Dice Device Bridges The Gap Between Board, Videogames

Video games have drawn inspiration from the realm of pen-and-paper roleplaying games for decades, but one crucial element has been missing; the die. With the integration of DICE+, DeathFire: Ruins of Nethermore becomes the first (and only, for now) PC game to bridge the gap between modern technology and tabletop traditions. "DICE+ was created to make people play together with their friends and family members on iOS and Android tablets," said David Gatti of Game Technologies. "This will be our first venture into a category of hardcore games, but the developers of DeathFire: Ruins of Nethermore truly love DICE+. Together … Continue reading Dice Device Bridges The Gap Between Board, Videogames

Magic The Gathering Commander Cards Released

Commander is one of the most popular multiplayer Magic: The Gathering formats and enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting new cards and decks. Magic: The Gathering – Commander releases today, and brings five brand new decks filled with cards designed and created just for the format. Each of these new Commander offerings includes a 100-card preconstructed deck and three oversized, foil legendary commander cards (that also appear in the deck). The decks are filled with cards from throughout the history of Magic and feature 15 brand new Magic cards in every deck. The five new Commander decks each contain two new … Continue reading Magic The Gathering Commander Cards Released

Tokyo Games Show: Sony Unveils PlayStation Vita TV Microconsole

Sony has surprised visitors at the Tokyo Games Show with the announcement of an entirely new piece of hardware. Called the PS Vita TV, it’s a miniature console that plugs directly into a television set. Once connected, the Vita TV can play Vita and PSP games, supports the DualShock 3 controller, and can access streaming video and TV shows. In fact, it will play Vita games just by popping them into the microconsole. Plus, it can be paired with a PlayStation 4 and another TV inside the same home to create a network where multiple players could play together, but … Continue reading Tokyo Games Show: Sony Unveils PlayStation Vita TV Microconsole

Ultimate Word Search 2: Letter Boxed 3D Puzzler Ships

Independent game developer and publisher EnsenaSoft is proud to announce the release and availability of their brand new and first of its kind 3D word-game, ‘Ultimate Word Search 2: Letter Boxed’. Available on the iOS, Mac OS, Google Play and Amazon app store, this highly addicting word game has you searching for hidden words in a matrix of scrambled letters. Featuring a suspenseful supernatural detective mystery theme, Ultimate Word Search 2: Letter Boxed is a great sequel and follow-up to the highly successful original release. Each puzzle in the game is made up from words that wrap around a 6 … Continue reading Ultimate Word Search 2: Letter Boxed 3D Puzzler Ships

ASTRO Gaming Announces Special Dead Space 3 Headsets

ASTRO Gaming, a division of Skullcandy, Inc. (Nasdaq: SKUL), and creators of premium video gaming equipment for professional gamers, has announced that the studio is supporting the upcoming launch of Electronic Arts’ Dead Space 3 on February 5, 2013 with six sets of exclusively designed speakers tags for its award-winning ASTRO A30 and A40 Audio Systems. Developed with direct input from both Electronic Arts and Visceral Games, the ASTRO Gaming Dead Space 3 speaker tags will feature artwork taken directly from the game to ensure a stylish, authentic and entirely terrifying representation of the latest entry in the Dead Space … Continue reading ASTRO Gaming Announces Special Dead Space 3 Headsets

Steam Box and Piston Set Sights on Console Market

By: Chella Ramanan Xi3 has announced a dedicated machine, bringing Steam games to televisions. Dubbed Piston, the cube is apparently the size of a grapefruit and has been developed in partnership with Valve. For once, it turns out that the internet rumours of a fabled ‘Steam Box’ were true, which could put more pressure on the next generation of consoles. Apart from its sit-in-the-palm-of-your-hand size, the most notable thing about Piston is that it’s easy to upgrade. With three card components, users can easily swap cards, giving the system longevity and also giving traditional consoles a run for their money. … Continue reading Steam Box and Piston Set Sights on Console Market

Mass Effect Anime Movie Ships

Mass Effect fans can now buy the Mass Effect: Paragon Lost movie on Blu-ray and DVD. Freddie Prinze, Jr. reprises his role as James Vega for this emotional action-packed prequel to Mass Effect 3. Movie synopsis: Fans of the ground-breaking Mass Effect franchise shouldn’t miss this stunning motion picture experience born of an epic collaboration between the legendary Bioware and visionary Production I.G (Innocence, Kill Bill: Vol.1 (Animation Part), BLOOD-C The Last Dark (2/6/2012 Theatrical Release). Mass Effect: Paragon Lost is the prequel to the highly-anticipated Mass Effect 3 and follows the early career of Alliance Marine, James Vega. Vega … Continue reading Mass Effect Anime Movie Ships

G-Cluster Cloud Gaming Machine To Debut At CES

From TV to mobile to the ultimate cloud gaming machine, G-cluster invites IPTV and wireless operators and game publishers to get in the cloud at CES 2013, January 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. G-cluster, a fully-featured white label service offering the largest deployments at scale and the most deployed catalog of casual and AAA games, will debut its Game Machine platform allowing Operators to bring premium and casual games to the TV without the need for a gaming console. The G-cluster Game Machine plugs into the HDMI port on HDMI-equipped televisions and connects to the home Wi-Fi network to … Continue reading G-Cluster Cloud Gaming Machine To Debut At CES

Android Games Adding MOGA Support

More Android games are now being released simultaneously with support for the MOGA Mobile Gaming System by PowerA. Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and SkyVu Entertainment’s BATTLE BEARS ROYALErecently released on the Google Play store with MOGA support built right into the game. Gamers with a MOGA can download and immediately play those games with precision control that is usually only reserved for console gamers. With Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, for example, using the "iron sight" button on MOGA improves gameplay and can increase a gamer’s performance. Since being released in October, … Continue reading Android Games Adding MOGA Support

NeoGeo X Gold Lands In Europe

FUNSTOCK (in partnership with BLAZE) today announced the NEOGEO X GOLD Limited Edition entertainment system for the European, Australian, Russia, Africa and Middle Eastern Territories is ready to ship over the Christmas period. The NEOGEO X GOLD Limited Edition will include a limited edition game card to accompany the 20 classic NEOGEO AES games already pre-loaded on the NEOGEO X Handheld, at no additional cost. Visit the site at: http://www.funstock.co.uk/ FunStock also confirm they will stay open over the Christmas period (including Christmas Day) to ensure that any pre orders and new orders are shipped as quickly as possible over … Continue reading NeoGeo X Gold Lands In Europe

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