know if you're a gamer, or if you're not.