Unity 5, the next iteration of Unity Technologies' game development engine, has been introduced at the Game Developers Conference. With the update comes a roster of new features for the development of more advanced games. Unity 5 is up on the Unity Store now for pre-order, and with it comes the promise of better, more realistic games.
Before you can finish reading the title of this post and this sentence, The Cubestormer 3 Robot would have solved the Rubik’s Cube puzzle about three times or more. Bazinga! This is no prank, but the honest truth, and those who attended the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK, got a chance to catch the action live. For simple folks like us at home, we do have a YouTube video that shows you how the cube was solved in 3.253 seconds flat.
Titanfall has won the hearts of gamers far and wide, having launched after drumming up scores of excitement and teases. We recently reviewed the game, giving those who haven't taken the plunge yet a thorough look at what it offers. If you're running Mac OS X, don't pass it over: Titanfall could be coming to the Apple platform in the future.
It's that time again -- NPD's latest monthly console sales numbers are in, and with them comes some bragging rights for both Microsoft and Sony, though the latter of the two was named victor in terms of console sales. Microsoft is catching up, however, with the PlayStation 4 trumping the Xbox One by only 10-percent.
Over the weekend, Rovio teased "the most epic soft launch ever", an epic Angry Birds edition teased with a solid medieval theme and precious few (nary any) details. The folks at Kotaku have scored some additional details, and say the next game -- aptly named Angry Birds: Epic -- will be a turn-based RPG.
The game "Threes!" has been out for a few weeks on iOS for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, currently holding the coveted #14 spot in the iTunes Paid Apps popularity chart. Today the developers behind the app have released their Android build to the Google Play app store. This app costs a cool $1.99 at launch, after which it’s suggested that it may cost 3 times as much.
Early this morning, we reported that the Titanfall goodness would be more extensive than anticipated, with live-action content being promised under a collaboration between Respawn and Playfight. Fast-forward through the day, and the teaser trailer has been unlocked, giving a look at what is coming.