March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Apple will reportedly reveal the iPhone X Plus this September, and it’ll be the biggest iPhone ever. Forbes reports the iPhone X Plus will sport a 6.2-inch edge-to-edge Retina display (OLED) instead of the rumored 6.5-inch screen with an LED display. The screen size will allegedly be similar to Samsung’s S9+, but wider and shorter. Apple is also set to make some minor changes to the iPhone X, including “adding new color options and integrating faster components.” Reports earlier this year suggested Apple is working three new iPhones for release later this year. The trio of smartphones reportedly include the large”phablet,” which is most likely the iPhone…

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Nintendo has released a Top 10 list of the best-selling indie games to hit the Switch. Nintendo revealed the list at a Nindies presentation at GDC, which IGN attended, and it includes complete global life-to-date sales up to March 5. The list follows: Steamworld Dig 2 (Check out IGN’s Steamworld Dig 2 review) Stardew Valley (Check out IGN’s Stardew Valley review) Kamiko Celeste (Check out IGN’s Celeste review) Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Update: Blizzard has announced that Brigitte is officially now live and playable for everyone on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The daughter of weapons designer, Torbjörn Lindholm, Brigitte is the 27th hero to join the Overwatch roster. Read on below for more details on all of her attacks. And if you’re looking to jump into the fray as Brigitte, check out IGN’s Overwatch wiki for Brigitte tips. After being available for play on the PTR, Brigitte is finally coming to competitive and quickplay modes. Blizzard announced today that Brigitte will be available to play on March 20 for all players after a period…

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Some Sea of Thieves users have experienced server issues with the game’s launch, but Rare said its working to settle things down so everyone can enjoy smooth sailing. Players have reported problems with missing items and gold when logging in. There’s also a problem where no gold or reputation is awarded once a quest is completed. At the moment, the only fix Rare has is “to exit to main menu and matchmake back into the game,” and it warns this fix may take multiple tries. As for the missing rewards, those haven’t gone adrift and will eventually show up again,…

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Nintendo held its latest Nindies Showcase today, revealing a wide array of new indie games for Nintendo Switch owners to look forward to in 2018. Here’s a rundown of the titles that were highlighted today during Nintendo’s 2018 Spring Nindies Showcase. Release: Fall 2018 A remastered version of Klei Entertainment’s side-scrolling stealth action game, Mark of the Ninja, will be released for Nintendo Switch this fall. For our thoughts on the original version, which launched for Xbox 360 in 2012, read IGN’s Mark of the Ninja review. Release: Summer 2018 Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Bandai Namco has announced a new title for iOS and Android. Dragon Ball Legends was unveiled at the company’s GDC presentation yesterday with the biggest feature being global, real-time PvP. A 3D, 3v3 fighting game, Legends has players control their chosen characters by tapping cards at the bottom of the screen. Dragon Ball Legends overseas producer, Toshitaka Tachibana, took to the stage to provide more details, describing the 3D gameplay as “heavily action oriented” and “exactly what the Dragon Ball fans wanted on a mobile app.” The global, real-time PvP is really the main event, allowing players from all over…

March 20, 2018 CuttingEdgeTech

Fortnite iOS launched last week and players spent $1 million on in-app purchases within the first 72 hours. According to data from Sensor Tower, the game has raked in over $1.5 million worldwide so far, which is impressive, considering the release has been limited to invite-only on iOS. Sensor Tower reports that, based on cosmetic in-app purchases alone, Fortnite has grossed around a third of the revenue that Pokemon Go earned in its first four days on iOS. Niantic managed to make $4.9 million in four days, so Fortnite’s numbers really aren’t too shabby. The game also topped the iOS charts…