Origin will be entering an already crowded field of digital game distribution platforms available for the Mac.
This standout flight simulator is a charming and original ride.
The third installment of Gameloft's first-person shooter feels overly familiar, and technical issues and a lack of inspiration don't help matters any.
Even if you’ve outgrown certain elements of the Diablo series over the last 16 years, Blizzard does a great job of reminding you why these games are fun.
Despite some strong visuals and voice work, this iOS adaptation of the Arkham City game series misses out on the soul of Batman. It feels like a watered-down tie-in to its superior source material.
This stripped-down tower defense game for the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad is refreshingly challenging and will satisfy strategy game fans.
This platform game lives up to developer Chillingo's reputation for streamlined, fun, and clever mobile apps that succeed where bigger budgets and deeper concepts do not.
While there's only a few stages at this point, the latest addition to the Angry Birds franchise is much more sophisticated, entertaining, and complex than its predecessors and is everything a sequel should be.
This surprisingly compelling third-person shooter that is good for more than a few scares on your iPad. In fact, it's one of the most technically solid, brilliantly executed games for Apple's tablet.
This iOS port of the landmark video game isn't perfect. But even with some control shortcomings, it's still a fun ride.
It features intuitive controls and impressive graphics, but this third-person shooter come up a little short, because of uninspired levels and noticeable bugs.
Chris Holt spent a few days wandering up and down Moscone West to get a feel for the revamped Macworld | iWorld show. Sure, some exhibits fell flat, but he came away impressed with the new focus.
Chris Holt takes a look at the games being shown off at Macworld | iWorld this week -- some of which are already in the App Store and some which will arrive soon.
Three representatives of South Park Studios spoke at Macworld | iWorld this week, explaining how the Mac -- and Autodesk Maya -- play crucial roles in helping produce the long-running animated series.
The sequel to the convention-defying swordplay game is every bit as entertaining as the original Infinity Blade.