Despite encapsulating the best qualities of DS games and arguably cementing the original’s reputation as a haven for simple, quirky, low friction games long before the App Store, the Phoenix Wright series was apparently never that popular at retail.
A proof-of-concept prototype called the Mad Genius Motion Capture System has been rigged up to the awesome Skyrim game to provide even more realism to the act of firing your bow within the game. The Mad Genius Motion Capture
CD Projekt RED has this week announced the launch of its new REDkit which has been created to provide gamers and modders the ultimate set of tools for crafting non-linear role-playing adventures. The new REDkit is available as a
XCOM fans looking to learn a little more about the upcoming new game currently in development The Bureau XCOM Declassified, are sure to enjoy this new trailer released by 2K Games International. The Bureau XCOM Declassified is being released
Yes you guessed it an industrious modder has now created a new addition to the vehicles of the Grand Theft Auto IV game adding the awesome Star Wars Millennium Falcon to the mix. Watch the video after the jump
Double Fine used to be known for two things: CEO Tim Schafer and his ridiculously great games made at LucasArts and amazing ball of amazingness Psychonauts. Nowadays, Double Fine is home to a lot more games after a change of
GREE, the Japanese social gaming giant is letting 30 people go in its US offices, specifically in the San Francisco area. The company is looking “to focus on creating the next generation of mobile social games,” the result of
EVE Online Diablo 3 ain’t. While players of the Icelandic MMO giant’s opus are all but encouraged to try and wreck the game’s economy and exploiters keep their loot after loopholes are plugged, Blizzard is nowhere near as forgiving.
Retro and nostalgic gaming is still out in full force as even more games from the past are dredged up and rebooted, reimagined and remade. The latest to join the queue is far from memorable Duke Nukem with swords
The long suffering Command & Conquer series is getting a new entry in the form of a free to play sequel of sorts to one of the best games the series has to offer – C&C Generals. Judging by
Here comes juicy news for the android games lovers. The Apple gaming center’s counterpart, the Google play store’s details were revealed recently. There was a hint that syncing to the cloud, scoring of the leaders and coming together of