Gaming, VR World

Star Wars Battlefront Outer Rim DLC To Launch Next Week

Star Wars Battlefront Outer Rim DLC is coming next week! Gamers worldwide will be happy to know it’s been confirmed that the additional content will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 22nd for all Season Pass owners. Everyone else, you’ll have to wait until 5th of April to purchase the DLC and play additional maps, play as new heroes, use new weapons and enjoy plenty of new features that are coming with this update. Electronic Arts is definitely making a great case for themselves and the Seasons Pass showcase. This was all revealed in an Outer Rim DLC stream made


Gaming, Videos, VR World

Starcraft II: Legacy Of The Void

The final chapter in the Starcraft II game series comes tomorrow. called Legacy of the Void. It will come after Wings of Liberty and Heart of the Swarm, occurring after them chronologically, thus beginning immediately after the ending of Heart of the Swarm. It was planned to be released as an expansion pack. However, it will actually now be released as an independent installment, not requiring StarCraft II to run. It will be available for both PC and MAC OS X users, giving both platforms a taste of this great game this way. You are Hierarch Artanis, leader of the mighty protoss race. Years ago,


Gaming, Videos

Fallout 4 Launch Trailer Revealed

Fallout 4 is expected to be one of biggest 2015 sales blockbusters, and the company just released an official launch trailer. Fallout 4, available worldwide on Tuesday, November 10th, is a highly expected game. It’s loyal following, combined with what promises to be one heck of a gameplay, is pretty much what most fans are cheering about. Given that Fallout 3 achieved over quarter of billion USD in sales in just a few weeks, and totaled around $600 million (excluding the latest stats – Fallout 3 is again a Top 10 best selling game on, expectations are very high. For the past few months, the whole ordeal got even


Business, Gaming, Mobile, Smartphones, Tablets, VR World

Activision set to buy ‘Candy Crush’ developer King Digital for $5.9B

Activision Blizzard, Inc.  today announced an agreement to acquire King Digital Entertainment for $5.9 billion in equity value ($5.0 billion in enterprise value). The addition of King’s highly-complementary business further positions Activision Blizzard for growth across platforms, audiences, genres, and business models. King Digital Entertainment is the creator of ‘Candy Crush’. The highly addictive online video game is one of the most popular mobile games in the world right now and it comes as a non-surprise that a juggernaut in the game world would decide to obtain it. The acquisition comes as one of the first for the game company, giving them a taste of the mobile game


Gaming, VR World

Finally, Star Wars: Battlefront PC Specs are Confirmed

After numerous speculations, we finally have a confirmation of the hardware requirements for the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront game. The public beta is coming out on October 8th, with the fans all over the world having something to rejoice. This beta is more planned to be a stress test than anything else, with the full game being released a month later – on November 19th. The upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront represents a nice blend of Star Wars universe and themed places, combined with the silky smooth Battlefield-like gameplay in one. It will certainly be a coveted, AAA title for both Star Wars and FPS fans around. Let’s not forget the DICE and EA


Gaming, Hardware, Internet of Things (IoT), Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

Does The Future Of VR Look Bright Thanks To This Icelandic Company?

Several companies are working hard in the Virtual Reality field, producing some rather tantalizing previews of whats to come in the future. One of the companies making the VR look bright for the future is Iceland’s CCP Games. Their currently under-development EVE Valkyrie is considered a standard-bearer for VR games. Made for Oculus Rift and Sony’s Project Morpheus, this interesting and appealing space dogfighting game is definitely a sign of things to come as it attracts VR users everywhere. They also have a game called Gunjack, as a similar gaming experience albeit with less impressive graphics, being made for Samsung Gear VR device. In a


Audio/Video, Entertainment, Gaming, Hardware, VR World

Watch Impressive F1 2015 Teaser and Gameplay Videos

The current state of affairs in Formula 1 is something that kept me away from the sport. The level of predictability simply got to my nerves and the overall appeal was lost along the way. On the other hand, my particular motorsport gaming attraction is growing stronger. One of the upcoming releases from Codemasters, dubbed F1 2015 , is a simulation game revolving around the most famous racing sport out there. But, will it make me (and everybody else) love Formula 1 once again? The teaser below is impressive to say the least. The last Formula 1 game I have played was back when I was in high school, and was one of



Smartphones Mean a World of Competition, And Gaming Everywhere for Gamers

There once was a time when online gaming meant you had to be tied to a desktop or a console. This wasn’t a bad thing; these platforms provided a great platform for virtual battles and competitions for gamers around the world. These days everyone carries around a smartphone, and the popularity of mobile gaming is growing. While mobile gaming used to be limited to Nintendo Gameboys or Sony PSPs, smartphones are now the gaming platform of choice for many. In fact, mobile games are so popular that they have their own space at video games award shows such as The Game Awards. The games that


Entertainment, Gaming, Hardware

World of Warcraft Tribute Case Mod For The New Expansion

World of Warcraft Warlods of Draenor

With impending release of Blizzard’s new expansion for World of Warcraft, Warlords of Draenor, what better way to celebrate than with a custom case mod?



Is There a Mobile Game Renaissance in Store for Zynga?

As casual gamers turn to mobile devices for time-killing fun, the makers of the hit Farmville series will need to find a new niche in order to bounce back.


Analysis, Asia Pacific (APAC), Global Politics, Japan, Opinion

Japanese Research Takes Another Look At Violent Video Games

Does violence in games really have an effect on gamers after all? A recent study at the University of Tokyo reopens this long time issue in video games, albeit with a little twist. If you’re a gamer, don’t worry. This won’t be about reflected behaviors and supposed killer instinct issues, though some of it may sound a little bit familiar. The research’s primary objective is to find out some of the long term neurological effects of violent video games.  In order to learn more about this, the researchers sampled a small group of adult men and women, and gave them one popular, mainstream violent and


3D, Business, Companies, Gaming, Microsoft, Software Programs

Spore and Warhammer Online rule the sales charts

I’ve been following NPD Sales charts for ages now, and it was always interesting to see how long can a title hold on them. Blizzard and EA/Maxis are long standing legends – in the past eight years, there haven’t been a weekly or monthly sales chart where at least one title from these companies didn’t occupy spot or two. NPD Group decided to combine their weekly charts into monthly ones, probably for easier tracking – and making annual reports will be much more easier. But getting back on the subject, sales results for North America are quite interesting: Top 5 PC Games for September 2008