a review for iPad By Joshua Ryan De Bets
This wacky, humorous gaming app is perfect for any Simpson fan, but learn the pros and cons of this game before playing it.
By Joshua Ryan DeBets
Riding high back in 2008, Sony's PS4 has suffered from declining sales ever since with mobile competition. Could the game console be a dying breed, or can Sony bring it back to life with upgrades?
By Joshua Ryan De Bets
The electronic gaming industry is taking video games to a whole new level with tournaments offering million dollar payoffs.
By Steven Ruygrok ... via Examiner.com
Female gaming designer, Kim Swift, takes an active stance on giving women in the industry a voice. She stresses the importance of paving the way for the generations to come.
By Brent Rose... via Gizmodo.com
Nike and Microsoft have teamed up for a high powered, adrenaline pumping workout program. Why pay for a gym membership, when you can get a personal trainer for a mere $50.00. Coming Christmas 2012.
By Christopher Brown...via Allgame.com
Ubisoft is back with this epic struggle between the Assassins and the Templars. Here's a sneak peek of what's to come this Fall 2012 with Assassin's Creed III: Ubiworkshop Edition.
By Doug MacMillian ... via Bloomberg.com
Big Fish Casinos has developed a new app for iPhones that allows real money bets. The new games are perfect for the gambler on the go.
By Matthew Bander
Take a look at the latest video game, Day Z, and see what has zombie enthusiast anxious to play the game!
By Dan Ackerman and Libe Goad ... via Spin
Christmas comes early for gamers as the Los Angeles Electronic Art launches June 4-7 2012. The four day trade show features a preview of “new video games, game consoles, and accessories." Examples include Nintendo’s new Wii console, a multimedia Xbox 360, and Halo 4 that will certainly make any seasoned veteran “gamegasm.”
By Matthew Bander
Finally, the Elder Scrolls is online. This long awaited development has fans frothing at the mouth and clutching wads of cash in preparation for this exciting release.
By Ryan Whitwam ... via Geek.com
So you have a phone that recognizes your face and computer that knows your fingerprints. How about a game controller that knows the smooth caress of your hands better than any other?
By Jared Newman ... via PCWord.com
Nine years after Microsoft launched Xbox Live, and five years after Sony launched the Playstation Network, Nintendo announced that it’s building its own online service, called the Nintendo Network.
By Alan Ng ... via Product-Reviews.com
We have some exciting news for future PS Vita owners now, as further goodness may be on the way to you at the end of the year. Tekken X Street Fighter has been confirmed for consoles already, but we could be seeing the game on Sony’s new handheld system as well.
Video games are no longer just for kids, but are now billion-dollar tentpole events. And creating videos is no longer just for people who can afford the expensive equipment. Freddie Wong is sort of the poster child for self-taught video creators online.
By Ben Parfitt ... via MCVuk.com
Activision has named a number of entertainment and retail stats demonstrating the monstrous success that is record breaker Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.