11/10/2011, Speaking at a college campus, EA Games’ president, Frank Gibeau, pretty much confirmed that there will be a Battlefield 4. Naturally with the success of the Battlefield series, along with their competition, Call of Duty, EA Games will without doubt want to extend the life of its franchise further by release a sequel to Battlefield 3, a game who managed to sell five million copies during its first weekend in […]
11/07/2011, If you own an NFC-enabled Symbian phone and you’re looking for some entertainment, why not take a break from Angry Birds and try something different instead? Nokia has just released NFC Games on the Beta Labs – a collection of games that require you to use the NFC functionality of your Nokia phone. But in addition to having the app and NFC phone, you’ll need a whole bunch of cards […]
10/25/2011, Minecraft fans out there, some of you guys might have been excited when Minecraft for the Xbox 360 was announced back in E3, and we’re sure that there are plenty of you guys out there who may have been hoping that it would also make its way over onto other consoles, such as the PlayStation 3 or the Nintendo Wii.
10/21/2011, For those who may or may not have enjoyed Final Fantasy XIV Online, it looks like despite the somewhat disastrous launch of the game, the development team is still going strong at it, attempting to make it work and improving it through various patches. It was all of these that eventually led to the PlayStation 3 version of the game being delayed. The good news is that Square Enix has […]
10/20/2011, Naturally when there is the PlayStation 3, there will be talks of a possible PlayStation 4, and if you’re looking forward to seeing it any time soon, you could be in for a long wait, as according to various reports, Sony will be focusing their efforts on the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita for the next couple of years to come.
10/19/2011, Fans of the Angry Birds game, if you just can’t get enough of the game, Rovio will be stepping things up this Halloween with the addition of a new bird, whose image can be seen partially on the Angry Birds Facebook page. It is unknown what this new bird’s ability is just yet, but it is expected to make an appearance in the game’s Halloween edition, which will be launched […]
10/18/2011, iOS users are probably familiar with the game Infinity Blade, with its sequel reportedly coming soon and optimized for the iPhone 4S. Well the good news is that if you’re not an iOS user and you want to get in on the hacking and slashing of the Infinity Blade, you may be in luck as the game has been reportedly installed onto an arcade machine and will be known as […]
10/17/2011, Fans of the Halo franchise are probably aware that the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is on its way, and that it will be getting Kinect functionality, but as to what that functionality entails remained a bit hazy until recently where 343 Industries revealed to players what they could expect from the game.
10/12/2011, For those who remember Duke Nukem 3D back in the day (not to be confused with the recent release of the Duke Nukem Forever game), the good news is that soon Android users will be able to relive those memories on their smartphones and tablets.
10/11/2011, Today, Zynga is launching 10 products that the company has been working on for some time. Zynga realizes that people are busy and on the move, but at the same time it knows that gaming is something that its customers really like. Zynga doesn’t aim to make the next “hit game” (think BF3 – although they would “love to” says Mark Pincus, Zynga’s CEO), but Zynga tries to create “socialness” […]
10/11/2011, WildTangent and T-Mobile today announced that the WildTangent Games service is going live for T-Mobile customers with Android devices. Designed for folks who don’t want to spend so much money on a game that they can finish in one day, or won’t touch more than once after purchasing, WildTangent gives mobile gamers the chance to play all the games they want – without intrusive adverts, or paying exorbitant costs. WildTangent […]
10/06/2011, Smell-a-vision is not a new concept, although as to how viable and how well adopted it will be remains to be seen. Deciding that adding a smell factor to our television viewing experiences is the way to go for the future, French company Olf-action has designed a device called the SMELLIT, which will provide various aromas to fill your nostrils while you watch your movies and even when you play […]
09/30/2011, We had previously reported on the rumors that Apple may be discontinuing the iPod Classic and iPod Shuffle. Given how long those products have been in the cycle and how everything seems to be moving towards touch screens these days, we can’t say that we’re surprised. Now the rumor is starting to gain a bit of traction and credibility as it seems that Apple has removed a section from the […]
09/27/2011, Fitness enthusiasts will probably tell you that keeping an eye out on your heart rate is one of the ways to see how hard, and how well you are pushing yourself during a workout. Keeping a low heart rate before surgery is also important, and this iOS game, “I Heart Jellyfish” by Ayogo Games seems to have combined the technique of keeping a steady heartbeat together with a game.