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Daily Podcast: Chris Evans Heading Back to the MCU, Star Wars and Indiana Jones Video Games, Risk TV Show, The Flash, and More

On the January 14, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Chris Evans ’ return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, new Star Wars and Indiana Jones video games, a Risk show, Netflix’s upcoming film slate, The Flash movie, and Aaron Sorkin ’s Being the Ricardos . Opening Banter :    In The News : ...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Aaron Sorkin, America, Indiana, Features, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, Ubisoft, Indiana Jones, Chris Evans, Bethesda, Lucille Ball, Brad, Javier Bardem, Ben Pearson


5 Non-Star Wars LucasArts Game Franchises Needing a Revival

5 non-Star Wars LucasArts game franchises needing a revival This week brought the exciting news that Lucasfilm Games would be taking over on solely handling development and licensing for all of its properties, much like the former LucasArts used to do, and with new Star Wars and Indiana Jones games already announced, we’ve decided to look back at the incredible roster of titles not related to the latter franchises that deserve a proper revival. RELATED: Lucasfilm Games and Ubisoft Announce ...
Tags: Star Wars, Games, Movies, Video Games, Disney, Features, Sony, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Casablanca, Indiana Jones, Ron Gilbert, Caribbean, James Anderson, Telltale Games, Schafer


Ubisoft To Make Star Wars Game, Marking End To EA Exclusivity

Ubisoft said it will develop a new Star Wars game, indicating a longtime exclusivity agreement for Electronic Arts on the Walt Disney franchise will come to an end. From a report: The new Star Wars title is set to be the first not published by EA since Disney acquired Lucasfilm in 2012. The news sent shares of the two game companies diverging Wednesday. Ubisoft climbed more than 7%, and EA fell as much 3.2%. The agreement with EA is scheduled to expire in 2023. In an emailed statement, EA said: ...
Tags: Sweden, Disney, Tech, EA, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, James Cameron, Walt Disney, Tom Clancy, Massive Entertainment, EA Ubisoft


It's official: Disney's long-standing exclusivity deal on 'Star Wars' games just ended

"Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" was the most recent "Star Wars" game from EA. EA/Respawn Entertainment Since 2013, "Madden" and "FIFA" maker Electronic Arts has held exclusive rights to make "Star Wars" games, per a deal with Disney. The agreement officially ended Wednesday with the announcement of a new "Star Wars" game made in partnership with "Assassin's Creed" maker Ubisoft. "EA has been and will continue to be a very strategic and important partner for us now and going forward," Disney...
Tags: Gaming, Star Wars, Microsoft, Video Games, Entertainment, Disney, US, Trends, EA, Fifa, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Bethesda Softworks, Bethesda, Assassin


Lucasfilm Games and Ubisoft Announce Open-World Star Wars Game

Lucasfilm Games and Ubisoft Announce Open-World Star Wars Game The last few days have been memorable for Lucasfilm fans. A few hours after announcing a brand new Indiana Jones-centered video game, Lucasfilm Games Vice-President Douglas Reilly revealed in an extended interview their recent collaboration with Ubisoft to bring a new story-driven, open-world Star Wars game to life (via SuperHeroHype). The game will come from Massive Entertainment, Ubisoft’s studio based in Malmö, Sweden. ...
Tags: Star Wars, Games, Movies, Indiana, EA, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Reilly, Malmo Sweden, Todd Howard, Video Game News, Lucasfilm Games, Douglas Reilly, Alphabet Squadron, Massive Entertainment Ubisoft


Lucasfilm's Big Bet on Star Wars Games Is the Chance to Do Something New

This week, Lucasfilm announced an overhaul of its video game licensing efforts with a rebranding of Lucasfilm Games (a re-re-branding, going back to the studio’s original gaming name back in the 1980s), indicating the impending end of its current exclusivity deal with EA Games to create Star Wars titles. Hopefully,…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Video Games, Disney, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Massive, EA Games, Lucasfilm Games


New ‘Star Wars’ Open-World Video Game Coming from Ubisoft

Earlier this week, Lucasfilm Games was announced as the overall new identity for all gaming titles from Lucasfilm, and they followed it up with the big announcement of a new Indiana Jones video game. But Lucasfilm Games will also help expand the roster of Star Wars titles with the announcement of a new story-driven, open-world game from Massive Entertainment, the Sweden-based game studio that falls under Ubisoft, creators of video game franchises such as Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, Far Cry, G...
Tags: Star-Wars, Movies, Sweden, Video Games, Sci-fi, EA, Sequels, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Reilly, Assassin, Electronic Arts, Star Wars: Battlefront, Julian Gerighty, Massive Entertainment


Ubisoft developing open-world Star Wars game, ending EA exclusivity

Ubisoft is developing a new open-world Star Wars game, ending EA's exclusivity deal with Disney early.
Tags: Gaming, Star Wars, Disney, Trends, EA, Ubisoft, Lucasfilm Games


