There Is No Key | Nintendo says the virtual key to a new world of downloadable content is in my hands. (Photo: Crecente)
A third-party public relations firm tweeted last night that they would be "reviewing who gets games next time and who doesn't" based on the bad reviews pouring in about Duke Nukem Forever. "Too many went too far with their reviews... More »
The newest addition to Zynga's game family is Hanging With Friends, an app for iGadgets big and small. It's a twist on classic hangman, with elements of Scrabble and other word games thrown in. More »
Things were getting weird last week when the cheerful game developer and digital media artist Hye Yeon Nam started gluing a sensor to her tongue, weirder still when she had me glue one to mine. There I was, a couple of hundred paces from the massive PlayStation and Nintendo exhibitions at the E3... More »
In this week's episode of Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes' excellent podcast Jay and Silent Bob Get Old, the dynamic duo spends several minutes hawking Infamous 2. More »
On July 22, Captain America becomes the latest Marvel Comics character to get the blockbuster movie treatment, and on June 28 he'll be busting balls as the latest addition to Zen Studios' Marvel Pinball and Pinball FX 2. More »
Prey 2 had me at intergalactic bounty hunter. I don't need to know how they tie this blending of Red Dead Redemption and Blade Runner into the original Prey, (you're an air marshal on a plane spotted in just a few minutes of the original game). More »
A couple of years ago, in the summer before the release of the second Assassin's Creed I found myself discussing the many things that were wrong about the flawed first game in the series. More »
I've spent quite a bit of time and money looking over and downloading games on the eShop since it launched last week. I even went onto my wife and son's 3DSes and bought stuff for them. Now if they could add some replacement for Pictochat I'd be happy. –Brian Crecente
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