Sony Pictures Television unveils new iPhone games


Sony Pictures Television (SPT) on Monday announced plans for several games for the iPhone and iPod touch coming in 2009.


Ghostbusters is a new game planned on the hit comedy movie with Bill Murray and Dan Ackroyd; it’s being developed to tie in to a new Ghostbusters game coming out in June. New York City is facing an invasion of ghosts once again, and you have to save the day by catching them. Continue reading

Blizzard unveils new


Activision Blizzard has today unveiled the latest, re-vamped version of its multiplayer system and has confirmed reports that all future Blizzard games will require a account.

The new version of brings a whole host of minor changes to the long-running online gaming service, but the most important tweak is that players can now link all their Blizzard multiplayer profiles under a single account, streamlining the whole process of logging in.

The system actually goes further than just linking gaming profiles together though – you can also connect your Blizzard forum accounts, store details and multiple World of Warcraft accounts to this single account. Merging your multiple accounts is totally optional right now, but will become obligatory in the future according to Blizzard:

Currently, creating a account and merging World of Warcraft accounts is entirely optional. However, as we continue to build additional functionality into the new, we will eventually require all active World of Warcraft accounts to migrate over to Accounts in order to continue playing.

The announcement also confirmed that all future Blizzard titles, such as StarCraft 2 and Diablo 3 will require an authentic account.

Somewhat complicating the matter though is the fact that the existing version of will continue to run for older games, such as Warcraft 3 and Diablo 2, under the title of Classic – which will continue to use the old system and login details.

Are you as bewildered as us? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.

by Joe Martin

Zombieville USA Update and Lite Version

Touch………..if you dare

A very interesting iphone game

We last looked at Zombieville USA when it was first released in mid-February.

The survival shooter has since rocketed up the charts to the top 10 position in the App Store, and for very good reason. Despite its seemingly simple gameplay, Zombieville actually requires some strategy to progress and is a whole lot of fun.

Last week, Mika Mobile updated the app with a number of requested improvements including:

  • Two new zombie types that appear in high levels
  • 3 different difficulty choices
  • Pause button
  • Improved firing controls
  • Weapon balance tweaks

A Lite version has also bee introduced [App Store] which gives you a single level to play to get a feel for the mechanics. If you haven’t tried this game yet, we give it a solid recommendation.