World of Warcraft Armory Mobile App Review

The World of Warcraft Mobile Armory app for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android is a portable tool that helps you keep track of your characters, access the Auction House, plan your adventures, and keep up with the activities of your guild. This convenient app is easy to install and contains all sorts of powerful features. This post is meant to walk you through the World of Warcraft Armony mobile app review and features. To use the Mobile … [Read more...]

Hyrule Warriors is Launching Today on Wii U

Hyrule Warriors is launching today on the Wii U. Hyrule Warriors lets players unleash the full power of iconic characters like Link, Zelda and Ganondorf, as they cut down legions of enemies on massive battlefields in familiar settings from The Legend of Zelda series like Hyrule Field, Death Mountain and Skyloft, as well as new locations created specifically for the game. The $59.99 game combines the universe of the familiar Zelda franchise … [Read more...]

ISIS Uses Grand Theft Auto V in Recruitment Video

ISIS, the jihadist group operating in parts of Iraq and Syria, is believed to have released a new recruitment video that uses footage from Grand Theft Auto V. The mocked-up Grand Theft Auto-style trailer is designed to attract younger members and features virtual fighters shouting "Allahu Akbar!" as they attack U.S. troops. According to Islamic State's media wing, the video aims to “raise the morale of the mujahedin and to train children and … [Read more...]

There’s More to Halo: The Master Chief Collection

The biggest exclusive release on Xbox One this year is in fact a re-release, or four re-releases to be precise. Halo 5 reportedlywon't be out until next year, but creator 343 Industries says Halo: The Master Chief Collection will offer plenty of satisfying information on the mystery shooter. Obviously Halos 1, 2 with a fresh Anniversary Edition makeover, as well as 3, and 4 are in, but dig beneath the surface and you'll find more than just … [Read more...]

Microsoft Buys Minecraft to Boost Mobile Platform

Microsoft’s impending purchase of Mojang, the Swedish developer with 100 million players of its open world Minecraft game is set for Monday, September 15, and is probably more aimed at pulling users onto the software company's mobile platform, according to a Reuters report. Seeing as how Minecraft is also available on mobile, and with the reported 2.5% influence of Windows Phone compared to its Android and iOS rivals, this is a pretty viable … [Read more...]

Zombie Game Dying Light Will Hit the Stores on January 27th

According to a news release by Techland, Dying Light, its highly-anticipated action survival game, will hit the stores in 2015 on January 27th in North America, January 28th in Australia and New Zealand, and January 30th in Europe and Asia. That's slightly ahead of schedule, as the game was previously supposed to launch sometime in February 2015. Nevertheless originally the game was scheduled to arrive this fall. When it's released, Dying … [Read more...]

Destiny Awaits You for the Experience of the Year

The video game studio that’s behind Halo is releasing a supposedly new blockbuster hit Tuesday, called Destiny. It is reportedly the most expensive video game ever made. The game will be in stores on September 9 and it will put players in the role of guardians of the last city on Earth, with enemies to battle, special powers to wield, and planets to explore. in other words, Destiny awaits you for the experience of the year. This is Bungie’s … [Read more...]