Lucasfilm Games' New Partnerships Mean the Galaxy's the Limit

The Disney-owned company just announced a new Star Wars title coming from Ubisoft and an Indiana Jones game from Bethesda. And that's...
Tags: Disney, Ubisoft, Indiana Jones, Bethesda


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game — Complete Edition review: Double nostalgia

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game -- Complete Edition is a double dose of retro nostalgia, though its age shows.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Ubisoft, Scott Pilgrim


Stadia Savepoint: December updates

It’s time for another update to our Stadia Savepoint series, recapping the new games, features, and changes for Stadia in December. Last month, the Stadia live hangout was hosted by YouTube creators Austin Creed and Katie Wilson and revealed new games and features for players to explore. That included the launches of Outcasters and Submerged: Hidden Depths from Stadia Games & Entertainment within Stadia Pro, as well as the publisher’s new partnership with Thunderful Games. The showcase of Cro...
Tags: US, Switzerland, Ubisoft, Stadia, Katie Wilson, Night City, Playerunknown, Andrey Doronichev, Creed SyndicateAssassin, Stadia Community Blog Facebook YouTube, Austin Creed, Hotline Miami Figment El Hijo, Kine Monster Jam Steel Titans, Creed UnityChronos, BreachLara Croft, LightMonster Jam Steel


Everything we know about Beyond Good and Evil 2

Beyond Good and Evil 2 has been on the hearts and minds of gamers for over a decade. In 2021, we're getting closer than ever to gameplay and a release date.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Ubisoft, Game Delay, Development Hell, Beyond Good And Evil 2, Beyond Good and Evil 2 roundup


7 Rules for a New Era of Communications

During the pandemic, economic crisis, racial tensions and partisan arguments that have marked 2020, we have started communicating differently. We even have new words and phrases to reflect these times: We “doomscroll,” poring over bad headlines. We protect meetings from “Zoom-bombings” and give “elbow bumps.” We even write emails with more thought. A tossed-off phrase like “Hope you’re having a great summer” can sound tone-deaf to recipients who may be sick or have lost a loved one, or who may b...
Tags: Washington, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Trends, Nike, Pr, Organizations, New York Times, Paris, Army, L'oreal, Ubisoft, Tammy Duckworth, Times, Razer, New Year


This Week in Apps: Apple bans party app, China loses 39K iOS games, TikTok births a ‘Ratatousical’

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with  204 billion total downloads and $120 billion in global consumer spend in 2019. Not including Chinese third-party app stores, iOS and Android users in 2020 130 billion apps and spent a record $112 billion. In 2019, people spent three hours and 40 minutes per day using apps, rivaling TV. Due to COVID-...
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Google Play, Facebook, Apps, New York, Hollywood, Media, Instagram, China, Disney, Samsung, Tech, Ios Apps, Developers


Rumor Claims Ubisoft+ Will Join Xbox Game Pass Next Year

According to a rumor, Ubisoft+ will be joining Xbox Game Pass next year in a similar way to how EA Play has earlier this year.
Tags: Ubisoft


Nintendo Canada Holiday Sale & Deals

Nintendo Canada has some amazing holiday sale and deals going on. Nintendo Switch w/ Neon Blue & Neon Red Joy-Con + 12 Month Individual Membership Nintendo Switch Online + Carrying Case – $399.96. Exclusively at Walmart. Nintendo Account required to redeem included Nintendo Switch Online membership, which will auto-renew after twelve months. Auto-renewal not applicable in Quebec. Terms apply. Ubisoft Holiday Sale. Stuff your stocking with this season’s holiday savings! Shop top Ubisoft titles ...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Harmonix, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Grindstone, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Canadian Discount Coupons Canada, Nintendo Switch Online, Nintendo Canada, Nintendo Canada Holiday Sale amp, Walmart Nintendo Account, Capcom Games, Mega Man Zero ZX Legacy Collection


5 huge news stories that rocked the gaming world in 2020

From Microsoft's landmark Bethesda acquisition to Cyberpunk 2077's rough launch, these were the biggest video game stories of 2020.
Tags: Gaming, Microsoft, Trends, Ubisoft, Bethesda, CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077


Remote physical gaming site Surrogate.tv raises a $2.5M seed round

I was made aware of Surrogate.tv’s work earlier this year when the site released a Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit tournament. Nintendo’s IRL take on its popular racing title was a great showcase for the technology — though, admittedly, there was enough lag in the remote operation to make control something of an issue. Of course, Mario Kart is just one of the experiences the platform offers. It’s a pretty broad range, all told, from pinball to battling robots to claw machines. The diversity of ...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Tech, Nintendo, Finland, Ubisoft, Mario Kart, Shane Allen, Recent Funding, Hafþór Björnsson, Supernode Global, Surrogate.tv


