Gaming

Cancelled Saints Row PSP Game Released for Free

Cancelled PSP sandbox Saints Row: Undercover is released for free by developer Volition, and made available to any players with a PC and a PSP emulator. The financial woes of THQ had huge ramifications for a number of popular video game franchises. One such series was Saints Row, the Volition sandbox series, which saw a nearly-completed PSP title dubbed Saints Row: ... Read More »

Mass Effect Andromeda, New Battlefield, Titanfall 2 Release Dates Narrowed

While EA has not yet publicly announced a specific release date for the next Mass Effect, Titanfall, or Battlefield, it has narrowed down their release windows. EA had previously stated that Titanfall 2 (or whatever it ends up being called), the new Battlefield, and Mass Effect Andromedawould be out during fiscal year 2017, which runs from April 1, 2016 through ... Read More »

New ARK: Survival Evolved Dinosaur Holds Three Players

Studio Wildcard announces that the next update for ARK: Survival Evolved will add the game’s first three-seat dinosaur, the Gallimimus, along with new items. ARK: Survival Evolved continues to be one of the most popular games to release through early access. The game’s concept of a shared online multiplayer world full of dinosaurs has obvious appeal, and has so far ... Read More »

Sony Adds 105 Games to Netflix-Like PS Now Game Streaming Service

This year, Sony has had said on a few occasions that it will not be bringing PlayStation 3 backwards compatibility to the PlayStation 4 (PS4), preferring to focus on improving PS4 features like SharePlay, Play as you Download, and Suspend/ Resume instead. However, this has not stopped the company from improving PS Now -it’s game streaming offering that lets you ... Read More »

90 Percent of Websites Leak User Data to Third Parties: Study

Internet users’ being tracked by particular websites is not a recent development and has been reported by several studies. However, a new study tries to show the magnitude of user data tracking by some popular websites. It further claims that not only did some of the top websites leak user data to third parties, but at times also shared it ... Read More »

Need for Speed Additional Content to Be Free: Ghost Games

The latest Need for Speed game hasn’t had the greatest critical reception but that’s done little to stop developer Ghost Games from promising not to charge for additional content to the game. The news comes from Ghost Game’s Creative Director Craig Sullivan who was interviewed by Vice. “You can never say never, as if we ended up doing DLC for ... Read More »

Konami Shuts Down Los Angeles Studio, Considers New Metal Gear Solid Game

With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and its online mode finally out for consoles (the PC version is expected in January, 2016), publisher Konami has officially shuttered its Los Angeles studio. “Konami has made the decision to close its Los Angeles Studio, effective immediately, due to the product development resources being restructured into a more centralised unit,” Konami ... Read More »

Twitch for Android Now on Par With iOS; Updated With Push Notifications

Live streaming service Twitch has announced a crucial update to its Android app. You can now receive notifications when broadcasters you follow start streaming. In addition to this, you can just as easily enable or disable notifications from certain streamers without unfollowing them. “Starting today, you can receive live alerts for any broadcasters you follow. If you already have our ... Read More »

Star Wars: Uprising for Android and iOS Is a Prequel to Force Awakens

With Star Wars: The Force Awakens out this December, the Disney marketing machine is in full swing. From unveiling hot ticket toys like the BB8 robot to the Crossguard Lightsaber, there’s a lot of tangible merchandise for fans. (Also see: Missed Force Friday? Here’s Some Star Wars Merchandise You Can Buy in India) And if you’re looking for your Star ... Read More »

Check Out Windows 10 and Backwards Compatibility on the Xbox One Soon

At Gamescom 2015, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 and backwards compatibility – which lets you play your Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One – is finally hitting the console in November. In a run up to that, members of the Xbox One Preview Program will be invited to try it out with invites being sent in phases. “Our goal ... Read More »