Recently, on a Vietnamese morning show, a guest was talking about the serious flooding in Lang Son when something unexpected happened: His phone rang.
If you flip on your television, chances are pretty high you'll see a McDonalds ad. For those living in Japan, chances are higher you'll see a mobile phone game commercial. Way higher.
Splatterhouse is getting a bloody, modern remake later this month, but that's a gamble. The classic 1988 arcade Splatterhouse? We all know that's a fantastic game, and now you can play it on your phone.
Singer Reina Tanaka was never a lighting rod for controversy. The twenty year-old is a member of the popular girl group Morning Musume. She has her own anime and a spin-off mobile phone game. That is, until she offended Koreans.
Getting in a quick hit of gaming on the bus or in the bathroom may seem like a good thing, but playing with your portable devices could be depriving your brain of important downtime needed to process memories.
During Micorosft's press event at Gamescom last week, I got a very brief look at Crackdown 2: Project Sunburst, a tower defense game with a real-world twist that doesn't have much to do with Crackdown, aside from the ducks.