The Sims FreePlay, MoonCraft, The Walkind Dead, The Simpsons: Sky is The Limit


Love playing fun games on your Android or iOS devices? Read on as we take you into the fun world of gaming, listing top 5 games of the week. The Sims FreePlay Now grow potatoes or seeds or spend some time in baking fun with The Sims Freeplay that’s available for free for Android and iOS devices. Played in real time, the game is sure to test your patience level as it takes months to attain level 52.    The Walking Dead: The Game A masterpiece in itself, live and enjoy the experience of killing zombies for free on your devices as these undead people come pounding down your door! Mooncraft Play as you desire and explore the blocks to create an environment that’s ideal and personal with Mooncraft that’s available for $1.99 at iTunes and Google Play Store. Scribblenauts Remix Out for $0.99, sky is the limit for this [+more]

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The Real Human Beings Come to Sony PS4, PS3 Held The Technology Back…


In an interesting move to offer gamers the best gaming experience, Sony has decided to push up the realism feature and house characters that look like real human beings in its upcoming next-generation PlayStation; the PS4.    Taking this creative and innovative move might be a huge step for the success of the forthcoming PS4 that’s anticipated to roll out by the end of this year. Hoping to make the computer-generated characters look real, Mark Cerny, Lead System Architect, PS4 addressed the audience at Develop In Brighton 2013. He said that this move will make gamers so engrossed in the game that they might overlook the fact that they are looking at CGI rather than captured video. Calling the whole experience of creating a PlayStation magical, Cerny said that the lack of showing human emotions in the PS3 was holding the technology back in the world of storytelling, when compared [+more]

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The Sinfully Delicious Trailer of Grand Theft Auto 5: Comes Yet Again To Bring You At The Edge of Your Seat


For those obsessing in the world of gaming, the Grand Theft Auto games have always been exciting and thrilling. Engaging players in their world of sandbox, Rockstar Games is all set to release the Grand Theft Auto V games, with as said by Chris Baker, “surprising narrative richness”. With a thrill of crime and chase, the edition comes five years after its predecessor. The gaming company has also taken out a five-minute trailer for the Grand Theft Auto, which shows the game to be bigger and involving. With bright and clear graphics, the Grand Theft Auto V plunges players into the world of country side with intact wilderness, beaches and backwoods, the inspiring and the absurd. Based around three protagonists, the game allows users to switch players at will. It includes Michael, the bank robber-cum-family man; Franklin, the street-smart hustler; and Trevor, who looks like a very angry person. Players can plan, [+more]

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PS3 Vs Xbox 360: Coming Soon on Next-gen Mobile Games


With an eye on the PS3 and Xbox 360 graphics, the Electronic Arts studio announced ranking up the graphical ability of its games in the upcoming smartphones and tablets. Frank Gibeau, President, EA Labels, made his statement saying that the firm is working on to modify the gaming engines used to build current-gen consoles that it hopes will improve the company’s titles for various iOS and Android devices. He further added that all forthcoming tablets and phones will have the same graphics in games as Xbox 360 or PS3. With this, it appears that future variants of FIFA, Need for Speed, Real Racing and co. will run efficiently on an iPad or Nexus device, same way as they run on a HD television. Expected to roll out a revised version, the firm, we hear is also working on to improve ports of console classics, getting rid of uncomfortable control systems [+more]

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Temple Run Gives Us Adrenaline Rush: Second Edition Goes Like Lightning To Hit 20 Million Downloads

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  Gaming enterprise Imangi has released the second edition of its ever popular game, Temple Run and has managed to clinch the top spot with its latest release. So what makes the game click? One finds out… It has been a wondrous time for Imangi Studios which has reveled in the success of its ever popular game, Temple Run which recently had the release of its second edition. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the game has raced away to the top spot. Within four days of release in its iOS version, the game has gathered a whopping 20 million downloads. Temple Run 2 follows the key plot where the central character, a wandering explorer steals an idol from an ancient temple and unfurls a conundrum of demons, chaos and random events. The gamer controls the character through his fingers maneuvering him out of the temple and escaping the [+more]

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Assassin’s Creed 3 Faced with Bugs and Glitches

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The exploits of Connor and his ilk have catapulted Assassin’s Creed 3 into the golden ring with a record breaking 3.5 million figure for the first week. But the game is now getting bogged down by a series of bugs and glitches which have led to disappointment all around. The game which features the half British, half Mohawk, Connor Kenway battling adversaries through the events of the American Revolution is facing dire straits with its troubled game play which has bugged gamers in large numbers. But there is hope at the end of the tunnel as Ubisoft has promised a patch by the end of this week to fix the spotted bugs in the system. The PC version, on the other hand, would be released with the aforementioned patch and PC gamers can have a better experience as compared to their PS3 and Xbox counterparts. The patch may feel like [+more]

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Get Ready for a Smaller Version of the Sony PlayStation 3 or PS 3

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A smaller version of PlayStation 3 video game console is in the making, announced Sony at the start of the Tokyo Game Show in Japan, which the firm hopes to launch by the fall this season. Sony PlayStation 3, famously known as PS 3 has been a hit ever since its first launch in 2005. Now Sony is in plans to launch the smaller version of PS 3 in three models, one with a 12GB flash memory drive, another with 250GB hard disk drive, and a third model with a 500GB hard disk. Sony is designing this latest version with 25 percent less weight and 20 percent small volume of its predecessors that had 60GB hard disk drive. Designed in a curved style, the new PlayStation 3 will have a sliding disk cover. The smaller console from Sony will go in sale in North America this fall. The 500GB version will hit [+more]

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The 007 Virtual Experience: Coming Soon


Here’s some great news that will make all fans of James Bond rejoice. The classiest, most suave and sexy spy is coming soon in the form of a video game, giving everyone a hand at going undercover in a stylish way. Designed as a first-person shooter game, 007:Legends is expected to launch on October 16, and will be available as a PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 game. The story of the game spans across Bond’s entire career, and features missions from across numerous Bond flicks, including Goldfinger, Die Another Day, License to Kill, and even the yet to be released Skyfall. A sneak preview into the Goldfinger mission reveals young James Bond as an investigator into the villain, Auric Goldfinger, and his plan to irradiate all the gold held within Fort Knox. The mission even has memorable characters from the original movie like Oddjob and Pussy Galore making appearances. You [+more]

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Social Gaming Company Zynga Loses its Chief Creative Officer


Even as Zynga comes to terms with the round of multiple resignations, the latest one to follow suit is Mike Verdu, Chief Creative Officer of the social gaming company. Other executives who recently left the firm include chief operating officer, John Schappert, and general managers Alan Patmore, Eric Bethke, Ya-Bing Chu, and Jeremy Strauser. Verdu has handed in his resignation and plans to set up his own company. The creators of popular social games such as Farmville, Zynga’s stock prices have tumbled down to 20 percent of its peak value from the first half of the year. In his parting blog post, Verdu thanks his colleagues at Zynga for all of their support and encouragement, and expressed pride on having seen the company transform into a “vibrant community of game designers, producers and creative leaders”. As Verdu transitions out and tries his hand at being an entrepreneur, his roles will [+more]

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