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Jack Tretton Departing Sony of America
'Wolfenstein' Art from Dark Horse
Tapjoy Reports User Data
'Time' Intros New Format, New Ads
'Kerbal Space Program' Teams With NASA
'The Last of Us': The Movie
Twitch Enables Mobile Game Broadcasting
PlayStation Plus Getting AAA PS4 Games
Ubisoft's 'Watch Dogs' Chase Licensed Gear
'GTA IV': An Artistic View
Sega and 7-11's 'Phantasy Star' Promotion
Sweden Seeking New Game Ideas
Portal: No Escape Director Helming Y: The Last Man Movie
New Line announced that it has hired Dan Tractenberg to direct the movie version of the Y: The Last Man comic. He replaces Disturbia director D.J. Caruso in the role.
Tractenberg was hired for the work he did on the Portal: No Escape fan film which has north of 11 million views on YouTube. Y: The Last Man focuses on Yorick and his pet monkey Ampersand, the only male survivors of a worldwide plague, with comic author Brian K. Vaughan said to be handling the film conversion.