It turns out that tablets did not change the world, and gaming on a touch screen is still inferior to gaming with a controller. Also, the PC is not dead.
With the upcoming release of the Nintendo Switch, and current lack of any Nintendo console in the retail channel, one might ask: how did Nintendo get here? The answer might just begin with a switch in strategy that culminated in the launch of the Wii U.
Nintendo’s DS sees its share of handheld profits decrease to just 36% of the market revenue – this has engendered much speculation on the part of smartphone enthusiasts, who imagine that Mario will soon be coming to the platform of their choice.
The newest release in the Frogger series to be released in the iPod App Store boasts new modes and characters.
Purchases of Orbit Media’s Cowboy & Aliens storybook app for iOS will benefit sick children through the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Final Fantasy Tactics finally sees release on iTunes at a very interesting price point – Square Enix celebrates by slashing the prices of their iOS catalogue, and passing the savings on to you, the consumer.
The continuing struggle of the PlayStation Network frustrates developers, Sweden dislikes possibly underage boob jiggle, Team Fortress gore porn voting begins, and a new reason why Steve Jobs loves crazy cat ladies.
Lane lauds an iOS game, leading Lusipurr to label him loony. #sworcery
Produced 2010.10.31 Lusi and Biggs set about taking an enormous poo on Micro$oft, but it isn’t undeserved. The prophecies of Kudo Tsunoda are exposed as lies. M$ stock takes a tumble as a result. Meanwhile, Emperor Kotick grows powerful at their expense.
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