The lights are on
I got my hands on TxK, the successor to the Atari Jaguar’s Tempest 2000, during a recent Sony event and played through the first few psychadelic challenges.
Two appropriately scary games are available for download today just in time for Halloween.
With PAX just around the corner we can expect to hear a few exciting
video game announcement. Ubisoft has jumped the gun already and has
started to tease that it will be revealing a new downloadable game for
Xbox Live and PSN called Outland.
Gyromancer is a simplistic puzzler backed up by great production values and polished gameplay.
Today Zen Studios revealed the release date of its new Ms. Splosion
Man table for Pinball FX 2, and debuted a trailer of Ms. Splosion Man
doing what she does best. Blowing stuff up.
Klei Entertainment says it's aware of the issue and that it's trying to resolve it.
A few weeks ago,
the NPD Group released a study stating that in the first half of 2010
digital sales of PC games were higher than physical sales. Those
numbers were clarified a little bit today during a GDC Online panel.
The team has posted a countdown timer on its site leading up to the big announcement next week.
This puzzle interpretation of the classic Castlevania: Symphony of the
Night just came out on iPhone and iPod touch. But is it worth your five
bucks? Game Informer goes hands-on to find out.
The water effects are impressive, but how is the rest of the XBLA exclusive?
Get a glimpse into the creation of a downloadable game with this video
of Haunted Temple's great-looking new strategy game.
Comic Jumper (shown) and 'Splosion Man developer Twisted Pixel is working on two new games which we should hear more about soon.