Cited as one reason for NES Classic's seasonal release timeframe
Following the short-lived release of its sellout NES Classic console in November, Nintendo says it has “a lot going on right now” following the console’s largely successful reception.
Trailer in tow
After a teaser released earlier last week, Activision has now officially announced the new Call of Duty WWII, which is, as you could have guessed, is going back to its roots and the World War II scenario.
OK for babies though
Samsung is worried that people are going to feed their smartphone to their dog as a rather expensive chew-toy.
Getting Vulkan API support soon
According to Stardock, it appears that the developer is planning to release a Vulkan version of Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation in June.
Company has sold at least 2 million units since November
Nintendo has announced that it will stop producing the NES Classic next month following a rather short four-month release window from November 2016.