Going into E3, the Final Fantasy franchise was on a quest for redemption. Following the failed launch of Final Fantasy XIV, a suffocating sense of franchise fatigue set in as fans clambered about in search of any hope. Well, your hope has arrived in the form of Final Fantasy XV, previously known as Versus XIII. Tetsuya Nomura, the creative director of the project, recently spilled to Famitsu that the action-oriented RPG is just the first in a series of games which will advance the storyline.
In world of tech rumors, the iPhone is king. There have been rumors of a budget iPhone, a larger iPhone, an impossibly thin, transparent iPhone - there might have even been a rumor about a stock Android version of the iPhone at some point. Rumors are just rumors; they spread around all the time. But when Reuters reports an anonymously sourced rumor - or, in this case, two longstanding iPhone rumors and a relatively new one - the tech world goes nuts.
The next-gen console war is shaping up to be a two horse race, as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and gamers are doing their due diligence to try and figure out which console to commit their hard-earned money an allegiance to when both consoles launch later this year. We look at some of the games for the consoles to help you decide which console is right for you.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablets in Germany are currently receiving a quick fix in the form of an update.
FIFA 14 may be coming to current consoles, but the focus for most is how the series runs on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The upcoming sixth-generation Pokémon franchise will see six confirmed new Pokémon, from land, sea, to sky.
It looks like there's bad news on the Samsung Galaxy S3 home front as Samsung is reportedly delaying the much-wanted Android 4.2.2 update for its 2012 flagship handset.
The Walking Dead: 400 Days introduces new characters to the game, how do they connect the first and second seasons together?
As the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) wraps up on Friday, news on the next Apple smartphones is making headlines.
Now that Mirror's Edge 2 is a reality, as unlikely as it may have seemed, fans are hungry for new information on the first-person parkour simulator. The freshman outing of the franchise resounded with gamers and fared well on the review circuit, but unfortunately did not sell enough to warrant an immediate follow-up. While the free-running aspect of the gameplay was widely lauded, the combat was viewed as the weakest part of the package.
A French website claims to have obtained new images of the next Apple smartphone, alleging to be from the assembly line from the Foxconn factory.
When Apple announced its new line of products at the World Wide Developers Conference Keynote Monday, developers and tech reporters had a lot of new information to sort through. Now that there's been some time for reflection on what was said, what was understated, and what wasn't said at all, there are a few unexpected consequences, intended by Apple or not, that appear to be emerging from the post-keynote fog. And some of these unforeseen outcomes may affect the jailbreaking community, cellular carriers, high-tech professionals, and Apple's future alike.
In addition to Google and Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter are also calling for clearance from the federal government to publish more details about the secret requests they received to hand over user data under the controversial Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (Fisa).
On the heels of a Super Smash Bros.' official unveiling for the Wii U at the E3 2013 Nintendo Direct, the publisher has released nearly one hundred screenshots of the various characters both in battle, and posing for the camera. Check out each one of them at Latinos Post
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 owners who expected to receive Android 4.2.2 sometime in June will have to deal with a delay in development, according to well-known Samsung-centric website SamMobile.