Durango: Wild Lands, an iOS and Android MMO taking place in prehistoric times, is available worldwide starting today.
It seems as though every gaming website has jumped all over the rumor of the next gen XBOX, codenamed: Durango, featuring an "always online, always connected" configuration. Coupling it with rumors of Microsoft's attempts at blocking used
The latest set of rumors comes to us from VGLeaks, and it was part of an article about project Durango's (code name for the next XBOX) XDK. While some of this information may seem a bit far
One of the jewel's of last year's E3 was the announcement of a brand-new intellectual property, Watch Dogs. Set in a dystopian, urban setting, the science-fiction demo seemed to take many cues from past Ubisoft games, and
One of the defining characteristics of video game journalism this year has been the onslaught of articles related to what journalists and consumers believe will be the particulars and specifics of the consoles of the next generation.
Durango isn't just the name of a Dodge line of pickup truck or Mexico's second least-densely populated state anymore. No, it's becoming increasingly apparent that it's the codename for Microsoft's next console, as reported by Vox Games.