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Two ‘Kingdom Hearts’ games are in the works, including a new mobile game
Two ‘Kingdom Hearts’ games are in the works, including a new mobile game
Kingdom Hearts' 20th anniversary trailer has revealed two new games in the works. Kingdom Hearts IV is now in development, and Square Enix also announced a new Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link mobile game. Developers announced the new games at the Kingdom Hearts anniversary event in Tokyo, Japan. There is also a tr...
Rockstar confirms ‘Grand Theft Auto 6’ is on its way
Rockstar confirms ‘Grand Theft Auto 6’ is on its way
Rockstar has confirmed Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA) video game is in development. Read more: ‘Halo’ trailer shows off upcoming Paramount+ TV series—watch A Rockstar spokesperson discussed the news in a press release. "With the unprecedented longevity of GTAV, we know many of you have been asking us about a new entry in the Grand Theft Auto series. With every new p...
Bring Me The Horizon discuss their musical evolution in AltPress issue #401 cover story
Bring Me The Horizon discuss their musical evolution in AltPress issue #401 cover story
The best laid plans can even go awry for one of the biggest rock bands in the world. The day before Alternative Press connects with Bring Me The Horizon was scheduled to be the band’s first in earnest working with BloodPop (aka Michael Tucker, the man who’s overseen records by Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber) on the follow-up to 2020’s POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR. Within an hour o...
11 Twitch streamers building inclusive communities for all people
11 Twitch streamers building inclusive communities for all people
With it being Pride Month, the popular livestreaming platform Twitch is uplifting LGBTQIA+ creators, fundraising for various charities and educating its users on how to support the community beyond the month of June. To kick off the month, Twitch livestreamed the OUTLOUD: Raising Voices concert, which featured performances from artists such as Hayley Kiyoko, Adam Lambert and more...
Watch this gamer play a My Chemical Romance song in ‘Batman: Arkham’
Watch this gamer play a My Chemical Romance song in ‘Batman: Arkham’
Video gamers often merge their love for gaming and music together while playing virtual reality games. Last week, blink-182's Mark Hoppus played an acoustic rendition of "Dammit" in The Last Of Us II. Now, another gamer is sharing their performance of a classic My Chemical Romance song in Batman: Arkham. A Red... Read More ...
Hear My Chemical Romance in the style of an ‘Animal Crossing’ character
Hear My Chemical Romance in the style of an ‘Animal Crossing’ character
If you've been spending time playing Animal Crossing and wonder what the game's resident musician K.K. Slider would sound like covering My Chemical Romance, you're in luck. Youtube content creator Suukool put together a remix of "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" reimagined as a cover from the musically minded dog. Read More: A main... Read More ...
Movements and I Prevail find out which band is better at ‘Rocket League’
Movements and I Prevail find out which band is better at ‘Rocket League’
Movements and I Prevail are showing off their gaming skills with a battle in Rocket League livestreaming for Fearless Records' massive streaming event Fearless At Home. On top of that, Movements caught up with us to talk about some of the ways they've been keeping up with each other and fans throughout the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdowns and their excitement about joining the Fearless Records event
Matty Healy wants to sing one of the 1975’s songs in Simlish
Matty Healy wants to sing one of the 1975’s songs in Simlish
The 1975 are working towards the release of their upcoming album Notes On A Conditional Form but they might be heading towards making music for a different purpose in the future.  Frontman Matty Healy tweeted about wanting to make music for video games and the official account for The Sims followed him back afterwards leading to the musician showing interest in working with them.
Watch a classic Fall Out Boy track get recreated in ‘Minecraft’
Watch a classic Fall Out Boy track get recreated in ‘Minecraft’
A crafty Fall Out Boy fan has put together something truly spectacular with the music note blocks in Minecraft playing the band's song "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy." Reddit user u/immortalsauce shared a clip of the song playing through the game and we can't even begin to imagine how long it took to put it together. Read More: A bran... Read More ...

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