Nvidia has recently unveiled their Tegra X1 mobile processing chip. It's being hailed by the company as a “mobile superchip”. The chip can do approximately 1.1 teraflops worth of calculations per second and is claimed to be as powerful as today's home consoles and PCs.
A big list of games and events from 2014 were published through the final week of the year, and we also have plenty of lists looking forward to gaming in 2015. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Hearthstone's tenth season of Ranked Play has begun. Players who make a respectable showing throughout January will get a new card back dubbed "Marauding Maraad."
French Canadian game developer Patrice Desilets is taking the next step in his career by dabbling in a genre we rarely (and almost never) get to experience: a historical war-survival sim. It's like, “Finally, someone is making a real game in the AAA space... finally.”
One of the most critically acclaimed comic books released in recent times could become a game, according to the creator of the series. The name of the comic? Saga. And the writer believes that a development studio like TellTale Games would be perfectly suited to handle the material.
Moneyhorse Games won't be cancelling their video game parodying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Instead, they plan to incorporate North Korea's alleged threats and hacking of Sony Pictures into the game.
I assumed that turning to mobile gaming meant turning to an inferior product. This game helped me understand the appeal, though.
Hatred gets banned and restored on Greenlight, GTA V's heists are finally coming and the PS Vue beta invites are being sent out. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The pick-up-and-play appeal of the software has given ROBLOX high affinity to young kids, teenagers and parents alike. We had an opportunity to throw some questions the co-creator and CEO of ROBLOX, David Baszucki.
A brand new group of players can now dive into Blizzard's card game Hearthstone.
The week kicked off with a bang, as Xbox Live users found their weekend hijacked by the unlikely evil forces of the Lizard Squad. Things didn't stay down for too long, though, as services were back up and running to keep the masses happy.
The developers behind the fan-favorite Mortal Kombat series have been courted by the WWE to develop a brand new wrestling title called WWE Immortals. Details are scarce, leaving plenty of room for speculation about the sports entertainment game.
A long time ago on a digital news post far, far away, a Sons of Anarchy game was hinted at by series creator, Kurt Sutter. A lot of websites picked up the news and a lot of hoopla was made about what the game could be about and what systems it might appear on. Well, the game has officially been announced and the first few details have been made available.
It's recently been announced that Borderlands Online will be making its way to the market. The game has a full development slate and will be published by Shanda Games.
Hearthstone expansion pack Goblins vs. Gnomes has been released. Blizzard is marking the occasion with a giveaway for all players.