The lights are on
We won't be getting very many huge retail releases in the month of
December, which means it's the perfect month to spend some time with a
puzzling downloadable game. Sony has smartly planned ahead and will be
releasing the brain-bending Echochrome II on December 21.
Gaijin Games is making a title for Nintendo's upcoming handheld, and the company has hinted at a release date.
The already-released Motorstorm title, Pacific Rift, is getting some 3D (and 2D) flavor courtesy of a PSN download.
Swarm creator Dr. Mike Hayward explains how to move, huddle, jump, and stack your horde of fearless blue minions.
Just because users of the iPhone 3G can update to the new iOS 4.1 when
it comes out today (hopefully), it doesn't mean they'll be able to take
full advantage of all of the features -- namely Apple's answer to Xbox
Live, Game Center.
The last week of January brings another batch of downloadable titles – we've got the low-down.
Harmonix's independent music service will be expanding to support new Rock Band 3 features.
The popular Flash game is making its way to the major console download services, and this quirky platformer is worth a look.
If you’ve played Popcap’s critical and commercial masterpiece Plants vs
Zombies, you’re probably itching for the HD Remix to hit XBLA.
If you pick up Thongs of Virtue during launch week, you'll get some free goodies. In related news, it's launch week!
In Episode 2: Get Tannen, Marty McFly must travel back in time to
correct alterations to the time stream, and save his town from an
oppressive mob rule. Fortunately, I don’t feel a need to travel back in
time and stop myself from playing this nostalgic romp.