This week on Player Attack, we watch an Android-powered console make crowdfunding history. The writer behind Tomb Raider surprises everybody, a couple of famous musicians jump on the video game bandwagon, while Michael Fassbender takes Assassin's Creed to the big screen and Halo 4 gets a live-action webseries. Pitfall, Spy vs. Spy and Tap Tap Revenge all plan a return to the mobile market, we see the first game to use Unreal Engine 4, Rockstar closes a Canadian studio, The Walking Dead gets another new video game, and Epic Mickey 2 gets a stunning new cinematic.
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