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.

The spirit of River City Ransom lives on in Treachery in Beatdown City

Check out this neat Kickstarter pitch for Treachery in Beatdown City, a game in the vein of River City Ransom that fuses lo-fi brawling with turn-based RPG mechanics.

Wolfenstein: The New Order marches in May with a Doom beta in tow

Bethesda Softworks confirms a May 20 release date for MachineGames' Wolfenstein: The New Order, with a special bonus for those that pre-order in the former of beta access for id Software's next Doom game.
Movies & TV

Guardians of the Galaxy debut trailer tickles Marvel’s funnybone

Marvel Studios delivers a first look at Guardians of the Galaxy, its blockbuster summer comedy about outer space superheroes on the run from a villainous jerk.

Irrational Games to shut down, BioShock franchise now in 2K’s hands

Irrational Games founder and BioShock series creator Ken Levine confirms that the studio will be shutting down following the release of BioShock Infinite's final DLC release, Burial at Sea - Part 2.

Guardians of the Galaxy trailer teased with 15 seconds of footage

Marvel Studios reveals a 15-second teaser for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy debut trailer, which premieres on the February 18 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Titanfall beta period officially ends on February 19

Respawn Entertainment confirms via Twitter that the official end date for the ongoing Titanfall beta is February 19. The game launches for PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on March 11, 2014.

Ryse: Son of Rome gets bigger and bloodier with new DLC

Microsoft will run 10 days of Ryse: Son of Rome sales leading up to the February 28 release of the Mars' Chosen Pack DLC, which adds new maps, a new character skin, and a new survival mode to the Xbox One game.

Chroma mixes rhythmic play with first-person shooting in thumping neon landscapes

We take a very early peek at Chroma, a free-to-play multiplayer arena shooter that makes heavy use of rhythm-based mechanics. It's the product of a collaboration between Harmonix and Hidden Path Entertainment.
Game Review

Dead Rising 3: Fallen Angel DLC Review

Dead Rising 3: Fallen Angel DLC review.

The Evil Within brings the creepy good times in August 2014

Bethesda Softworks confirms an August 26 release date in North America for The Evil Within, the upcoming survival horror adventure from Shinji Mikami and his team at Tango Gameworks.

Hitman returns soon in a stylish turn-based strategy game

Square Enix Montreal reveals Hitman Go, a board game-like turn-based strategy game that will be launching very soon for tablets and smartphones. Read on to find out more.