FoxNext president Salil Mehta confirms that the a division of 20th Century Fox is currently working on a multiplayer VR game based on the Alien film franchise.
Bethesda parent company, ZeniMax Media, files a lawsuit against Samsung, claiming the Samsung Gear VR headset was created using ZeniMax’s intellectual property.
As gaming technology continues to make drastic leaps in performance, so too do the monitors displaying these achievements – and the Samsung CFG70 is one of the best.
Following the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 controversy, in which the phone explodes and catches fire, Oculus removes virtual reality support with its Gear VR headset.
A modification for Grand Theft Auto 5 allows gamers to replace sticky bombs with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, poking fun at the phone’s explosive issues.
Microsoft announces that the Samsung Gear VR will support the new Xbox One controllers via bluetooth, a feature coming soon to Minecraft: Gear VR Edition.
Sony announces plans to make their PlayStation Now service available on Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.
New reports suggest that consumer models of the Oculus Rift could release sometime next Summer and potentially as early as April 2015.
Samsung and Oculus unveil the Galaxy VR, a new self-contained VR headset that uses a Galaxy Note 4 as a screen.
In the September 19-25 wrap-up, we talk World of Warcraft, Nintendo pricing, Batman’s face, PlayStation Home shooters, Star Wars: The Old Republic release and more!