Call of Duty: Ghosts introduces the new Chaos Mode to the game’s Extinction offering. The new mode introduces a new way to approach the alien-slaughtering co-op game.
Director Peter Jackson today announced that the third Hobbit film, previously known under the subtitle There and Back Again, has changed its name to The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies.
After lifting a 14 year ban on consoles, the Chinese government has laid out several guidelines that console games will need to follow, and there are a whole lot of them.
Twentieth Century Fox has finalized a deal to bring Flash Gordon back to the big screen. The studio has also hired the writers who recently worked on the upcoming Star Trek 3 to write.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment released a new short film based on the Batman Beyond animated show, which has since found new life as a comic, created by artist Darwyn Cooke.
Sony Pictures Entertainment recently registered three websites for a BioShock movie. The sites are generic in their names, but they do show that Sony now has the rights to the possible film.
Silent Hill: Origins and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories are both heading to the PS Vita, and will soon be available on the PlayStation Network in Europe – no word yet on a U.S. release.
Nintendo applied for and received certification in Korea for a new and unknown product that is described in the certification listing as a “small video player.”
Microsoft has released sales figures for the Xbox One, and the Xbox One has shipped 5 million units since its launch. The company also highlighted Titanfall’s success as the top selling game in March.