Bethesda's "Fallout 4" Pip-Boy Edition is an example of a very successful marketing campaign for a video game. The company, Bethesda Softworks, recently announced that they are no longer able to manufacture the Pip-Boy Edition for the coming game "Fallout 4."
According to a report in Tech Times, the reason for this announcement is that the manufacturer of the special edition simply said that they can no longer produce it.
"We'd go back to [the factories] and say, 'Demand for this is insane, we've got to make more.' And they'd move other projects off or shift stuff to other factories and it just came to [them telling Bethesda], 'Final answer: sorry, this is as many as we can make.' And we sold every single one of those that we could," Peter Hines of Bethesda said. more >>
Leaks seem to be the norm in today's smartphone industry. Even before a new device is officially unveiled, information seems to find its way out to the public and even if unconfirmed, seems to serve it purpose by increasing hype and anticipation for any new device.
No matter how far off a product launch is, leaks are still bound to come out. And the LG G Flex 3 is not exempted. According to a Tech Times report, specifications of the upcoming flagship device of the Korean company are already circulating online, only half a year after LG unveiled the LG G Flex 2 in January of this year.
The new high-end device is reportedly scheduled for a release in March 2016. The website Mobipicker was the one who first shared the leaked information about the new phone. more >>
Fans may have already known that Stephen Amell's titular superhero in The CW's hit crime-fighting drama TV series "Arrow" will be sporting a brand-new, close to the source-material, fighting suit, in the show's upcoming Season 4.
Moreover, the character will get even closer to his DC Comics roots as the Green Arrow. The news expectedly draws in rumors indicating that to go along with Oliver Queen's new look and new identity, he will be displaying his iconic facial hair.
Unfortunately, this might not be case at all. Amell was recently cited going over to his social media account to cut off the "goatee" speculations. more >>
The events are definitely getting more intense as the third season of CBS' hit mystery drama TV series "Under the Dome" continues this week with a brand new episode that will feature some cosmic phenomenon that will affect the mentality of the people in Chester's Mill.
A sneak peek for the episode titled "Ejecta" was posted at TV Guide and it featured a clearly distressed Hunter (Max Ehrich) calling furiously over at Joe (Colin Ford) and Norrie (Mackenzie Lintz). The reason is that the duo stopped him from sacrificing himself which according to him is for the greater good of everyone.
"What the hell is going on?!" Hunter said while wheeling himself out into the bar. more >>
Back in May, Anthony Geary announced to the public that it's already over for his Luke Spencer in the beloved daytime soap "General Hospital." And just this week, fans finally made their last goodbyes to the ex-mobster of Port Charles.
However, a new casting development emerged saying that the "GH" alum could make a return but with certain conditions.
Geary said he is "not completely opposed to returning" to the daytime drama. more >>