This Saturday at the SpikeTV’s Video Game Awards, developers took advantage of having the eyes of the gaming world on them and released several trailers for some of the biggest games due out soon. Here are the recent debuts and announcements.
It was December 2009 that Angry Birds first flew onto the iTunes App Store. Now two years later, Rovio celebrates its "Birdday" with version 2.0 of the game, complete with new levels and the unlocking of all existing ones.
With Nintendo 3DS owners are likely diving into the free firmware update that Nintendo rolled out this week, Boingo Wireless is going to make air travelers with the 3DS even more excited with another freebie.