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Daniel McCall


Daniel has been an avid gamer for over 20 years, and his passion for gaming and the industry behind it inspired him to write about his favorite hobby five years ago. After starting his own website, Daniel moved on to work for popular fighting game website iPlayWinner before settling down with The Inquisitr, where he writes on gaming and other topics. Email: DanielM@Inquisitr.com

‘Mr. Robot’ Impressions: Episode 1.0

Mr Robot episode 1

It’s difficult to make real hacking something entertaining on the silver screen, or any screen for that matter – and yet within the first few minutes of the series’ first episode, Mr. Robot showed vigilante hacker Elliot completely dismantling a business owner whose illegal activities were downright disgusting. Thanks in no small part to the… Read more »

‘Mortal Kombat X': Predator Will Soon Be A Playable Fighter

MKX Predator DLC

Mortal Kombat X‘s next DLC character, Predator, will be making — his? its? — way to PC and consoles this week, developer NetherRealm recently announced. On top of that, Klassic Fatalities, previously paid options, will now be free for all players. More specifically, Predator will join the Mortal Kombat X roster tomorrow, July 7, GameSpot… Read more »

‘Marvel Heroes 2015’ Review: Second Time’s The Charm?


Last year the developers over at Gazillion Entertainment, headed up by Diablo veteran David Brevik, launched their free-to-play action RPG / MMO hybrid, Marvel Heroes. The game received largely mixed reviews by the press, many of which stated that the game’s lack of polish — and depth — held it back from being a serious… Read more »

‘Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs’ Review: Unfamiliar Territory


Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the first in what would eventually become a franchise from a small, relatively unknown developer (Frictional Games), was arguably one of the most terrifying video games ever made. It gave you a sense of helplessness; there were evil creatures that roamed the unfamiliar halls of the mansion your protagonist found himself… Read more »

‘Mineshaft’ From Machinima Is John Shaft Meets ‘Minecraft’ [Video]


When you’ve got ne’er-do-wells running around your Minecraft world stealing all of your precious Diamonds and your embarrassingly large collection of Ender Pearls, you know there’s only one person to call to set things right. Yep, we’re talking about Shaft. Mineshaft, that is. “Mineshaft” is a new fan film featured on Machinima Prime’s YouTube Channel… Read more »

Xbox 360 To Allow Self-Publishing As Early As Next Month [Report]


Microsoft threw a bit of a curveball earlier this week when it announced that the Xbox One would allow for self-publishing, and that all units would be able to function as development kits – meaning that, in theory, anyone with enough drive, time, and money can put their game on the service. Now it seems… Read more »

‘Ultra Street Fighter IV': Capcom Looking To Buff Unused Characters


Ultra Street Fighter IV won’t be just adding new characters and stages – Capcom promised during its reveal that each character in the current roster would be tuned, and now we have an idea of what sort of balancing the developer has in mind for the returning characters. In an interview with Siliconera, Matt Dahlgren,… Read more »

Eidos Montreal Founder Bails Due To ‘Irreconcilable’ Differences With Square Enix


Stephane D’Astous, the founder and general manager of Eidos Montreal, has resigned from his position at the company, Polygon reported earlier today, citing “irreconcilable” differences with the studio’s parent company, Square Enix. “Since last year’s financial short-coming performance of Square Enix Europe, we (HQ London and GM Eidos Montreal) have had growing and divergent opinions… Read more »

‘Battlefield 4’ Singleplayer Details Reveal Your Enemy


The footage we’ve seen of Battlefield 4, most of which has been mostly focused on multiplayer, suggested that China would play some sort of major role in the game’s singleplayer campaign. As it happens, that is the case – in fact, China will be the enemy. Sort of. It gets complicated. In a recent post… Read more »

Apple Considering Buying Company Behind Xbox 360’s Kinect Sensor? [Report]

Kinect 2.0

Apple is looking into purchasing Israeli tech firm PrimeSense, the company whose 3D sensor is responsible for Microsoft’s Kinect sensor for the Xbox 360. The price? $280 million, reportedly. This is all according to a report from Israeli publication Cataclist. The report claims that Apple is looking to purchase the company to include the firm’s… Read more »

Xbox One Can Play Games That Are Being Downloaded


We already knew that Microsoft’s Xbox One console will allow you to play a disc-based game while it installs in the background – which is apparently required – but now it has also been confirmed that you will be able to play a game while it’s still downloading. The confirmation comes from a Microsoft representative… Read more »