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Free on iOS Today: Mirror’s Edge

December 9th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

What's better than free running in a big city, jumping rooftop to rooftop, trying to stop a threat in a futuristic "perfect" world. Ok maybe skydiving, but EA's free running heroine Faith Connors is free to download on the iOS systems. iPad, iPhone/iTouch applications are different from one another so make sure you download on both if you want to play on a larger screen


Xbox Live on your iOS device!

December 9th, 2011 | by Hensley Carrasco

A free iOS app is available for your Xbox-loving self to grab in the iTunes market. There may not be as much under the hood as the Windows 7-phone counterpart--clearly because Apple is not a product of Microsoft and they won't try nearly as hard on a competition's app--but it still is better than using one of those non-official apps. Read more inside for what the app will be able to do!


Kingdoms of Amalur Pre-order Bonuses Announced

September 15th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

EA and 38 Studios' Kingdoms of Amalur has announced some pre-order bonuses, and let's just say they look very appealing. The three packs will offer some type of equipment to benefit game play whether it be adventurous, offensively, or defensively. Each pack will be allotted to a specific vendor for sale, those who have yet been named.


Video Games Need Your Help!

August 22nd, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

John Hardie, Sean Kelly, and Joe Santulli are probably names that you haven't heard of before in the gaming industry. Little did you know the three names actually have a fairly large roll in the industry though. Hardi, Kelly, and Santulli are actually 3 ordinary guys who took it upon themselves to document the history of video games and created the Video Game History Museum


Rage On iOS Free!

August 18th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

Rage has been on the iOS for some time now, and with the console game just due around the corner, there's been a lot of hype. Since their Facebook page has hit over 100,000 Likes id Software is reducing the price of Rage and Rage HD on the iOS platforms for a week. If you haven't already tried Rage on the iOS platform, I advise you to give it a whirl, after all it is free!


Final Fantasy Tactics Out On iOS

August 4th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

The very first time I laid my eyes on Final Fantasy Tactics was way back in the day for the original Playstation or PSOne, and now finally being able to see it again on the iOS I get a huge sense of nostalgia. The renewed Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions has got a facelift and some added functionality this time around. Players will be able to pinch and zoom, rotate the map for a new angle, loading times a much faster, and some cut scenes can be skipped. The portable FF: Tactics is about a 500mb download priced at $15.99 and is currently out for the iOS systems and will be out for iPad later on this month


Best…Stop?

July 28th, 2011 | by Hensley Carrasco

Beginning September 12, Best Buy will be changing the way they reward their customers with a revamped reward system that seems...very...familiar


US Spending Big Moolah On Games

July 11th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

According to NPD the US has spent about $5.9 billion, with a big fat B, on video games in the first quarter of 2011. The $5.9 billion compared to last years 2010 Q1 figures was actually a 1.5% increase in sales. Of course NPD took in account of gaming accessories, PC games, pre-owned games, online games, social sites, and game rentals. With the vast majority of entertainment being streamlined to consumers needs and wants, video games are in the express lane. Games being available from Redbox, Onlive, and even Gamefly for rentals, and for Steam, Direct 2 Drive, or XLBA and PSN for direct download means that games can be in gamer's hands with a touch of a few buttons.

7-2 Gamers Win!

June 27th, 2011 | by Rob Kwong

Today in the United States Supreme Court, the case of Brown vs. The Entertainment Merchants Association was heard. Out of nine Justices seven of the nine deemed that the Constitutionality of a California state law which banned the sales of "violent" video games to minors unconstitutional.



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