Adam Rosenberg

Adam Rosenberg

Adam Rosenberg is Digital Trends Gaming and Movies Editor. Previously, he worked in the games press as a freelance writer and critic for a range of outlets, including Digital Trends, Joystiq, G4, Official Xbox Magazine, MTV News, and Rolling Stone.

Mario Maker’s creation tools span 30 years of Nintendo art styles

Nintendo's latest look at the Wii U-exclusive Mario Maker reveals the different art assets that players can use, from SMB and SMB2, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U.

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Until Dawn is the best ‘Dumbass Horror Victim Simulator’ we’ve ever seen

Supermassive Games reveals a fresh look at Until Dawn during the 2014 Game Awards. The multi-threaded narrative and ensemble cast make the whole thing look like a horror movie simulator. And that's just grand.

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Human Element’s post-apocalyptic wasteland looks familiar, but fresh

Robotoki's Robert Bowling takes the stage at the 2014 Game Awards to share a first look at his studio's post-apocalyptic open world action game Human Element, which is due to arrive in November 2015.

Gaming

Adr1ft looks like Gravity: The Video Game and that’s just awesome

505 Games and Three One Zero reveal a first look at the gameplay in Adr1ft, a "first-person experience" game that seems to channel the tense action of Alfonso Cuaron's Oscar-winning 2013 film, Gravity.

Gaming

Check out the TV cop drama style of Battlefield: Hardline’s story trailer

Visceral Games' latest peek at Battlefield: Hardline, revealed during 2014's Game Awards, gives a taste at the game's TV cop drama story inspirations.

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A new look at Bloodborne dives into shadowy depths lined with jump scares and friends

A new trailer for From Software's Bloodborne debuted at The Game Awards, with gameplay highlighting the speed-meets-Dark Souls style of play and cooperative features.

Gaming

That crazy, open galaxy space sim No Man’s Sky got a fresh look at The Game Awards

The latest trailer for Hello Games' No Man's Sky, dubbed Portal, offers some new looks at what the game's random galaxy generator is capable of cooking up in its premiere at The Game Awards.

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Zelda’s Wii U adventure arrives in fall 2015, first look debuts at The Game Awards

Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma share a first look at the upcoming Zelda game for Wii U, confirming that it's coming to the console in fall 2015.

Gaming

King’s Quest is finally back and this is what it looks like

The Odd Gentlemen and Activision vision unveil a first look at the revived King's Quest, coming to PC, PlayStation, and Xbox in fall 2015.

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Abe Lincoln goes steampunk for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. in March 2015

Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., the Nintendo 3DS strategy game from Advance Wars creator Intelligent Systems, is confirmed for release in March 2015.

Gaming

Tacoma is the next game from the team behind Gone Home, and it’s coming in 2016

Tacoma. That’s the title of the next game from The Fullbright Company, the small, Portland, Ore.-based team behind Digital Trends’ 2013 Game of the Year winner,¬†Gone Home. The first trailer, which you can see above, doesn’t show a whole lot…

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MGS V: The Phantom Pain goes competitive with a new and improved Metal Gear Online

Hideo Kojima took the stage at The Game Awards to offer up a first, work-in-progress look at Metal Gear Online, the multiplayer PvP mode that will release alongside Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

Gaming

Star Wars: The Force unleashed director lands in 2K’s Hangar 13

Haden Blackman, one of the leading creative forces behind LucasArts' Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, joins 2K Games to build a top secret project at his new studio, Hangar 13.

Gaming

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel grows with its first DLC pack and a new, free difficulty

2K Games reveals the second downloadable content pack for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. "The Holodome Onslaught" includes a special bonus for non-Season Pass holders, and a separate, free update adds a third playthrough to the game.

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Here’s all the PlayStation-only stuff that’s coming to Destiny in the new add-on

Destiny fans on PlayStation platforms get a couple of bonuses, in the form of a new Strike and a new Exotic shotgun, in the first DLC release for the game, The Dark Below, which is out on December 9.

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