Over at Pure Xbox they’ve secured what they say are leaked screenshots for a soon-to-be-announced Transformers brawler from Activision. Maybe, maybe not—all I know for certain is the shots depict a game I’d love to play.
Current Nintendo hardware uses the company’s own proprietary operating systems. But according to Nikkei, one of Japan’s largest newspapers, that will soon change. One insider tells the paper that the NX will supposedly be built around the Android OS.
There’s a new Dragon Ball Z movie. And it won’t be in theaters until April 18, but yesterday, there was a preview screening. Details are leaking out, but what most people probably want to know is whether or not there is new Super Saiyan hair.
Appearing incredibly briefly in a Sony flavor reel shown during the Taipei Game Show, this is definitely the sort of two one might expect to find following the words "Metal Gear Rising."
Short answer: loads of new things have appeared in the Dota 2 update and everyone’s pointing at all the ‘2’s.
According to Japanese news site ZakZak, Studio Ghibli is apparently set to be purchased by Japanese online entertainment company Dwango.
This summer, there's a new Studio Ghibli movie. According to one reported insider, it could be Ghibli's last.
The Xbox One is coming to China! In September to be exact. The biggest question now is how much the Xbox One will cost once it launches in the Middle Kingdom, and Chinese media is suggesting that the price will be... EXTREME!
Yesterday, a tweet from what appeared to be a FIFA World Cup Twitter account said the Japanese soccer team arrived in Brazil in a Pokémon jet. And people fell for it. Lots of people.
Early this month, rumors about something called "Project Beast" started floating across the web. A number of screenshots, posted on 4chan and compiled in this NeoGAF thread, allegedly showed off an upcoming PS4 game developed by From Software, the studio behind Dark Souls.
According to "multiple sources within Microsoft", Ars Technica is reporting that Microsoft is set to ditch its long-standing strategy of making users pay for Xbox Live Gold to access services like Netflix and Hulu Plus. Services users already pay for anyway.
Some rumors are very, very fake. Others turn out to be true—and today's Sunset Overdrive news adds yet more credence to a major Xbox leak from January that predicted a number of still-unannounced titles, including a remake of Halo 2 and a sequel to Forza Horizon.
GameStop got a new shipment of Batman banners yesterday—and although these materials could be marketing an older game or even downloadable content for last year's Arkham Origins, evidence is pointing to a new Arkham reveal next week.
A user on Reddit has posted a decompiled module that claims Valve's anti-cheat service, VAC, is quietly going through your browser history and sending results back to its servers. Something Valve boss Gabe Newell has made a public statement to deny.
Now...I'm not too sure I understand the whole Flappy Bird thing. I haven't played the game, so while I might be in the dark, for potential employees of one Chinese game company, Flappy Bird knowledge might just be the way into a job.
Could the PS4 emulate PS1/PS2 games? Eurogamer's Digital Foundry reports today that Sony is planning on it—and that they might add visual enhancements to those old games. No word on whether we'll have to re-buy the ones we already own on PSN, if the rumor is true. (We've reached out to Sony for comment.)
Yesterday, a report from Japan's Nikkei newspaper asserted that Nintendo would be putting trailers, promotional info and mini-games about upcoming releases on smartphones. Now, a statement from Nintendo says that they won't exactly be doing that.