Frontline Tactics is the new game from Publisher, Meridian4 and developer Full Control, who’ve made quite a name for...
Mobile Video Game Previews
You may recall last week, while attending Gen Con Indy 2012, we covered a game called Flavor Monsters. Presented by Truth,...
Developer Rapture Game Studios is currently hard at work creating its very first title, Gunblitz. The game, which is a 2D...
Magic: the Gathering returns to the gaming world for 2013, this time for the iPad as well! Check it out!
We went behind closed doors to preview "Starving for Help," and boy did it impress
We go hands-on with Merida as she battles enemies with sword, bow and arrow, and elements.
The adorable star of the Rocket Fox webcomic gets his own iPad game, and it's fun!
Chair Entertainment returns once more…but with a different kind of action game
We take a look at some of Namco Bandai's upcoming titles
Chair Entertainment and Epic Games continue their magnificent dive into Infinity.
There aren't many games developed around skydiving. Outside of Pilot Wings, Jumping Flash and the odd PSX title Skydiving Extreme, few games make jum
Last week, Namco Bandai held their first annual Ignite event, an opportunity for the Japanese giant to announce brand new titles for the North Americ
One of the primary complaints against iPhone gaming is the lack of hardcore, involved titles that dare to replicate console offerings. Even the PlayS
People are always going to love board game classic Risk. Released in 1957, it is the proto-turn-based strategy game for hundreds of strategy board an
When Microsoft announced their Surface device, one of the first applications people anticipated was for tabletop board games. Unfortunately, that dev
By now you've probably seen our hands-on impressions of some of EA's bigger mobile titles coming to the iPhone and iPad. However, to limit our covera
EA has a lot up its sleeve for the mobile sphere right now. You may have even seen earlier this week some of EA's mobile properties from their Chilli
Before the iPhone, hardcore first person shooters seemed like an impossibility for mobile phones. However, games like N.O.V.A. and Rage have proven t
There is something timeless about the SimCity franchise. While the general Sim franchise has moved on to people simulators (and very little else), th
Since the release of Sonic Adventures for the Dreamcast, nearly every single game with the word “Sonic” in the title has been absolute rubbish. M