If Erica Page can’t battle her way through a haunted mansion filled with horrific beasts and break an ancient curse before sunrise her life is forfeit, her soul trapped for all eternity. Doesn’t that sound like fun?
If you’ve never played a serious survival horror game before, Human Head Studios’ Lost Within with frighten you. If you have, at least you’re on familiar ground.
Play Injustice: Gods Among Us on mobile this weekend, score 30,000 power credits. Warner Bros. celebrates one billion play sessions in the free-to-play mobile version of its superhero fighter, doling out in-game currency for anyone who plays the game on iOS or Android devices this weekend.
Proving once again that absolutely everything is better with careful application of hit points, magic and stat-based equipment, Sony Pictures Television's Suits And Swords is the more fun than a Blackjack game has any right to be.
Starting today and running through the Thanksgiving weekend, Gameloft is discounting a bunch of its $6.99 titles on Android, iOS and Kindle Fire to $.99, giving us something to do while camping out for Black Friday sales.
This is Amazon GameCircle, a new service that Amazon hopes will help it compete with Apple's Game Center.
If the person you are buying a gift for already has a Kindle Fire, they really don't need a gift from you. They've got the hot new thing this Christmas. Or maybe the richer person in your family has vowed to get them the Fire, so you're just going to be the person getting them the inferior gift. What to do...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim doesn't only boast a vast in-game world. It also has a vast array of in-game books. They might be only a couple pages each, but the total amount of text for you to peruse in Skyrim is mind-boggling.
Amazon's new $200 Kindle, the Kindle Fire, isn't just a book-reader that happens to run Scrabble and Sudoku. It runs lots of Android-compatible games: the usual suspects like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, but also... the $7, high-end sci-fi horror game Dead Space.
Here's a curiosity: Over the past 90 days, eight of the top 12 sellers in the Kindle Store - including all of the top six - are games, dusting President George W. Bush's memoir and heavyweight writers like John Grisham.
Kinda like this. Japanese company Klab has developed a Nintendo Entertainment System emulator. Here it is running on a Kindle emulator. That's...alot of emulating.
According to a report on the Wall Street Journal, when the Apple Tablet is revealed later this month - as seems almost certain - it'll have Electronic Arts along for the ride.
Ever download a video game to a console or handheld and want a refund? Tough. Can't do it. But in the world of Amazon's Kindle, you can download books digitally — and return them. A workable idea for gaming?