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.

PlayStation 4 supports game capture via HDMI, voice and gesture controls

Sony confirms a couple of new facts about the PlayStation 4 during its 2013 Tokyo Game Show keynote. The console will support game capture via HDMI, unlike the PS3, and the newly improved PS4 Eye will allow for voice and gesture controls.

Gaming

‘Dark Souls II’ comes to PS3, Xbox 360 on March 11 with a big statue

Namco Bandai confirms a March 11, 2014 release date in North America for From Software's Dark Souls II. The highly anticipated sequels comes in both standard and Collector's Edition flavors.

Gaming

Hiroshi Yamauchi, the man who got Nintendo into video games, has died

Hiroshi Yamauchi served as Nintendo's president and CEO during a 53-year term during which he oversaw the company's transformation from trading card maker to video game giant and the release of every NIntendo game console from the Famicom to the GameCube.

Gaming

Becoming the Dark Knight in ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’

We spend some time beating down Gotham City's criminals in a hands-on with Batman: Arkham Origins that highlights familiar returning gameplay alongside new features, as demonstrated in a boss fight against Deathstroke.

Gaming

‘Wii Sports’ returns with HD and online play

Nintendo revives Wii Sports for the Wii U as Wii Sports Club, which breaks up the game's five sports into separate purchases, all of them refitted with HD graphics and online play support.

Gaming

You can get the next Wii U fitness program for free

Nintendo reveals a free trial download for Wii Fit U that allows users to keep the personal fitness software at no charge, provided they purchase and sync a Fit Meter, which comes packaged with the full Wii Fit U release in December 2013.

Gaming

Grab your ski mask and get ready to conquer Los Santos with our ‘GTA V’ guide

Want some help figuring out where to go and what to do as you explore Los Santos for the first time? Then check out our getting started guide for 'Grand Theft Auto V.'

Gaming

Blizzard announces the end of the ‘Diablo III’ auction house

Blizzard confirms that the real money auction house that is exclusive to the PC version of Diablo III will be shut down in March 2014 due to the fact that it "ultimately undermines Diablo's core game play."

Gaming

DJ Shadow mixes up ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ score

The musical score for Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V, which features contributions from Woody Jackson, Tangerine Dream, and Ohno & Alchemist, will be released as an arrangement produced by DJ Shadow.

Gaming

Got ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ questions? We’ve got answers

You already read in our review about how strong 'Grand Theft Auto V' is overall, but this is a big game and you've probably got tons of other questions about minor features. Ask away, and we'll tell you what we know.

Gaming

Rockstar warns against installing both ‘GTA V’ discs on Xbox 360

Rockstar Games advises against installing the "play" disc for Grand Theft Auto V on your Xbox 360 hard drive. As Digital Foundry discovered, doing so creates issues in the game's open world with texture pop-in.

Gaming

‘Grand Theft Auto V’ companion app offers dog training and car customization

Rockstar Games releases iFruit, the companion app for this week's Grand Theft Auto V, in the iOS App Store. Players can use the app to customize cars and train Franklin's dog, Chop.

Gaming

Grand Theft Auto 5 review

Character development is cleverly interwoven with gameplay in Grand Theft Auto V, a key component in what amounts to a series high for Rockstar Games.

  • Pros: Beautiful world that is jam-packed with stuff to do…
  • Cons: Occasional visual and functional glitches , Tying all heists…

‘Battlefield 4’ open beta begins October 4

Electronic Arts Chief Operating Officer Peter Moore confirms that the open beta for 'Battlefield 4' launches on October 1, 2013. This raises some questions about those with early access, as that portion of the beta was set for "early October."

Gaming

Randy Pitchford wants you excited for the new ‘Borderlands 2’ DLC, just not too excited

Gearbox Software president, CEO, and founder Randy Pitchford chats with Digital Trends about the upcoming content plans for 'Borderlands 2' and the reasoning behind the decision to not refer to the new content as a second "season" of DLC.

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