(Opinion) The Nintendo Switch is just a bit shy over 1 year’s old. And while I was late to the party (not obtaining my own copy of the hybrid console until last February), it seems to have had a great lifespan – at least, according to other outlets. And it’s fair enough to assume so. … Continue reading Nintendo Switch: Where it Should Go
From time memorial, man has indulged himself into seeking out ways to improve his living standard. The application of this science into practical purposes is what is termed ‘technology’. The constant evolution of technology has affected every part of human existence: information is more accessible, we enjoy good roads, better & healthy living. We can … Continue reading Awale, Backgammon and 1 other Game Technology has transformed
Pokemon GO is a augmented reality mobile game that released (without announcement) on July 6th, 2016 (in the U.S.). I was in my friend’s car when I refreshed the Google Play store, and searched ‘pokemon’ to come across its app tile in the results. When I got home, I rushed to that Play Store and … Continue reading Why Pokemon GO Falls Short
Just when many PS+ members already felt let down by the considerable low-quality service that is the PS+ membership, Sony made an update to their latest “free games” blog post and sent emails to respective members regarding a price change to the current PS+ model. As of September 22nd, the company will be upping the … Continue reading SONY announces increase in PS+ Pricing. How will this affect the service?
CaptainSparklez, popular YouTube gamer and “Minecrafter,” uploaded a video to his channel yesterday titled Minecraft: Working Cell Phone w/ Web Browser and Video Calling. In the video, he discusses how Verizon had asked him to showcase a project they’ve been working on in the game ‘Minecraft.’ It was way cooler than anyone had expected. The … Continue reading Verizon Makes a Working Video Calling Phone in Minecraft [VIDEO]
Ars Technica ran benchmarks on November 13th of the Steam Machine, against Windows 10. The result was pretty much the fresh operating system processing gaming much faster than the machine meant for a couch-convenient PC gaming experience. The two systems are relatively close when it comes to the mechanics for gaming, but the Steam Machine … Continue reading Steam Machines: slower at gaming than Windows PC
Grand Theft Auto Online Heists is coming March 10 The Launching of Grand Theft Heists for GTA Online is scheduled for March 10th. Heists will bring a brand new four-player cooperative gameplay experience to GTA Online, giving players the chance to team up to pull off a string of intense, multi-part raids and robberies across … Continue reading The Launching of Grand Theft Heists for GTA
The two most popular gaming networks, PSN and Xbox Live, have been offline most of Christmas day due to a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack. A group named the Lizard Squad has taken credit for the attack. This is the same group that credited themselves for an attack on the PlayStation network and MMO … Continue reading PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE offline due to Attacks
Nintendo has revealed that it will be releasing it’s new Star Fox for WiiU game ahead of the more anticipated Legend of Zelda title. During the Game Awards in Las Vegas, CA, the developer of the ever-lasting Mario franchise show cased in a video that the game will be released in 2015 – a head … Continue reading Nintendo’s new Star Fox Game said to release before the new Zelda Title for the WiiU
Here are the most terrifying Android horror games we could find on the play store. These Android horror games will scare the pants off of even hardened gamesters.
Back in August, Sony started teasing a new feature they call “Share Play”. Though we’re still waiting to see just how well it works, the idea itself is wonderful: once enabled, you can let your friends play your games with you (or by themselves, even) from across the vast Interwebs without them actually owning a … Continue reading PlayStation 4 Update Coming Next Week With ‘Share Play’ Feature
Xbox One owners will be able to attach their Kinect motion sensors to Windows PCs and tablets thanks to a new adapter introduced by Microsoft. The new $49.99 adapter is specific to Kinect sensors built for Xbox One, and it plugs into the USB 3.0 port of Windows 8 PCs. Microsoft already sold a separate … Continue reading New Microsoft adapter lets Xbox One’s Kinect play nice with PCs
Temple Run might have let you gone through series of harrows, chased by an angry monstrous monkey and overcoming deadly obstacles. Well, the saying that you can be anything is true, at least on your Android device: Spirit Run Game will let you go through ancient rituals, transform your soul into an animal’s and help your … Continue reading Spirit Run Android Game Review – Translate to the Spirit Realm
Every year or two they release a new Spider-Man game. Every year or two I get my hopes up that the developers have made a proper follow-up to 2004’s Spider-Man 2—the only fun Spider-Man game in recent memory. We’re now a decade out from that, and Amazing Spider-Man 2 shares (mostly) the same title as … Continue reading Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review: Swinging nowhere
Here is something for the gamers. If you need to turn your friends into war enemies, go on adventures or solve ‘head cracking’ puzzles together, the new console games is the answer you seek. The latest PlayStation 4 titles, featuring mutiplayer facility and more advance gaming environment boast of answers for any co-op gaming style you … Continue reading Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 and 6 Co-Op PS4 Games to Watch in 2014
The saga of 2013 has long been kept in check. Earlier before now, we considered 20 PC games that rocked in 2013, various WordPress plugins and the themes we loved in 2013. Generally we, had an amazing year in 2013 and a good start to a new year but before the month finally round up, … Continue reading The Most Expensive Video Games in 2013
Best smartphone games you can download for free. The games in our list is available for both iOS and Android devices and adaptable to any screen size.
“All work without play” they said, “makes Jack a dull boy”. 2013 would have been incomplete without all the fun in it. Today, EWT is bringing your attention to the top 20 PC games that branded our 2013. The games shortlisted here can easily contend for the ‘best game of the year’ award. If your … Continue reading 2013: Top 20 PC Games that made it a Year