Well, after months of wondering the fate of News Corp’s IGN Entertainment, wonder no more. It was just announced IGN Entertainment was purchased for an “undisclosed amount” by mega media company Ziff-Davis.
If you are confused by all of this, so are we. Let’s try and sort all this out. First, you might recall 1UP.com was owned by Ziff-Davis before they sold it to UGO Entertainment in 2009. Then IGN Entertainment eventually bought UGO in 2011 and thus, also owned 1UP. Now, it was just
Originally Posted by spinal
I would like to introduce my new (first) iOS game - MicroQuest.
As programmer Curtis Nerdly was working on his new game, he found evidence that a dastardly pirate by the name of Capt. Nick De Code had gained access to his computer and had stolen a copy of the game. Capt. Nick then proceded to spread copies of the game, causing disruption in his wake.
Help Curtis track down the missing copies of his game and strike a blow against Capt. Nick De Code and his pirate friends.
Originally Posted by Atarifever
I think I'm one of a small handful of people who have not stopped gaming on the Wii at any point in the last few years. There's been a pile of games released that interst me between Wiiware, Virtual Console, and retail, and it seems like almost no one else noticed them. As a result, I'm thinking collctors should really be grabbing up some of this stuff (that I'm buying just because I'm still playing).
If anyone doesn't know the Operation Rainfall story, go do a Google on it. In
Originally Posted by Vipp
You might have this news allready however if you don't yet know, Nintendo have released a FREE download add on pack for the NSMB2 game on the 3DS.
After the 31st of January 2013 it will be for sale so pick it up whilst it;'s free.
Here is a video link to Nintendo President Satoru Iwata telling fans about the add-on pack, Enjoy.
Originally Posted by Cynicaster
I have a confession to make. As much as I revere classic games, to be completely honest, I've never been much of a Pac-Man fan. The best way I can describe it is that I've typically found myself to be more enthusiastic and nostalgic about what Pac-Man symbolizes (let's face it, he's pretty much the poster boy for classic gaming) than I've been about the experience of the game itself.
Not only that, but I've never been much of a fan of "updated" versions of classic games