In recent years we've seen a surge of movies based (often loosely) on popular video games. The idea of seeing your favorite video game characters on the big screen is exciting, but history has shown us that Hollywood has a knack for mishandling them and botching what made their games special in the first place. Of all the game-to-film stinkers over the years, which is the worst of all time?

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Back in 2016 Ubisoft announced plans to turn The Division into a film starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal. We've heard relatively little in over a year and a half since then, but we finally have an update. Following writer/director Stephen Gaghan's departure from the project, Deadpool 2's David Leitch has been tapped to direct the upcoming film.

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Have you ever looked at the SEGA Saturn and thought, "I sure wish I could weigh myself on this"? Well, your dreams are about to come true. Japanese scale maker Tanita just came out with a Saturn-themed product, which can track all sorts of things related to your health.

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We already know that Crash Bandicoot will soon be on Switch, but now your Switch can be on Crash Bandicoot! Yeah, that's a bit confusing, so we'll clarify. Exquisite Gaming, seller of officially licensed video game merchandise, is now selling a 12 inch tall Crash Bandicoot statue that can hold your Nintendo Switch, a tablet, or PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers. You know, just in case you need that sort of thing.

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Sony Santa Monica's hotly-anticipated new God of War game is out now, and the reception has been stunning so far. According to early reviews, Kartos' adventure through Norse Mythology is the best game in the franchise. A key part of that positive reception has been based around the relationship between Kratos and his son, which is why it's pretty shocking to find out that Atreus was nearly cut out of the game altogether!

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The big day is finally here for Nintendo's new project. Nintendo Labo allows you to create custom cardboard peripherals that interact with Switch features like HD rumble, infrared sensing, and the touch screen. With Labo, you can go fishing, race a car, fight a giant robot, play the piano, and more. Nintendo Labo is finally available today, and Nintendo has recruited Bill Nye to show off its merits in a new video.

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Something new is coming to the world of Pokémon. Game Freak is currently hard at work on a new Pokémon game (or perhaps a new generation of games), and one of its new features may have leaked. Thanks to the watchful eye of the folks at Serebii, we know that Game Freak, Nintendo, and Creatures Inc. have all filed a trademark for "Ultra Shiny" in Japan.

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We're just days away from the theatrical release of Avengers: Infinity War. The Avengers are up against their toughest foe yet, with Thanos aiming to destroy half the universe. We'll all be cheering for the heroes in theaters, but if some small part of you wants to explore the evil side of that conflict, you'll soon have the chance! The mighty villain will soon be joining LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 as a playable character.

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Super Smash Bros. Melee was one of the most popular titles on GameCube, and nearly 17 years later it still has a dedicated following of passionate fans. While the Smash series is generally associated with 1v1 showdowns or big party battles, the games also have a variety of extra modes, including a timed Break the Targets mission. All these years later, fans are still fighting for new world records on these modes, and one player recently succeeded.

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A legend returns tomorrow. For the first time in five years, a brand new God of War adventure is almost here, and Sony Santa Monica is bringing major shake-ups to their hit series. This time around, Kratos will be battling his way through Norse Mythology instead of the usual bouts with Greek gods. Early reviews call it the best game in franchise history, but if you're still not sold, Polygon has released over two hours of footage.

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While investigating ten games with loot boxes, The Dutch Gambling Authority has stated that they found four games that violate their Betting and Gaming Act. They also warned game publishers to modify their loot boxes to remove "addiction-sensitive" elements by mid-June and went on to say that "Offering this type of game of chance to Dutch players without a license is prohibited."

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Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have a smash hit on their hands with Dragon Ball FighterZ, and it's still getting better. Following the roll-out of Bardock and Broly as the game's first DLC characters, another newcomer has been teased for the fight. This time, it's a major villain from the recently-finished (at least for a little while) Dragon Ball Super series.

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Capcom has announced that a special commemorative concert will be held in Japan on July 8th to celebrate Mega Man's 30th anniversary. The concert will feature songs from Mega Man, Mega Man X, Mega Man Battle Network, and other games in the franchise; the tracks will be arranged by Noriyuki Iwadare and performed by the Mega Man 30th Anniversary Special Band. There will also be a special talk show after the concert that could feature some new Mega Man announcements, and attendees will get the chance to purchase exclusive items at the event.

We're just under two months away from E3 2018, and the E3 press conference schedule is starting to come together. While we still don't have any plans from Sony or Nintendo (other than their Smash Bros. tournament), we now know when Ubisoft's conference will be held. Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference will be held on June 11th at 1:00 PM PST (4:00 PM EST); fans will likely learn more about previously-announced titles like Beyond Good & Evil 2, Skull and Bones, and The Crew 2, as well as new announcements and more.

Last week, SEGA announced that the Dreamcast classic Shenmue and its sequel, Shenmue II, would be getting "definitive edition" rereleases on PS4, Xbox One, and PC later this year. While they laid out a bunch of new and improved features for the games, SEGA did not reveal crucial detail about the ports until now: the price. According to a video from YouTuber Adam Koralik, who played the games recently in Japan, the rerelease bundle will cost players $30, with global versions of the game featuring similar pricing in local currencies.