There’s a new Android gaming console in town called GamePop. GamePop was created by BlueStacks, a company that managed to make Android apps playable on a PC. BlueStacks has come up with a subscription service that ties into the GamePop console. $6.99 a month will unlock over 500 games that BlueStacks claims is valued at more »
The biggest concern regarding the next Xbox appears to have been alleviated According to an internal Microsoft email obtained by Ars Technica, the company is not going to require an internet connection to play single-player games. The exact phrasing says,”Durango is designed to deliver the future of entertainment while engineered to be tolerant of today’s Internet.” There are more »
Welcome to GamerTell Talks, a weekly feature where readers can talk games. Just email Jeremy Hill and I at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with what you want to talk about, and we’ll put it on the site and give you a game in return. Next week’s contributor receives a Desura code for Bleed (Windows). This week, more »
In 26 days we’ll be able to put some of the speculation about the next Xbox console to rest. Microsoft will officially unveil its new console on May 21 from the Xbox campus in Redmond, Washington. The reveal will be streamed online at Xbox.com and Xbox Live. If you’re away from the internet, the event more »
It’s victory dances all round for Regular Show fans today as D3Publisher announces a partnership with Cartoon Network that will see the Regular Show cast star in their very own video game due for release later this year.
Development for Mojang’s upcoming space adventure follow-up to Minecraft, enigmatically titled 0x10c, has been temporarily stopped. Mojang founder Markus “Notch” Persson has said that the release of the game is “ways off” and that there’s no guarantee that anyone aside from him and his single assistant developer will ever get to play it. When asked if the more »
Ever since the announcement of the Ouya and its Android operating system, many in the gaming community have been wondering whether or not Apple would step into the console market. Well the company has finally revealed plans for something they’re calling the Apple Joypad at this years Game Developers Conference (GDC 2013) and it’s looking more »
THQ has performed the most amazing turnaround the gaming industry has ever known. Despite selling off its assets and closing its doors, THQ has managed to resurrect itself. The company is being internally referred to as “New THQ” and is ready take the world by storm. Its first order of business? uDraw 2.
Happy Easter! While it is a religious holiday, anyone can take time this weekend to enjoy time with friends and family, supping upon the freshest of Cadbury Cream Eggs and Peeps, using the sugar rush to power an afternoon filled with video games. Word of advice: The cake batter Peeps are glorious. However, you could more »
Hyperkin announced the RetroN 4 not too long ago, but things have changed over the past few weeks. The RetroN 4 is dead. Taking its place is the RetroN 5, a multi-use gaming console that can play NES, SNES, Genesis, GBA, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Famicom, Super Famicom and Mega Drive games from NTSC more »