Coming soon to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, the third installment of Zen Studios’ pinball platform will focus on community run tournaments and multiplayer match-ups. Today the studio announced which console and PC platforms can play together, as well as which Pinball FX 2 tables players can import into Pinball FX 3…
Toukiden was one of the titles announced for both the PSP and PS Vita at last month's SCEJ (Sony Computer Entertainment Japan) Press Conference. A couple of the title's biggest selling points are that it is being developed as a collaborative project between SCEJ and Tecmo Koei, and that the game will have…
Today players of King.com's popular Bubble Witch Saga can continue their Facebook-based quest on the iPhone and iPad. To some a free-to-play puzzle game that seamlessly synchronizes between Facebook and smartphone might not sound like that big of a deal. To others it's another step on the path towards a future of…
Crazy Fairies: One World is the newest game by American McGee's Spicy Horse studio. Inspired by fairy tales from across the world, Crazy Fairies is a multiplayer social game that can be simultaneously played across web browsers as well as iOS, and Android devices in real time.
Culled from the video from this morning's Shadowrun Returns Kickstarter post, it's time to put the sins of Shadowrun games past behind us. Watching the executive producer of 2007's horrid first-person shooter get pelted with random objects a few thousand times should do the trick.
In CCP's DUST 514 for the PlayStation 3, battles are initiated by corporations in the PC-based space MMO EVE Online. In a post on the PlayStation Blog, CCP server architect Lin Luo talks about how much fun making that work is.
Scrabble fans might want to sit down before reading this news. During EA's live summer preview event, EA Mobile demonstrated a live round of Scrabble played across four different platforms: iPad, iPhone, Android, and Facebook. You're probably floored right now. Catch your breath and read on.
SingStar director Paulina Bozek jumped ship from Sony to Atari/Infogrames back in September. What has she been up to?
Newsweek's N'Gai Croal has an idea: enabling user-generated content across asymmetrical platforms through extensible markup language.