Category - News

Horror Game Kholat PS4 Release Date and...

February 2nd, Bielsko-Biała, Poland – IMGN.PRO is very excited to announce that Kholat is finally coming to PS4! The most terrifying journey of your life will have its PSN release on March 8th this year. The date of this announcement is...

Original USS Enterprise Studio Model...

The Smithsonian Institute has begun what they call “Phase II” of their cataloging and restoration of the original USS Enterprise studio model – that is, the original model of the ship used on the 1966 TV show. The model has...

Path of Exile: Ascendancy Release Date

Auckland, New Zealand – February 2, 2016 – Grinding Gear Games, developer of the award-winning free-to-play action RPG Path of Exile, today announced that their latest expansion, Path of Exile: Ascendancy will be available on March...

Nordic Games Acquires Rights to Imperium...

Vienna/Austria, February 2nd, 2016 – The classic game IP imperium is on the brink of collapse, especially when it comes to preserving franchises which left their mark in video games history. In these dire times, a young and promising...

ROCCAT Introduces Ryos MK FX Gaming Keyboard

Hamburg, 2 February 2016 – The new ROCCAT Ryos MK FX represents the chance to opt for both style and performance when you search for the perfect weapon for your gaming arsenal. Purpose built for hardcore gamers, the Ryos MK FX is the most...

2016 Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice...

Santa Monica, Calif.–Feb. 2, 2016–Nickelodeon today announced the nominations for the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards, the ultimate fan celebration of the best of everything kids love in pop culture. The nominees reflect the entertainment that...

Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced...

February 1st, 2016 – Wroclaw, Poland / Today Techland released a statement to fans about the release dates of Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition. Dear fans, As we announced last week, Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced...

Quick Review: The DJI Osmo 4K Camera

Recently, DJI loaned us out one of their new Osmo 4K cameras for a brief evaluation period. At first, its $649 dollar price point scared us – especially considering that it depends on a smartphone app to control its recording functions...