Gaming

Gamevice launches a new gaming controller attachment for select iPad models

Gamevice has been offering a gaming controller attachment for the iPhone for quite some time. And for many Android-based devices, too. But, one thing that has been missing is a game controller for the iPad lineup. But that changes, with the company officially unveiling a brand new gaming controller attachment that will fit several different iPad models across Apple's range of tablets.

Microsoft’s ‘Keystone’ cloud streaming device may take on the Apple TV in the future

At one point in the past, Microsoft was putting a lot of the company's eggs on a future focused almost entirely on streaming entertainment. So much so that one of its previous video game consoles, the Xbox One, was practically kneecapped right out of the gate because of Microsoft's vision for the future. Things didn't pan out that way, though, and now, with the Xbox Series S and Series X, Microsoft's back on track. But that doesn't mean the company has given up on that particular dream.

Emails show Microsoft was willing to ‘turn Xbox-exclusive games into iPhone apps’

The App Store is a lucrative business. Not just for Apple, though. For the thousands of developers who host apps in the digital storefront, it can mean big earnings, too. If anything, it's just a way to get your name, company, app, or game out there in front of a lot of eyeballs. So of course Microsoft would very much want to make sure it's accessing every available avenue towards the digital storefront.

Rocket League Sideswipe with its car soccer shenanigans launches globally for iPhone and iPad

Remember back in March of this year, when video game developer Psyonix made some waves when they announced a brand new car soccer (football) experience for mobile? That was some good news, especially for fans of the original Rocket League they've been playing on PC and consoles for years. Unfortunately, we didn't know when, exactly, the game would launch. But, surprise! It's here now.

Disney Melee Mania will let you duke it out with your favorite Disney characters exclusively on Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade is home to over 200 games right now. It's a rotating library, but, even so, there is a lot of content to choose from on a subscription service that retails for $4.99 per month. What's more, Apple and game developers keep working out deals to keep adding new titles. For instance, a brand new brawler with your favorite Disney characters.