Even though YouTube has become to go-to destination in terms of video content, the site has been slow to introduce new features in recent times. Services such as Periscope, Facebook, and Twitter have already been allowing their users to stream video content from anywhere using their mobile devices, but YouTube is now jumping fully onboard by launching their own version of the service.
When Stranger Things became a cultural giant last summer, it may have given a certain organization unwanted attention — and maybe come too close to the truth. The show’s “conspiracy” angle comes from the local power plant where more than just energy is being produced. Secret government experiments are shown being conducted within, some on human test subjects. It’s from this building that Eleven emerges, bringing with her the main plot.
Canadian-American author, blogger and feminist, Anita Sarkeesian, has cancelled an appearance at Utah State University after learning that the university security would be allowing attendees to bring concealed firearms to the event in spite of a anonymous threat sent to university officials that threatened “the deadliest school shooting in American history.”
After a bit of playful hounding from Canadian videogames journalist turned presenter Geoff Keighley, Criterion Games’ Creative Director Alex Ward has released a screenshot from cancelled FPS Black 2.(more…)
Six and a half weeks ago Fez 2 was announced at E3, now the game has been cancelled and creator Phil Fish is leaving the games industry.(more…)
Still pondering over PlayStation’s “When Worlds Collide” riddle? Well, tell your brain to stand down; Insomniac Games is developing a new Ratchet & Clank game entitled Into the Nexus.(more…)
If you happen to follow @PlayStation on Twitter, you might have seen the “When Worlds Collide” image above Tweeted around 16:30 GMT yesterday. Like all good teasers, the possibilities behind its meaning are many, but IGN contributor and The Gamer’s Advocate co-host Adam Bankhurst believes it could signify the awaited return of galactic duo Ratchet and Clank.(more…)
In a Tweet-based Q&A session hashtagged #AskAsh, Ubisoft Game Director Ashraf Ismail gave up a galleon’s worth of info about Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag via the game’s official Twitter account. In case you missed it, we’ve dedicated this post to getting you up to speed.(more…)
Ladies and gentlemen, the moment you have been waiting for has arrived; Naughty Dog’s intense survival horror title The Last of Us is finished. Finito. Acabado. Done.
In case you missed it, Gearbox Software has announced that the fourth and final narrative-driven DLC for its bandit-ridden FPS RPG Borderlands 2 will be Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep.(more…)
Felix Baumgartner is an Austrian skydiver, daredevil and BASE jumper, world renowned for the countless dangerous stunts he has performed throughout his career. He’s jumped from Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Towers to claim the world record for the highest parachute jump. He’s leapt from the outstretched hand of Cristo Redentor, the 98 foot-tall statue that looms over Rio de Janeiro, setting the record for lowest BASE jump in history, and two days ago he skydived to Earth from the stratosphere – falling 24 miles, reaching an approximate speed of 834 mph, and becoming the first human being to break the sound barrier outside of a vehicle.
Last month, in an animated interview with The Totally Rad Show, Borderlands’ lead writer Antony Burch made the mistake of saying that he already has ideas in mind for Borderlands 3. Predictably, this molehill has become Mount Everest since then, and a proportion of fans are convinced that a third instalment of the superlative FPSRPG series is in the works.