Gaming
Gaming

Tweet while you watch TV, all on your Xbox One

As part of the lead-up to their Xbox presentation at E3, Microsoft has announced more than 45 new entertainment apps, including TV-integrated Twitter, coming to Xbox One and 360 globally.
Gaming

Seek ‘The Lost Crowns’ in the Dark Souls II DLC trilogy

Just when you were starting to get a handle on the mysteries of Dark Souls II, Bandai Namco Games and From Software have announced an upcoming 3-part DLC series, The Lost Crowns.
Mobile

Razer Junglecat equips your iPhone with a slide-out gamepad

Razer announced the Junglecat, a slide-out gamepad for the iPhone 5 and 5S that will be available for purchase in July for $100.
Gaming

A transforming Batmobile is the ultimate gadget in Batman: Arkham Knight

A first-ever hands-on preview of Batman: Arkham Knight, complete with a look at the Batmobile and its newly announced tank-like Battle Mode.
Gaming

Samurai Warriors 4 coming to PS3, PS4, and Vita this fall

Samurai Warriors 4 has finally gotten an official, western release date of October 21 in North America, and October 24 in Europe for Sony's PlayStations 3, 4, and Vita.
Computing

Asus outs a trio of new Core i7 and Nvidia-based gaming PCs

At Computex 2014, Asus lifted the curtain on a trio of new gaming computers which will be launching sometime during the third quarter of this year.
Gaming

Tap and slide your way through 26 years of music in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Square-Enix has announced a sequel to their Final Fantasy musical retrospective game for the 3DS, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call, scheduled for release on September 16.
Gaming

Wii U update brings GamePad Quick Start

A newly-released system update to Nintendo's Wii U brings, among other features, a brand new Quick Start menu for the GamePad controller.
Gaming

PlayStation Portable to cease distribution in Japan and Europe

After cutting off shipments to the US in January, Sony has now announced that the PlayStation Portable will cease Japanese distribution later this month and European later this year.
Gaming

Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age teams up to slay creatures of myth

Crytek announces Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age, a third-person action game in which four players team up to take on creatures of folklore and myth.
Gaming

Batman: Arkham Knight slips to 2015, turns Batmobile into a tank

Rocksteady Studios confirms that Batman: Arkham Knight won't be out until 2015. The team also reveals that the game's Batmobile can transform into a tank. You've got to take the bad with the good.
Gaming

Preview: In the conquered America of Homefront: The Revolution, safety is a luxury

A first look at Crytek Nottingham's intended approach for Homefront: The Revolution, which tasks players with igniting a revolt against Korean occupiers in the near-future open world of Philadelphia.