Creatures that go bump in the night, beware: Van Helsing lives. But just how “incredible” are the monster hunter’s adventures, especially if he isn’t played by Hugh Jackman? Continue reading “TGN – Playdate: Slashing through ‘The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing’”
Bethesda Softworks is opening up its closed alpha test, but sign up quick: it’s first-come, first-served.
Your Xbox’s Kinect sensor could keep X-ray scan radiation to a minimum.
You don’t want to stand in front of an X-ray machine for any longer than necessary, and scientists have found a clever way to make that happen: theKinect sensor you might have picked up with your Xbox. Their technique has the depth-sensing camera measuring both motion and the thickness of your body to make sure that doctors get a high-quality shot using as little radiation as possible. That’s particularly important for kids, who can be sensitive to strong X-ray blasts.
Indivisible has achieved its $1.5m crowdfunding goal.
The current tally comes to $1,595,461 across 25,974 backers. There are still 57 hours left in the campaign too (it closes at 8am UK time Saturday). If it reaches $1.65m the developer will add another hour of music by Hiroki Kikuta. Continue reading “TGN – Indivisible picks up steam on Indiegogo, gets an extension”
WB Games Montreal is currently hiring for two new DC Comics-based games. Continue reading “TGN – Batman: Arkham Origins dev is hiring for two more DC Comics games”
Ivory Tower’s ode to the open road is an underrated gem, but this fiddly expansion still can’t advance its MMO aspirations. Continue reading “TGN – The Crew: Wild Run review”
Digital Foundry posted a video mash-up yesterday of Star Wars Battlefront versus Return of the Jedi, splicing together sections of Speeder Bike footage from both game and film such that it was hard to tell the difference. Continue reading “TGN – Burnout studio Criterion helped make Star Wars Battlefront’s Speeders”
Only One week after launching worldwide, Halo 5: Guardians has made history as the biggest Halo launch and fastest-selling Xbox One exclusive game to-date, with more than $400 million in global sales of Halo 5: Guardians games and hardware, pushing the franchise to over $5 billion lifetime. With the highest week one attach rate for a Microsoft first party title on Xbox One, the game was the most played of any game on Xbox One, as well as the most played on Xbox Live.