The 10 High Points of 8th Generation Video Game Consoles

The 10 High Points of 8th Generation Video Game Consoles With the recent release of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S bringing about the close of the eighth generation of video game consoles, we’re looking back at the seven-year period of gaming and celebrating the 10 high points of the era, from the rise of battle royale titles to developers and publishers listening to fan complaints. RELATED: POLL RESULTS: What 2020 Video Game Are You Most Thankful For? ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Microsoft, Video Games, China, Features, Sony, Nintendo, Wii U, Miami, Ubisoft, Odyssey, Committee, Lara Croft, Capcom, Rocket League


Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gets festive Yuletide event with seasonal loot

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is getting a big Yuletide event that gives players new gear and activities.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Ubisoft, Yuletide, Creed Valhalla, Assassin's Creed Valhalla


Google Stadia is now available on iOS

A few weeks after announcing that iOS support was on the way, Google’s cloud gaming service now supports the iPhone and iPad. As expected, the company is using a web app to access the service. Google also says that you need to update to iOS 14.3, the latest iOS update that was released earlier this week. If you want to try it out with a free or paid Stadia account, you can head over to stadia.google.com from your iOS device. Log in to your Google account, add a shortcut to your home screen an...
Tags: Apple, Google, Gaming, Tech, Ubisoft, Cloud Gaming, Stadia, Google Stadia, Creed Valhalla


Ubisoft's Game Subscription Service Is Now Available On Stadia

Ubisoft+, the $15-a-month service that gives subscribers access to premium versions of games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals:...
Tags: Ubisoft


Get Free Games and Add-ons from Ubisoft and Epic All Week

My favorite part of the holidays is knowing that some game developers and distribution services will stop at nothing to win my attention. I’m fine with the resultant marketing deluge, because it usually means I can spend 15 minutes or so each day—for about a week—collecting a hoard of free games, add-ons, and other…Read more...
Tags: Deals, Video Games, Free, Pc, Epic, Ubisoft, Lifehacks, Epic All Week


Ubisoft’s game subscription service is available through Google Stadia

Ubisoft+ doesn’t require Stadia Pro membership.
Tags: Ubisoft, Google Stadia


Cloud-gaming platforms were 2020’s most overhyped trend

It was an unprecedented year for [insert anything under the sun], and while plenty of tech verticals saw shifts that warped business models and shifted user habits, the gaming industry experienced plenty of new ideas in 2020. However, the loudest trends don’t always take hold as predicted. This year, Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon each leaned hard into new cloud-streaming tech that shifts game processing and computing to cloud-based servers, allowing users to play graphics-intensive cont...
Tags: Health, Amazon, TC, Gaming, Cloud, Tech, Ubisoft, Subscription Services, Epic Games, Google Microsoft, Cloud Gaming, Stadia, Google Microsoft Facebook


Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is the latest Ubisoft game to get delayed

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is delayed to March, making it the latest Ubisoft game to get a date shift.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Ubisoft, Persia, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake, Time Remake


Cyberpunk 2077: A retro-futuristic fantasy with huge potential – if you can ignore the Cyberjank

Practically speaking, it’s nearly impossible to offer a real review of Cyberpunk 2077, the long-awaited follow-up to The Witcher 3 from developer CD Projekt Red. In the first place, it’s so big that the few days I’ve had with it aren’t enough to realistically evaluate the game; second, it’s so buggy and janky now that it feels wrong to review it before it becomes the game I know it will be; and finally, everyone’s going to buy it anyway. The Witcher 3 is among the most universally lauded games o...
Tags: Reviews, TC, Gaming, Opinion, Xbox One, Tech, Cyberpunk, Xbox, Ps4, Ubisoft, Jackie, Pc Gaming, Skyrim, Kotaku, Swiss Army, Johnny Mnemonic


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game — Complete Edition coming in early 2021

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game -- Complete Edition will launch January 14, delayed from its initial holiday 2020 window.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Ubisoft, Scott Pilgrim


10 essentials tips for starting out in Immortals Fenyx Rising

Want to become a demigod? Our Immortals Fenyx Rising beginner's guide has 10 essential tips and tricks to get you started on the right path in this open world.
Tags: Gaming, Video Games, Trends, Ubisoft, Beginner's Guide, Immortals Fenyx Rising


Gift Guide: Games on every platform to get you through the long, COVID winter

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide! Need help with gift ideas? We’re here to help! We’ll be rolling out gift guides from now through the end of December. You can find our other guides right here. It’s a great time to be a gamer — I mean, what else is there to do? And with the prospect of a long winter and lonely holiday season ahead of us, here’s a list of games on all the major platforms that you can really sink your teeth — and a few dozen hours — into. Buying for a gamer and have...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Gadgets, Gaming, Gift Guide, England, New York, Microsoft, Halo, Xbox One, Tech, Sony, Xbox, Nintendo, Mario, Tokyo