Endless runner games like “Temple Run” and “Flappy Bird” are certainly addictive, but what happens when you mix them with the old school retrolicious charm of 80s arcade gaming?
Fathers Day is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like us and wondering how that snuck up on you, not only are you not the only one, but you also have a list of bits and bobs that’ll make your old man smile.
Collectable consoles have always been a thing, but this year we’ve seen enough to fill a lifetime, and now there’s one more (insert Darth Vader breathing here).
We first heard that Microsoft would be doing a bit of backwards compatibility back at E3 earlier in the year, but more news is being unloaded onto the world over at Gamescom, with an early games list included, too.
There’s something about trivia that’s just tremendous fun, and if you happen to mix that with music, it works so well. “SongPop 2” takes those two things and makes them work on mobile, and after a week, we’re addicted.
Next week, Microsoft launches the replacement for Windows 8, and it’ll come free for quite a few PC owners. While we can’t say too much ahead of our review, here’s what we’re excited to see.
Out of nowhere you get a message from someone: help. They’ve crashed on a moon and you’re the only one they can talk to. You can help them in this little interactive novel, available on iOS, Android, and even the Apple Watch.
While external hard drives can make it possible to bring more games to next-gen consoles, a bigger hard drive inside the system is always better, and that’s what Sony thinks, too.
The term “hybrid” gets passed around often these days, usually in relation to cars and computers, but hard drives are about to get a hybrid of their own. Sort of.
Most of the time, we’re talking gadgets, but this week our eyes are fixed on screens, watching trailers and demos that showcase why late 2015 and early 2016 will rock for games on Xbox One.