How $0.99 Could Change The Print Industry

It’s no secret, the print industry is on its last leg. It was revealed a few years back that the world’s largest newspaper, The New York Times, was having financial difficulties*, and had to restructure itself to remain viable. With advertising revenue shifting to new media**, the print industry is struggling to find its identity…

Add Photos Wirelessly To Your iPad

Apple’s latest creation, the iPad, will undoubtedly change the way we interact with our connected lifestyles. For many, casual computing consists of surfing the web, writing emails and sharing photos. Thus far, one of the major concerns with the iPad is getting digital content, such as digital photos, on the device. You can always add…

Camping With Portable Gadgets

One of my favorite summer activities is camping. If you’re like me, it can be difficult to detach yourself from your connected lifestyle. But thanks to portable gadgets such as netbooks, smartphones, and handheld gaming consoles, it’s easier for one to leave the confines of his (or her) digital hub while enjoying a semi-disconnected sabbatical….

Titan Pack For Unreal Tournament 3 Announced

Fraggers rejoice, Midway and Epic Games Officially Announce the FREE Titan Pack for Unreal Tournament 3. New maps. New units. New vehicles. New characters. The most content ever added to an FPS, and all for free! Midway and Epic Games have officially confirmed the Titan Pack is coming to Unreal Tournament 3 for the PC…

A Busy Week For The Xbox Live Marketplace

A weakened economy won’t put a dent on Xbox Live Marketplace releases this week as we’ll be seeing a slew of game add-ons and new Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) titles. For starters, the eagerly anticipated “Grand Theft Auto IV” expansion pack “The Lost and Damned” is now available in the Live Marketplace for 1600 Microsoft…

3 On 3 NHL Arcade Review

Electronic Arts’ (EA) “NHL Hockey” franchise has always been stellar when compared to other professional hockey games. It’s rare that an NHL Hockey iteration doesn’t end-up as one the year’s best titles. So when a game like EA Canada’s “3 on 3 NHL Arcade” is released on the PlayStation Network (PSN) and on Xbox Live…

Getting Neo Geo Wii Virtual Console Titles To Work

While attempting to play “King of Fighters ’94” on the Wii Virtual Console recently, I learned that the title (if not all Neo Geo games) does not work in 480p. This baffles me, as 24 year-old 8-bit NES games have no issues running in 480p. After searching around, I’ve learned of a workaround that involves…

Burnout Party Review

Last week, Criterion released its latest downloadable content (DLC) for its constantly evolving arcade racer “Burnout Paradise“. The new content, dubbed Burnout Party, is Criterion’s first attempt at local multiplayer for Burnout Paradise. So how does this $10 (or 800 Microsoft points) DLC fair? Burnout Party enables up to eight gamers to play amongst each…

Minesweeper Flags Arrives on XBLA

Have a blast this Valentine’s Day with Minesweeper Flags! TikGames announced today the title’s release via Xbox Live Arcade, so grab a controller and have fun with that special someone, blowing each other into oblivion for just 400 Microsoft points. Minesweeper Flags brings explosive excitement from your computer to Xbox Live Arcade! In this all-new…

Dead Rising 2 Officially Announced

After months of rumors and speculation, Capcom finally unveiled the long awaited “Dead Rising 2” for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. The sequel to 2006′ “Dead Rising” is being developed by Canadian developer Blue Castle Games along side series producer Keiji Inafune (who according to the press release, will play an active role in…