Friday, July 21, 2017

GAMING

GAMING

California studio Visceral is developing the latest instalment in the Battlefield series, with a release date planned for 2014, according to a new report. A Polygon report suggests that the project, code-named Havana, is a...

We round up some of the best video game deals you'll find to help you complete your last-minute shopping.   Last-minute shopping can be stressful. To help you out, we've compiled a list of some of...

by Matt Peckham (courtesy techland.time.com) You’ve heard the legend about Atari burying a mountain’s worth of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game carts in a landfill? Somewhere between 10 and 20 semi-trucks’ worth? Me neither, though I played...

selected by TiA Staff Netflix’s loss is Amazon’s gain, at least in kids’ programming. Just days after the Los Gatos-based video-on-demand company let its streaming-video rights with Viacom expire, Amazon announced Tuesday a $200 million exclusive...

courtesy HollywoodReporter At least something good came out of Fox TV’s decision not to pick up the DreamWorks produced Locke & Key pilot that made the rounds in 2011 — now Universal has acquired the...

by Aaron Couch, courtesy HollywoodReporter A parody video featuring the famous video game brothers is urging Nintendo to ensure “slave-mined minerals” from the Democratic Republic of Congo are not used in the company’s products. The video...

  "Grand Theft Auto 5" is shaping up to be one of the biggest games this year, and Take-Two Interactive is so confident in the company's upcoming title, that he thinks no gamer will miss...

The world of gaming is eagerly watching virtual reality (VR) products, which finally seem to be delivering on their promise of creating immersive, realistic, imaginary worlds. While the initial applications for these devices seem...
Pokemon

People have been lingering outside Boon Sheridan’s house all through the night. The designer lives in an old church in Massachusetts that has been designated a “gym” in the new smartphone game Pokémon Go....
video games

Computer gaming is now a regular part of life for many people. Beyond just being entertaining, though, it can be a very useful tool in education and in science. If people spent just a fraction...

Sifteo Packs Fun Education Into Tiny Cubes By Lauren Hockenson (courtesy mashable) Big things can come in small packages. San Francisco startup Sifteo's first gaming system, Sifteo Cubes, initially looks like nothing more than a series of...

by JR Bookwalter , courtesy techradar Updated Android-powered box no longer exclusive to Kickstarter supporters Update: Despite what is a milestone day for Ouya, there's a shadow cast over its accomplishment of making it to retail. "Well...