Slated for release this coming April 14, 2015, Mortal Kombat X, the tenth installment of the fighting game series developed by NetherRealm Studios, is currently on its development stage with its character-fighter lineup expanding accordingly.
Just this week, NetherRealm Studio's creative director Ed Boon took to his social media to tease the eagerly waiting fans that aside from Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Cassie Cage, D'Vorah, and others, there are still more upcoming names to be added in the roster of Kombatants. That's to include the sorcerer Quan Chi.
Recently revealed on his Twitter, Quan Chi be played either as a Sorcerer, a Warlock, or a Summoner. more >>
For the past few months, the tech news world has been bombarded with leaks and rumors regarding the purported brand-new Google phone, the Nexus 6 or Nexus X.
In the most recent rumblings, it has been said that the upcoming flagship will be launched alongside the new OS, the Android L 5, which is yet to be named with a delicious Nestle brand.
According to Expertreviews, the new handset from Google will be called the Nexus 6, although, the name will certainly be met with legal issues as the term is closely incorporated with the 1982 American neo-noir dystopian film "Blade Runner." Fans of the tech line will have to wait until the item itself is revealed. more >>
Known by many names as HTC T1, HTC Volantis, HTC Flounder and Nexus 8H, just to name a few, the purported device from Google has long been making rounds in the tech news world. Even as today, there's still haven't any official information given out by the California-based company.
However, there are people who claimed to be on the know saying that the upcoming tablet will soon be hitting the US and Japan retail shelves. Among the most recognized is tech Twitter leaker @upleaks who recently took to his/her social media to announce that the "HTC T1#WL(CDMA/LTE model) [will be] coming to US and Japan," and will be sold on Amazon U.S.
As previously rumored, the Nexus 9 was suggested to likely come from the manufacturing lines of ASUS and Samsung but strong speculations pointed out to HTC. more >>
The long-awaited wearable tech from Apple was launched and named simply as Apple Watch instead of its media-induced moniker, the iWatch, during its Sept. 9 unveiling. The Apple Watch is greatly compatible with iOS 8 iPhone and has a "premium rectangular design with rounded-off corners."
Right off the bat, the wearable gadget not only shows updates from the user's social media accounts like Facebook and Twitter, it also displays essential notifications like incoming calls, texts and emails. It basically cut off the need to check on those phones nesting on your pockets.
Inspired from the iPod Nano, the rectangular screen of the Apple Watch is seamlessly encased by custom alloys of stainless steel and aluminum that, as being said, will surely withstand the ordeal of active daily use. more >>
With the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus being released last month, reports are saying that Apple is looking to release 2 new tablets this month — the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.
According to Re/Code, both gadgets could be launched on Apple's iPad October event on Thursday, Oct. 16. It is also heavily rumored that Apple will release the next version of its Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite.
The iPad Air 2 is the sixth generation of the original iPad and is expected to outdo its predecessor, the much-lauded iPad Air. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo speculates that the Air 2 will come with an Apple A8 processor and it could have 2 GB of RAM. Kuo also predicts that the Air 2 will have an 8MP main camera, while the front-facing camera will be increased to 1.5MP. more >>
Ubisoft is not releasing one, but two Assassin's Creed games coming Nov. 11. While most are familiar with Assassin's Creed: Unity with all its game trailer hype and live-action teasers, another Assassin's Creed game, Rogue, is also going to be released alongside Unity.
The main difference between the two games is that while Assassin's Creed: Unity is coming out for the next-gen consoles (Playstation 4, Xbox One, and the PC), Assassin's Creed: Rogue is coming out for the older-gen consoles (Playstation 3 and Xbox 360).
Both Assassin's Creed games will be featuring different stories but it comes to a surprise as how Ubisoft can produce two games at the same time, even if they are coming out on different generation consoles. Either way, players and fans of the video game franchise are at crossroads on which one to get -- mostly depending on what generation console they are currently in possession. more >>