Vrooom vrooom! Choose from a selection of 18 cars, whether they're dune buggies or gleaming supercars, and fling them through 24 tracks of mud, gravel and tarmac. It's reckless, it's racing, it's Reckless Racing 2.
You'd think everyone who wanted to play Angry Birds would have already done so and gorged themselves to near death on its simplistic physics action, but just in case... it's now on Facebook. Same levels to plod through, only now with a mouse and social tools to bother other people with. [Facebook]
War. HUNH. What is it good for? It's good for the tower defence genre, where an endless procession of imaginary conflicts are dreamed up for our entertainment. Elf Defense pits human versus elf, with a knock-down drag'em out slugfest (rendered in glorious technicolor) over Elven turf.
You’ve read the review, you’re eagerly awaiting the 22nd of February release, and now you’re trying to plan you game purchases. I have good news for you, PS Vita games, at least those you download, aren’t going to cost the Earth.
The PSP never exploded. The Nintendo 3DS is a letdown. Now it's 2012, and Sony has the chance for a clean start that'll put console-caliber games in your bag. It does — but does a pocketable console really make sense anymore?
Fancy taking your hardcore yet portable gaming on the road? Vodafone’s offering an exclusive PAYG 3G version of Sony’s latest pocket gaming machine for £279. Top up £5 and you’ll even get Wipeout 2048 for free.
That awesome Star Wars Kinect special edition will finally see the light of day come April 3rd, some six months late. Better late than never though, as it includes an R2-D2 Xbox 360, C-3PO shiny gold controllers, a Storm Trooper-white Kinect, and of course Kinect Star Wars.
Statistics just made up by ourselves over there in the corner suggest that over 76 million man-hours have been lost to Skyrim since it was released towards the end of last year – enough to write the complete works of Shakespeare on 400,000 grains of rice.
The Windows Store will be Microsoft's answer to the Mac App Store. The Verge got an unnamed Microsoft source to squeal about some of the games that will debut in the marketplace. Yes, of course Angry Birds is in there.
The first time I saw it I thought it was a real bloke just standing there. The amount of detail is just amazing, uncanny almost. Virtual humans have never managed to look all that realistic in games, at least those rendered in real time. Maybe they move like us, but when up close and personal, there’s always been something lacking -- until now.
Sony's tweaking the terms and conditions of its online gaming network, revealing a complete change of name in the process. Instead of PlayStation Network, you'll soon be signing in to the Sony Entertainment Network to take care of your gaming business.
A special treat today, folks. Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is an interactive adventure where you play a dead man trying to solve the mystery of his own murder. It's a classic film noir template overlaid with lateral puzzle solving and quirky humour, bought to you by the same team responsible for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. NO OBJECTION!