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Popular Gaming Articles for 2013

Nvidia Shield Review: Gaming, Not Quite Perfected

The Nvidia Shield isn't without its drawbacks, but there's still a decent amount to like here.

Temple Run 2 Review: Imangi Runs Away with It

Imangi Studios returns for more temple traversal in Temple Run 2. The game looks to offer more of the same with new traps, more unlocks, and better graphics. It's simple[...]

PAX East 2013: Nvidia Project Shield Hands-On Preview

Nvidia's surprise announcement from CES, Project Shield, was available for testing at PAX East this weekend, so we made sure to get our hands on it and give it a[...]

Knights of Pen & Paper Review: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword!

Paying adamant fan-fare to countless RPG tropes and mechanics, Knights of Pen & Paper offers an experience that exudes respect and love for the genre.

Plants vs. Zombies 2 Now Available on iOS

Plants vs. Zombies 2 is now available for free download on the Apple App Store. The sequel introduces maps, player-controlled power-ups, and new zombies.

US Mobile Gaming Revenues Hit $1.78 Billion in 2013

More than half of all US mobile users played games on their devices in 2013, pushing revenue to $1.78 billion.

Skulls of the Shogun for Windows Phone Review

Skulls of the Shogun isn't just hilarious and a visual treat, it's a strategy game that perfectly balances depth and accessibility.

Kemco Announces Big New Year Sale for Android Games

JRPG developer Kemco has announced a massive sale on its catalog, offering most titles at 60 to 80 percent off.The sale is for Android and Amazon users and lasts until[...]

Ridiculous Fishing Review: Don’t Miss This Catch

With sound design and an eye-catching aesthetic Ridiculous Fishing casts a wide net that is sure to lure in perspective gamers and non-gamers alike.

Nvidia Targeting Late Q2 Release for Project Shield Mobile Gaming Console

The unique Project Shield handheld from Nvidia is close to becoming a reality, as the company's CEO revealed on Tuesday that it expects the device to reach the market by[...]

Nvidia Reveals Project Shield Mobile Gaming Platform at CES

Nvidia has revealed Project Shield. Equipped with a Tegra 4, processor Project Shield will look to provide a new and open gaming platform that allows gamers to enjoy the mobile[...]

Google I/O: Game Services for Android, iOS & The Web

The new Google Play Game Services -- now available for a handful of Android games -- let you switch easily between a phone and a tablet, among other things.

Smartphone and Tablet Games Combined Outsold Dedicated Handheld Games in Q4

According to a new report issued by IDC and App Annie, the combined sales of games in the iOS App Store and Google Play narrowly exceeded handheld games in consumer[...]

Nintendo Announces 2DS Inexpensive Gaming Handheld

Nintendo announces the 2DS handheld system, an affordable 3DS variant that will be released in mid Oct. for a surprisingly low price.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown Hitting iOS on June 20

The hit turn-based strategy remake XCOM: Enemy Unknown from Firaxis will be making its debut on iOS mobile devices later this week.

TG BLOG: Nvidia Project Shield: Different. Daring. Dead on Arrival.

TechnologyGuide: Nvidia is reaching for the stars with its Project Shield handheld. It is an Android gaming-oriented handheld device. Will it succeed? Not according to this editorial from TechnologyGuide.

Infinity Blade for iOS Is Free for a Limited Time

The popular game Infinity Blade is currently available for free in the Apple App Store. But don't wait, this deal is available for a limited time only. Get more[...]

Giving Your Game Away Can Lead to Big Profits

It sounds counter-intuitive, but free games can generate more profits than for-pay ones. Infinity Blade proved this in the last week. Get all the details from TabletPCReview.

Angry Birds for iPhone Free in Apple App Store for the First Time

For the first time in the Apple App Store, Angry Birds is available for free, but with no word on whether it is for a limited time only.