Gaming

Apple Removing Memory Games from App Store at Behest of German Developer

November 15, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iOS game developers have been notified by Apple to change the title of their games if their game titles have the word ‘memory’ in it. If they don’t oblige, their games will be removed from the App Store. Apple’s decision comes at the request of German puzzle and board game maker, Ravensburger, who apparently owns […]

Boulder Dash-XL heads for iOS

November 3, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After charming gaming enthusiasts with earlier episodes of the Boulder Dash hit series, HeroCraft and co-publisher First Star Software have now pushed out the latest sequel titled Boulder Dash-XL to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. As you all know, the Boulder Dash series had come unto us in the early 80s. The series had then […]

Air Patriots Mark Amazon’s Start into Mobile Gaming

November 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon is moving further with their gaming plans. They have stepped into the mobile gaming industry with their latest title, Air Patriots. The online retailer had widened their presence in the game industry by launching a game studio of their own, and releasing their first game, which was a Facebook hidden game. Now with Air […]

Zynga Draw Something Comes to Windows Phone; Limited to Lumia Users for 2 Months

October 29, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a long wait, Zynga has finally released the popular game Draw Something for the Windows Phone OS platform. This game is currently available only for Nokia Lumia smartphones and this exclusive offer will last for the next two months. Draw Something has been available on iOS and Android based smartphones but failed to appear […]

Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel on iOS; Arriving This November

October 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is a new iOS game incoming from dreamfab, Games In Flames and Chimera Entertainment. Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel is a role playing game that mixes word puzzles with RPG features to provide some immersive entertainment. The game combines fantasy and mystical elements that provide an adventure spanning over 50 levels. Each level […]

Microsoft Windows 8 Marketplace Regulations Prohibit Sale of Adult-Rated Games

October 12, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has struck a small nail on gaming. The software giant has hammered in the rating certificates for content that would be available in the Windows 8 Marketplace. Apparently, all those content, whether ranging from videos to video games, that have an 18+ rating won’t be allowed shelf son the Windows 8 App Store. This […]

Holographic Games Might be the Future of Video Gaming; Infinite Z Joins Hands with Unity

October 11, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thinking of 3D gaming, the only conclusion any one can come up with is that it has been a total disaster till now. But to revamp the industry in pushing forward the Holographic technology, Infinite Z has joined hands with Unity. It’s quite a challenge for the firm to introduce holographic technology and the partnership […]

Sony PlayStation 3 Slimmer Version Not Getting a Price Cut

September 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The new PS3 is here, with nothing newer than a slimmer body. What’s new with it then, you ask. Its ‘thin’…it’s ‘slimmer’! And the price is higher! That’s what has left gamers stare at the new PS3 from Sony. While the norm of an old console getting replaced by another new one would be the […]

Sony Play Station 3 New Model Announced

September 20, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After all the rumors, the brand new model of Play Station 3 from Sony has come out, complete with official pictures. Sony has made the announcement today at a news conference which it held prior to the Tokyo Game Show, where the new version of its popular gaming console will be released. The new model […]

Wii U to Sport Expandable Memory; No Inbuilt DVR Hardware Under the Hood

September 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Before the entertainment starts with the new Wii U, there are so many things that one should know about the device. The most significant one will be the fact that the Wii U that is in a user’s hand will either be the base model having an internal memory of 8 GB or the premium […]

Sony PS Vita 1.80 Update Locks Memory Cards to a Single PSN Account; Gamers Irked

August 30, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The latest firmware update to Sony’s PS Vita – the 1.80 update – obviously brought many new things to the Sony game console. However, emerging information suggests that the update may bring some secret features too. The new update can lock the memory cards to one PSN account, which means that many players who use […]

Plants vs. Zombies Version 2 to Come Out in Late Spring 2013

August 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s good news for all those who love playing the Plants vs. Zombies game from PopCap Games. The developer has announced it is planning to roll out a sequel to the existing version of the game and promises more plants and more zombies. One of the most popular video games to date, the Plants vs. […]

Nintendo to Reveal Wii U Release Date on September 13

August 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nintendo has announced that it will hold a preview event in New York City on September 13 where it is expected to announce the release date and the pricing of its next-gen gaming system, Wii U. This confirms the rumors that Wii U pre-orders will start in September. A leaked newsletter, supposedly from Best Buy, […]

Sony Patents System to Convert Ads to Mini-Games on Consoles

August 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hinting possible changes in the ads being displayed at Sony gaming consoles in the future, the company has patented a new system called “System for converting television commercials into interactive networked video games”. Just as the title says, the system will change interactive advertisements in to short video games giving an overhaul to the advertising […]

HeroCraft Joins Prank to Take Ant Raid Beyond iOS

August 15, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you one of those gaming addicts who have been playing on Android, Bada and Symbian OSes? For all of you out there, HeroCraft is bringing to your midst the critically acclaimed Ant Raid that promises tons of light-hearted events, detailed environments and quirky characters. The company is in fact joining hands with original developers […]

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