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.
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Gaming

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.
Gaming

Battlefield 4 due for DLC drops in February and March

DICE confirms launch plans for upcoming Battlefield 4 DLC, with Second Assault launching for Premium members on February 18 and Naval Strike launching for Premium members in late March.
Gaming

Xbox Entertainment reportedly developing ’90s music series based on Nas

Xbox Entertainment reportedly has a fictional half-hour series in development based on the life of 1990s rapper Nas. He's collaborating on the series with Jonathan Levine, Sundance 2008 winner and director of the movie The Wackness.
Gaming

Dead Rising 3 DLC continues with the release of ‘Fallen Angel’

Capcom and Microsoft do a stealth release of the second Dead Rising 3 DLC pack. In Fallen Angels, players guide Angel Quijona and her band of survivors through the zombie-infested streets of Los Perdidos.
Gaming

Borderlands 2 arrives in spring 2014 alongside the US PlayStation Vita slim release

The PlayStation Vita version of Borderlands 2 is confirmed for a spring 2014 release with six DLC packs in tow. The slimmed down second-gen Vita will release in the US alongside the game, and both will be available in a bundle.
Gaming

Xbox One stereo headset adapter opens up voice chat options in early March

Microsoft is set to expand the array of voice chat options on Xbox One with the early March release of an official stereo headset and headset adapter.
Gaming

World of Speed screens race into view

Take a peek at Slightly Mad Studios' upcoming massively multiplayer racing game World of Speed in this bundle of newly released screens. The F2P PC game is supposed to arrive sometime in 2014.
Gaming

Xbox One party update in March takes some encouraging steps

Microsoft Chief Product Officer Marc Whitten reveals the to-be-added features in the company's planned March 2014 Xbox One update, which addresses issues with the consoles party and multiplayer system.
Gaming

Rabbids movie coming from Ubisoft and Sony Pictures

Ubisoft Motion Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment partner to develop a feature-length motion pictures based on Ubi's Rabbids, the diabolical bunnies that appear in the Rayman Raving Rabbids series.
Gaming

Flappy Bird is gone forever, so play one of these better games instead

Don't be sad about the demise of Flappy Bird. See it as a good thing! Now you're free to play any of the other fantastic mobile games on your touch device of choice. Here are five that we recommend.
Gaming

Worms Battlegrounds, Nutjitsu confirmed for ID@Xbox on Xbox One

Team 17's Worms Battlegrounds and Ninjabee's Nutjitsu are mentioned by Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer as being among the first offerings for the company's indie-friendly ID@Xbox program.
Gaming

World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition blows up in new screens

Check out a whole mess of new screens from Wargaming's World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition! You'll see tanks all alone! Tanks in groups! Tanks blowing each other up! There's even a tank near a bicycle!