Daily NewsRadar: Five Nights at Freddy's movie, Superman's black suit, WarGames and more

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Mondays are always painful, so forget about your day and sink your eyeballs into a bath of steaming hot news.  

Five Nights at Freddy's movie gets the magic touch from Harry Potter director 

Horror studio Blumhouse Productions has revealed that Chris Columbus will write and direct its adaptation of the teddy focused horror game. Yes, the same Chris Columbus who directed the Sorcerer's Stone and Chamber of Secrets installments of the Harry Potter movies. He also wrote The Goonies and Gremlins, which is a perfect fit for the Five Nights at Freddy's material. 

WarGames is back with a Her Story twist and "hanging out"

Remember the 80s movie WarGames? The one where the gamer kid has to prevent "Global Thermonuclear War" by outsmarting an AI? Well it's back in (appropriately) videogame form, with Sam Barlow - creator of Her Story - at the helm. He's teased "most of the content is the kids hanging out online and chatting" and we should get more details on it next week.    

Kingdom Come: Deliverance proves the middle ages were hardcore 

This massive RPG has everything you'd expect from the usual role-playing fare, but instead of dragons and orcs it has historical accuracy and esystems deep enough to drown a giraffe. You play as commoner Henry in medieval Bohemia, and, as you can see from the launch trailer, it's not all ale and good times. The game is out tomorrow on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC. 

Superman's super emo suit stars in this Justice League deleted scene 

At first glance there's not much to see in this deleted scene except Henry Cavill's chiseled jawline, but look behind around 20 seconds in. That's right, the black Superman suit. Sadly, according to Justice League's cinematographer Fabian Wagner, all the scenes with Cavill actually wearing it were cut.  

4 days until the PC Gamer Weekender

This is not a drill people, the PC Gamer Weekender arrives in London on Saturday to make all your mouse and keyboard dreams come true. There are over 80 games on show at the mega event, and you can secure your ticket at the official site with this exclusive GamesRadar+ discount code: GR20

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