One of the coolest aspects of Pokémon GO has always been its use of augmented reality, whether it’s snapping a quick photo of a digital pocket monster in the real world or trying to capture one (or both).
Have you heard of this thing called Fortnite? It sure does seem pretty popular!
The holiday season is in full swing, and Epic is helping to celebrate within the Fortnite universe.
It’s been a busy week for Epic, but it turns out that if you were a fan of the Infinity Blade’s presence within Fortnite Battle Royale, it’s not all good news.
Epic Games recently removed the Infinity Blade series from the App Store in its entirety, but it looks like the titular blade from the mobile game will live on.
LEGO is no stranger to artificial intelligence and bridging the digital world with the physical, bringing its blocks and characters into a mixture of both.
One of the biggest benefits of Fortnite Battle Royale is the fact that when Epic Games releases an update, it’s available across platforms — even iOS.
Gone Home originally launched in 2013 and is developed by The Fullbright Company. It’s available on a variety of platforms, and just so happens to be a remarkable video game that tells a heartfelt story of discovery.
Tony Hawk is a legendary skateboarder who also happens to have a remarkably recognizable brand when it comes to popular video games from years past, and now he has a brand new title coming to mobile devices next week.