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  • Blog Post: Pokémon Trading Card Game Comes To United States iPads On September 30

    The long wait is over, Pokémon Trainers. The digital version of the popular trading card game arrives on iPads tomorrow, September 30. The title was soft-launched in Canada last week, and it’s now spreading to territories across the globe. The digital version of the game connects to your... More
  • Blog Post: The Pokémon Trading Card Game Online Arrives In Canada’s App Store

    In August, The Pokémon Company announced an iPad port of its digital trading card game. Today, Canadians get a crack at it early, as the Pokémon TCG Online is now soft-launched in that territory. If you’re not in Canada, there is still reason to be excited. Soft launches typically... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Defend, Deceive, Retrieve

    Mobile gamers never have a lack of games to play. Finding a good game to play, however, requires some thinning of the herd. This week’s mobile highlights feature games across several different genres, so we’ve picked out something for just about everyone. Anomaly Defenders Developer: 11 Bit... More
  • Blog Post: Goat Simulator Selling Absurdly Well On iOS, Android

    After being on sale for less than a week, Coffee Stained Studios' ridiculous goat simulation game has hit a major sales milestone. The developer has announced on its blog that Goat Simulator has already sold more than 100,000 copies on iOS and Android. With a $4.99 price tag on both systems, that's... More
  • Blog Post: 2K Returns To The Rink With NHL 2K For iOS & Android

    2K Sports hasn't had a hockey game since NHL 2K11, but Visual Concepts and Virtuos Games are lacing up once again for NHL 2K on iOS and Android. The game comes out in the fall for $7.99, and features a career mode, 3-on-3 mini-rink game, multiplayer, the Winter Classic, a shootout, and more. Roster... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest 1 Expected To Land On iOS Tonight

    The English version of Square Enix's Dragon Quest 1 is expected to land on the U.S. App Store this evening, marking the first time in fourteen years that Enix has released the original Dragon Quest in North America. As we confirmed at PAX Prime 2014 , Square Enix has plans to bring more classic Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: MOGA Announces Full-Sized iOS Controller

    When PowerA announced its first iOS controller, the MOGA Ace , in November 2013, the form factor caught us a bit by surprise. Not only did it deviate from MOGA’s traditional design, mimicking console controllers, but it didn’t take advantage of previous innovation. The MOGA Rebel is a step... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On Wearable Gaming Technology That Could Be Moved Over To Apple Watch

    Apple only officially announced its Apple Watch today , but Electronic Arts already has ideas for the wearable technology. In an interview with CNET , Frank Gibeau – head of EA's mobile efforts – confirmed the company's interest in Apple's new device. Gibeau said that EA has two... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Game Series Should Get A Mobile Release?

    There is a lot of room in the mobile space for many of today's popular franchises. Let's explore some of the ways developers could translate their favorite series over to a mobile market. Indie developer Team Meat, recently debuted Super Meat Boy Forever at this year’s PAX. The game is... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock Priced For iOS, Launching Tonight

    BioShock's port to iOS was announced earlier this month, and now we know when we will be able to play it. The game will be $14.99 and should be showing up in iTunes tonight. The iOS version of the game will offer controller support, but you will also be able to play the game using the touchscreen... More
  • Blog Post: Flappy Bird Creator's New Game Is Swing Copters

    Dong Nguyen, who set the world aflame with Flappy Bird, is back with a new game called Swing Copters – and it looks just as challenging. Nguyen's Flappy Bird was a worldwide sensation, and soon made him the only game developer in the history of the industry to stop selling his own game because... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon Card Game Coming To iPad

    First, you had to buy physical cards. Then the Pokémon trading card game went onlin e , expanding to an even broader audience. Soon, even more players will be able to battle when the Pokémon TCG is released on iPad. That's the news coming out of the Pokémon World Championships... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – The Sincerest Form Of Flattery

    This week's mobile highlights include new takes on critically acclaimed games both old and new, with a port of a fan-favorite and a new free-to-play WWE-themed card game thrown in for good measure. Also, Android users will be pleased to know that almost every game on this list is available on the... More
  • Blog Post: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies Is Out Now On iOS

    As promised , Phoenix Wright and company have returned to the courtroom with the rerelease of Dual Destinies on iOS. Even better: The first episode is free. Dual Destinies follows Phoenix, Apollo, Athena, and other colorful characters from the bizarre Ace Attorney universe as they unravel murders. One... More
  • Blog Post: Put An End To The Infinity Blade Loop With These 3D-Printed Figures

    Many video game statuettes available for sale are based on established characters, and while that's certainly appealing, part of the fun of interacting with video games is in lending your own imagination to the equation. Today, Chair has announced a solution for bringing fans' own creations within... More
  • Blog Post: Valiant Hearts Beats Onto iOS Next Month

    If you missed Valiant Hearts: The Great War the first time around on new-gen consoles, fear not. Today, Ubisoft announced that it's WWI interactive fiction game is heading to iOS September 4. To accommodate the transition to a touchscreen, Ubisoft Montepellier has included gesture-based controls... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile - Clones, Gods, And Remakes

    Looking to scratch that mobile game itch this week? Look no further. This week, we take a look at recently ported excellent titles that you may have missed as well as a couple of brand new titles (well, sort of) that hitch on interesting premises from past games. As always, be sure to let us know what... More
  • Blog Post: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Coming To iOS

    Soon, you'll be able to play Capcom's recent courtroom adventure on your Apple device. Capcom Unity just delivered the news that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, which is already available on iOS in Japan, will be coming to Apple devices in North America and Europe. So specific... More
  • Blog Post: Secret Of Mana Hitting Android This Fall, iOS Version Discounted

    Square Enix's classic JRPG is coming to Android. In addition, iOS users looking to purchase the game will be pleased to hear that this news brings a discount for the port. Until August 10, you can pick up Secret of Mana for $3.99 on iOS, a decent five dollar discount. No specific word yet for the... More
  • Blog Post: Revisit Rapture When BioShock Comes To iOS This Summer

    2K Games has found success in bringing console-quality titles to mobile devices. XCOM: Enemy Unknown was a triumph, and the team at Firaxis has also created unique strategy experiences for iOS and Android. Now, one of 2K’s best of last-gen will be able to come with you wherever you go. Irrational... More
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