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  • Social gaming in the Walking Dead universe

    0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on August 10, 2012 under Featured, Mobile, PC Gaming
    The Walking Dead universe has now entered the world of social gaming, with a new Facebook application that sees players create a character to experience the zombie apocalypse with. The game begins with a short cinematic of Rick fighting off the undead around the tank, suggesting that this game will follow the TV show storyline as opposed to the one from the comics. The first impression you get ... more.
  • Amazon announces new studio and Facebook game

    0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on August 7, 2012 under Featured, Mobile, PC Gaming
    Amazon has announced the first game from its internal game development studio, Amazon Game Studios, and it's called Living Classics - something that sounds more like a collection of retro games than a brand spanking new title. Designed to be played on Facebook, the free to play title is built with social features in mind. It's a hidden object game where players work to find items hidden in stor... more.
  • What’s Happening to Social Gaming in Japan?

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on May 18, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    Depending on who you talk to, gambling is either a fantastic invention due to the extraordinary revenue it yields, or gambling is an atrocity due to its excellence in wiping out bank accounts.  In many places around the world, gambling is illegal, yet in some places, it is encouraged (ex. Las Vegas).  In the US, gambling laws vary not only between states but also between specific regions within ... more.
  • Mass Effect and Dead Space for Facebook

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on April 12, 2012 under PC Gaming, PC News
    Ever think Facebook would get console games like Dead Rising and Saints Row? Social networking games have just reached a new level. Gaikai is a company that uses cloud gaming to run games through the internet.  As of this week, Gaikai allows Facebook users to try seven games – Saints Row – The Third, Dead Rising 2 – Off the Record, Magicka, Sniper – Ghost Warrior, The Witcher 2 – Ass... more.
  • Have the Days of Handheld Systems Reached an End?

    1 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on February 16, 2012 under Featured, PSP News, PlayStation Portable
    KitGuru recently brought you an article highlighting the growing trend of exercise games and social gaming.  Tablets, smart phones, iProducts, Facebook, and Google Chrome social gaming apps have engrossed a good chunk of the population since their inception.  While these trends have been skyrocketing for some time, how many of you have stopped to think about the impact this could have upon other... more.
  • Staying Fit with Your iProduct – BitGym’s Racing and Sightseeing Apps

    2 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on January 31, 2012 under Mobile, iPad
    When I first started writing for KitGuru, I imagined I would write nonstop about game series like Soul Calibur, Tekken, Mortal Kombat, GTA.  Call me naïve, but I honestly believed gaming trends resided more with fighting and action games than other genres (but then again I live in the gaming world, removed from social gaming apps and the like).  Little did I suspect just how much gaming news re... more.
  • YOU Can Test Code for the US Pentagon on Your iPhone

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on January 21, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming, PC News
    I hesitate to post this article since there are already so many horrible stereotypes about Americans, and this piece of news reaches an entirely new level of insanity.  Before long, a new spin will be put on social gaming…The Pentagon itself is spending massive amounts of money ($32 million!) for universities, researchers, and game companies to develop games for casual players to test US weapon... more.
  • Top 5 Games from Scandinavia

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on January 11, 2012 under Featured, Playstation 3
    Scandinavia – land of the midnight sun and free college tuition; home to Vikings, IKEA, and Legos.  This region of Northern Europe (including Denmark, Norway, Sweden and sometimes Finland and Iceland) is often omitted from the itinerary of world travelers visiting Europe, though it is rich in cultural and history. I find that when I talk to Americans about Sweden, they often forget the name ... more.
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