The Archos GamePad doesn’t have the flash or the breadth of capabilities seen in NVIDIA’s Project SHIELD, but at just $169.99, and available already in the UK with a US launch coming in February, the GamePad could be the answer for Android gamers jonesing for some real controls to use with ... Read More »
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Over the past few years, the video game market has changed dramatically. In the past, the market was dominated by players like Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, but the proliferation of smartphones has turned the industry on its heels. While there are still millions of consumers who are willing to buy $60 games for a traditional ... Read More »
Android has some killer games on the way with the arrival of NVIDIA’s Tegra 3. Bladeslinger, Shadowgun and Riptide GP are just a few, but have you ever heard of Desert Bus? You don’t have to wait for a Tegra 3 device to enjoy the complete Desert Bus experience, it’s officially available now ... Read More »
It’s a tough time to be Nintendo lately, and a recent report by Bloomberg suggests Nintendo’s shareholders are angry about their business model. It’s no secret that sales of Nintendo’s Wii and 3DS gaming consoles are struggling as of late. And with the gaming industry less-than-impressed with the upcoming WiiU console, it appears shareholders want ... Read More »
Big Blue Bubble (try saying that five times fast) has launched the Android version of their popular Burn the Rope application today. Burn the Rope is one of the top games on iOS, and with good reason; once you pick up this addictive platform puzzler, you’ll be hard pressed to put it down.
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