Ryan Fleming

Ryan Fleming

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Ryan Fleming is the Gaming and Cinema Editor for Digital Trends. He joined the DT staff in 2009 after spending time covering local news, travel features, and politics. He has also been a frequent guest on podcasts, radio programs, and TV spots. Ryan is a diehard gamer and follower of the gaming industry, an avid filmgoer, and a passionate supporter of his alma mater, the University of Kansas. Find Ryan online at: Facebook: www.Facebook.com/RyanFlemingPDX Twitter: @RyanFlemingPDX XBL: Iridium Six PSN: IridiumSix

Call of Duty: Ghosts Extinction adds Chaos Mode, and a never ending supply of targets

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.

Gaming

The third and final Hobbit film goes to war with a new title

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.

Gaming

China welcomes all console games… as long as they play by these rules

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.

Gaming

Flash Gordon lands at 20th Century Fox, reboot in the works

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.

Gaming

Sony wants Danny Boyle for its Steve Jobs biopic

After failing to come to terms with director David Fincher, Sony is reportedly in talks with director Danny Boyle to helm the Steve Jobs biopic. Boyle is said to have already spoken with Leonardo DiCaprio about starring.

Gaming

Batman continues to celebrate 75 years with a new Batman Beyond short

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.

Gaming

Sony Pictures offers a glimmer of hope for a possible BioShock movie

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.

Gaming

Two classic Silent Hill games heading to the PS Vita

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.

Gaming

Plans surface for Nintendo’s mystery new video player

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.”

Gaming

Microsoft ships 5 million Xbox One consoles, Titanfall leads all game sales in March

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.

Gaming