There’s no questioning that Nintendo and Game Freak’s Pokemon series is popular. The video game titles released are notorious for selling a massive amount of copies for the mobile gaming platform market being the platform of choice most often than not. While the video game franchise is no stranger to receiving fan video game titles, normally through ROM hacks, one fan created Pokemon video game is quickly going viral online.
Ubisoft is preparing to launch a new installment to one of their most beloved franchises, Assassin’s Creed. The latest title release hit the market in the coming weeks is Assassin’s Creed Origins. Within the title, players will be taken to ancient Egypt, featuring a Medjay named Bayek and his means of protecting the people from the chaos erupted in his world.
There is terrible news for all OnePlus lovers.
Epic games sure did make a great move bringing the first battle royale mode to consoles with its base building survival title Fortnite. While PUBG was the originator of the battle-royale craze, Epic Games saw the opportunity to benefit from the hype and released the mode both as a free-to-play. Since it’s release 2 weeks ago, the title has been jumping from strength to strength with Epic games announcing that during the launch weekend Fornite officially had 1 million players.
Can you detect which one of the above screens—asking an iPhone user for iCloud password—is original and which is fake?
Microsoft today announced built-in support for Cortana—an artificial intelligence-powered smart assistant—in Skype messenger on Android as well as iOS devices.
Self-described as a ‘media bias adventure’, Headliner is a satirical adventure game in which you’re gifted with the ability to control the news of a nation. Sensing the delightful opportunities for mischief, developer Unbound Creations gives players free rein in curating their own articles, stuffing them with fake news, and watching society’s reaction as the ramifications of your news pieces unfold. As Chief Curator of a local news channel, there’s no limit to the amount of chaos you can set in motion.
Researchers from cybersecurity firm Proofpoint have recently discovered a large-scale malvertising campaign that exposed millions of Internet users in the United States, Canada, the UK, and Australia to malware infections.