Category:  Features

By Guest Author, July 28, 2016 0 Features

Today’s technology offers a variety of ways by which people can be entertained online. It ensures access to videos and live feeds, images, written word, and most importantly online games. Most of these games have a strong “social” element, meaning that… Read More »

By Guest Author, April 20, 2016 0 Features

It’s surprising to think that while there’s an ever-growing tech industry developing new video games and bringing out new ways in which to enjoy them. In recent years there’s been an increasing number of people collecting and playing games that… Read More »

By Guest Author, March 21, 2016 0 Features

Last November saw the release of Electronic Arts’ latest first- and third-person shooter offering Star Wars: Battlefront. It landed on shelves just in time to accompany the furore that was surrounding the impending release of JJ Abrams’ Star Wars: The… Read More »

Mobile Games to Check Out in 2016

By Guest Author, January 5, 2016 0 Features

We’ve finally turned the calendars over to 2016, and in doing so put the endless stream of “Best of 2015” lists behind us. For app users and gamers in particular, these lists never seem to end, as various publications and… Read More »

The Top 5 Mobile Games in 2015

By Guest Author, July 27, 2015 0 Features

You don’t need a spanking new PS5 with Oculus Rift-all-seeing-all-dancing-virtual-reality-fed-into-your-brain-and-arteries-with-laserbeams to enjoy a good, old-fashioned video game. As you can see from our top mobile games for this year, there’s fun to be had at the touch of a finger…. Read More »

By Guest Author, March 11, 2015 0 Features

Design Android 5.0 has introduced its new “Material Design” which really makes it stand out from the current competition. It’s been pieced together in order to bring more a physicality to the layout, to make it feel more real. Google… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, January 29, 2015 0 Features

  The Worst Trend of 2014 For the crap that we were forced to put up with, but wish would stop. Shipping Broken Games   The Pure Joy Award For the game that just made us happy to play, measured in… Read More »

By Guest Author, December 9, 2014 0 Features

The launch of the Nvidia Shield Tablet has reignited an age-old debate, which surrounds the various merits of the Apple and Google operating systems for gaming. This tablet, which is the first on the market to be designed specifically for gaming,… Read More »

By GamerNode Staff, August 18, 2014 0 Features

Video game graphics have come a long way from the 2D pixels of the very first computer games, where the biggest depth in visuals were the rage-spit blotches on your screen that you never bothered to remove. We still haven’t… Read More »

By Trevor DeRiza, August 18, 2014 0 Features

The new generation of games consoles has been with us for a few months now, and according to Sony at least, there’s a winner emerging. There’s traditionally been a strong element of brand loyalty in the console market, but Sony’s… Read More »