The release date for "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" is said to be further along than fans of the game are expecting.
The highly awaited action adventure and stealth game from Kojima Productions is said to be looking at a November 2015 launch for PC, PS4 and Xbox One instead of an earlier release this year as initially speculated.
The video game, which follows the adventures of mercenary boss, Venom Snake as he journeys into Afghanistan and Africa to exact vengeance on the enemies who decimated his forces in the preceding game, "MGS 4: Ground Zeroes," is slated to incur heavy competition from Rockstar's "GTA 5." more >>
The update for Bungie's popular first-person shooter video game Destiny is already rolling out and it offers changes like weapon balances, bug fixes, matchmaking adjustments and more others.
Bungie's official Twitter help page informed players of a necessary rebooting to install the latest patch. Bungie listed the following details for the Destiny 1.1.1 patch. Click here for the whole patch note details.
Among the most notable updates include the reduction of base damage for Auto Rifles which are downed by 2.5 percent as well as its effective range. The Hand Cannons were also nerfed in their effective range and initial accuracy. more >>
Depending on carriers and regions, some Samsung Galaxy series smartphone owners are already enjoying the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update, while others remain hopeful for the update to come sooner.
For Samsung Galaxy S5, the current-gen flagship of the South Korean tech giant, Lollipop first rolled out for Verizon subscribers in February and was followed by T-Mobile later in the month. Sprint and AT&T meanwhile assured users that their handsets will soon get the sweet taste of the new OS.
For the later Samsung Galaxy S4, Techtimes.com indicated in their report that U.S. carriers has yet to release the Lollipop update. However, Samsung had already sent the update for their international versions like in Russia and in India on January and early February, respectively. more >>
"Mortal Kombat X," the 21st video game developed for the "Mortal Kombat" series will be released April 14. The game's creators also confirmed that they will not be releasing a demo for the game. In a recent livestream, NetherRealm confirmed that the new game will feature brutalities that were formerly introduced in Mortal Kombat III.
Brutalities are finishing moves that fighters in the game can use to finish off their opponent. They were called brutalities because of the extra blood and gore that is shown as these moves are executed. In the series, there different types of finishing moves such as fatalities, friendship, animalities and babalities, each executed using a combination of keys.
The report says that the brutalities shown to be part of the new game are pretty gruesome and it also said that around 100 types of brutalities will be available in the game. more >>
In what is said to be the biggest leak this month, videos of the new HTC One M9 were revealed online showing the Taiwanese manufacturer's new flagship device in detail.
A series of videos showing the upcoming HTC One M9 in full detail were leaked on the Internet, thoroughly showcasing HTC Corporation's latest smartphone offering's design and software features.
In several videos uploaded by known Android device leaker, @Upleaks, which were later taken down, an complete overview of the HTC One M9 was revealed. In the first video the phone is shown in profile. Appearing very like its predecessor, the HTC One M8, it presents a two-tone metal finish body, a 20MP rear facing camera, and an UltraPixel front camera ideal for low-light photography. more >>
Sony just revealed their new Xperia Z4 tablet earlier than its expected first view at the MWC in Spain next month.
Sony Mobile Communications inadvertently leaked images and specifications of its upcoming flagship phone, the Sony Xperia Z4, just a month before its scheduled unveiling at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on March 3.
The reveal posted on the company's Xperia Lounge application confirmed the new device's 2K display, as well as "the latest ultra fast processor," and "industry leading battery performance." The design in the leaked Z4 image appears to feature a 10-inch display in an ultra-slim body. more >>