Studio Visit to a Secret Location
Secret Location is the name of the development studio behind mobile games and apps based on big franchises like Continuum, so Shaun found out where they are to pay them a visit.
Game Of Thrones App Reviews
First Trailer for Amazon’s Sev Zero
Here's the first trailer for the third-person shooter Sev Zero, an exclusive title created by Amazon Game Studios for the new Amazon Fire TV game console/streaming box. The box costs $99 and the game will set you back $6.99, but it's free to anyone who buys the $40 Amazo
Amazon Fire TV Announced
It's basically a game console!
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Has Launched
Because Titanfall and Dark Souls II weren't enough new games to play today, Blizzard has surprised everyone by releasing the final version of their digital card battle game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. It's available now on the PC and Mac, with the iOS version set to
Tales from the Borderlands Gets New Details at SXSW Panel
Game makers Gearbox Software and Telltale Games recently held a panel at the SXSW festival where they announced new details about Tales from the Borderlands. In the video, we hear from Telltale's Harrison Pink and Kevin Bruner, along with Gearbox's Matthew Armstrong and
Making Mobile Games with Ludia
Marissa heads to Ludia, the company behind mobile games based on big franchises like Jurassic Park and Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
The Walking Dead Getting Another Game
The zombies of The Walking Dead are spreading once again. AMC has announced that a new game based on the hit comic and TV franchise is being built for smartphones and tablets. It's not being handled by developer Telltale Games, the studio behind the episodic Walking D
Top 100 Games #49: Rush Out To Play This Tower Defence Title!
Kingdom Rush comes in at #49 in our Top 100 Games.
Twitch Coming to Mobile Games
The Twitch streaming service is coming to mobile games for the first time. New development tools have been released that allow game makers to enable live broadcasting and capturing of iOS and Android titles, similar to what can already been done on the PC and consoles. There's no word yet on what specific mobile games will be supported, but expect more details soon. There is already a Twitch mobile app, but it only allows you to watch games and not broadcast them. Twitch has more than 45 million users worldwide, and that number will go up when the service finally comes to the Xbox One on March
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