Namco Bandai’s ‘Garfield’s Wild Ride’ out on Android/iOS
For today’s PC gamers, there are many different peripherals companies have designed with gaming in mind, each with specific tweaks, modifications or gimmicks to help give you a competitive edge over your opponents, or to improve interaction between the player and the game.
As a fan of music rhythm games, I’ve noticed that there’s very few available on the Playstation vita, especially in the UK, either physically or on PSN.
Hot on the heels of last week’s E3 event in LA, GAME has announced the opening of its very first Xbox store in partnership with Microsoft at BOXPARK in Shoreditch.
While the gaming industry is currently focused on LA and E3 2013 taking place within, those unable to attend would usually find themselves living vicariously through the reports and videos posted online from those at the show.
If you’ve owned a Nintendo DS, you may be familiar with a game called Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!, which was a music/rythym game released in japan and then spawned a US/EU adaptaption called Elite Beat Agents.
Just over 6 years ago, Lumines debuted on the original Sony PSP console as a launch title developed by Mizuguchi Tetsuya, probably most known for Rez and its spiritual successor, the recent Child of Eden game.
Gravity Rush, the highly anticipated Playstation Vita exclusive from Keiichiro Toyama, designer behind the Silent Hill, Siren and several other titles has finally arrived for western audiences after multiple delays causing several release date revisions. The game starts off with the protagonist, Kat, falling from the sky and landing in the floating town of Hekseville.
Last week from January 24th to 26th, the EAG International Expo returned to london to showcase some of the new and upcoming products in the amusement and arcade business. Several big players were there such as SEGA and Bandai Namco, as well as many distributors of arcade equipment.