The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly has a review of a new game from the studio that has been in development for a while now.It's the latest entry in a long-running series of games by the team at Bionic Commando.That game was recently released for PC and Mac.Here's what the magazine has to say about the game:We're excited to announce that Bionic is coming to PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Nintend...
The future of smartphone games, online video and a plethora of apps and games is looking very different than when Google Play launched in 2009.
Google Play has been a big hit with the smartphone market since its launch in 2009, with millions of games available for free and a slew of other popular apps available for Android devices.
But Google’s Play Store has fallen out of favor with most developers.
It was supposed to be the place to get games for free, but many developers are now finding that the platform simply doesn’t serve them well.
Apple, meanwhile, has seen a big boost in popularity thanks to a slew a number of popular apps that have been made available for iOS devices, including Angry Birds, Watch Dogs and many others.
Apple’s iOS apps have been a huge success, but it’s not clear if they will continue to remain as popular as they were when Google launched the Play Store in 2009 or if they’ll be forced to adapt to new platforms.
That will make it tough for Apple to maintain the same level of growth in its iOS app business.For more: