Ever extending roads and the never ending game which kept on running through the smart phones and tablets of ours is back here in an improved figure under the name ‘Temple Run 2’.
Just as we all expected, Sony announced its upcoming PlayStation 4 gaming console at the February 20 event. While a lot was said about the console at the event, we still have no clue as to how it looks or how much it would actually cost. Pity!!!
According to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, Sony will be adding support for playing games streamed over the internet in the upcoming PlayStation 4 console, which is said to be unveiled during the February 20 event.
This comes as a surprise for all. Yes, Firemonkey’s highly anticipated Real Racing 3 video game will be available for free when it launches on Android and iOS on February 28. The word was delivered by Nick Earl – Electronic Arts’ senior vice president for mobile and social game development.
EA and Firemonkeys have teamed up to release the first trailer of the, third installment of the popular mobile racing simulator game; Real Racing. And to be frank, it looks "simply astonishing".
The third Christopher Nolan Batman movie, the Dark Knight Rises, is starting to hit cinemas, and game makers at 'Gameloft' has just launched the official Dark Knight Rises mobile game to accompany the world premiere.
Limited edition' bundles are not alien to the Xbox 360 console, and the cool thing about it is that, not only do you get a copy of the game with it, but the entire console goes through a makeover to match the theme of the game. Another such new limited edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 bundle is now heading our way.
'Amazing Alex', the new game from 'Angry Birds' maker Rovio, is now available on itunes and Google Play.
Sony has revealed more details about the PlayStation Move Racing Wheel. The peripheral is essentially set for release later this year, with a price tag of $39.99 which translates toOR15 in Oman.
You may have heard of Disney’s impressive, ‘Where’s My Water?’ game on iOS and Android by now. The game involves directing water through various obstacles and makes excellent use of fluid physics. Now Disney has released another game called ‘Where’s My Perry?’ that, again, uses water but this time on all of its states.