For more News click here


  • 20Nov

    Zap zits away faster than ever before

    Gadgets are meant to make life easier and help us do things faster. What better use of technology then to make one that takes away something we all hate? Zits. I always held the belief that you grew out of zits when you became an adult. It turns out that is not true. Zits also have the worst timing in the world. I meet tons of people at Gaming conventions and at every one there it is, the familiar zit. Which of course makes me look like a teenager instead of a professional adult. So what do I look to for help? Tyrell’s Zeno product of course. The Zeno is a small device that fits in your hand. It also easily fits in your purse for on the go treatments. The tip heats up and then you press it against the blemish. The heat destroys the bacteria, which allows the

    Read more →
  • 20Nov

    Turkey Inspired Online Games

    Here are a few cute little games to get you in the Thanksgiving mood… Thanksgiving Matching A sort of Tetris meets Matching Game This one’s like Breakout, but you also get to catch some yummy food! Turkey Tic Tac Toe! This should get you started. I will add more as i find them. gobble gobble! d Follow

    Read more →
  • 19Nov

    Cooking Mama 2 for DS

    In your fully customizable kitchen, Cooking Mama 2 has you preparing 80 different recipes in 150 mini games for some hungry but finicky virtufriends who will judge every aspect of your cooking. You can also hook up with your real friends and host a cookoff in a cooking contest mode. You can see screenshots, a demo, meet your finicky friends, and try a kitchen customization if you Check out Cooking Mama 2 Here! Read the full press release HERE! $29.95 also available for Wii Follow

    Read more →
  • 19Nov

    Vivendi Games Mobile Launches New Surviving High School Game for Mobile Subscribers in North America

    Vivendi Games Mobile announced the launch of the 2008 edition of its hit Surviving High School franchise which has exceeded one million downloads to date. The latest version of the game, developed by Vivendi Games Mobile’s Centerscore studio in San Mateo, California, is now available for mobile phones throughout North America and features new challenges for players as they attempt to survive first dates, football season, school clubs and parties. To coincide with the launch, Vivendi Games Mobile is offering Surviving High School- branded activities and extras via Facebook and MySpace, two of the most popular online social networking services. Facebook users will have the exclusive opportunity to become Surviving High School’s virtual ‘Homecoming King or Queen,’ by inviting their friends to join their clique and accumulating popularity points. MySpace users can download new animated IM buddy icons, wallpapers and view the new trailer on the official Surviving High School

    Read more →
  • 16Nov

    Rant: Why must journalists continue to enforce gender stereotypes

    I saw Enochan did a rant today and I really did not want to do a rant also because it’s friday and between this week and next week it’s probably the best time to be a gamer right now. So I should be relaxed and be a happy gamer. But articles like the one in Reuters today, just infuriate me. As it gets closer to the holidays, we start to see articles in popular news venues about what children want this year. The holidays are big time money and every year there seems to be one must have item. The first research poll I have seen this year is from a company named, BIGresearch. They polled 7,982 U.S. consumers for what kids wanted this christmas. The writers by-line is thism “Barbie rules girls’ wish-lists but boys go high-tech”. The research did show that Barbie was on top of the list.

    Read more →
  • 16Nov

    RANT: Bad “Parent’s Guide to Chistmas Video Game” Articles

    Warning: RANT As I was reading my local paper today I found a very interesting section within the Arts and Entertainment section. It was a column that was dedicated to Video Games, mainly in the shape of reviews. I was kind of tickled pink that the paper has decided to let someone write about video games and publish it for the entire world to see. I also assumed that they were getting paid. So of course I had stop and actually read the section. This particular article was actually geared towards parents, and what are the hot games to be getting their children this holiday season. I began to read the actual list and I became a little disturbed. The list is as follows: Rock Band: T COD4: M (17+) Kane and Lynch: RP ( I’m going to guess it will get a T or M17 rating once it is

    Read more →
  • 15Nov

    Cupcakes that are too awesome to eat

    This woman is amazing. Not only does she design the cutest cupcakes in the world, but these Super Mario ones are perfect for any Nintendo party. The only thing is…would you eat it? You can view more details of the cupcakes here. Hello Naomi doesn’t have instructions on how to create these works of art, but she really should start selling them online! The emote cupcakes here would make any geek melt. Follow

    Read more →
  • 14Nov

    Mass Effect Collctor’s Edition comes to Canada…Eh?

    Unknown to the happy people that live south of the boarder in the grand USA, your great friends in the north have been denied the collectors edition of Mass Effect. Not only were we not getting the collectors edition, we weren’t even going to get the Bonus disk. While other countries were either getting just the CE, or the bonus disk (Europe and Australia respectfully) Let’s ignore the fact that Bioware is a homegrown Canadian company from the heart of our Big oil Province (Alberta), let’s have it so that the Collectors edition is only is the US and Europe. This ticked off a few Canadian, or made them weep with jealousy. I know my own boyfriend took off his pre-order of the game because of the unavailability of the CE. But no longer. The Collectors Edition has been spotted on sites such as bestbuy.ca and futureshop.ca ready to pre-order

    Read more →
  • 14Nov

    Crunch Time

    I know it’s been a while since I’ve had any progress report on my Company of Heroes project. That’s because I didn’t have a computer, the lab hours sucked, the computer I borrowed had a slow memory leak, and I had to fix it. Now I am finally making a map in the editor. Now that I am making a map in the editor I have to get it done by Monday. Monday is Gameplay lock. [i]Gameplay lock- is when all assets related to the game has to be finished. This is including but not limited to buildings, victory points, fuel points, trees, etc. [/i] So I will be working feverishly this weekend to get the map done. Wish me luck! And now for Wednesday’s edition of the news. Follow

    Read more →
  • 14Nov

    Casual Gaming news 11/14/2007

    I’m kind of in the midst of business at this moment and I wanted to stop a bit to give you the news for this week. Korea is buzzing all in my ear and the last news story I’ve posted will tell you about Korean game development studios and their projects. I’m going to skip commentary at the end of articles this week for the likely chance that some one else will comment this time. Until then enjoy: [b]PS3 “not yet ready” for casual games, says Oberon[/b]- peaking at an interactive entertainment conference, Oberon Media chairman Tal Kerret said that he doesn’t think the PlayStation 3 is ready for their casual games. The company has had some success with casual games on the Xbox 360 through Xbox Live Arcade, but has yet to deliver content for the Wii or the PlayStation 3. “Xbox was a great opportunity that they opened

    Read more →
728x90 GameStop, Inc.