Entertainment

How Digital Gaming In India Is Growing Up Into A Billion-Dollar Market

Participants at the 2018 DreamHack video gaming festival in Leipzig, Germany. India is one of the top five countries for mobile gaming in the world, and online gamers base in the country is estimated to become 310 million by 2021. (Photo credit by Getty Images) The Indian digital gaming industry is growing rapidly, with behemoths like Alibaba backed-Paytm, Tencent, Youzu and Nazara investing in ... Read More »

Jon Hopkins Teases New Music

Jon Hopkins has shared a four-minute video trailer featuring new music. You can watch it above. The animated clip, which is titled ‘Trailer 2018’, gives fans a chance to hear the first new material from the producer since 2015, and comes five years on from the release of his last studio album, Immunity. “I’m so happy to share some brand new ... Read More »

As Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ roars, here’s how DC’s ‘dark and turgid’ movies can play catch up

Source: Marvel A panther just mauled the box office competition, and some suggest its next victim might be an upstart superhero movie operation. The record-breaking debut of Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” further cemented the superhero movie maker’s dominance over Hollywood. Yet Marvel’s counterpart, Warner Brothers’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU), has some serious catching up to do—especially after last year’s “Justice ... Read More »

10 Hollywood movies on black people

A still of ‘Black Panther’. New Delhi: Marvel’s superhero film Black Panther, which is currently storming the global box office, is noteworthy for its all-black star cast and emphasis on Afrofuturism, a philosophy that studies the intersection of Afro-American culture with technology. Here are 10 other Hollywood films focused on black people. The Color Purple (1985): The Steven Spielberg film depicts the issues ... Read More »

Developers ‘Have the Choice’ to Allow Xbox One Keyboard and Mouse Support: Microsoft

HIGHLIGHTS Microsoft leave it up to developers to allow keyboard and mouse support It cites user accessibility and developer empowerment for this stance Some users feel that keyboard and mouse use in Xbox One games is cheating While native Xbox One keyboard and mouse support is yet to be revealed, that hasn’t stopped some from using third-party adapters to allow for keyboard and mouse ... Read More »

How FIFA Inspired God of War’s Combat

HIGHLIGHTS God of War’s combat is designed to be ‘non-deterministic’ The game should have puzzles that aren’t as difficult as past titles God of War is out on April 20 PS4-exclusive God of War release date is April 20. In the lead up to that God of War Creative Director Cory Barlog has let slip what to expect from the game. He ... Read More »

Kingdom Come: Deliverance PC Visuals Have Been Downgraded: Report

HIGHLIGHTS Kingdom Come: Deliverance doesn’t look as good as it did in its beta Foilage and details as well as lighting are lacking This comes after the game launched to mixed reviews Open-world role-playing game Kingdom Come: Deliverance has released to mixed reviews on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. And while the game has sold over 500,000 units on PC, it appears ... Read More »

‘Riverdale’ Star KJ Apa Cast in New Romantic Comedy

Riverdale‘s KJ Apa is heading back to the big screen. Deadline reports that Apa has joined the cast of Gulfstream Pictures’ romantic comedy, The Last Summer. Apa, who plays Archie on The CW’s Archie Comics-based drama series, will play the fil’s lead role, Griffin. The Last Summer follows a group of high school graduates whose lives intersect in Chicago over the summer before ... Read More »

You Can Now Stream ‘Your Name’ Legally

One of the most talked about anime last year, Your Name is finally available for fans to stream legally in the United States. The full movie, complete with English subtitles, is available for rent or purchase on Google Play. The film is also available with either subtitles or a full English language dub for rental or purchase on Amazon as well. If ... Read More »

Burnout developers Criterion are working on an original game focused on melee combat

Criterion are best known as the makers of Burnout (rest in peace) and some of the more recent Need for Speed titles, but lately they’ve been working quietly in the background of EA to support development of titles like Battlefield Hardline and Battlefront II. Now it seems they’re working on a brand new title again, and before you ask – ... Read More »