Batman: Arkham Knight would be Rocksteady Studios and Warner Bros.' fourth main game title in the Batman: Arkham series. What makes this upcoming action-adventure game special in the franchise is that it will be the first installment where players can get their hands in the Batmobile.
In a presentation at the WonderCon, the game studio revealed an intense trailer showing the Dark Knight roaming around his great city with the aid of his hi-tech mobile. Following that event, DC announced in the All Access Panel the release date of the game which, as what have been reported by KpopStarz, is pushed to 2015. The reason for the postponement was not disclosed.
Slated to arrive for the next gen gaming consoles, namely PS4, Xbox One as well as in PC, Rocksteady, however, is unsure if they will release it in Xbox One versions in Japan. more >>
Considered to be one of the best first-person shooter video games of all time, developer 343 Industries is yet to release another installment of the Halo franchise – Halo 5: Guardians.
The sequel is reported to arrive in the shelves in the QA 2015, according to Xbox Wire. However, before this year ends, Halo fans will still be able to get their hands on the game this Christmas season as 343 Industries Head Bonnie Ross has confirmed that Halo 5: Guardians beta release date is set for December 2014.
"We are intentionally putting out the beta a year early so we actually can get fans' feedback to make sure that we are building the multiplayer that they want to play," Dualshockers reported. more >>
Robots, aliens and superheroes are among the many topics that will be tackled this weekend at the Southern Evangelical Seminary's 21st Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Somewhere between 1,700 and 2,000 are expected to attend. Speakers will focus on three main topic areas — God and science, Christianity and culture, and historical apologetics. The theme is, "defending a never changing faith in an ever changing world."
The conference begins and ends with talks by Michael Behe on Darwinism. Behe, professor of biological sciences at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, is the author of Darwin's Black Box (1996), which is about the challenges to evolutionary theory presented by "irreducible complexity" in nature. The book was named one of the 100 most important books of the 20th century by both National Review and World magazine. more >>
Although the newly-released Samsung Galaxy Alpha wasn't able to share the popular "S[insert series number here]" moniker of the South Korean tech company, the mid-range device still has some rights to brag in the smartphone world: it being the first Android phone to incorporate a metallic frame.
Like with the S series flagship Galaxy S5, the Samsung Galaxy Alpha is set to compete against the recently unveiled device from Apple, the iPhone 6.
Designed to exude a high-quality premium standard, it can't be helped that the Galaxy Alpha will be compared to its sister device. Here's a comparative review. more >>
The newest racing video game from Evolution Studios is finally here for PlayStation 4. Published and released under Sony Computer Entertainment on Oct. 7 for North American market, Europe and the U.K. will get their hands on the racing franchise on Oct. 8 and Oct. 10, respectively.
There have already been a lot of hands-on reviews circulating around the web. Here's what we rounded up so far.
Key features of the game pointed out are its 50 tracks which run across various continents and environments. Initial numbers of playable cars are around 50 and more are said to be coming via expansions. True to its promotion, Driveclub did offer in-depth and more engaging multiplayer features. more >>
It's only been a few weeks into the release of the iOS 8 and there are already problems plaguing the operating system ranging from Bluetooth compatibility and security issues. While it certainly is a new mobile operating system and isn't an exception to these issues, it is quite frustrating for those who are experiencing it and will demand some sort of fix.
Problems first arose from the release of the iOS 8.0.1 update, then Apple then promptly released 8.0.2 with the bug fixes. However, it would seem that it caused just as much problems that it fixed and users are growing increasingly frustrated.
Apparently, Apple users feel that an iOS 8.0.3 would be needed before the mobile operating system jumps to version 8.1.0. The next version (8.1.0) has already been previewed to developers in preparation for its public release. more >>