Monthly Archives: July 2012
OK, I’m going to start off this review by saying that I’m a huge fan of Zelda. I have been a huge fan of Zelda for a Very. Long. Time. But this review is going to come across as surprisingly … Continue reading
Peter Molyneux’s first game since leaving Microsoft Game Studios for 22 cans has been dated for August 22. The experimental title is called Curiosity and will be released on iOS, Android and PC. It sees players digging at a massive … Continue reading
The debut of a small, indie, studio based in FInland, Theory Interactive, comes the intriguing Reset. With a team of only two you might expect the game to have corners cut in all the usual places, ie: graphics. Well…. All of that was in … Continue reading
The previously-leaked announcement of a new PC port of legendary RPG Final Fantasy VII has been made public. The official website for the port went up two weeks ago. This was assumed to be an error on the part of … Continue reading
Publisher Gamebridge has announced that Nintendo DSiWare software Petit Computer will be released in North America this summer. Compatible with Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS systems, the software will allow you to create your own games using the BASIC programming language. … Continue reading
This year’s Anime Expo was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center over the weekend. Although primarily an event surrounding the anime fandom, it is also attended by a number of video game publishers.
The EU court of justice has ruled that end-users must be able to re-sell their digital purchases, for instance a game bought from Steam or on iOS. This comes out of a law suit against ‘UsedSoft’, a company that makes … Continue reading