Usually, when you hear about a new Pokemon game, the first question is, “When will North America get it?” With the 3DS version of Pokemon Tretta Lab, you’re probably thinking, “Please tell me Nintendo isn’t considering selling this everywhere.” In Japan, there’s an arcade game called Pokemon Tretta, and Nintendo is hoping it’ll translate well more »
Drop will make you a better person. Eventually. Right before you’re ready to claw out your eyes because the image keeps spinning and warping and for a minute you can’t tell if it’s you or the game.
The multiplayer online battle arena game genre is quite popular. When a game type is all the rage, is isn’t long before those with the rights to licensed characters try to cash in. Guardians of Middle Earth brought the Lord of the Rings characters into MOBAs, and put them on consoles. Warner Bros. is going more »
Wow, I’m going to have to redownload and install PlayStation Home. Sony’s making it relevant again with Doctor Who items. My avatar could look like River Song! Or Amy Pond! Maybe even Martha Jones or Rose! But not Donna though – while I did learn to appreciate her acerbic behavior, she is not one of more »
If you’re a fan of artsy, stylized story games such as Journey and Flower and you don’t mind getting a little bit wet, you should start getting ready for Sony’s Rain. At last year’s Gamescom, Sony teased Rain as a game where you play as a little boy who can only be seen when he’s in more »
Congratulations! The Pokedex for iOS will now not cost you $25.95 if you want the complete app on your phone. The Pokemon Company has decided to be gracious and hold a sale until March 13, 2013 in the hopes a temporary price drop will entice people to open their wallets. It will now cost you more »
NIS America had been saying it was going to release the Hyperdimension Neptunia iOS app outside of Japan and now it’s happened. Hyperdimension Neptunia The App, aptly named so you don’t get confused about what you’re getting, has opened up players to a new world in which Neptune and Noire, the anthropomorphic console goddesses that more »
Most board games have a winner, with everyone else being a loser, but Pandemic was one of the first games to change that paradigm. Pandemic is a cooperative game, with the players (from one to four) working together to stop four plagues that have broken out simultaneously. Everybody either wins or loses, making it a game with few hurt feelings and almost always a good time for everyone. It totally rocked the gaming world when it came out five years ago, and an expansion (On the Brink) only added to the fun.
You know, I’ve always wanted to start my day with 12 people I’ve never met before. Fortunately, Sony has magically heard my secret and unvoiced desire and delivered Wake-up Club. Though Wake-up club was first revealed in April 2012, it decided to sleep in until 2013. Sony had it at its CES 2013 booth, however, more »
Now is probably the best time to get involved with free-to-play games for Android. As we all know, a lot of free-to-play games become very prohibitive if you don’t spend real money. Sometimes, that can be a pretty expensive proposition. However, for a limited time, some F2P games are discounting in-game purchases.