Xbox One's launch is just around the corner, and Microsoft is still looking to allay fears about privacy with its updated Kinect. The company has now shared much more detail about some of the details it outlined in June, including just what data will be stored on your console and what will be sent to Microsoft or other users.
Renegade Kid's Dementium series was pleasantly surprising for first-person shooters on Nintendo DS, and soon it'll bring those chills to PC. After announcing Dementium II HD last August then going silent, publisher Digital Tribe has revealed that the horror remake by Memetic Games will launch on December 17.
If you were quick enough to get into Dark Souls II's brief PS3 beta test last weekend, you were no doubt disappointed, as technical problems meant it was abruptly called off. Namco Bandai has announced it'll run next weekend instead, still at awkward hours. To make up for all this, the publisher has released a load of new screenshots.
If you've played Red Barrels' first-person horror game Outlast, chances are that Mount Massive Asylum isn't going to be on your list of vacation destinations. But how did the asylum come to be the way it was? The answer to some of the questions lie in the game's first piece of DLC, Outlast: Whistleblower, announced earlier today.
"Boo!" cries the severed head as it's violently flung to the ground. It is Halloween, after all. In the horrifying spirit of the season, The Creative Assembly has released new DLC for Total War: Rome 2 which adds buckets of blood and mortifying dismemberments to the strategy game. But oh, how commercialized Halloween is: it'll cost you $2.99.
Nintendo's Wii U console has failed to light the world ablaze, resulting in lowered projections for previous financial periods. The latest fiscal numbers from the company show some progress for the tablet-based console, but it continues to struggle.
Nintendo 2DS caused quite a stir when it was first unveiled. Nintendo's budget entry into the 3DS family drops 3D support and the clamshell design. While it may look odd, it actually feels quite nice.
Nintendo of America plans on targeting a younger market with the handheld, but Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata admits that the system has yet to take off. "We are yet to create sufficient awareness among prospective purchasers of this new product," he said. "It appears that there are some among those who saw the picture on our official website that mistakenly believe that the product is perhaps too large and heavy to carry."
Ubisoft has announced they will phase out its online pass program, starting with Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. The game's Uplay Passport will be free to download on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, opening up the game's online features to everyone that plays the game.