When I first saw the news, I actually didn't believe it was true, like some early April Fools Joke.
But a quick check to The SANDS of FIRE Blog (link)
This movie production was started back when Battlefield 2 first came out, so it has been a long time in the works.
Part 1 was just released, and it comes in at a huge 2gigs, so it will take a while to download. I'm getting it through the torrent
Kotaku has news on a couple of new games the folks at TG are going to be interested in.
First up is the first trailer for Ghost Recon's next version. No gameplay shown, but it looks like it would make for a pretty good movie:
Link: This Might Be The Best Game Trailer I've Ever Seen
Next up is Breach, which if it releases at the $15 price point mentioned in the article,
I'm not much of a math nerd, but I do find Pi very intriguing. Turns out today is Pi day.
I just found out tonight, or I would have celebrated by watching the movies Pi or Contact. I have both on DVD
(Though to be honest, the movie version of Contact didn't really go into Pi the way the book did, and the book was WAY better anyway.)
Anybody else out there a Pi head?
Originally Posted by Bamboo
Thought you all might want to see this video. The bad news it is all console version, but still has some eye candy.
GDC 2010: Crysis 2 gameplay video shows off CryEngine 3
The game is supposed to be out by the end of the year.
I know there are a bunch of Futurama fans at TG, so I'm sure this will come as good news to many:
New 'Futurama' episodes premiere on Comedy Central in June
"Comedy Central sources confirm to HitFix that Thursday, June 24 at 10:00 p.m. is currently set to be the premiere of the first new half-hour episode of "Futurama"since 2003."