Reviews on the Run
Professor Layton And The Azran Legacy Review
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
What’s Happening in Yoshi’s New Island?
Yoshi is back in Yoshi's New Island for the 3DS, so Shaun takes a closer look at the gameplay, graphics, and environments.
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
This LEGO: The Hobbit Trailer Has Dangerous Amounts Of Fun
The Hobbit is the latest in a seemingly endless series of properties taken on by Lego in effort to remind us to just calm down and have some fun with videogames again. What they might lack in mechanical depth and morally challenging plots, they make up for by taking us a
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
Deconstructing Lego The Hobbit
Jose heads to a plastic version of Middle-earth with Lego The Hobbit producer Nick Ricks to find out how they built the new game.
Apple Announces CarPlay
Apple wants to make it easier for drivers to think different while they’re behind the wheel. Apple has announced CarPlay, a new way to link your iPhone to the computer system in compatible cars. It’ll allow you to run iOS 7 right from your car’s dashboard displa
The New Toys Of Skylanders: Swap Force
Shaun gets his hands on the new toys that are coming to Skylanders: Swap Force, including Stink Bomb and Spy Rise.
Oscar Fever, Smartphone Obsession, and Collectibles Madness
Oscar fever has gripped both Scott and Vic. Symptoms: Fever, chills, and the sudden ability to do a passable impression of Ellen Degeneres. Scott and Vic discuss, in detail, two of their Oscar favorites: Spike Jonze's Her and Martin Scorcese's The Wolf Of Wall Street.
Lego: The Hobbit Launches April 8
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that Lego: The Hobbit will be available April 8 for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC, Wii U, Vita, and 3DS. TT Games' tie-in covers the first two movies (An Unexpected Journey and The Desolation of Smaug)
Mega Jump 2 Review
DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review
Samsung Galaxy S5 Announced
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S5, the next-generation of its flagship smartphone line. New device aims to help keep users fit by including a built-in heart rate monitor similar to the one found on the new Gear smart watches. If you're done working out and browsing
Samsung Announces New Galaxy Gear Smartwatches
Get ready for the next-generation of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch line. Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, two different models of the wearable device. They're both thinner and lighter than their predecessor, and battery life has also been improved.
Google Prototype Phone Creates 3D Maps of Your Surroundings
Google has found a new way to infiltrate your home. The tech giant has developed a prototype phone called Project Tango that can instantly create a 3D rendering of the world around you, and then track your movement within that space. This will allow mobile phones to d
On the Floor of Apps World 2014
Jose hits the floor of Apps World 2014 in San Francisco for a look at the coolest new mobile apps, games, and hardware.
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