Every month or so, an app comes along that captures the imagination of the Internet. We saw it with Words with Friends, Draw Something and Flappy Bird, but nothing had caused quite as big a stir as any of those apps in a while.
At least, that was the case until everyone stumbled across the free Chinese app My Idol earlier this week. More →
After months of back-and-forth regarding the fate of the Comcast-TWC merger, regulators finally quashed the deal once and for all this week. Per Bloomberg, the announcement was expected to come as early as Friday morning, which it has in the form of two statements from Comcast and Time Warner Cable. More →
The modding community has been growing steadily ever since the dawn of PC gaming, but only in recent years has the idea of paying for user-created content become a reality.
Valve has been leading the charge with the Steam Workshop, giving Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2 modders the opportunity to share their creations with a large audience, but starting this week, modders will be able to start setting their own prices for those creations and selling them directly to consumers. More →
There’s only one game development team working on two games that I can’t wait to play this fall: Avalanche Studios. You might remember Avalanche Studios from the fantastically chaotic Just Cause 2 way back in 2010, but the developers have been hard at work on both that game’s follow-up and another, even more intriguing project over the last five years.
When we reviewed the Galaxy S6 last month, we found the battery life to be about on par with most of the other flagship devices that have launched this generation. The fast-charging adapter certainly helps alleviate this issue if you happen to be near a wall outlet, but what if you’re on the move all day and need your phone to last, no matter how much stress you put it through?
On Wednesday evening at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Sony unveiled the first details of a new animated Spider-Man film, set to be written and produced by 21 Jump Street and The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. There’s no word yet on who will be directing the film, providing Lord and Miller don’t take on that job as well. More →
When I elected to review MLB 14 The Show last year, I thought I might be in over my head. I hadn’t played any of the recent entries in the series and I didn’t think I would fare especially well within the game, regardless of how well put together it was. Thankfully, my worries were misplaced, and I found myself immersed in a sports game for the first time in years.
I was hoping to have a similar experience with MLB 15 The Show, but after spending hours with San Diego Studio’s sequel, I have begun to see through the veneer of the improved visuals and have found a game that feels more like a step backwards than a home run.
As devastated as I am about having to wait until next year for Daredevil’s second season, Netflix is bringing plenty of new content to the table in May to tide us over until the heavy hitters start piling up later this summer.
Along with Inglourious Basterds, Legally Blonde and Fruitvale Station, Netflix will also bring original series Grace & Frankie and a stand-up special from Jen Kirkman to its streaming service next month. More →
It seems that since the beginning of 2015, we haven’t been able to go more than a few days without Netflix announcing a new show for its ever-expanding streaming service. Last night we got confirmation from Marvel that Daredevil would be returning for a second season, and today, Deadline revealed that Netflix has come to an agreement with Aziz Ansari for a new sitcom. More →