Welcome to the Pretty Much Weekly! A series where we give you the latest in movies, games and anything in between. This week, Netflix teases new game announcements, Harrison Ford IS Indiana Jones and Death Stranding officially has a release date!
Death Stranding has a release date :O
Over the last couple of days, Hideo Kojima tweeted a few enticing but incredibly cryptic teasers.
— HIDEO_KOJIMA (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) May 28, 2019
These all lead up to yesterday, when Kojima Productions released a new gameplay and story trailer for the much hyped Death Stranding! AND, it comes with a release date!
November 8th, people! Lock it in your diaries!
Those new Indiana Jones films
When Disney released their schedule for all their planned upcoming films, we noticed a few Indiana Jones movies gracing the list. As it turns out, Harrison Ford is slated to return to his role as the titular character.
When asked on The Today Show if he wanted to see someone else take up the character Ford replied, “Nobody is going to be Indiana Jones, don’t you get it? I’m Indiana Jones.”
Whether this means the “Indiana Jones” film is going to focus on Indiana Jones himself, that’s yet to be confirmed.
Man, I love Harrison Ford. pic.twitter.com/JQ6HY3lyk3
— Tanooki Joe™️ (@TanookiKuribo) May 24, 2019
Sonic pushed back
Sonic has officially been pushed back three months after the director announced the blue hedgehog will be redesigned. I personally am very glad to hear about this, but even with the extra time, my thoughts and prayers are with the animators.
— Jeff Fowler (@fowltown) May 24, 2019
Look at that, a Valentine’s Day treat! Any Sonic fans gonna take their bae out to see this one?
Netflix will be at E3 this year
E3 2019 is coming up fast, and I for one am pretty excited! Netflix has teased an appearance at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) May 13, 2019
We’ve already seen Stranger Things get some game adaptations, and I’ve had fun with friends trying to help/kill Bear Grylls in Netflix’s You vs Wild. But judging from the title, the Netflix panel is more than likely going to talk about making actual video games. Which Netflix original would you like to see get made? A Christmas Prince game anyone?