Posts Tagged "Mobile Games"

Mobile Games Beginners Guide: Gaming 101

Mobile Games Beginners Guide: Gaming 101

Alexander Graham Bell was a visionary, but it’s not likely that, even in his wildest dreams, he ever foresaw the telephone evolving into a multi-use tool. Our phones aren’t simply for communication anymore: we also use them for research, video recordings, and for getting us out of the woods when we’ve had too much to drink and wandered a bit too far into the wilderness. We also use our phones to play games, and said games have gone far beyond the...

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Free Video Game Book: Music Games Rock

Free Video Game Book: Music Games Rock

It’s finally here! Four years in the making, we’re proud to announce the release of our latest free video game book, Music Games Rock: Rhythm Gaming’s Greatest Hits of All Time. Downloadable free at www.MusicGamesRock.com, the book is a complete guide to the music and rhythm gaming genre’s past, present and future, and explains the meteoric rise and fall of games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Charting hundreds of the field’s biggest...

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Is There Still Hope for the Xperia Play?

Is There Still Hope for the Xperia Play?

Remember the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play smartphone? You can be forgiven if its existence has slipped out of your mind over the past few months. Sony’s Android phone, which has a special emphasis on gaming (especially retro PSOne games), has existed in North America since April 2011, but hasn’t made a big impact on a very busy, very big market. Sony realizes that the Xperia Play hasn’t made much of an imprint on the smartphone scene, and it hopes to...

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Big Game Studios: Headed for Extinction?

Big Game Studios: Headed for Extinction?

At the dawn of 2011, Disney Interactive Studios initiated a round of layoffs. Then another round in March. Even now, as spring shakes off the cruel chill of the post-Christmas season, Disney Interactive Studio’s problems mount: The Mouse has taken the axe to 100 employees (how’s that for a mental image?) at Black Rock Studios, the developers behind the 2010 racing title Split/Second. Sometimes it seems like we hear more about the cuts and layoffs coming...

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Nintendo 3DS Slow Sales: Sign of Trouble?

Nintendo 3DS Slow Sales: Sign of Trouble?

The Nintendo 3DS has been available in Japan since February, and it’s been available worldwide since March. It’s had time to worm its way into the hearts of gamers (in glorious three-dee!). Let’s check in: Sales-wise, how is the Nintendo 3DS doing? It looks like the system’s sales numbers have leveled out and possibly even stagnating after an initial burst. Oh oh. What does this mean for the Nintendo 3DS’s long-term prospects? Is this...

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