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Here’s When You Can Read Our Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Review

Update: Our Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review is live.Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order officially launches this Friday, November 15, and you’ll be able to read/watch our review at 9pm Pacific time on Thursday, November 14. In other words, tomorrow night US time!According to EA’s Origin storefront, that’s actually the exact time Fallen Order will…

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Update: Our Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review is live.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

officially launches this Friday, November 15, and you’ll be able to read/watch our review at 9pm Pacific time on Thursday, November 14. In other words, tomorrow night US time!According to EA’s Origin storefront, that’s actually the exact time Fallen Order will also be unlocking digitally. Unfortunately, we can’t say anything else about the game just yet, but you can bet we’ll have plenty of coverage for you to peruse alongside our review. So come back Thursday evening to see what we think of Respawn’s take on a single-player Star Wars campaign.

Until then, flip through the gallery below to see every review of a Star Wars game IGN has ever done:

Every IGN Star Wars Game Review

And if you just can’t wait, watch Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s launch trailer here:

Tom Marks is IGN’s Deputy Reviews Editor and resident pie maker. You can follow him on Twitter.

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Fantastic Four Reboot Director Josh Trank Reviews His Own Movie

Despite releasing in 2015, the Fantastic Four reboot has gotten one final review — and it’s from its director Josh Trank. In a humorous review on Letterbox, Trank takes some shots at… well… himself, saying “I was expecting it to be much worse than it was.”In the self-depreciating review, Trank gives his Fantastic Four reboot…

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Fantastic Four Reboot Director Josh Trank Reviews His Own Movie
Despite releasing in 2015, the Fantastic Four reboot has gotten one final review — and it’s from its director Josh Trank. In a humorous review on Letterbox, Trank takes some shots at… well… himself, saying “I was expecting it to be much worse than it was.”In the self-depreciating review, Trank gives his Fantastic Four reboot a whopping two stars, which is actually lower than IGN’s review. In his scatterbrain review, Trank is rather critical of his film, stating he was in a “heavily f**king traumatized state of mind” just two weeks before the movie was set to release.

Fox Movie and TV Show Properties Headed to Disney

While not directly saying it, Trank alludes to the idea that the reboot’s less than positive reviews weren’t totally his fault — stating that he will “save that for another time.”

After the movie’s initial release, actor Toby Kebbell alleged that Trank “cut a great film that you’ll never see. That is a shame. A much darker version, and you’ll never see it.” Following in suit with Kebbell’s claims from a few years ago, Trank makes a humorous, yet seemingly serious attempt at starting a “#ReleaseTheTrankCut” hashtag.

If you’re out of the loop, Trank is referring to the director’s cut of 2018’s Justice League film that was never released following Snyder’s decision to step away from the film after the tragic death of his daughter. After word spread of the former director’s cut of the film, the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut hashtag began spreading like wildfire, and was even supported by actors from the film like Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck.Trank finishes his review, which at this point seems more like a review of the production of the Fantastic Four reboot, saying, “I was 29 years old, making my 2nd film, in a situation more complicated than anything a 2nd time filmmaker should’ve walked into…I just hope Peyton Reed makes the next Fantastic Four and crushes it. And that I get a cameo.”

After Disney acquired Fox earlier this year, there was some talk from Marvel’s Kevin Feige about another Fantastic Four film, so maybe Trank will get his cameo after all.

Andrew Smith is a freelance contributor at IGN. Follow him on Twitter @_andrewtsmith.

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Call of Duty: Every IGN Review Score

Pop quiz: how many Call of Duty games have there been? With the all-over-the-place naming convention it’s hard to figure out – four WW2 games, three four Modern Warfares, four Black Ops, a World at War, and a few futuristic one-offs in a pear tree. The good news is that IGN has been reviewing them…

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games have there been? With the all-over-the-place naming convention it’s hard to figure out – four WW2 games, three four Modern Warfares, four Black Ops, a World at War, and a few futuristic one-offs in a pear tree. The good news is that IGN has been reviewing them since way back in 2003 when the first duty called, so below you can scroll through a gallery of the contemporaneous score and Verdict on every game in the series.But before you do, a challenge:

1) How many Call of Duty games have received a 10 from IGN?

2) What’s the highest-scoring Call of Duty game?

3) What’s the lowest-scoring Call of Duty game?

Alright, now check and tell us how you did in the comments. Honor system!

Every IGN Call of Duty Review

Dan Stapleton is IGN’s Reviews Editor. You can follow him on Twitter to hear gaming rants and lots of random Simpsons references.

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Every IGN Hideo Kojima Review

Do you remember what score IGN gave Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker? How about Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater? With Death Strandingsee dealDeath Stranding – PlayStation 4$59.88on Amazon nearly out, we decided it was time to revisit all of IGN’s Hideo Kojima reviews since Metal Gear Solid in 1998. Check out the entire list…

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Do you remember what score IGN gave Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker? How about Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater? With Death Stranding

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nearly out, we decided it was time to revisit all of IGN’s Hideo Kojima reviews since Metal Gear Solid in 1998. Check out the entire list in the gallery below (and please note we never reviewed Hideo Kojima’s P.T. as it was technically a demo, but we recently called it the scariest game of this generation. )

Every IGN Kojima Game Review

For more on Death Stranding and Hideo Kojima, check out our review, our review discussion on Podcast Beyond, and the recent news that Kojima Productions may make movies in the future.

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Lucy O’Brien is Executive Editor of Features at IGN. Follow her on Twitter.

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