Adam Rosenberg

Adam Rosenberg

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Previously, Adam 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.

Leaked ‘Fallout 4’ documents further point to Boston setting

Leaked casting documents reveal a probable Boston setting for Fallout 4 (or whatever the next Fallout game is called), though Bethesda continues to remain silent on what's next for the series.

Gaming

‘Borderlands 2’ celebrates Mercenary Day with the final Headhunter DLC of 2013

2K Games and Gearbox Software are set to release the final Headhunter DLC pack for Borderlands 2 - titled How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day - on December 17, 2013.

Gaming

‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ has a release date for PC/Mac, console versions to follow

Bethesda Softworks sets an April 4, 2014 release date for the Mac/PC versions of ZeniMax Online Studios' The Elder Scrolls Online, with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions due to arrive in June 2014.

Gaming

How ‘Lone Survivor’ turns audiences into complicit warriors

We chat with some of the stars and real-life Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell about how the devastating story told in Peter Berg's based-on-truth film Lone Survivor speaks to an ongoing evolution in military storytelling.

Gaming

Xbox One system update is set, community feedback to be addressed in 2014

Microsoft is set to deploy the first system update for its Xbox One console on Thursday, December 12. The announcement also comes with instructions that run through the system update process on the new console.

Gaming

‘Godzilla’ trailer flattens the Internet with silence, then a screeching roar

Get your latest look at the 2014 take on Godzilla, from Monsters director Gareth Edwards, in this freshly released trailer. Not much monster to see, but lots of imagery to get you excited for Edwards' interpretation.

Movies & TV

EA among ‘best places to work’ in 2014 for office equality

Electronic Arts is named one of the "best places to work" for 2014 in the Corporate Equality Index, a report that measures and ranks corporate policies based on how human rights-friendly they are.

Gaming

Xbox One gives the gift of ‘Halo: Spartan Assault’ on Christmas Eve

Microsoft is set to release Halo: Spartan Assault on December 24, 2013 for Xbox One. The $15 game will also be coming to Xbox 360 at an unspecified future date.

Gaming

‘Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes’ launches in March 2014

Konami confirms a March 18, 2014 release date for Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, Kojima Productions' prologue to Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain.

Gaming

Xbox Live, ‘World of Warcraft’ targeted by CIA, NSA counterterrorist investigations

Xbox Live, World of Warcraft, and Second Life have all been targeted by counterterrorism groups in the United States and United Kingdom for active surveillance.

Gaming

‘No Man’s Sky’ wows VGX viewers with its randomized universe

Joe Danger developer Hello Games steals the blockbuster thunder at Spike TV's annual video game awards show with the reveal of No Man's Sky, a procedurally generated open-galaxy space exploration game.

Gaming

‘Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition’ comes to PS4, Xbox One in January 2014

Square Enix confirms a January 2014 release for Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, a PS4/Xbox One port of the March 2013 release that's been spruced up for the new hardware and packed with extras.

Gaming

‘Tales from the Borderlands’ joins Telltale’s ‘Game of Thrones’ in 2014

Telltale Games is set to deliver Tales from the Borderlands, an episodic series based on the Gearbox Software's hit "looter shooter," at some unspecified point in 2014.

Gaming

Bruckheimer brings Beverly Hills Cop, Top Gun sequels to Paramount

When Jerry Bruckheimer's 20-year deal with Disney comes to an end in 2014, the mega-producer will return once again to Paramount with a three-year first-look deal that promises Beverly Hills Cop and Top Gun sequels.

Gaming

Alleged photo leaks reveal Razer’s iOS 7 gamepad device

An allegedly leaked image suggests that gaming hardware and peripheral maker Razer will soon reveal an iPhone/iPod Touch controller mount known as the Razer Kazuya.

Gaming