Sylvester Stallone, Rosario Dawson, and Paul Giamatti headline the all-star voice cast for the movie adaptation of video game, "Ratchet & Clank."
An all-star cast is set to star in the CGI adaptation of the platform video game series, "Ratchet & Clank," including Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Bella Thorne, Rosario Dawson, and Sylvester Stallone.
Focus Features earlier acquired the U.S. rights to the platform video game series, with Rainmaker Entertainment, Insomniac Games, and PlayStation having inked a collaboration to bring the science fiction video game series to the big screen with an animated film scheduled for U.S. theater release on April 29, 2016. more >>
Square Enix has announced "Dragon Quest VIII: The Journey of the Cursed King" will soon be coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan.
Popular role playing video game, "Dragon Quest VIII: The Journey of the Cursed King," is scheduled to be released on Nintendo 3DS by August 27 this year, Japanese games publisher, Square Enix has said.
Square Enix has been working on a remake of the internationally best-selling video game series, and chose "Dragon Quest VIII" for a 3DS version. more >>
Ubisoft, a French multinational firm that specializes in video game development and publishing, recently announced firmer release windows for several of its much-anticipated games and a still unannounced AAA title. The firm's investor report identified these games as the "key drivers" for Ubisoft in its coming fiscal year. The company's 2016 fiscal year ends in March 2016.
"Rainbow Six Siege," an upcoming first-person shoot video game is one of these games. This game was announced in June 2014 and has been in development ever since. It is considered to be a successor to Rainbow Six: Patriots, which was cancelled. According to its 2014 gameplay trailer, the game focuses on teamplay as a team who goes into a hostage rescue mission. It makes use of Ubisoft's AnvilNext game engine rather than the Unreal Engine. This game will be released within Quarter 3 of FY 2016 or sometime during the fall of this year.
The other game is much older, in terms of development. "Tom Clancy's The Division" was announced in June 2013. It is an upcoming open world third-person shooter role-playing video game with survival elements. Players are part of a classified unit of tactical agents who are tasked to combat the threat brought about by a pandemic outbreak and piece the city back together. The game's release has been delayed once already. But according to the report, it will be released within Quarter 4 of FY 2016, between January to March 2016. more >>
To further amped up the excitement of fans eagerly waiting for the highly anticipated "Batman: Arkham Knight," Rocksteady Studio released yet another Spotlight series episode which now focused on the Dark Knight's new "anti-gun gun."
First featured in the "All Who Follow" gameplay trailer, the so-called "The Disruptor" is a gadget that gives Batman the ability "to control engagements like never before."
This new item from the Bat's huge array of high-tech weaponries lends the vigilante a "greater flexibility in any engagement before it even begins." more >>
Owners of the second generation 4G LTE device, the Moto E, are in for some sweet treat as reports indicated that Motorola is now rolling out the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for the said smartphone.
According to a report from GSM Arena, the new firmware update will arrive to the phone as build 23.11.15. A number of users cited by the tech review website said that units with model number XT 1527 have already received the notification for the mobile operating system update.
However, the site noted that users need to be a little bit patient as the OS update is expected to arrive in stages. To check if it is already available for download and installation, they can head over to the device's Settings and then to the About Phone section. more >>
Samsung has not been as aggressive in the tablet niche as in previous years. This year in particular, the Korean manufacturer has only announced very few Android tablets, which have hit only a few markets.
However, as for its upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung could be returning to its roots with a slightly high-end device.
According to a recent report from GSM Arena, emerging leaker @OnLeaks has leaked an alleged press image of the unannounced device. more >>