In its latest financial report, Watch Dogs developer and publisher Ubisoft said the game will be released in 2014’s first fiscal quarter, or sometime between April and June.
Square Enix has gradually been revealing details on Murdered: Soul Suspects for over a year now. This week we learn that the supernatural mystery thriller will make its way to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in addition to Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Microsoft has reached a deal with North Carolina-based studio Epic Games to acquire its Gears of War franchise. Microsoft Studios has published the Gears of War series since its first entry back in 2006, but will own all existing and future games in their entirety henceforth.
Last year Square Enix and Indieszero released Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, a Final Fantasy-based rhythm game for Nintendo 3DS and iOS. The sequel to that game, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, is now available as a demo in the Japanese 3DS eShop.
At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, Sony unveiled a small, lightweight sensor called a Core. The device is part of Sony’s new SmartWear line, a series of products dedicated to seamlessly integrating users’ physical and social activity.
During CES this week, Samsung told a reporter from Bloomberg that the company is experimenting with iris-scanning technology, which may be incorporated into the upcoming Galaxy S5 smart phone.
At the Computer Electronics Show (CES) on Tuesday, custom PC company Origin PC revealed two redesigned entries to its customizable desktop tower series.
At the Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Monday, Netgear revealed its Trek N300 Travel Router and Range Extender, an outlet-powered device that allows users to route a single Wi-Fi connection to multiple devices.
During a live video broadcast this weekend, Square Enix announced that the upcoming PlayStation 4 version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will not require a PlayStation Plus subscription to play.