After lying dormant for seven years, EA has resurrected the NBA Jam franchise to raucous fan praise this past year. After a new HD version of the game was released late last year on consoles, the series will be migrating to yet another platform, the iPhone. The Fight Night series hasn't been inactive for nearly as long, but it too will be getting an iOS release.
Adult Swim Games isn't the only company putting its wares on sale today. The developer of the popular freemium title Pocket Frogs has announced that its entire catalogue of games will be available for free. It's uncertain how long the sale will last.
Well, it was probably bound to happen sooner or later today. If you're an existing Verizon customer, and didn't get in on the fun earlier today, it looks like you're going to be out of luck until next week. Verizon is no longer accepting pre-orders for existing customers.
Retro-inspired platformer, League of Evil, has been released on the App Store today. If you were ever a fan of retro classic, Mega Man, or modern classic Super Meat Boy then you'll definitely want to check this one out. At $0.99, this is an extremely cheap way to get your retro gaming fix.
Cautiously like it, hate it, or stick your fingers in your ears and pretend it doesn’t exist, “adult entertainment” is part of the iPhone app landscape. Really, it’s hard not to respect the vigor and even technical innovation with which smut peddlers embrace new technology. Post-VHS, post-DVD, and mid-Internet, popular handheld devices have to be the next great domain demanding conquering. Despite Apple’s best efforts to curtail apps that focus on activities that belong behind closed curtains, titillation is possible with your favorite handheld.
Last week we took a sneak peak at Gameloft's latest high-profile iPhone experience, Sacred Odyssey: Rise of Ayden. Now, after an some enigmatic pre-release hype, Sacred Odyssey is ready for public consumption. We won't know for sure until the review comes in, but this game looks very promising.
If you're a non-Verizon customer looking to pick up the Verizon iPhone on February 10, and Best Buy is your lone avenue of retail, you're in luck. The electronics behemoth made the announcement today that they will be carrying the iPhone on February 10, the same day it goes on sale to the rest of the general public at Apple and Verizon stores.
One of our personal favorite games from all of 2010 has gone on sale and is now available for less than a candy bar. We listed Game Dev Story in our collection of the Top 10 Games for Avoiding Christmas Boredom, and the anti-boredom quotient has quadrupled now that the game has dropped it's price from $4 to $1.
The often overlooked, but nonetheless fantastic, Baseball Superstars 2011 has officially gone "free" on the app store. Or as the app-saavy like to call it, "freemium." There will still be costs associated with playing the game, but they will appear in the form of optional purchases to enhance the existing play experience.