It's time for another entry in the annals of Need for Speed. The next title to peel forth from Electronic Arts' digital garage is Need for Speed Heat, an open-world racer set in the fictional Palm City. But we've played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, we know what an analogue of Miami looks like
Okay, okay, we're totally having a go at Samsung here. The Korean company has a new TV on the way, called the Sero. It's not quite as apocalyptic as we're making out, either. It's just got one little feature that, honestly, makes it stand out. Or up.
If you're a fan of running and gunning, of shooting and looting, then you're probably super-keen on the next instalment of the Borderlands series. Especially as Borderlands 3 has finally be confirmed by developers Gearbox. A short trailer dropped a mass of information about the upcoming sequel and it looks... almost like a massive expansion pack. There are familiar enemies and locations, more guns...[Read More]
Apple has made a thing of quiet hardware announcements this week. First it was the iPad refresh that turned up unexpectedly, now we've also got some info on iMac upgrades.
"It's show time" seems to suggest that we're looking at something television-related. Like a brand new video streaming service, perhaps? Certainly it's more likely than a movie or theatre production announcement, which would be more likely to use the world 'showtime' on the announcement. In our completely unscientific assessment of the invitation (above), that is.
Huawei has announced that they're returning to Paris, France, to unveil the P30 range of smartphones. This after they announced the iconic triple-camera P20 Pro in the same city in 2018.
Nintendo’s list of games aimed at mobile phone users continues to grow. The newest addition to the stable — or perhaps the medical centre in this case — is Dr. Mario World, an action puzzler based around the company’s mascot, this time clad in a lab coat. The Japanese games maker says that there’s an ‘early summer’ release planned, meaning we should see it...[Read More]
When you want some competitive esports action, nothing beats watching a John Deere tractor ploughing a furrow in a field… right? That’s correct, apparently, as Giants Software, the company behind very popular farming title Farming Simulator, has announced the formation of a new esports league. Called the Farming Simulator League, this evolution of the older Farming Simulator Championsh...[Read More]