Save for Forza Horizon 2, my personal game of the year in 2014, I have been sorely disappointed by the racing game lineup of the new generation. Need for Speed: Rivals felt like a step back after the incredible Most Wanted, Driveclub didn’t live up to the lofty expectations, and The Crew was all but broken at launch.
Maybe the endlessly delayed Project CARS, which has finally gone gold, will put the genre back on track.
We’ve still got a few months left to wait before Halo 5: Guardians hits the Xbox One this fall, but in the meantime, 343 Industries has teamed up with Vanguard Games to bring a new top-down shooter to PC, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone. Halo: Spartan Strike is the sequel to Spartan Assault (the first mobile entry in the Halo series), and it’s out right now. More →
Surprising no one, Grand Theft Auto 5 has had a smashing debut on PC, quickly becoming the most played third-party game on Steam just days after its release. With its detailed customization options, exclusive video editor and additional radio station, gamers who already owned the game are finding plenty of reasons to jump back into Los Santos.
Each and every month, we show you all of the new content set to premiere on Netflix the following month, as well as all of the shows and movies that are about to vanish from Netflix as licensing deals expire each month. Of course, Netflix is just one popular streaming platform, so now it’s time to focus on another popular streaming service: Hulu.
Hulu is home to thousands upon thousands of popular TV series and movies, and you can stream them all to any TV, PC or mobile device if you’re a Hulu Plus subscriber.
Hulu is adding dozens of new TV show seasons and movies to its lineup in May, and here’s a list of every single upcoming addition: More →
This hasn’t been the best week for Google news, but amid all the chaos of the purported antitrust violations, a leaked photo may have revealed a neat program that will make Google device owners very happy. Android Police reports that a Googler shared a post on Google+ last night exhibiting a custom Google Maps case for the Nexus 6.
This might not sound like news, but the case looks strikingly similar to those featured in the MapMe section of Google Workshop, a still unreleased service that Android Police originally unveiled last year.
You might finally be able to find that Sega Dreamcast you’ve been searching for at GameStop in the coming months. On Tuesday, IGN revealed that GameStop is planning to launch a pilot program for sales and trade-ins of classic game consoles, games and accessories in New York City and Birmingham, AL on April 25th.
The Apple Watch, much like the iPad before it, has come under a great deal of scrutiny since its reveal. The number one question consumers have for Apple: Why should I buy a smartwatch? We asked the same question about the iPad, but as we quickly found out, there was no simple answer.
For some, the iPad is a simplified, portable tool for work. For others, the iPad is an overpriced gaming console (a group in which I place myself). I believe we’re going to discover something similar as the dust settles following the launch of the Apple Watch. More →
In a report released earlier this week, U.S. government watchdog group GAO (Government Accountability Office) warned that the increasing connectivity of our aircraft, from flight tracking technologies to in-flight WiFi, could give hackers an access point to tap in and potentially hijack a flight. More →
We were initially taken aback when rumors began to spread that Samsung would be entering into a partnership with Microsoft to preload some of the software developer’s mobile apps on its new Galaxy devices. After all, Microsoft has its own smartphone OS to worry about, but it’s clear that the company understands the importance of being a player in the mobile arena, and Windows Phone isn’t going to tip the scales. More →