Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories was originally released for the Sony PSP, intended to be a mobile-oriented version of the GTA games. It had shorter missions and simpler controls to make the game easy to play on the go and in short bursts. It’s practically perfect for a smartphone.
The game was released for Android today, ... Read More »
Android TV was a big deal when it was announced at Google I/O 2014, but since then, it hasn’t garnered a lot of attention. But now the first set-top boxes are starting to arrive, and one of the most anticipated has become available. Razer’s Forge TV is an Android TV set-top box that’s ... Read More »
You can say what you want about the Android game console market, but there is one thing it isn’t: successful. The OUYA is probably the most popular of the bunch thanks to its huge Kickstarter campaign, but as far as we can tell, its post-launch success has been very small. Mad Catz gave it a ... Read More »
MOGA controllers are awesome accessories that allow you to play games (like first person shooters) the way they were meant to be played: with a controller, not clunky touchscreen inputs. The MOGA Power series even charges your device with a built in battery, which makes it all the better. However, all of these accessories have ... Read More »
With the portable console craze currently spreading like the flu, more and more companies are getting into making gaming consoles and peripherals. Currently, the NVIDIA SHIELD has captivated me the most in this category. With perfect controls, great balance and awesome battery life, it’s amazing for gaming. It helps that it’s perfectly suited for emulators, ... Read More »
That day when you’ll be able to play Call of Duty while sitting on a plane or or at the park is almost here. At Qualcomm’s Uplinq yesterday, OnLive announced the Universal Wireless Controller. The controller will allow you to play video games on any device that supports OnLive, including OnLive’s own MicroConsole, PC, Mac, ... Read More »