The growing list of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list is about to get longer as Mike Ybarra, director of program management for Xbox confirmed, the new set can be expected at the end of the month.
Pokémon fans are eager to get their hands on Pokémon Go, the augmented reality game for iOS and Android devices, which has been making a lot of noise over the past several months.
Publisher Microsoft has confirmed that the upcoming expansion pack for "Rise of the Tomb Raider," titled "Baba Yaga: Temple of the Witch," will launch on January 26. As noted by the company, this major content update will feature additional hours of gameplay
Game publishing giant has promised to make a donation to an anti-bullying charity every time some tweets using the hashtag #EveryDayHeroes. This is part of the studio's joint campaign with non-profit organization PACER.
A team of researchers from Russia studying the bones of a mammoth claims that they have found evidence of humans living in the Arctic 45,000 years ago. According to lead researcher Vladimir Pitulko of the Russian Academy of Science, the markings on the massive animal's bones suggest that the mammoth was hunted down by the first human settlers in the region.
Brian Horton, director of "Rise of the Tomb Raider," has officially left Crystal Dynamics. And, just hours after his departure, he joined the team of development studio Infinity Ward, which is set to handle the next installment in the "Call of Duty" franchise.
Development studio Telltale Games has announced that the first episode for "Minecraft: Story Mode" for the Wii U will arrive on January 21. But, just like their Xbox and PlayStation counterparts, Wii U gamers will have to wait a while before they can get to play the rest of the game's episodes.
After more than two decades, a new level of the cult classic "Doom" series has been released. It was created by the series' co-creator John Romero and can be played for free.
What actually lies underneath the massive ice sheet of the Antarctic still remains a mystery. But recently, scientists surveying the region discovered that it might be hiding the world's biggest canyon
Medical researchers explained in a new study how living on upper floors of tall buildings can significantly decrease people's chances of surviving cardiac arrests. Based on their findings, this effect is all about the time it takes for medical responders to reach the patients.
Acclaimed Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto, founder of the Adidas brand Y-3, has partnered with Virgin Galactic to design the next-age spacesuits that pilots and passengers will wear for the company's first commercial flight to space. According to reports, the suits were from a durable material similar to Kevlar, which can be commonly found in bullet-proof vests
‘Pokémon Go’ Release Date, Gameplay & Features: New iOS and Android Game Could Come Out Before 'Pokémon Z'
Are you excited to play Pokémon Go and catch your first-ever pocket monster? Gamers could wait a bit longer, though, but recent rumors revealed that Nintendo has the augmented-reality game on top of their priority list.
More than a year after Activision was sued by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noreiga due to his depiction in "Call of Duty: Black Ops II," the game publisher is facing another lawsuit filed by the family of a historical figure. In the lawsuit, the family of Jonas Savimbi, the rebel leader of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, is suing the French division of Activision for around $1 million due to his portrayal in the 2012 game.
Development studio Wargaming has announced that its highly successful online multiplayer game "World of Tanks" will arrive for Sony's PlayStation 4 console next week. The launch of the full game comes a month after the studio held a beta event for PlayStation 4 players last year.
Sony is continuing its efforts to dominate the U.S.' smartphone industry by launching its latest flagship devices in the country next month. As confirmed by the company, it will launch the Xperia Z5 and the Xperia Z5 Compact in the U.S. on February 7.