Rob Shoesmith, an app developer at MEDL Mobile and ambitious fellow, has an extensive plan in place to be the most outrageous person to ever wait in line for a product. Shoesmith is going to wait in line at the Covent Garden Apple Store in London, one of Apple’s premier
We posted about this title multiple times once with the gist of it and again warning you that the game would be on the app store soon after it was resubmitted. Since the time that I saw the trailer I couldn’t get the game out of my mind which is
With so many applications flooding the app store each day, it’s definitely difficult to pick and choose the good ones. Often, some amazing ones drift past without being noticed while others pick up attention immediately. Bee Patrol with it’s colorful artwork and fun premise is hard to miss: it’s got
Exclusion Zone: Anti-Air Warfare App Review – Protect Your Base In This Exact Opposite of Flight Control
Exclusion Zone: Anti-Air Warfare recently released by Appular offers intense line-drawing action where you direct missiles at oncoming aircraft preventing them from ultimately reaching your base. Though it stands out with its stand-out premise, it doesn’t take into consideration that good graphics are essential to the overall fun level of
Chillingo, as promised a few months ago have released yet another zombie/monster game. This time more brutal, gory, and most of all addicting. Taking the line-drawing genre, Zombie Escape has you ridding different environments of zombies with the use of helicopters, bombs, and a whole lot of other destructive weapons!
Well, the WWDC 2010 keynote has come and gone with a number of rumors still unaddressed. While Steve Jobs unveiled a stunning new iPhone with a plethora of great capabilities, we did not witness the rumored pending announcement of a new Apple TV running iOS 4. Nonetheless, there are a number of reasons to believe a next generation home entertainment device is coming with the intention to dominate the living room. Not only will the next iTV, or whatever it might be named, give the current pathetic lineup of cable company DVRs a taste of Apple innovation, but will also expand Apple's disruption of the gaming industry from mobile devices to the console.
BREAKING NEWS: As demonstrated during today's WWDC iPhone 4 keynote, Guitar Hero for the iPhone is now available in the U.S. based AppStore in iTunes for $2.99. Full review coming later.
Because you can never have too many Star Wars items on your iPhone. Per Mobile Entertainment, THQ Wireless has announced that Star Wars Cantina will be coming to the iPhone and iPod touch. Though relatively new and genre-defying for the Star Wars brand, Star Wars Cantina functions as a light-hearted simulation centered around running the cantina at the Mos Eisley Spaceport.
According to the official blurb, "Your task is to see that the right beverage finds its way to the right customer. And don’t keep them waiting, some of the customers are real troublemakers! Working towards your daily quota, accuracy and speed are essential. As a reward for a job well done, outfit your cantina with decorations and attractions to appeal to even the most difficult customers."
Over at the Game Developers Conference, OnLive CEO Steve Perlman announced that the OnLive cloud-based gaming service (which does the rendering work in a cloud architecture, then streams it back to a lightweight client that will work on nearly any computer or TVs with an adapter) will be released on June 17, 2010. At launch, the service will be available in the 48 contiguous states.
Per TechCrunch, the service will have a $14.95 per month base service fee, and then users will purchase games and rentals on an a la carte model on top of that. Users will be able to purchase multiple months at a time to get a discount on the service and the company is offering a special in which it will waive the service fee for three months for the first 25,000 users to pre-register here.
It's here and if you played way too much of it in the arcade or on your console, you're going to like this.
On Wednesday, Capcom released fighting classic Street Fighter IV [App Store, $9.99] for the iPhone and iPod touch handsets. Per touchArcade, the new version includes the eight classic fighters (Guile, Chun-Li, Ken, Ryu, Blanka, etc), each with a variety of fighting styles, attempting to win the Street Fighter tournament.