It’s been a long wait, but the little series that started out as a throwaway demo comes into its own. With great multiplayer and a thrilling single player campaign, Portal 2 is your doorway to adventure.
In what is likely to be hailed as one of the greatest legal victories for the game industry, the Supreme Court struck down the controversial California law that would have criminalized the sale of violent video games to minors. The 7 to 2 victory is a resounding win for the industry, which argued that the current voluntary ratings system created and maintained by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) was adequate protection, and in fact was more effective than the ratings in other industries, such as movies. Justice Antonin Scalia wrote for the majority opinion in the case. "As a … Continue reading In a 7-2 Decision, Supreme Court Strikes Down California Violent Video Game Law
The Scene It series has always been popular among board game players. Now, Scene It? Movie Edition moves to mobile phones.
Dirge of Cerberus – Lost Episode takes the Final Fantasy series (and shooter gameplay) into the realm of the cell phone game, and does surprisingly well.
Playing with The Donald on a cell phone is a lot of fun with The Apprentice game. But don’t let it get you fired in real life.
Having Olympic glory in the palm of your hand is pretty cool, so long as nobody calls your cell phone in the middle of the ski jump.
GiN is launching a new section reviewing games you can play on your cell phone. This week we tackle PileUP, a seemingly simple game with big appeal.
GiN is launching a new section reviewing games you can play on your cell phone. And the first one is a beautiful title called Feeding Frenzy.