Need a reason to purchase a PlayStation Vita? Sackboy's got you covered with "LittleBigPlanet PS Vita."
I must admit: I was never drawn to owning the high-definition mobile device. Most game sessions ended rather quickly and had me clamoring for a big screen due to the amount of detail squished into the handheld's screen.
But one play through with "LBP Vita"... » more
Magic, revolutionary, breakthrough — the words Apple uses to describe its new products may not see much innovation from one launch event to the next, but today's iPhone 5 introduction had plenty for Apple fans to rejoice about.
After weeks of rumors and leaks Apple unveiled its new iPhone, which may be playing catch up to other existing phones that use 4G LTE technology but continues to lead... » more
War, economics, terrorism and zombies...
While President Barack Obama and Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney continue to make headlines this election year, one man is stepping up to remind the American people that there is hope left for our nation's safety and security. That man is Adam Benford.
In a press kit sent to us at Warp Pipe, President Benford in a written address... » more
I love you Harmonix. There I said it.
I love that you continue to keep the Rock Band product alive when most of the gaming world has put away their plastic instruments and shut the door on what use to be a must have at any house party. Karaoke and rhythm-based button-pressing fun is still alive and kicking thanks to the developers' weekly support of downloadable song additions... » more
There are two moments in time as a kid I would do almost anything to relive. One would be to go back to the those summer days as of Little League and to have a catch with my father. The other…the first day I played "Super Mario Bros. 3". I can still remember the day my dad surprised me with a trip to 'Mr. Roberts' Video" store and bought it for me. Eagerly removing the cartridge from... » more
Open-world gaming has a ton to offer yet some titles have found themselves lost within their own sprawling massive cities. The developers at United Front Games were up for the challenge and impressed publisher Square Enix with the original IP.
Players assume control of Wei Shen, crossing the line between federal agent and criminal. Wei is an officer of the San Francisco Police Department assigned... » more
Who would have ever thought that playing video games could lead to a scholarship?
According to Twitch, an online broadcasting community for gamers to watch and share live streams, announced the winners of their first Twitch & Alienware Scholarship for outstanding student gamers. Sponsored by gaming peripherals manufacture SteelSeries, the competition awarded $50,000 in scholarships based... » more
On Sept. 5, the long-awaited 2012-13 NFL season will begin when the pigskin is booted across the gridiron at MetLife Stadium. But what to do after the game when all you are craving is helmet to helmet football? Eat...sleep...play Madden.
EA Sports may not be making baseball games anymore but they hit a home run with "Madden NFL '13". The all new Infinity Engine... » more
Since its launch nearly two months ago, Konami Digital Entertainment reports that its social media game "Puzzle Chasers" has steadily increased in monthly active users and continues to see substantial growth. The new IP, which was released in June, is already touting one million monthly active users (MAUs), according to Konami Digital Entertainment. ... » more
It's that time of year again when websites all over the internet are pumping out depth charts and top 300 lists. Even MTV is joining in on the fantasy action, though their league leaders won't be rushing for 1,000 yards anytime soon.
As part of MTV's "Power of 12" campaign, the television network officially launched the first-of-its-kind "Fantasy Election '12," a desktop... » more