We couldn’t possibly do this week’s episode of the GamerTell Cast without talking about Grand Theft Auto V. I mean, the game has already made $1 billion since it came out on Tuesday. That tells us that at least a few people know about this game. We talk about the gameplay changes made from GTA more »
This year at GamerTell, we launched our first podcast. It all began on May 20 when I asked GamerTell’s resident import guru and fellow editor Jenni Lada,”Would you have any interest in doing a podcast?” Later that day, Jenni told me she was on-board with the idea and the podcast was born. We initially called more »
This app slipped under our radar when it was first released, but now is a good time to let you know about it. A developer named Keshav Verma released GTA Radio for Android which streams music from every major GTA game. The app currently supports stations from GTA III, Vice City, San Andreas, Liberty City more »
On this episode of the GamerTell Cast, Jenni and I talk about our experiences with Code of Princess, Sleepwalker’s Journey, Magical Drop V and Don’t Starve. Jenni also regales us with a story about awesome air hockey tables from Japan. We also have news about Sony’s Vita Black Friday sale, Origin’s hack, Glu Mobile’s financial more »
Get ready for more action and exploration in the hostile environments of Pandora with the first DLC package for Borderlands 2…
Make it rain with Kumo Lumo, survive the Dead Land, or platform with Ivy the Kiwi in this week’s iPhone and iPod Touch gaming update.
It’s the second episode of The GamerTell Cast and there’s much to talk about. E3 starts this week and so much information has either been leaked, or announced ahead of the show. Jenni and myself tear through the flurry of game announcements and talk Mario Tennis Open, The Binding of Issac and the amazing finds more »
Microsoft released some new apps for Xbox Live today. If you head over to the Apps Marketplace in the United States, you’ll see video apps for TMZ, YouTube, Verizon FiOS TV and MSNBC. There is also an app for iHeartRadio if you’re more inclined to listen to music rather than watch videos. Apps for other countries have been released as well.
You can now unleash your inner Carrie Underwood or Brad Paisley in CMT Presents Platinum Life: Country, a new Facebook game challenging you to become a country star.
This is Country Music Television’s (CMT) first entrant in the social gaming space. Heatwave Interactive is the developer. This is a spinoff of Heatwave’s Platinum Life, a hip-hop themed social RPG that includes rappers such as Ludacris helping you become a huge star in the music game. Some of Heatwave’s other projects include iSam Jackson, which places the famous actor on your iPhone, and PC MMOGods and Heroes: Rome Rising.
Virgin Radio in Vancouver, BC (Canada), is having a “Fake Film Festival” where the goal is to recreate a movie that runs in less than 60 seconds. That’s right, cram a full-length, feature film into only one minute.
Kial Natale and Dylan Innes, the same crew that created the wildly popular movie Pokemon Apokelypse have created a 60-second version of Scott Pilgram vs. the World.
Putting Subway subs in your stomach might soon mean some free Playstation products in your home before they are in stores.
Subway and Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) announced today (August 16, 2010) a giveaway that will include more than $1 million in prizes given at the (average) rate of one prize per minute during the promotion which begins August 16, 2010, and ends at midnight on October 17, 2010.
The promotion is called Fiery Footlong Frenzy Fueled by PlayStation and will focus on Subway’s lineup of spicy “Fiery Footlong” sandwiches that includes the a Turkey Jalapeno Melt and Buffalo Chicken. Game codes will be included on 32 oz. drinks, specially marked SunChips Monterey Jack and Sundried Tomato bags and certain Subway Breakfast sandwiches. Codes will need to be entered at the Subway Fiery Footlong Frenzy web site. The companies are also using the slogan, “WIN IT BEFORE YOU CAN BUY IT!”
The Los Angeles Times reports that earlier this week (October 29, 2009) a Sacramento jury awarded $16 million to the family of Jennifer Strange, who died in a ill-fated 2007 radio contest that asked participants to “Hold Your Wee for a Wii.”
The mother of three died from water intoxication after chugging bottles of water without urinating for hours during the “Morning Rave” show on Sacramento’s KDND-FM in an attempt to win a Nintendo Wii console.