Are “Freemium” games killing mobile gaming?

Are “Freemium” games killing mobile gaming?

As phones and tablets began to get better processors and more powerful internals, mobile gaming began its ascent as an actual platform that was actually beginning to make its mark in the gaming market. Mobile gaming was in its infancy, but developers saw potential in mobile gaming, and began to make games that (at the time) were pushing the boundaries of what to expect on a mobile platform. Developers like […]

Facebook Now Offically Owns Oculus VR

Facebook Now Offically Owns Oculus VR

The deal announced back in March has now been finalized as Facebook completes $2bn purchase of technology developer Oculus VR. In March “rifts” were formed throughout the gaming industry as developers, publishers and gamers alike questioned Facebook’s reasons for for the purchase. A debate that gained momentum further when Minecraft creator, Markus Persson, revealed that he and his game would no longer work with Oculus VR in bringing Minecraft and […]

Can New Features Help The Xbox One ?

Can New Features Help The Xbox One ?

Recently Major Nelson released details on the new system update heading for Xbox One this August. This new Xbox One update holds some very interesting updates to the already available social features. Apparently one of the most requested features is being implemented. This new feature will allow for Xbox One Owners to purchase titles from the Xbox Store from their mobile device. Now in this is great people can now […]

Social Media Apps Are Putting Final Design Touches For Android L

Social Media Apps Are Putting Final Design Touches For Android L

Facebook has given a small group of beta testers an update to try out the new facebook notification design on the android lock screen. The new design is styled for the new look of Android L as different notifications come in from your friends the notifications will stack up in a rising position which appear to pop out. The almost final design to Facebook’s new design approach on Android L […]

Cooler Master Quick Fire Ultimate Keyboard Review

Cooler Master Quick Fire Ultimate Keyboard Review

Cooler Master Quick Fire Ultimate Brown CHERRY MX Mechanical Keyboard Review This is the well-known Cooler Master Quick Fire Ultimate Keyboard. The QuickFire ultimate line lets buyers select their choice of switches, from red, blue or brown. Every key is individually lit up by LED’s to see the keyboard properly whilst using it in the dark. N-key rollover registers every key press, this will enable users to have faster key […]

Moving Grim Legends into more Mobile Devices

Moving Grim Legends into more Mobile Devices

Though hidden-object/problem-solving games often receive the least amount of attention when compared to AAA titles, these peculiar projects actually contain the most original storytelling, sometimes bending horror, mystery, fantasy, and more into one unified package. One of the best, leading game industries for producing this unique genre is the meticulous Artifex Mundi. After producing multiple entries such as Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones, Deadly Puzzles: Toymaker, and Enigmatis: The Mists […]

Google to No Longer List Apps With In-App Purchases as Free

Google to No Longer List Apps With In-App Purchases as Free

In Europe, both Google and Apple have been asked to change their policy regarding how ‘free’ games are listed in their respective stores. Completely free games will continue to be listed as so, but those with in-app purchases will not. Engadget has reported that the question comes after angry complaints, particularly from parents, were received about misleading children to believe a game was free when downloading the game and then […]

Surface Pro 3 Wifi issues still continue despite 16th Update

Surface Pro 3 Wifi issues still continue despite 16th Update

Despite Microsoft and various other websites reporting that the 16th of July Wifi update fixed any remaining Wifi issues. It hasn’t at all. Its seems around the website people are saying its fixed. Closer inspection of such websites shows they don’t actually own the system, an assume it fixes it because MS have said it is. Our two Surface Pro 3′s in the office here continue to suffer from this issue, coming out […]

DoubleDown’s Matthew Gillikin Launches Tanuki Entertainment

DoubleDown’s Matthew Gillikin Launches Tanuki Entertainment

It’s no secret that the world of mobile gaming has been on the rise in the past few years and is continuing to expand and evolve into something much more prominent than anyone could have ever expected. That being said, its no surprise that many renowned developers are turning at least some of their attention towards the mobile market. One of said developers is none other than Seattle’s own Matthew […]

Latest Witcher 3 news: Comic #5, Comic-Con 2014, and More

Latest Witcher 3 news: Comic #5, Comic-Con 2014, and More

If you were planning to wrap this surprise underneath the Christmas tree for this up-coming holiday season, then you better check-out other titles, since Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will not be released until February 24, 2015.  Despite this unfortunate setback, the schedule launch will benefit many gamers who need a break from purchasing and playing other major titles like Dragon Age Inquisition, Batman Arkham Knight, etc.; these projects arrive much earlier […]