Project Greenlight continues to give gamers a chance to vote for the titles they want to play.
We are now down to the final week of the Kickstarter to port Star Command for the PC and Mac, and with that comes stretch goals! Of particular interest is integration with the new Steam Workshop. Check out this mockup they put together: This won’t be just community-authored clothing changes for the crew, but missions as well. [...]
Google’s products are everywhere – and today they’ve announced, with the help of Square-Enix and Nintendo, they’ve developed Google Maps for the Nintendo Entertainment System, with a Game Boy port on the way! Ok, not really… Google is known for their celebratory doodles and crazy antics but in honor of the April Fools 2012 weekend, [...]
When I first started hearing about Dustforce last year my response was tepid at best. I have since prostrated myself accordingly as this game is almost perfect. That may sound like high praise for something with such an odd premise as acrobatic janitors fighting dust monsters and sweeping levels with a grace and speed unmatched [...]
Back in 2009 when I first heard about OnLive, I was skeptical. Most people in the tech world were. Here was this unknown company claiming that they were going to be able to host high-end video games completely in the cloud. It sounded a bit like fantasy and smelled faintly of vaporware but, over the next [...]
Video Game publisher Ubisoft announced their newest Wii peripheral, the “Drawsome Tablet,” for release just in time for the holidays on December 6, 2011. As you might have guessed from the name, this is a drawing tablet that connects to your Wii Remote and allows you to draw and interact with the bundled software; which [...]