Coming this September to whichever stores will have it, Dropmix is a collaboration between toy maker Hasbro and music game masters Harmonix that sees players using cards placed on a game board to create unique mixes of licensed music via connected mobile device. Huh.
I figured the release of iOS 7 with game controller support would be accompanied by a blast of press releases from every major peripheral manufacturer, showing off their entry into the newly-opened market. So far all I've seen is a tease from Logitech and this, an accessory that transforms your iDevice into a…
What the hell is this? A steering wheel? A jet fighter's yoke? It's certainly a peripheral for the PlayStation Move, with swing-wing handle grips out at the side. Why is that feature necessary?
Not everyone that purchases downloadable PC games does it because they prefer shopping at home. Some of them just hate discs and boxes. Maybe it's an environmental thing. Perhaps their father was killed by a DVD. Whatever the case, GameStop's in-store digital PC game purchase method is perfect for those types.
The tie-in between reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Blake Griffin and Rage, the forthcoming post-apocalyptic first person shooter from id Software and Bethesda Softworks, eludes me. Griffin's last (and only) video game gig came on the cover of NCAA Basketball 10, canceled four months after release. Maybe he's seeking…
Last week, The Amber Alert network released a truly WTF, fearmongering gun porn PSA tagged, "You don't need a gun to protect your kids." (But it does help). Because it's four people with assault rifles, you know what's next.