Like many gamers, I’ve recently become utterly engrossed in the role-playing adventure, Monster Hunter 4. It’s a challenging and demanding title that encourages shared experiences via its excellent co-op mode where people hunt monsters together in small groups.
Video games, like every other form of entertainment, are a subjective experience.
Twitter is reorganising its European management team following the return of its advertising boss Ali Jafari to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco in June 2015.
At first sight you may think that something so beautiful couldn’t possibly have substance. Ori and the Blind Forest is so lovingly drawn, so full of light and colour, so deeply layered with scenic detail, that you suspect the developers will want to take you by the hand to ensure you see it all.
Hewlett-Packard is in talks to reach a legal settlement with the British accounting firm Deloitte for its part in an alleged $5bn ($3.37bn) fraud at British accounting firm Autonomy.
Popular mobile game Crossy Road has released a “UK & Ireland” update featuring 17 new characters based on familiar figures from the British Isles.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners can now download their extra free games for April, with more on the way later in the month.
There aren’t many second acts in the digital world, but Myspace seems to be making a comeback.
Facebook tracks the web browsing of everyone who visits a page on its site even if the user does not have an account or has explicitly opted out of tracking in the EU, extensive research commissioned by the Belgian data protection agency has revealed.
This year’s Call of Duty World championship had 32 teams (that’s 128 players) competing for gaming glory – and a $1m prize pot – in downtown Los Angeles.