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.

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The Chinese console race has begun: Xbox One to launch in China this September

Microsoft has confirmed that it will launch the Xbox One in China this September, following China’s 14 year ban on gaming consoles. No word yet on what games to expect.

Watch Dogs Season Pass will include new game modes, characters, and early access

Ubisoft has announced a $20 Season Pass for Watch Dogs. That cost will cover a single player DLC, a new game mode, and an exclusive “untouchables” pack that is only available to Season Pass holders.
Movies & TV

A look at all the DC Comics films rumored and in development [Updated]

While its rival Marvel has carved up the box office and redefined superhero movies, DC Comics is slowly trying to get its act together and make better movies based on its properties. Here’s a look at the films currently in development and…

Nintendo isn’t just a gaming company, according to its CEO

According to Nintendo’s President and CEO, his company is not just about video games. He hopes to change that perception, and show that Nintendo can be anything it wants to be.

Watch Dogs’ director explains why you’re never safe, even playing alone

After trying them out, we sat down with Watch Dogs’ Creative Director Jonathan Morin to discuss the game’s online modes, which offer several different ways to play the third-person action game.

Rise of the Incarnates brings free-to-play god-on-god action to the PC later this year

Bandai Namco have introduced a new free-to-play brawler for the PC, due out later this year. The game pits god archetype against god, with matches each lasting just a few minutes.