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Nokia N95’s Wireless Adventure

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 14, 2007

Got this from the guys over at Ogilvy some 3 weeks ago but forgot to post about it. A new competition has just been launched in The Philippines- "Nokia N95's Wireless Adventure" - The search for The Soul of the City! Prizes up for grabs include a Php50,000 cash, a Nokia N95 and trip to Amanpulo. The competition is more like an Amazing Race of sorts that will get you thru the busy streets of Metro Manila, paired with a celebrity and finding clues for each quests using the new Nokia N95. Now, that's where you'll be needing the phone's…

IP e-Games launches Diablo 3 in the Philippines

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: May 15, 2012

IP e-Games today formally launched Diablo 3 in the Philippines to members of the media, bloggers and cosplayers in a short ceremony around noon. IP e-Games is the exclusive distributor of the boxed Diablo 3 installer in the Philippines (the digital downloads go straight to Blizzard). e-Games also shared that there was high demand for Diablo 3 and over 5,000 pre-orders were made as of May 13 for the boxed copies. Diablo 3 retails for Php3,150 and is now available in stores. Disclosure: IP e-Games gave boxed copies of Diablo 3 to everyone who attended the event.

Google+ Games is coming, you playing?

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: August 12, 2011

Google is set to roll out the inevitable -- Google+ Games. The added feature on Google+ is still on limited access only so a few users have it activated in their accounts. Expect to see Angry Birds, Bejeweled and the likes to be there once it becomes available for Philippine users. You should see this once it's activated in your account: Will social games make people use Google+ more and give them reason to stay longer? If it did the wonders for Facebook many years ago, it might do the same for Google+ as well.

NAMCO brings classic arcade games to the Nokia Asha

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: July 9, 2012

Nokia-NAMCO Bandai teamed up to bring classic arcade games to Nokia Asha.In line with the recent launch of their affordable touch Ashas (Asha 311 and 305), Nokia has partnered with NAMCO Bandai to bring the games from the good old days minus the blowing of cartridge. If you know what game this is and what you need to do in this situation , it means that you had your fair share of the galactic war and have blasted a number of bee-looking spaceships in your time. Besides this game, the partnership will also bring these titles to the recently launched…

Your Browser is Now Officially a Portal to Over 2000 MS-DOS Games

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: January 7, 2015

Jason Scott, along with his buddies at Internet Archive (not to mention a legion of over 5 million passionate supporters) have been hard at work since 2013 to curate classic MS-DOS games and make a platform that will be used to play those game on a web browser. Their labor has finally come in to fruition as they announce that more than 2000 old-school titles are now available for everyone to enjoy. Along with the release of its expansive library of MS-DOS games, Jason and his team also unveiled latest version of the Internet Archive’s main page. In a short…

Level Up and e-Games merger announced

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: February 14, 2012

This may come as a surprise but local online game companies Level Up! and E-Games has finalized talks of a merger. eGames made the disclosure earlier this morning at the PSE (since it's a publicly listed company). Both Level Up and eGames are two of the biggest players in the local online game industry are fierce competitors since the beginning. A copy of the press release is shown below: MAKATI, Philippines; 14 February 2012 – IP E-Game Ventures Inc. (E-Games) and Level Up! Inc. (LUI) have reached an agreement to merge their Philippine online game publishing businesses. In accordance with…

World Cyber Games cancels tournaments for 2014

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: February 6, 2014

A recent announcement claims that World Cyber Games Inc. will not organize tournaments and events for 2014. According to a report by OnGamers.com, WCG CEO Brad Lee has sent out an email to WCG partners that the South Korean esports organization will not hold tournaments and events for 2014. The decision was made "after considering the current global trend as well as the business environment." "This year, World Cyber Games Inc. will not organize tournaments and events, including the World Cyber Games finals world." Although Lee's email specified this year's WCG tournaments and events, it also brought a sense of…

Play Game Boy games on your iOS device with GBA4iOS

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: August 2, 2014

Want to kill time on your iPhone or iPad this weekend? Then you might want to try GBA4iOS, an emulator app that lets you play Game Boy games on your iOS device. No Jailbreak required. Want to kill time on your iPhone or iPad this weekend? Then you might want to try GBA4iOS, an emulator app that lets you play Game Boy games on your iOS device. GBA4iOS is free software for the iPhone and iPad that is basically an emulator for Game Boy games. It is now on version 2.0 which is designed from the ground up for iOS…

Longest Running PC Games of All Time

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: January 27, 2015

PC games, like almost everything in this world, come and go. But there are a few titles that stood the test of time and have, up to this date, continued to evolve to cope up with the ever-changing demands of gamers, both young and the young-at-heart. Editor’s Note: The games listed here are originally released for personal computers (regardless of the operating system) and were not just ported for PC use later on. In addition, the publishers of the games we picked have, or are still releasing newer versions of the game either through patch or a sequel. The list…

Level Up, e-Games on Top Philippine Web Sites

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: January 20, 2008

For the longest time, The Inquirer.net has been regarded by everyone as the number 1 Philippine website, previously boasting some 44 million pageviews a month (recent figures pegs it at 28M). Since other sites don't really publicize their numbers, a lot of people are relying on Alexa stats and this website that ranks them accordingly. And, since time immemorial, Inquirer.net (or formerly Inq7.net) has comfortably been on the top of that list. It was only lately that I noticed two other locally-oriented websites have actually displaced Inquirer.net. Here are the latest rankings and the figures: # 1 levelupgames.ph, Worldwide Alexa…