Game of Thrones Ascent is a Facebook game, and I know that many of you are about to stop reading as a result. Maybe the fact that it doesn't have an energy meter limiting how much you can do will make you interested again.
After the announcement of an upcoming Xeno-series game from Monolith Soft for the Wii U last month, I had everything I needed from them for this year. But today a surprise pops up -- another potential Monolith Soft game for 3... more
Oddworld Inhabitants has revealed the first ever screenshot of the revamped Abe's Oddysee. The high definition iteration is boasting all-new graphics rather than upscaled visuals, as you can see from the more "realistic" Abe ... more
As reported earlier, EA has brought out the white glove on Zynga with SimCity Social for Facebook. This isn't just a rehash of any well-known farming games, though. Players will get to watch their cities evolve based on ... more
Is this real news? Like, really real news? Probably not, but I know quite a few people were hoping that Nintendo would fix the name for its latest home console. For those people, I'm sorry to tell you that, when the Nintendo... more
Oh boy Facebook gaming!!! That's my general reaction normally but when it's someone like Insomniac then I'm inclined to not just brush the subject off.
Insomniac has teamed up with Electronic Arts on the new Facebook game, Ou... more
[Update: The target has been reached! The album is now available here!]
Years in the making, OverClocked ReMix's massive Mega Man X project, Maverick Rising, is just around the corner. I've been waiting for this mother like y... more
[Update: So apparently it is not real. Stupid sexy Voldo!]
Namco Bandai recently pulled an advert for SoulCalibur V after fans complained that it was too offensive. No, it wasn't the magazine page featuring ginormous breasts.... more
King's Bounty: Legions, like many social networking games, has by and large had little relevant exposure to the "hardcore" gaming community. It should come as no surprise that many of us who have grown up alongside the videog... more
Gaming on Facebook is huuuuuge. It stands to reason then that games would want to work as easily as possible with Facebook, and so we receive Blur's Facebook integration. You can see what it will look like above and read how ... more