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Liam Neeson Hasn’t Been Approached to Reprise His Role as Qui-Gon Jinn in Live-Action

Liam Neeson has confirmed that he hasn’t been asked to reprise his Qui-Gon Jinn role for any live-action Star Wars projects in the two decades since his first appearance as the character.

In an interview with Collider, Neeson, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Jedi Master in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, indicated that he had only ever been approached for vocal cameos as Qui-Gon. He has lent his voice to the likes of Dave Filoni’s The Clone Wars and 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker, which featured several Jedi voices in Rey’s climactic showdown with Emperor Palpatine.

“I’ve done

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Miles Morales Actor Heard About His Spin-Off at the Launch of Spider-Man PS4

Miles Morales actor Nadji Jeter found out that he was starring in an official spin-off at the launch party for 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man.

In an interview with Game Informer, the actor talked about bringing Miles Morales to life in the upcoming PS5 game, adding that he first heard about taking on a starring role at the launch of Insomniac’s first Spider-Man game.

“Bryan [Intihar], who was our creative director for [Marvel’s Spider-Man], took me aside and he was like, ‘Hey man, how’d you feel about you know, having your own game, and making Miles his own thing?.’

Jeter was

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Smash Bros. Ultimate Patches Out Minecraft Steve’s Unintentionally NSFW Victory Pose

Nintendo has pushed a patch to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that removes the unintentionally NSFW victory pose used by Minecraft Steve.

The Mojang mascot arrived in-game on October 13, and shortly after fans made the internet aware of his provocative victory animation. If Steve triumphs over his Nintendo colleagues, he will start eating a piece of steak in the endgame screen and then hold the steak slab at waist height, creating an image rife with potential innuendo for those of us with a dirty mind.

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Bethesda Sued for $100 Million After Alleged ‘Intentional Sabotage’ of Rune 2 to Protect The Elder Scrolls

Publisher Ragnarok Game has amended a lawsuit against Human Head Studios, suing Bethesda for $100 million over its alleged part in an “intentional sabotage” of Ragnarok’s Rune 2 in an attempt to protect The Elder Scrolls franchise.

As reported by PC Gamer, the lawsuit was originally filed in December of 2019 and focused on Human Head Studios, the original developers of Rune 2. Ragnarok claims that the developers intentionally abandoned the game upon launch and refused to turn over the source code, so the publisher is seeking damages and restitution. The reason Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Media are now

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Tactical RPG Shores Unknown Hits Early Access In February, Ahead Of Its Full Launch On Switch

Developer Vallynne has revealed that its upcoming tactical RPG Shores Unknown will be available in Early Access on PC in February 2021, where it’ll hoover up player feedback ahead of its full release on Switch.

A Switch release date hasn’t yet been confirmed – that’ll come a little later down the line – but it’s nice to see that the game will be treated to a nice layer of polish before it arrives on Nintendo’s platform.

Lead Developer Ilya Rudnev has said, “We’ve put a lot of time and effort – and all our hearts – into making Shores Unknown,

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Fortnite’s Latest Patch Makes it Over 60GB Smaller on PC

Fortnite’s latest patch on PC has reduced the game’s file size by over 60GB.

The news was revealed by the Fortnite Status account on Twitter. To accommodate the optimizations, the v14.40 is larger than normal on PC, totalling 27GB. The patch is live as of writing and brings with it the Fortnitemares 2020 event, Midas’ Revenge.

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