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.

Titanfall bundle packs in free mech multiplayer with your Xbox One on March 11

When Titanfall arrives on March 11, Microsoft will offer a $500 bundle that packages a download code for the game in with a standard Xbox One console.

DayZ creator to leave game’s lead dev role, launch indie studio

DayZ creator Dean Hall confirms that he intends to leave his lead development role at Bohemia Interactive by the end of 2014. He'll head home to New Zealand, where he intends to found a new indie studio.
Game Review

Earth Defense Force 2025 Review

Earth Defense Force 2025 review.

Marvel’s Doctor Strange director shortlist contains four candidates

Marvel Studios reportedly has a shortlist of directors for the in-development Doctor Strange movie that includes Jonathan Levine, Mike Andrews, Nikolaj Arcel, and Dean Israelite.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition heading to consoles

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirms that Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will be released for PC, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and Xbox 360 as a download-only "Deluxe Edition" on April 1, 2014.

Xbox One Media Remote revealed, out in early March

Microsoft reveals the Xbox One Media Remote, a $24.99 peripheral that manages video playback functions and offers limited control of your TV. It's due for release worldwide sometime in early March.

TowerFall Ascension lines up to compete with Titanfall in March

Matt Thorson brings TowerFall Ascension, a port of his popular Ouya-exclusive multiplayer arrow battle game, to PC and PS4 on March 11. That's the same day Xbox One exclusive Titanfall arrives.
Movies & TV

Fantastic Four reboot’s superhero casting nears completion

Director Josh Trank and 20th Century Fox draw close to finalizing deals with the four starring superhero cast members of the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot: Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell.

Breaking up the Rock Band: Harmonix sets the stage for reinvention

With Chroma, Harmonix is on the cusp of reinventing itself as a smaller, more agile studio committed to taking creative risks on projects built with less up-front investment and more involvement from players at an early stage.