Scott Cawthon, creator of the "Five Nights at Freddy's" has just released a brand new teaser image on his website to announce the fourth installment in the series, "Five Nights at Freddy's 4."
The photo features the animatronic robot Freddy Fazbear, who looks even scarier than usual. His body appears to be sprouting smaller Freddy heads, complete with their own top hats and razor sharp teeth.
The image proclaims that "Five Nights at Freddy's 4" will be "The Final Chapter" in the series. Not much is known about the game's plot, but according to Cinemablend, Fazbear's ragged appearance in the teaser image suggests that the game takes place after the third installment. more >>
Apple is rumored to be skipping the iPhone 6S entirely and releasing an iPhone 7 within 2015 to feature major changes in design and specs.
Speculation has emerged Apple is geared to release its iPhone 7 in October 2015, reportedly skipping the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus entirely due to the significant changes the company will endow its next flagship device.
While the specs of the new phone remain conjecture at the moment, KGI Securities has mentioned the company is putting in a host of major components for the iPhone 7, including an AMOLED screen that will go easier on battery consumption, and a Taptic engine to enable the same Force Touch capability seen in the Apple Watch. more >>
The third installment in the "Just Cause" game series called "Just Cause 3" was recently revealed with the release of a gameplay trailer. The trailer was supposed to have been captured directly from a console.
The action-adventure open world video game is being developed by Avalanche Studios and published by Square Enix. It is set for release this holiday season, for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
According to a report in GameSpot, the trailer revealed some of the highlights of the game's gameplay, such as helicopter dog fights and high-speed car chases. It also showcased some of the scenes of "unrelenting destruction" such as "planes ripping through pylon structure and entire facilities going up in plumes of fire." more >>
Minecraft for Xbox 360 will be releasing a new update next week giving players access to new achievements, music, new skins, and a new female character.
Microsoft and Swedish developer, Mojang have announced that "Minecraft" for Xbox 360 consoles will be getting a new update that includes 30 achievements, a new group of tunes, and an extra default skin for a female named Alex.
The world-building game's new achievements will allow players to increase their highest possibile Gamerscore to up to 1000 points, and the music by C418 will be for block placer and breaker in the Xbox 360 version. more >>
HTC has recently reported that it made the highest revenue in a quarter in the last four years. While some can argue that the company's previous high-end devices are finally making a splash, most people would attribute HTC's success to its budding mid-range lineup.
Now, according to a report by Android Authority, HTC may be lining up a new Android-powered handset bound for the Indian market.
In the report, the company's president for global sales, Chia-Lin Chang, confirmed that there will be a midranger smartphone lined up especially for India by the third quarter this year. more >>
BlackBerry will start rolling out its White BlackBerry Classic handset this week, a smartphone it unveiled to the public last December.
The White BlackBerry Classic handset announced in Dec. 14 will available in Hong Kong via authorized distributors by this week, the Canadian smartphone manufacturer announced.
A counterpoint to its Black Classic mobile phone, the White Classic will soon be released in Indonesia, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Italy within the next few weeks. more >>