OnLive is a service that lets US customers play console games without having the hardware to do so themselves, by streaming it over a fast Internet connection.
Arcade gaming on the iPad might seem like a niche, but it’s actually rather popular. Right now the iCade is the way to play arcade
GameStop, one of the biggest game store chains in both the US and other countries, might start selling iOS devices soon. The word got out
It had to happen sooner or later. The Android ecosystem is an epic mess of badly thought out business models all in the name of
Peggle is one of those games that are so popular and timeless that sooner or later they will show up on any platform out there.
Theme park simulation was quite popular in the “old days”, and both Theme Park and Rollercoaster Tycoon are names that many remember from back then.
Cut the Rope is in my opinion the best casual game on the iPad. Unlike Angry Birds it doesn’t turn the player itself angry trying
Freemium games are hard to hate and hard to love. The concept of having a free (or close to free) base game with additional purchases
9mm, the eagerly awaited iOS/Android shooter, is now out on iOS (and possibly Android, though I couldn’t find it anywhere). I downloaded the $6.99 app