Most of us have fond memories of playing Old School Runescape when we were kids. Back then it was just called Runescape, but the new version had enough die hard fans dislike it that Jagex brought back the original in its current old school form.
The MMORPG has finally come to Android! After being in ... Read More »
Sony and Valve both have streaming services for their platforms, though Valve’s Steam Link is still in beta. Microsoft has not had a way to stream Xbox One content to mobile, but that’s coming soon with the announcement of Project xCloud.
The Room series of games is an awesome way to pass the time. The first game was a slow-paced puzzle game requiring you to open “boxes” by completing puzzles around it and inside it. As time went on it became more complex and difficult, but never really unfair.
Google always does something fun for April Fools’ Day. This year the company announced an outdoor companion to your Google Home called the Google Gnome. The Gnome lives in your backyard and gives you outdoor related info as well as controlling your gardening tools through the power of magic. Watch the ... Read More »
Pokémon Go isn’t as popular as it was during its prime, but there are still plenty of people playing it. And though it’s very late (maybe even too late), Niantic is now updating the game with more features.
Some of the new features include over 80 new Pokémon from Pokémon Gold and ... Read More »
Pokémon Go had an annoying tendency to pause your music when you launch the app. You’d have to bring down the notification shade, which is hidden on the splash screen, and resume your music. Many months after the game was released (and many months after its peak in popularity), this ... Read More »
Pokemon Go captured the hearts of many, but it’s still missing a proper battle system for trainers. Sure, you can battle at gyms, but you can’t battle your friends or strangers around you. Instead, we’re getting Pokemon Duel.
Pokemon Duel is a new strategy game where you have to move ... Read More »