BlueStacks is using the same tech that has snared 10 million users for its service that allows Android apps to run on Windows PCs.
Looking at the Dreamcast lineup for 2013, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Sega’s 15-year-old system had never gone away.
This year saw the continued evolution of three consumer technologies — autostereoscopy, touch sensing, and motion sense – with direct application in the gaming world.
Why should you play games on your console anyway?
GamesBeat would like to remind its American readers that your civic duty entails more than just buying Halo 4. So put down that controller and go vote for the next president of the United States!
Remember Plants vs. Zombies? It’s back — in pinball form.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron embraces the greatest strength of the Transformers brand: It’s always on the move…in more ways than one.
Crazy Call of Duty collectors’ edition bonuses take to the sky with the Black Ops II Care Package.
Konami reveals exactly when you’ll be able to start cutting people in half in the new Metal Gear game.
A since-removed Microsoft job listing sets an 18-month timeline for a refresh on several products, including a new Xbox console.
Ubisoft announced today that the latest in the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series, Future Soldier, will be getting a multiplayer beta, beginning on April 19 and running through May 2. The beta will be available on both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
Dundee, Scotland-based development studio 4JStudios has been tapped to port Minecraft to the XBox 360. According to Major Nelson, the game will be promoted as part of the “Arcade Next” series of games, which includes Trials Evolution, BloodForge, and Fable Heroes. It will release on May 9, 2012.
Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 weren’t designed with a wide array of post-release revenue opportunities in mind, which has caused a number of video game publishers to implement slipshod measures such as online passes or subscription services. This won’t be an issue for the next generation of consoles, with analysts predicting future PlayStation and Xbox devices will provide the appropriate infrastructure for companies like Electronic Arts and Activision to double digital revenue.
Xbox 360 manufacturer Microsoft announced today that one of the hottest titles that will be released next year, Mass Effect 3, will feature voice controls with the console’s Kinect motion controller. Microsoft made the announcement at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, one of the video game industry’s largest trade shows, in Los Angeles, Calif. today.
Welcome to the app economy. Next stop, video game consoles.