The lead single for M83’s upcoming album Junk. If you think Anthony Gonzalez reached his final form with Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, keep an open mind. You’re not going to get your fix of anthemic post-rock here, or at least not in this song.
A 1 to 2 player adventure game set in a dying tourist town in late ’80s England. When the town’s prized relic is revealed to be a fraud, two young girls try find out the truth behind the local legends. Coming for PC, Mac, Linux and PS4.
Two years after a famous war photographer dies in a car accident, a retrospective of her work forces her husband and sons to confront their loss once more, especially the fact that her death was not as simple as it seems.
The master hoonigan returns to tear up some pavement and leave behind a thick layer of rubber and dust in his latest Gymkhana stunt video, taking on wild animals, exotic sports cars, and even a jumbo jet in and around Dubai in his tricked out Ford Fiesta RX43.
A strategy game about mankind’s most terrifying skills: decimating natural resources and automating production. Start with mining machines, then move on to electrical power and beyond. Build weapons, subdue the locals and more. It also has a map editor and mulitplayer.
A group of marines are lured into a battle by an army of sentient killer robots in this sci-fi popcorn flick that looks to mash up elements of Predator, The Terminator, and The Matrix. On UK screens 5/2016. No word on a US release, though. (Thanks BadRobot!)
The critically-acclaimed animated movie April and the Extraordinary World takes place in a steampunk version of 1940s France. It’s about a woman searching for her parents, who were two of the scientists abducted by villains bent on hindering technological progress.
“I have sworn that I will do very, very foolish things.” Set in 1814, Taboo is about an adventurer who goes after the East India Company to reclaim his dad’s shipping empire. Tom Hardy stars in this eight-episode FX & BBC miniseries. We hope it gets a better trailer.
The innovative first-person shooter is now available on Steam. In Superhot a single hit will kill you, but time advances only when you move. Combine that with stages inspired by action movies and lots of post-story challenge modes and you have a winner.
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