EA unveiled some promising projects that Mac gamers should pay attention to.
On Tuesday, EA Mobile unveiled its summer 2010 lineup.
On Tuesday, Electronic Arts officially previewed Maxis' expansive sci-fi action role-playing game, which will hit the Mac and Windows platforms next spring. Chris Holt has the details.
Gunnar Optiks' $99 MLG Legend glasses promise reduced reaction time, improved accuracy, and increased visual endurance” when you game.
While not the user-friendliest of NAS devices, the TS-259 Pro TurboNAS is a network-attached storage device with a flood of features
Incipio’s DermaShot silicone case is an anti-slip cover that's protectively molded to the iPad while still allowing unobtrusive use of the device.
Incipio’s 1337 case is specifically designed for gaming on the iPad. The $35 case offers high-density silicone protection for bumps and bruises while the molded grips on the back provide extra control when gaming.
The Incase Protective Cover is a 3.7-ounce rubber case for your iPad. The case is unique in that the back is essentially flat, making it a stable base for desktop use.
With this week's dual release of iOS 4 and Apple's new iPhone 4, mobile gaming just got a big boost. Chris Holt explains why.
Valve has released Counter-Strike: Source for the Mac.
Associate editor Chris Holt is still getting over his E3 hangover. Here are a few things that stood out at the show.
E3 came and went last week, and associate editor Chris Holt was there. What he noticed is that original ideas are few and far between in the land of game consoles.
At E3, iPhone and iPad software publisher Chillingo previewed three action-packed games to selected members of the press.
Disney gave folks a sneak peek at its upcoming game for the iPhone.
On Thursday, the cloud-based gaming service launched for the Mac and Windows, thereby enabling thousands of players to stream high-end games to their computers like never before.