Showing articles about amazon firetv

by Jason Love 0
News
  • android
  • online
John Carmack in VR headset sold separately

[E3 2016] Friendly Update to Minecraft Allows for Cross-Platform Play

No Microsoft E3 conference would be complete without mention of the world-building juggernaut that is Minecraft. Last year they showed what could be possible with the HoloLens (whenever that materializes) and this year they're focusing more on the gaming together side of things. The new "Friendly Update" will allow PC (Windows 10 edition), mobile device, and VR players to all join and play in the same Realm.

by John Bardinelli 0
News
  • android
  • online
Bring a pet in your boat! AAHHH!

Minecraft: Pocket Edition Adds Skin Support, Fishing, Baby Zombies

You know how mobile ports of PC and console games always get left behind when it comes to new features? Minecraft: Pocket Edition players know what I'm talking about. The portable version of the block stacking game inches closer to parallel features for its PC counterpart, including fishing, skin support, and boats that hold a player and their pet. Aww!

by Enoch Starnes 0
News
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • android
  • playstation network
  • online
The Inevitable Port Has Finally Arrived

Terraria Announced for PS4 and Xbox One

Another year of our lives gone, another year closer to death, another port of Terraria.  Originally released on the PC, the now massive 2D action-adventure game has found its home on a plethora of devices.  Most recently, it's been announced that you and seven other co-op pals can now relive the experience of fighting a glowing, multi-armed space skull on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

by Taylor Killian 0
News
  • xbox live arcade
  • pc
  • android
  • playstation network
  • online
The ultimate goal is to bring unicorn slaughter to every conceivable platform.

Terraria Coming to Xbox One This Year

So you've made the leap to next gen and picked up an Xbox One, but find yourself longing for the 2d pixelated glory of yesteryear. Dry those tears, friend, for Terraria is coming to Xbox One sometime in late 2014! Now you can finally relive your fondest memories of battling winged eyeballs, constructing a magnificent castle, and filling your friend's castle completely to the brim with lava.

7 stories found