Warner Bros. Interactive recently released the official trailer for their upcoming "Mad Max:Savage Road" video game featuring an interconnect with the film version, "Mad Max: Fury Road."
The newly released trailer for the "Mad Max: Savage Road" video game shows the twisted wasteland from the 2015 post-apocalyptic sequel to the franchise, "Mad Max: Fury Road."
The soon-to-be released game is currently under development in Avalanche Studios, the same developer that brought gamers the "Just Cause" series, and it will feature the film version's weaponized vehicles primarily geared for car combat. more >>
Twitter has launched its live streaming app, Periscope on Android devices earlier this week, allowing users to record broadcasts using their handheld devices.
After its debut two months ago, the Twitter-owned live streaming app, Periscope is now on Android, after the social networking service introduced the video streaming application to smartphones and tablets running Android OS.
Periscope took off 10 days into its initial launch in March 26, reaching a total of 1 million users, particularly among media personalities and celebrities. It also found popularity in pay-per-view piracy and citizen journalism. more >>
The new content for EA and Bioware's action-adventure video game series "Dragon Age: Inquisition" titled "Jaws of Hakon" is now rolling out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
The DLC, which is currently priced at $15, was first launched on Xbox One and PC last month in an exclusive Microsoft deal.
The new content of the hit single-player game introduces Frostback Basin – an all-new playable area covered in mountains and lush forests. more >>
Not a week goes by without a new rumor item pointing towards the purported upcoming flagship from Apple, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Here's the latest that we heard:
A source told 9to5Mac that the next-generation iPhones "will look like an iPhone 6." The big difference however is that the new iPhone will include the earlier reported Force Touch display with haptic feedback feature.
For those who missed it, Apple Watch (and more recently the MacBook Pro range) was introduced with the said functionality where it basically differentiates the pressure being put on the device and translate it in a variety of interactions. more >>
Activision and Sledgehammer Games' hit first-person shooter video game "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" is getting yet another downloadable content pack which will be called "Supremacy."
The third DLC pack will see the addition of four new multiplayer maps and the continuation of the exciting Exo Zombies story which will now feature the voice-act talents of Bruce Campbell.
According to a report from Game & Guide, "Supremacy" will be rolled out first for Xbox One and Xbox 360 next week, on June 2, as part of the Microsoft exclusive gaming deal. more >>
News has emerged Apple is reportedly including Force touch and a new shift key to the upcoming iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
Apples' next generation smartphone is said to feature the Force Touch technology the Apple Watch now carries, as well as a trackpad and a shift key.
While there have been some user reactions in the manner Force Touch has led to some confusion when pressing harder causes some unforeseen actions, 9to5 Mac has written Force Touch on the iPhone 6S has been specifically designed for smartphone "power users," and would not necessarily be a requirement to get the 6S to work properly. more >>