Earlier this week, Middle Earth fans worldwide were shocked when Amazon announced that they had purchased the rights to make a television series based...
Cartoon Network and Mojang have announced that they've expanded their partnership between Minecraft and Adventure Time with a one-off episode.
The legacy of the Midnight Society lives on: it seems that Nickelodeon's TV series Are You Afraid of the Dark? will be adapted into a feature-length...
In the latest issue of V-Jump, Bandai Namco has revealed three new characters coming to their upcoming fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ.
ArenaNet has announced that Season 4 of their Living World content for their highly successful MMO Guild Wars 2, will go live on November 28.
Warner Bros has released the first trailer for the upcoming action-packed film adaptation of Midway's arcade hit, Rampage. Yep, here we have a video game...
In an interview, Tony Hawk has revealed that despite his contract being up with Activision, he'd totally make a new game.
Marvel and Gazillion Entertainment's free-to-play video game, Marvel Heroes, has been shut down due to the former ending their relationship with Gazillion.
Is the Lenovo Yoga Book the future of computing, or a stylish gimmick? I've spent a solid six months with this beautiful, unusual machine. Here are my impressions.
The future is here, but it 'aint quite perfect.
Call of Duty: WW2 is available to everyone, and for most the first place they're going to wind up is the game's multiplayer mode....
Ever wanted to use two headsets on the Xbox One? Well here's how, if you play Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that is..
The Drone Racing League (DRL) have today announced and launched the DRL Simulator, on Steam which can be used to enter the 2018 Swatch DRL Tryouts, which was also announced today.
Superman is one tough cookie. Hands down he's probably one of the strongest superheroes in fiction, but he always finds someone bigger and meaner to scrap with. Take characters like Doomsday and Darkseid, they knock him around and he keeps getting back up until he gets the job done.
Brian Michael Bendis is probably a name you know well if you read Marvel Comics over the past 15 years or so, he's been involved in some of the biggest stories in the Marvel Universe. Well, now he's making the move over to the other side signing exclusively to DC Comics.