"Games" Blogs & Blog Posts

KotakuKotaku

Covering all gaming

 
Angry Brown GuyAngry Brown Guy

Random rants or posts by a Brown Guy who is not always Angry. Usually about...

 
Appy Place -- The Appy Entertainment BlogAppy Place -- The Appy Entertainment Blog

The life of an iPhone games startup. By the developers of FaceFighter, Tune...

 
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random thoughts and happenings

 
idreamelectricidreamelectric

Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
TechSlingTechSling

TechSling is a technology blog that features exciting articles on current i...

 
DarkmattersDarkmatters

Film reviews, game reviews. random news and reaction, fiction from the worl...

 


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San Diego Etsy seller Cutting Boredom makes retrogame-inspired cutting boards shaped like old NES cartridges ("the grooves are able to serve as functional juice grooves"); they're made to order and can feature custom etched messages, Zelda logos and...

Arcade Club, near Manchester in England, is Europe's biggest collection of classic games. Retromash went for a visit. Let’s cut to the chase. This place has over 250 arcade machines. Just take that in for a second. It’s the biggest arcade...

Finding the perfect party game is no easy feat. You need something that appeals to the masses, encourages conversation, and accurately conveys to your guests the notion that you’re the best party host on the face of the planet. Board games are...

EA has a penchant for sports games whose stories go beyond the actual match, and that now includes the UFC series. The publisher has unveiled UFC 3, and its centerpiece is a GOAT Career Mode where your choices outside the Octagon determine the fight...

While Australia's renowned natural beauty is often plastered on postcards and featured in the occasional film, it's something yet to be represented in the gaming world. Paperbark, set to release early next year initially on iOS, will change all that.

If you've rented videos or games from the likes of Redbox or Blockbuster, GameStop's new PowerPass will feel instantly familiar. The video game retailer is launching a rental service for used titles and sign ups will begin November 19th.

Originally out for PlayStation 3 and Vita in mid-2013, Guacamelee! hit all the right notes to please both gamers and critics. Developer Drinkbox Studios has decided to keep the fun going with a sequel to the Mexican fairytale-inspired platforming bea...