Just released for iOS, Windows, and Android systems, Maleficent Free Fall is a free to play app that follows a similar gameplay dynamic to Disney Interactive’s successful release Frozen Free Fall. The goal of matching three same colored gemstones may seem like an easy way to solve a puzzle, but the app’s difficulty level [...]
Great news today for FIFA enthusiasts, as EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil demo can now be downloaded for the Microsoft Xbox 360 (for Xbox Live Gold members) and for the PlayStation 3 console. Xbox Live Silver members will be able to download the demo starting April 8.
According to Gamespot, the demo takes [...]
Oil Rush is a naval strategy game that traversed the PC waters before landing on iOS shores. Actually there really are no shores in Oil Rush’s post apocalyptic world, as dry land is merely a pipe dream. This is a slick future we live in, where capturing refineries is a businessman’s main [...]
The 1995 feature Heat, featuring Robert De Niro as a cool as ice bank robber and Al Pacino as the highly strung flatfoot on his trail, cut a destructive swath through downtown Los Angeles. Shot with the usual verve and testosterone driven moxie that one can expect from a Michael Mann (Collateral, Thief, Miami Vice) [...]
The Grandmaster, director Wong Kar Wai’s (In The Mood For Love, 2046) exploration of the life of Kung Fu legend Ip Man (played by longtime Kar Wai collaborator Tony Leung), hits Blu-ray and DVD November 26.
Hopefully the film, which is being released via Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company, will get [...]
Whether you’re reading a novel, watching a movie, or even playing a video game, a kiss is still a kiss and a story is still a story.
Although naysayers scoff at the thematic and narrative value of video games, creative ventures like Beyond: Two Souls aim to broaden [...]
Ubisoft released a new trailer today for Rocksmith 2014 Edition, a popular teaching/rhythm game which actually enables players to learn how to play guitar.
During June’s Electronics Entertainment Expo, Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell gave a pretty cool demonstration of the game, which comes out in October on Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac. [...]
Black is the color of night. Black is formal. “Black is the color of my true love’s hair,” sings Nina Simone. And now, come August 11th, the darkest of all colors (wait..is black a color) is spreading its film noir, shadowed grip on the Nintentdo 3DS XL.
Previous incarnations of the handheld system came [...]
Grammy award winning rock band Halestorm have made their presence felt this week at E3 2013, as they headline the new video for Bandfuse: Rock Legends. Enabling players to connect real guitars, basses, and microphones to consoles, the game enables jamming on a diverse set of songs from such artists as Slash (who’s on the [...]
Since it’s the week of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, a plethora of announcements have dominated the gaming landscape.
Case in point - NeocoreGames has just announced that they are working on The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II for PC, even though the first installment was recently released via Steam on Windows. Nevertheless, this [...]