The lights are on
You may want to bone up on your Secrets of the Deep skills.
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.
Have you been dying to know when Vatra Games' action platformer is going
to come out? Well, prepare to be put out of your misery, because Konami
has finally announced an official release date.
The Ubisoft downloadable title will be out to XBLA fans sooner rather than later.
If you’re still downloading, Activision has more goodness for you from Queen, Avenge Sevenfold, Disturbed, and Shinedown.
SpikySnail's destructive indie sensation is coming to Xbox Live Arcade,
and will be playable at PAX Prime in Seattle at the end of the month.
Comic Jumper (shown) and 'Splosion Man developer Twisted Pixel is working on two new games which we should hear more about soon.
Lifelike is a visual and auditory experience that allows users to
experiment with sounds using PlayStation Move and PlayStation Eye for
their own unique musical creations.
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.
Xbox Live received a big overhaul yesterday, and many indie devs aren't happy with where they've ended up.
If you didn't know, Apple has a tablet computer called the "iPad." It's
kind of a big deal. So big, in fact, that Telltale Games, the adventure
game whizzes behind such franchises as Sam & Max, Jurassic Park, and
Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, says that Apple's iOS
platforms are quickly becoming one of the company's biggest priorities.
The water effects are impressive, but how is the rest of the XBLA exclusive?