Friday, January 21, 2011
The iPad is host to a whole range of board games - timeless and obscure, complex and family-orientated. At Digitally Downloaded, we've already reviewed the brilliant Reiner Knizia's Samurai, and A Small World is even better proof that the iPad is really, really good for board games.
Perhaps this will give you a reason to head back into PlayStation Home – Jet Set Games had released a new social spy game to the platform.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Aussie developer and publisher, Firemint, is one of the all-time highest selling developers, thanks to the Flight Control.
With a name that can only come from a retro game, A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda is now available to Steam users.
Eternal Legacy is everything I dislike about a bad game. Rather that try and do a normal review, I'll just list the 10 most glaring faults, and hope that I never see another games developer try and follow in Gameloft's footsteps.
1/20/2011 08:52:00 AM Magic the Gathering
Magic: The Gathering Tactics has now launched on PC (PS3 to come), but you might want to hold off on that download for now.
1/20/2011 08:32:00 AM Nintendo 3DS
Today is the day that we have been hotly anticipating for months. The Nintendo's 3DS Conference was held today in New York and Amsterdam, and the 3DS release date is March 27 at a price of $249 in the US, and March 25 in the UK, with no price announced as of yet.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
1/19/2011 07:00:00 AM 2K Games , Activision , Capcom , Earth Defence Force , Gameloft , Square Enix , Ubisoft
The iPhone and iPad have become significant gaming devices. And yet, the low price point most games are sold at on it, the casual nature of most iPhone/ iPad gamers, and the challenge of dealing with 'consoles' with no buttons has created some unique challenges for the traditional big, retail-orientated, publishers. So how do the likes of EA and Square Enix fare when it comes to their iOS catalogues?
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
1/18/2011 03:03:00 PM
Complete with a name that could only come from games from the past, A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda is now available through Steam.
The International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGAs) is in its 7th year now, and 30 games across six categories are up for a win.
Few, if any, iPhone games have reached the level of hype that Infinity Blade reached. Within only minutes of its release, thousands of gamers were already downloading and playing the game.
|You don't like this guy. But you don't know why.|
Monday, January 17, 2011
For 80 MS Points ($1), or the cost of a cup of really cheap coffee, you can download Indie game new release, The Charge.
Tim Schafer and his team at Double Fine Productions have turned into something of a Tim Burton of the games industry. Relentlessly youthful in vision, games like Psychonauts and Costume Quest tap into the fond memories of childhood we all have, but twist them in a way only adults can appreciate.
|Getting told you're desparate hurts|