First person puzzle adventures, at its best, will challenge gamers to the nth degree, and what makes Q.U.B.E. 2 an interesting adventure lies in the mystery behind archeologist Amelia Cross’ journey. Awakening to an alien world with no memory how she landed in the area, Cross, must navigate herself in a new environment and find her way home. As she overcomes the challenges that cross her path, Cross gets closer to discovering the truth, and with 80 puzzles to spare, our heroine has a ton of work to do.
“With Q.U.B.E. 2 we have pushed the boundaries of what a small independent team can create in a first person puzzle game,” said Toxic Games Managing Director Dan Da Rocha. “In addition to creating incredible new puzzles, we also focused on narrative from this game’s inception. Amelia’s emotional journey throughout the adventure has given the puzzles a greater thematic depth and spurred us on to design some truly unique challenges. We think this has truly elevated the gameplay experience of Q.U.B.E. 2 to another level.”
Check out the launch trailer and tell us what you think!
Q.U.B.E. 2 comes out March 13 on PC and the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.
Logan Lerman (Fury, The Perks of Being a Wallflower) stars in The Vanishing of Sidney Hall, a drama and mystery that centers on three stages of a person’s life.
As a teenager, Sidney Hall (Lerman) is an idealistic youth who has designs of becoming a writer. His overwhelming success as a novelist doesn’t leads to a lifetime of happiness, but instead he becomes a drifter who actually burns as many of his books as possible. Kyle Chandler (Game Night) co-stars as the the detective who searches for Sidney Hall, with Michelle Monaghan co-starring as Hall’s mother.
Lerman had the challenging feat of not just playing three different stages of Sidney’s life, but he’s also an executive producer of the project. Click on the media bar below to hear Lerman talk about the most challenging aspect of acting in The Vanishing of Sidney Hall.
The Vanishing of Sidney Hall opens in theaters March 2.
It’s not unusual for Law & Order: SVU to feature stories that are inspired by today’s headlines. But this week’s episode — which centers around the trial of a doctor arrested for sexually abusing his patients — breaks from the usual SVU formula. The show’s Kelli Giddish gives us a preview of what we can expect from the emotional episode.(Click on the media bar below to hear Kelli Giddish)
Law & Order: SVU airs Wednesday night at 9/8c on NBC.
When the new Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff, Station 19, premieres next month, it will feature something unusual: a Latina in the lead role. Jaina Lee Ortiz gives a lot of credit to the show’s producer, Shonda Rhimes, for putting the spotlight on strong women in her shows. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jaina Lee Ortiz)
Station 19 joins the ABC Thursday night lineup on March 22.
On the surface, it’s easy to classify Red Sparrow as a spy thriller, but Jennifer Lawrence says you wouldn’t be doing it justice. Lawrence told us the movie is packed with all kinds of head-spinning twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the film. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jennifer Lawrence)