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Fallout 4 Video Game Launch Event - Los Angeles, CA

'Fallout 4' Finally Hits PS4 With All New Mods and Game Fixes

Longtime "Fallout 4" fans are waking up to exciting news as game producer Bethesda said in a tweet that the latest update, Fallout 4 1.8, will hit consoles later this week. The new update will contain bug fixes and other game improvements, but most important of all: PlayStation 4 Mod Support, which enables gamers to modify and produce their own content. more

Super Mario Run

'Super Mario Run' Set To Hit iOs Devices Next Month

A generation of nostalgic gamers will receive an early Christmas present this year from Nintendo: The first official Super Mario mobile game, Super Mario Run, will be available on iOS devices by Dec. 15. While certain modes of the app can be played for free, unlimited game access will cost $9.99. more

F1 Grand Prix of Germany

Renault News Reveal: New Details Of Megane Sport Tourer Emerge

Renault unveiled the specs and full pricelist of its upcoming Megane model, the Sports Tourer estate, which is set to hit UK stores next month. Doing away with the excesses of its predecessors but keeping its signature engines, the more practical-bodied Megane can be bought starting at £18,550. more

View of the Alfa Romeo booth at the Coca-Cola Backyard BBQ hosted by Bobby Flay

Alfa Romeo Stelvio: Italian Luxury Car To Debut At LA Auto Show

Alfa Romeo is set to debut its third model for US markets at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the 2018 Romeo Stelvio, its crossover SUV follow-up to the Giulia. The brand is anticipating the Stelvio to make a big splash, hoping the Italian-produced luxury car will play a big role in boosting its global sales to 400,000 vehicles next year. more

NACTOY Finalists

NACTOY 2017: Meet The Finalists Competing For Truck And Utility Vehicle Of The Year

The auto industry's biggest prize, a win at the 2017 North American Car, Truck, and Utility of the Year (NACTOY), is now within reach for nine finalists announced at the Automobility LA conference on Wednesday. The finalists, three in each category, were heralded as the most worthy of a list of 30 semifinalists and will get their shot to win on January 9 at the North American International Auto Show. more

11 Free Apps

iPhone Apps For Free: Score 11 Paid Apps For A Limited Time Only

Some iPhone and iPad app developers seem to be feeling the Christmas spirit early: For whatever reason, 11 of them have made their normally-paid apps available to Apple users for free today, reported BGR. There is no guarantee how long the limited offers will last, so it's best to pounce now before they're reverted to their usual price. more

Nintendo Switch

Nintendo News: Switch Rumors Suggest A Cheaper-Than-Usual Console

Even though Nintendo promised to release full details of the Switch at a special event on Jan. 13 in Tokyo, it's done little to stop the swirl of speculation surrounding it. Most recently, Let's Play Video Games' Laura Kate Dale published a report saying the new console will be sold in the UK for £199.99, while a package that contains internal storage, and already comes with a game, will be sold at £249.99. more

NextEV Hypercar

NextEV News: Chinese Carmaker Gives Sneak Peak Of New Hypercar

NextEV has kept a lid on details surrounding its upcoming electric hypercar, set to stage its world premiere in London next week, but it appears even the Chinese carmaker couldn't stand the suspense. They released an image on Monday revealing the design of the hypercar's headlights, a month after it had been seen in the UK when it was tested. more

PlayStation 4

Bethesda Gives 'Fallout 4' Fans A Preview Of 125 New PS4 Mods And Counting

Even as Bethesda keeps eager fans in suspense for a little while longer, PlayStation 4 users can already get a sneak peek of the new "Fallout 4" PS4 mods in a list of 125 new mods released on Bethesda's official website. The changes, albeit small, will still have an overall impact on a Sony players' game experience, especially as the list of upcoming mods continues to grow. more

Xbox One

Six New Games To Celebrate First Year of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility, Are Even More In Store?

On the first-year anniversary of Xbox One Backwards Comptability, launched on Nov. 12, 2015, Microsoft has announced the release of six new titles to add to its growing list of more than 100 games that are now playable on Xbox One. The whole month of November has been devoted by the company to celebrating this milestone, and the promise of even more games to come has hooked in exciting fans. more

North American International Auto Show Held In Detroit

Toyota Corolla Altis Gets A Stylish 2017 Makeover

After three years on the market in its current generation, the Toyota Corolla Altis is getting a stylish makeover both inside and out to welcome the new year. Revamped LED lights, bumpers and 16-inch wheels are completemented by more user-friendly features like a rear-view camera, three USB ports and a 7-inch touchscreen. more

GTA 5 Online

Becoming A Millionaire On GTA 5 Online: Tips And Tricks

GTA 5 Online players who are looking to get rich are in for a treat, as famous YouTuber MrBossFTW unveiled three of the quickest, surest paths to millionaire, or even multi-millionaire, status. Players should be quick to act however as the No. 1 way to rack up significant numbers of GTA$ and reputation points (RP) is to make use of the special Deadline DLC-playlist event that allows players to earn double until November 21. more

Tokyo Game Show 2016 - Day 1

Final Fantasy 15 To Debut Two Upgraded Performance Modes

When Final Fantasy 15 hits the PS4 Pro this December, players will be able to choose between a 1080p 60 frames per second mode and a 4K mode that runs at 30 frames per second, an exciting development unveiled at the most recent Active Time Report live stream in Japan by game director Hajime Tabata. The new performance modes will usher in an age of Final Fantasy on the PS4 Pro that allows players to either kick the framerate up a notch or view the game's images at never-before-seen levels of sharpness and quality. more

Toyota's Big Switch

Will Toyota Be The Next Mass-Producer Of Electric Vehicles?

Japanese newspaper Nikkei reported on Monday that in a striking break from tradition, Toyota Motor Corp. is exploring the possiblity of mass-shipping long-range electric cars to the public by 2020. Despite competition like Nissan, Volkswagen and Tesla rallying behind electric vehicle production, Toyota has shown reluctance, sticking to its hydrogen fuel cell cars. more

Final Fantasy 7

'Final Fantasy 7' Remake Finally On Its Way, With One Big Change!

The long-awaited "Final Fantasy 7" Remake of the original 1997 game has triggered healthy amounts of excitement and speculation from longtime fans, and news of a whole new combat system is adding fuel to the fire. The new system's most glaring change may be giving players less control during battles in favor of greater action. more

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