Today in a special edition of Nintendo Direct, the game maker announced the upcoming arrival of the new title Tomodachi Life, a Mii-based game that allows gamers to turn their friends and relatives into the game's characters. The game is set to arrive for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS in the near future.
Late last month, a discussion with Oddworld Inhabitants' co-founder Lorne Lanning was posted over at Xbox Achievements, where it was said he believed the performance difference between the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 was closing. As it turns out, his statements were misinterpreted.
The Walking Dead game series, which is split into multiple episodes that comprise a series, have finally hit the Google Play Store, expanding their audience to Android users. The game is available for free, and joins the versions already available for those on other systems.
Borderlands fans who've waited patiently to play the game from their handheld shan't wait much longer: Sony has announced the upcoming launch of Borderlands 2 for the PlayStation Vita, something that will be kicked off with the availability of a Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PS Vita Bundle next month.
Star Wars fans, amidst all the speculation and excitement surrounding the upcoming movies, were almost graced with a video game based on Darth Maul, according to a demo reel that has surfaced. The game was reportedly set to be an origins game for the Sith, but was cancelled instead, never seeing the light of day.
As virtual reality continues to grow and interactive gaming in general becomes a bigger focus, some Stanford engineers have developed the next item of attention: an emotion-sensing game controller, which could lead to customized game play based on how the gamer is responding.
During GDC earlier this year, we went hands-on with the oddly popular Goat Simulator, giving a look at the gameplay in all its wonderful absurdity. For faithful players who are looking forward to the upcoming 1.1 update, take heart: multiplayer will be arriving with it, as well as a new map.
Your screen projector or home entertainment center has nothing on this. Trying to outdo the record he set last year, Drexel University professor Frank Lee has set up a game of Tetris on not one but two opposite sides of Philadelphia's Cira Center.