Today, in the US and select international markets, Xbox joins forces with fan favorite snack Doritos and energy beverage Rockstar Energy Drink to unveil special edition packaging featuring iconic game franchises from the world of Xbox.
What were you doing in 1997? Take yourself back. We can tell you what we were doing… playing instant RTS classic, Age of Empires! 25 years ago, with a distinctive “Rogan?” the first villager was born and the empire began. The game that began it all is having a big birthday and we’re not going to let that milestone go unmarked. From failed boar lures to the most impressive wonder victories, there’s a lot to celebrate!
Whilst we imagine there’s a legion of Elden Ring fans desperate for FromSoftware to release some DLC for the potential game of the year contender, it looks like the Tokyo-based developer could be working on a new IP.
The new rotating 55” Odyssey Ark Gaming Monitor prepares you for victory and minimizes disruptions. Features like 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time help you achieve peak performance, while Cockpit Mode and Eclipse lighting immerse you in the game by creating the perfect display. Learn more about the Odyssey Ark and level up your game on a 1000R curved screen.
This week, in one of the biggest leaks in videogame history, a GTAForums user by the name of “teapotuberhacker” posted 90 videos from a test build of Grand Theft Auto 6. Gameplay scenes include a waffle shop robbery, some Vice City locations, and two playable characters. The clips have been shared and eventually made their way onto YouTube, Twitter, Reddit, and other sites. The hacker also claims to have stolen GTA 5 and 6 source code.
We’re witnessing a new malicious mass-mailing campaign aimed at company employees using Agent Tesla spyware attachments. This time, when creating their e-mail messages, the attackers pay special attention to detail — so that their messages can really be mistaken for regular business e-mails with attached documents. Their final goal is to trick the recipient into opening the attached archive to then execute the malicious file.