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New Tony Hawk: Pro Skater Coming To Mobile Devices
Tony Hawk broke the news about the new Tony Hawk pro-skater game just last week. It didn't take long for people to start rummaging through the list of potential possibilities for the new extreme sports title, but the one thing you probably didn't bet on was that it would be a mobile title.
New Tony Hawk Game In Development
The Tony Hawk Pro Skater series is making a comeback. Activision and Hawk himself both confirmed that a new game in the skateboarding series is in development.
Transformers: Rise Of The Dark Spark Announcement Trailer
The trailer for Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark has gone live. The video was introduced originally at the 2014 Toy Fair, and it's now available for public consumption online.
Transformers: Rise Of The Dark Spark Spotted On Amazon
Spotted by Transformers World, the name of the game is called Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark and it was allegedly listed for the Xbox 360, PS4, the Nintendo 3DS and the Nintendo Wii U (woot!).
Destiny Vehicle Shrike Is Your Personal Hoverbike
Bungie has released images and details on the Shrike, one of the drivable vehicles in Destiny. The Shrike is a one-man vehicle that players can use to quickly reach their next mission.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC Arrives On Xbox 360 And Xbox One
Call of Duty: Ghosts' Onslaught DLC pack made its debut today. The map pack is exclusively available for Xbox One and Xbox 360 for the time being.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 Game Trailer Features Kraven, Electro
Beenox has released the first full trailer for their Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game. The 80-second trailer reveals that Spidey will encounter both Kraven and Electro in the game.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC Trailer Shows Off New Maps, Maverick Rifle
Activision formally announced the Onslaught Map Pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts this morning. They've sent out a trailer along with full details on the DLC's contents.
4 Games In 2014 With Always-On DRM That You'll Probably Play Anyway
Four of the biggest games due out in 2014 are actually games you could consider to be always-on titles. They are heavily focused on multiplayer, and even their single-player offerings are still tied to online gameplay. Do you know which games I'm talking about? Well if you do, you have to ask yourself whether or not you're okay with the direction the industry is heading in.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC Release Date, Maps Revealed?
The first Call of Duty: Ghosts map pack will launch later this month on Xbox One and Xbox 360, according to a retailer sign. The sign also gave a rundown on the maps included with this Onslaught Map Pack.
Kinect Helps People Troll Hard On Xbox One
Thanks to the elevation of technological innovation, we no longer have a lower class of troll... we now have tech-savvy trolls who can use the benefits of things like Kinect 2.0 to troll other people. Watch and behold the greatness of Kinect helping trolls troll.
Marvel Games Are Being Removed From Steam, PSN, Xbox Live
It seems like there have been a lot of stories recently working against the concept of that “all-digital future” some companies have been touting. The most recent issue cropped up following the Deadpool game completely disappearing from digital store fronts like a kid flicking a booger from their nose.
Activision Copyright Strikes Microsoft For A Call Of Duty: Ghosts Trailer
It should be common knowledge amongst most technophiles, gamers and media enthusiasts that YouTube has reworked their copyright policies so it's all weighed heavily against content creators. If just saying that doesn't faze you, maybe finding out that whether the content hosts or creators, no matter how big or small, are all being affected, including corporate titans like Microsoft.
PS4 Vs Xbox One: See How Resolution Affects Draw Distance, Visibility, Gameplay
IGN released an updated comparison video of Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, following the “Resolutiongate” fiasco where Infinity Ward released 720p versions of Call of Duty: Ghosts for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, even though the game was supposed to be native 1080p for PS4. The results are not even debatable.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Doing Very Well On Xbox One And PS4
Amidst all of the “next gen console launch” hullabaloo, a little known video game series has managed to rise to success on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360, surprising the world with some pretty staggering sales figures and stats. It’s called Call of Duty: Ghosts, and it’s taking the gaming world by storm.