If you’re planning this weekend to tune into Evo — the fighting game bonanza co-owned by Sony that takes place annually in Las Vegas — don’t expect to see LeBron James.Admittedly, nobody really had their hopes up on that front until Warner Bros. released the beta version of “MultiVersus” last week, a crossover fighting game that features popular fictional characters from the studio’s extensive list of IPs like Batman, Arya Stark and — yes — LeBron James, a basketball player so talented he can’t be real. In the game, you play as the cartoon version of the Los Angeles Lakers star from “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
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