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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Excited For PlayStation Now?

    Sony's taking a new approach to backwards compatibility with PlayStation Now, a new streaming gaming service that will allow you to play titles from past generations of PlayStation on a variety of devices. This is the service Sony has been working on since it acquired Gakai and, judging by the announcement... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Streaming Games on Demand Service PlayStation Now

    Sony's cloud-based service has an official name - and is coming to a variety of devices, including PlayStation 4, Bravia TVs, and tablets. Sony's Andrew House made the announcement at the company's CES press conference. The service, titled PlayStation Now, will feature games from the original... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On A Mobile Battlefield Game

    The implementation of a mobile app for Battlefield 4's Commander mode was just the tip of the iceberg, says EA Labels president Frank Gibeau. In a new interview with the New York Times , Gibeau said the company is working on a "high-end' Battlefield mobile project of a scale we haven't... More
  • Blog Post: Wikipad Offers A New Way To Play Android Games

    Enjoy playing Android tablet games, but wish you had a more traditional controller in your hand, maybe the Wikipad is for you. The new tablet with detachable gamepad controls comes out October 31. The tablet will be priced at $499, and those who pre-order the machine through Game Stop will also receive... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Alliance Launches Jack Lumber For iOS

    Sega's new mobile publishing wing, Sega Alliance, released its first game today. Jack Lumber, developed by Owlchemy Labs, is a clever variation on the gameplay of the mobile blockbuster Fruit Ninja. The game uses cartoonish graphics to tell the tale of Jack Lumber, a tree-cuttin' man who's... More
  • Blog Post: Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge

    The tech giant is partnering with the Guinness Book of World Records at E3 for a contest that will challenge 50 gamers to play tablet games for 26 hours straight. The Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge happen during the annual gaming convention and is being held to promote Qualcomm's Snapdragon... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Streaming On Android Tablets

    During its press conference at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Nvidia proved the power of its new quad-core Tegra chipset and its Ice Cream Sandwich platform by playing Bethesda’s Skyrim on an Asus Android tablet. Confused by all those tech savvy words? We’ll say it again. Nvidia... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Lays Off 30 From uDraw Team

    The consumer market is hard. Sometimes people make money, and sometimes people end up udrawing a pink slip from their inbox. THQ recently laid off several members of its Play THQ development team in Agoura Hills. We reached out to a THQ spokesperson and received the following statement: Due to weaker... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop Plans To Accept Trade-Ins And Resell Apple iOS Portable Devices

    If you're looking to ditch an outdated iPod or iPhone -- or buy an older model at a discounted price -- you'll soon be able to do so at video game retailer GameStop. According to a report at the website 9to5mac , GameStop will begin offering all models of iPhones, iPads, and iPods at its stores... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop To Create Gaming Tablet?

    In an interview with CNBC, GameStop president Tony Bartel revealed that the game retailer intends to begin selling tablets equipped for purchase of digital games through its newly acquired Impulse digital distribution channel or streaming them through the company's Spawn Labs service. Bartel did... More
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