While Syberia 3 is coming to Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 soon, the Android version of the original is celebrating high ranking in the “Brain” category on Google Play. Currently in the Top 5 new paid games, Syberia is holding firm with fans who have not forgotten this classic adventure title.
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Welcome back friends! I hope today to not only to scratch your itch for retro gaming but, to also show you why the Nvidia Shield is one of the perfect platforms to scratch that itch. I will be listing which emulators work with the Nvidia Shield and what Frame Per Second speeds most games run […]
Hello friends glad to meet you one and all. I would like to introduce you to the Nvidia Shield. I understand some of you either have not heard of the Nvidia Shield, and others of you have a problem with the device because it isn’t made by Sony or Nintendo or Microsoft. The old saying […]
Carl Williams recently came to me to give me an opportunity to write for Gaming on Batteries, in the form of Codemon coverage. After speaking with Raul Portales through e-mails, and deciding an interview was the best way to present Codemon to our readers, I drafted several questions I’d hoped he hadn’t answered one hundred […]
Over on our sister site, Gaming on Nintendo, we have some rather interesting news about the impending release of a rare, unofficial, Resident Evil 2 tech demo soon to be released.
Many have tried to dethrone the mighty Nintendo from their pedistal built around hand held gaming. Those same companies have failed, some damn near into bankruptcy over their failed hand helds. It takes clout, it takes deep pockets and exclusive titles to even make a dent in the armor that the Game Boy built.
Willgoo, our first and continuing sponsor here at GoB has just let us know that the factory is closing out the Letcool 350JP hand held system (it is able to be connected to your HDTV for play at home too). This special closeout sale is limited to stock on hand, less than 10 available, and […]
Anyone that has played very many indie games, or has been playing games in general for over a decade or two, knows all about the Boulder Dash franchise, or at least a similar title made in its image. Herocraft are back, along with First Star Software, and they just released an update to the Boulder […]
Time management games are all over the mobile market, almost as prolific as Bejeweled clones are. We have seen sushi bars, restaurants, nightclubs and many other facets of general life hit the time management trail, now we have pizzarias in Pizza Shop Mania (missed opportunity for advertising include Little Caesar’s, Pizza Hut and Dominoes just […]
Physics based games are still going strong on portables, we have enjoyed games where we saved eggs with birds, shot evil soldiers, seen monster trucks take on skulls and more over the years. Now, we can help save people from the gallows in Gibbets 2 on iOS devices. Yes, thanks to Herocraft, you too can […]
Longtime Nintendo fans are quite familiar with Mario’s alternate ego, Wario, and now thanks to Nintendo and their “8-Bit Summer Series” both fans and new gamers can enjoy Wario’s antics on Kitchen Island. Wario is scheming to steal a golden statue of Princess Toadstool that some pirate have (no honor among thieves). Nintendo is known […]
Bomberman is a game that is nearly a genre unto itself, there haven’t been too many titles that really expanded on the basic formula leaving the genre pretty much to one single series that was published by Hudson Soft oh so many years ago. Bomberman hit on Turbo Grafx-16, Genesis, SNES and a few portables […]