Chillingo, a leading publisher of iOS games, revealed its winter lineup on Thursday. The exciting collection of games augments an already impressive lineup that spans across genres and demographics.
There's a lot that 2K Games got right with this game: good art direction, memorable sense of humor, strong RPG elements with good combat, and a really terrific arsenal. Borderlands can be as uneven and unforgiving as the worst dungeon crawler you ever played, but when it’s clicking, the there’s a lot that makes you want to draw that space revolver and charge into the fray.
Gameloft, a leading game developer for the iOS, unveiled on Friday its 2010 winter lineup.
Are magnetic drives on the way out? Is flash on the way in? Chris Holt asked storage vendors how they think that market will evolve over the next two years. Here's what they told him.
On Thursday, NaturalMotion Games, a digital publisher of mobile games, announced its formation.
If you want a no-nonsense RAID array, the Icy Dock Dual Bay RAID Enclosure might be the storage solution for you.
Supreme Commander 2 is the sequel to a extremely epic, complex, and esoteric game.
MicroNet, a storage developer catering to the small and medium business community, unveiled its new RAIDBank5 storage solution.
CalDigit has quietly launched the first USB 3.0 drive designed for the Mac. The anticipated performance boost does not disappoint.
Just Cause 2 gives you the liberty to indulge your most destructive impulses—perhaps too much so.
The G-Drive Mobile USB 500GB is a fast USB-only drive with a Mac-focus. With a three-year warranty, record-setting copy and duplication times, and a strong performance in our Photoshop tests, the G-Drive is the most impressive drive we’ve seen from G-Technology in the portable market.
Virtual Programming said it would bring the sci-fi real-time strategy game to the Mac earlier this year, and now that moment has arrived.
Gameloft, a major player in the iOS game market, recently previewed a new first person shooter title for their fall lineup.
On Thursday, famed game developer Sega unveiled its plans for the rest of 2010, including the return of a certain speedy blue hedgehog and the company’s plans for Apple’s iOS Game Center service.
As part of a preview of mobile games it plans on releasing in 2010, Namco said Ms. Pac-Man would be updated to support Apple's newly launched Game Center social service.