PopCap Games has brought its popular franchise Bejeweled to Windows Phone 7, and the game does not disappoint. With the release of Bejeweled LIVE, PopCap has delivered a game which offers a smooth, beautiful and fun experience. . . . → Read More: Review: Bejeweled LIVE for Windows Phone 7
While at GDC Online in Austin this year, I had an opportunity to talk with indie game creator, David Sushil (“like Sushi with an L”) of Bad Pilcrow. His award winning game, “Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare” was unusual and intriguing in both name and gameplay, as evidenced by the rather . . . → Read More: Interview: David Sushil for Vanessa Saint-Pierre Delacroix and Her Nightmare
John Marston is the Clint Eastwood of gaming. Between the spaghetti-western shootouts, cattle rustlin’, family values marred by a troubled past, and the expected frontier cowboy charm, Marston brings to video game consoles what Dirty Harry brought to the silver screen. While this is great for Clint Eastwood fans, Red Dead Redemption takes this one . . . → Read More: Red Dead Redemption Review
Unlike many modern day driving games, Split/Second is as subtle as a lightning bolt tearing through a fireworks factory. That’s not to say that careful maneuvering, perfect powerslides, and skillful overtakes aren’t all integral parts of Black Rock Studios latest arcade racer, but it is hard to concentrate on any of these tactics when a . . . → Read More: Split/Second Review
Natal renamed, dated, and priced, with details coming at E3?
It’s not long until E3, so it’s only fitting that our first rumor of the week focuses on one of the biggest potential announcements of the show: Project Natal. NowGamer has reported that an anonymous source close to Microsoft has revealed the new . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Natal, Shogun 2, Beyond Good & Evil 2
Alan Wake has finally been delivered to Xbox 360 owners after so many years of waiting and hoping, and like all healthy newborns, it’s come out screaming and bloody. It shrieks, “I am Twin Peaks! I am The X-Files! I am Stephen King! Love me, for I am more than just a game!” While it . . . → Read More: Alan Wake Review