If you were following the pre-order's for Final Fantasy XV you might recall a few versions came with a little extra game: A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV. Though originally a pre-order bonus it will now be launching for free on March 1.
Having just celebrated its fourth birthday, 3Doodler has unveiled its upcoming range for 2017 which includes a number of new kits for younger markets including a robotics pen, and Powerpuff Girls and Star Trek-themed pens.
In August 2016, Microsoft acquired Beam, an interactive livestreaming service. Big companies often buy smaller ones to incorporate their software into their own, but Microsoft has a cleverer idea it seems. Windows 10 Insiders, those who preview new features in the operating system, have reported the existence of a new streaming app!
Skipping an important step of the development process is not something we should encourage. Microsoft however is taking a rather unusual path, since rumours indicate there will never be a second HoloLens prototype. We can instead expect the third generation model to be available to consumers in 2019.
Snap Inc. announced its Snapchat Spectacles last year to much fanfair however actually getting your hands on the elusive eye wear has proven more difficult than people hoped. However for those of you living in the US it's time to get excited as Snapchat Spectacles are available to purchase online.
Adult Swim Games has released a new trailer for Desync. This fast, reactive and intense first-person shooter releases on February 28 and challenges the player to play both dangerously and creatively. The game looks like a digitalized shoot 'em up iteration of Call of Duty, but game footage makes it clear that the game does indeed have its unique own identity.
D3 Publisher are teasing a new game, however it's asking players to "do not touch" otherwise the reveal will get delayed by a second each time. Knowing how the Internet loves to mess with things, it's likely this little teaser can only end in disaster.
Capcom’s newest iteration of the Resident Evil series is a far cry from where they started. The fixed camera tank-controlled horror franchise terrified audiences when it first arrived on the PlayStation 1 in the 90’s, but has since strayed about as far as you can go from that, at least stylistically.
It's time to track down that Watch_Dogs 2 disc again because Ubisoft have included something a little unusual in the game's latest update - a small addition to the final ending cutscene showing a short phone conversation between two unseen Dedsec members, expanding on the global impact of what Marcus and co. achieved during the game.