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Gameloft modifies DRM policies

05/18/2011, Gameloft, one of the biggest names in mobile gaming has been heavily criticized due to its archaic DRM policies. Users who downloaded their games weren’t allowed to easily redownload them in the event that they upgraded their devices. It would...

Sony PlayStation Network Welcome Back program games revealed

05/16/2011, Over the weekend, we reported about the Sony Online Entertainment network returning online with a “Welcome Back” package for its users. A couple of weeks ago we also reported about the Welcome Back program for PlayStation Network users,...

Xperia Play games not selling, Sony Ericsson not worried

05/11/2011, While the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (PlayStation Phone for those of you still in the dark) has yet to hit our shores, the Android handset has already been released in other parts of the world. But a quick check on the PSOne classic games being sold on the...

ESRB ratings to be handled by computer

04/18/2011, In order to prevent games from being delayed due to the lack of a video game rating by the ESRB, it looks like those problems are going to be a thing of the past. The ESRB has announced that they will be making use of computers to give video games their...

Nintendo Wii 2 launching this spring?

04/06/2011, Now we all know that Nintendo won’t be releasing any in-house developed games this spring, but what does it all mean? In an interesting analysis posted up on Kotaku, Nintendo’s drought of games might actually be the opposite of their...

Hasbro MY3D available April 3

03/31/2011, The MY3D binoculars that allows viewers to experience 3D content on their iPhones was unveiled late last year. The handheld binoculars-like toy has now been given a release date and a confirmed price, and details about the MY3D-compatible apps have been...

Xperia Play Games Could Cost as Much as $15

03/24/2011, The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is coming next month in the U.S., but what about the games? How much are you willing to pony up to play old PlayStation 1 games and new downloadable games on the Android-powered smartphone/gaming handheld device? No more than...

Nintendo doesn’t want games from “garage developers”

03/21/2011, In a recent interview Nintendo America had with Gamasutra, the gaming company mentioned that they don’t want to work with “garage developers.” Obviously poking fun at the plethora of horribly coded and un-fun games that can be found on...

Metacritic Now Including iOS Game Reviews

03/21/2011, Gamers are a rough crowd to please. What games are considered gaming? Only games like Super Mario, Halo and Mass Effect? What about simple but addictive games like Angry Birds? Popular game review aggregator Metacritic is officially adding iOS games into...

Google guesses release dates

03/18/2011, Google has recently made their search engine a little smarter. Now when you search for the title of a game or a movie, and you include the phrase “release date” at the end of it, Google will try to tell you the release date of the movie or...

Upcoming Thor and Captain America games to be in 3D

03/18/2011, Is 3D gaming about to take off in a big way this year? Some folks sure do hope so. Nintendo has recently launched their 3DS – a glasses-free 3D gaming console, and the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 started supporting 3D TVs not too long ago. Well this...

Angry Birds head developer says consoles are “dying”

03/14/2011, Looks like another case of deluded opinions from people in the mobile gaming industry – Peter Vesterbacka, the head developer of Angry Birds at Rovio recently stated at SXSW that console games are dying and that mobile phones and tablets are the future...