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The new film's title, 'Spectre,' fueled speculation that Ernst Stavro Blofeld will return to the screen, but why was Christoph Waltz announced as playing "Oberhauser"? REX USA The cast of 'Spectre' This story first appeared in the Dec. 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. At a Dec. 4 live reveal at Pinewood Studios outside London, director Sam Mendes introduced the cast of the 24th 007 film. Daniel Craig was there, along with new castmembers Monica Bellucci, Lea Seydoux, Dave Bautista and Andrew Scott. But it was Christoph Waltz who got people talking. For months, the Oscar winner was rumored to be taking on the role first played by Donald Pleasence in 1967's You Only Live Twice. The announcement of the new film's title â€” Spectre â€” further fueled the speculation (SPECTRE was Blofeld's criminal organization).You can't keep a supervillain down. After a 40-year hiatus, Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the evil genius who battled James Bond through the 1960s and '70s, finally will return to the screen â€” maybe.
"Hopefully Valve and Gabe will accept our apology," dev says as it launches petition to get Paranautical Activity back on Steam. Code Avarice, the indie studio whose co-owner Mike Maulbeck recently threatened to kill Valve boss Gabe Newell, has now formally apologized for the now-former employee's actions. "I want to issue a formal apology from Code Avarice to all of you, and the teams at Valve," Travis Pfenningwrote on the studio's website. "Especially to Gabe Newell." Valve removed Code Avarice's game, Paranautical Activity, from Steam last week following Maulbeck's statement that "I am going to kill Gabe Newell. He is going to die." Maulbeck was upset that Paranuatical Activity was mistakeny caption as an Early Access game, despite being a finished product. Pfenning says he does not condone what Maulbeck said, and that his comments should not be seen as representative of Code Avarice. He hopes that the studio can move on and put this issue behind them. "I extend my hand to all of you in hopes that you can understand, that to err is human," Pfenning said. "We have all done it, at one time or another. This is not to say that what Mike said is acceptable. It most certainly is not." Pfenning went on to say that he is not going to close Code Avarice and launch a new studio under a different name to escape the controversy. This would be easy, he said, but it wouldn't be right. "Since this has happened, I have been forced to realize how fragile my love for this business has become. With success comes hate in my experience, and I have never succumbed to such behavior," he said. "This was a real threat to my livelihood and ability to take care of my family. It makes me realize that because of what he said, many of you might hold this against me as I was his partner and now am the sole owner of Code Avarice. I should probably dissolve this company and re invent myself in some other guise. I am not going to do that. I am a strong individual and admit my shortcomings. This will not be treated any differently than anything I have ever been a part of." Pfenning added that he hopes fans continue to support Code Avarice, despite the actions of one employee who has since left the company. Going forward, Pfenning added that he will create a special Code Avarice Twitter account that will only tweet about game-related items. "In closing, I want to thank those who do support us," Pfenning said. "I want to thank Valve for the original opportunity to be a legitimate force in gaming. I also can not stress to Gabe how sorry I am for this situation. This is not how I do business. Hopefully Valve and Gabe will accept our apology. This is not a ruse to get back on the platform. This is a serious apology for poor behavior." Code Avarice is hoping that Paranautical Activity will return to Steam some day, and has even launched an online petition with the aim of making that happen. "We know that we've had our problems. We want to put those problems behind us and focus on what matters--providing amazing gaming experiences to you. We're not here to pretend this never happened, we're here right now, asking for your help, to prove that at the end of the day, we've learned from our mistakes and we're better now than ever before." The petition currently has 304 signatures. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Creative director clears up the confusion about upcoming open-world game. Far Cry 4's multiplayer mode is not locked behind a paywall, creative director Alex Hutchinson has confirmed, following some level of confusion earlier this week. "Just so it's clear: Multiplayer is for everyone who buys FC4, no need to buy anything else," Hutchinson said on Twitter. "There is an extra mode in DLC." The extra mode Hutchinson is talking about is "Overrun," which is included with the $30 Far Cry 4 DLC pass. When Ubisoft announced the pass this week, it was unclear if the game was going to ship with a multiplayer mode available for people who did not own the pass. For more on the Far Cry 4 DLC pass, check out our full write-up. Far Cry 4 launches November 18 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. Ubisoft said recently that it's targeting 1080p visuals for the Xbox One and PS4 versions. For more on Far Cry 4, check out GameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Video showcases key characters in Ridley Scott's upcoming digital TV series. Microsoft has published a behind-the-scenes video for Alien director Ridley Scott's upcoming Halo: Nightfall digital series. The video introduces you to some of Nightfall's characters--including protagonist Agent Locke--and also highlights the overall narrative. Nightfall stars Mike Colter (Million Dollar Baby) as Agent Locke, while Christina Chong (Star Wars: Episode VII) will also play a role in the film. Scott is the executive producer of Nightfall, which is directed byBattlestar Galactica's Sergio Mimica-Gezzan. Everyone who buys November's Xbox One game Halo: The Master Chief Collection will get access to Nightfall, though Microsoft has not yet announced plans to offer the series to everyone else. Locke, described as a "legendary manhunter," is the focus of Nightfall. The series will provide his backstory, which fans may want to pay attention to, considering Locke is also going to be a major character in 2015'sHalo 5: Guardians. "A strange and treacherous world exposes elite UNSC operatives to a much deeper danger," Microsoft writes about Nightfall. Though Locke is a primary character in Halo 5, series protagonist Master Chief is also at the heart of the story, Microsoft confirmed recently after it was suggested that the company was looking to retire Chief and replace him with Locke for future games. In addition to Nightfall, Microsoft has tapped prolific film director Steven Spielberg to make a Halo TV series. This was announced back in May 2013, but we still don't know much about it. Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which includes remastered versions of Halo 1-4, launches on November 11 for Xbox One. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
America Confirmed Chinese Government behind Cyber Attacks A US Senate panel has recently confirmed that the cyber attackers associated with the Chinese government have repeatedly infiltrated the computer systems of American airlines, tech companies and other contractors that were engaged in the movement of American troops and military equipment. According to the results of the Senate Armed Services Committeeâ€™s year-long probe, the militaryâ€™s US Transportation Command, also known as Transcom, only know about 2 out of 20 such hacks within a single year. The investigation discovered gaps in reporting requirements and a lack of information sharing among American government bodies that left the US military oblivious to the cyber intrusions of its contractors. The committeeâ€™s chairman blamed the Chinese hackers rather that the big defense industryâ€™s cock-ups. He claimed that the peacetime intrusions into the networks of key defense contractors give evidence of Chinaâ€™s aggressive actions on the Internet. However, the cybersecurity expert Dmitri Alperovitch, who is a chief technology officer with the security firm Crowdstrike, pointed out that China had for years shown interest in the logistical patterns of the military of the United States. The Chinese military normally uses secret or top-secret networks disconnected from the Internet, while the American private companies hired by the United States do not. According to the report, from June 2012 to June 2013, there were about 50 hacks or other cyber events into the computer networks of Transportation Command contractors. The investigation found out that at least 20 of those intrusions were successful hacks attributed to an â€œadvanced persistent threatâ€ â€“ this is a term used to describe sophisticated threats normally associated with cyber attacks against governments. Moreover, the probe attributed all of those intrusions to China. As a result, the committeeâ€™s top Republican called for a â€œcentral clearinghouseâ€, which can facilitate reporting suspicious cyber activity for the contractors.