The hit mobile game is being developed as a live-action/cg hybrid feature.
Square Enix debuted a teaser trailer today for Life is Strange 2, an intriguing coming-of-age tale about two young brothers on the run from authorities.
“Blade Runner 2049” and “War for the Planet of the Apes” topped the live-action feature film categories.
The success of Cuphead is the harbinger of a new era for independent animation creators.
Cuphead delivers on its promise of letting anyone play a classic hand-drawn 1930s cartoon.
The Snappers facial rig is not a secret in the game world, and is even used on Guillermo del Toro’s latest film, “The Shape of Water.”
Creator of the one-of-a-kind game GNOG, the Montreal-based KO_OP has a blueprint for the future of making games: together, we’re stronger.
Glen Keane and Riot Games collaborated on a new animated short, ‘Lux: Binding Light.’
Bandai Namco teased their upcoming anime vampire RPG Code Vein with a mysterious hand-drawn teaser. We speak to director Lizzi Akana about how the idea happened.
David OReilly conquered the world of indie cg animation in less than a decade. Now he aims to repeat that success in games with his stunning new work Everything, out today on Steam.
Cuphead might become much more than just a game thanks to King Features.
Despite losing five of its six nominations, “Kubo” still managed to do something no other non-Disney film has done in the last five years.
The Walt Disney Company has won every VES animation honor for the last four years. Can “Kubo and the Two Strings” break the streak?
Six game and cg animators share their tricks of the trade in a 35-minute panel.
Discover the art of Pascal Blanché, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
Detective Pikachu, go!
Voice actors are refusing to record any voices until game makers and entertainment companies agree to update a decades-old contract.
As much a surrealist art piece as a game promo, the trailer for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III is a unique accomplishment. Cartoon Brew takes a look at how it was made.
Cinematic trailer for Agents of Mayhem, a new game from Saints Row developer Volition Studios.
Will audiences turn out to see an animated feature based on a popular video game series?