Forget the Gameboy, the N-Gage is quickly becoming one of the longest…

When you think about successful mobile gaming platforms, there are specific consoles that come to mind. The Nintendo DS and the long-lived Gameboy are usually the first two that most people think of. What if I told you the Nokia N-Gage was giving them a run for their money? » 4/18/13 10:42pm 4/18/13 10:42pm

Nokia Seeks Out Gaming Innovation, Has Cash

Sturgeon's Law » 10/21/08 3:20pm 10/21/08 3:20pm states that "Ninety percent of everything is crap". I don't think I am being too controversial by suggesting that if Theodore Sturgeon had ever encountered mobile phone games he would have revised upwards. There are decent games out there, but there is a lot of dross - derivative, badly designed and…

N-Gage Games Don't Carry Over To New Phones

I'm not really sure how they do things in the US, but down here, standard mobile phone contracts last for two years. Once that time's up, 99.8% of people go and get a new phone. Simple plan, everybody wins. OH. Except for anyone with a Nokia phone who actually buys games over their new N-Gage platform. See, the games… » 5/23/08 4:30am 5/23/08 4:30am

N-Gage Gets Konami Games (Yes, Including Metal Gear)

In case you missed it, the "new" N-Gage service is out. The one that makes the games available over a variety of Nokia handsets, instead of a single, dedicated unit. If you didn't know that, it's OK, it wasn't that interesting. This might be. Konami have signed onto the service, and will be releasing a ton of their… » 5/20/08 4:30am 5/20/08 4:30am