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  • Blog Post: Hideo Kojima Would Like To Make An Adventure Game

    The Metal Gear Solid creator admits that he'd like to create an small budget adventure game similar to Papers, Please, but doesn't know when he'll ever have time for something like that. This isn't the first time we've heard Kojima kick around the idea , but when asked about developing... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Tactics Designer Kickstarts New Strategy Game

    Playdek, publishers of mobiles title like Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer and the board game conversion of Lords of Waterdeep, are teaming up with game designer Yasumi Matsuno to design a new game in the spirit of Final Fantasy Tactics. Mr. Matsuno introduced us to his new strategy game, Unsung... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Out For Android And Kindle

    The third in GTA's vaunted PlayStation 2 trilogy is now available at the Google Play and Amazon App Stores . San Andreas is, in many ways, the most ambitious GTA project up until the recent Grand Theft Auto V, and obviously served as the inspiration for that game. The game sells for $6.99. One note... More
  • Blog Post: Launch Trailer For New Thor Game

    Gameloft has released a launch trailer for Thor: The Dark World - The Official Game, which puts players in control of Thor as he battles Malekith and the Dark Elves. Features include hammer and armor upgrades, famous Asgardian allies with unique abilities, summons, and a total of ninety missions to complete... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile – Plants Vs. Zombies And Baldur’s Gate Return

    In our latest edition of This Week in Mobile, PvZ 2 finally hits the App Store worldwide and the distributing team behind Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition settles its mysterious legal disputes. Although this week's lineup happens to be iOS-centric, Android players should know that Sine Mora... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Assaults Mobile Platforms With House of the Dead: The Lost Reels

    Sega's House of the Dead has always been a cult favorite for its over-the-top zombie slaying action. Now, you'll be able to play it on your phone or mobile device. House of the Dead: The Lost Reels, features three "remixed" worlds from House of the Dead: Overkill cast (Papa's Palace... More
  • Blog Post: CD Projekt Planning Two Smaller Game Projects

    In addition to the recent Game Informer revealed The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, the Polish developer is planning two more modestly scaled games to be released sometime before 2016. According to a report on Joystiq, this CD Projekt document posted online details plans for "two smaller (playing... More
  • Blog Post: Gameplay Footage Of Temple Run 2 Surfaces

    Imangi Studios sold eleventy billion downloads of Temple Run, so the fact that there is a sequel should be no surprise. Today, footage of Temple Run 2 was posted on YouTube. According to Imangi, the game will feature: - Beautiful new graphics - Gorgeous new organic environments - New obstacles - More... More
  • Blog Post: A Real Fruit Ninja Faces His Enemy

    You may have played Halfbrick’s simple but addictive mobile game Fruit Ninja, but do you know what the real life struggle against fruit looks like? YouTube user scottdw put together this video based on the classic mobile game Fruit Ninja. Check out what a real life Fruit Ninja looks like in the... More
  • Blog Post: Mobile Games From 2K On Sale

    It’s the holiday season, and 2K Games is celebrating by having a sale on its mobile games. If you are a mobile gamer – or just want to spread the spirit of giving – check out the holiday prices. Don’t wait too long, though, since the sale ends on January 2nd. Borderlands Legends... More
  • Blog Post: Only 10 Percent Of Game Sales Come From Casual Gamers

    The Digital Game Monetization Summit in San Francisco hosted a number of panels detailing opinions and analysis of the games industry. According to Greg Richardson, CEO of Rumble Entertainment, casual games may not be making as big of a dent in the industry as many think. “Of the $50 billion that... More
  • Blog Post: Amazon Game Studios Releases Air Patriots

    A few months ago, online retail giant Amazon announced that it was breaking into the mobile game industry. The company has just released another downloadable game, a tower defense title called Air Patriots. Air Patriots released today for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Unlike most tower defense games, Air... More
  • Blog Post: Livestream Of The Largest Mobile Phone Gaming Party's Guinness Attempt

    Mobile games might not excite you, but what about watching hundreds of people play mobile games at once? The city of Roseville, MN is hosting an event that has a crowd of gamers attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the "Largest Mobile Phone Gaming Party". The current record was... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Alliance Launches Jack Lumber For iOS

    Sega's new mobile publishing wing, Sega Alliance, released its first game today. Jack Lumber, developed by Owlchemy Labs, is a clever variation on the gameplay of the mobile blockbuster Fruit Ninja. The game uses cartoonish graphics to tell the tale of Jack Lumber, a tree-cuttin' man who's... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile 7/13/12

    This week's roundup features the release of new games by the Angry Birds developer and the company behind Sniper Elite. Amazing Alex Rovio Android, iOS $0.99 Amazing Alex is the new game from Angry Birds developer, Rovio. The cheery art style is still there, as are the fun physics-based puzzles.... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile 7/6/12

    In what will hopefully become a recurring feature, we round up of some of the most promising recent mobile releases for you to check out and enjoy. Band Together Backflip Studios iOS $0.99 (free for iPad 2 for a limited time) Band Together is a puzzle platformer tasking you with the management of a group... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Creator's New Mobile Team Is Ready To Impress

    Last week, we reported on how Seamus Blackley, one of the architects of Microsoft's original Xbox was founding a mobile game studio with a group of Atari arcade veterans. Now Blackley has commented on how the future of games may look a lot like its history. Given THQ’s gradually sinking stock... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Co-Creator Reunites Atari Arcade Vets For iOS Game Startup

    Seamus Blackley was one of the architects of Microsoft's original Xbox. Now, he's set his sights on the mobile market, partnering with some revered game designers from the Atari's golden age. In an exclusive interview with Venturebeat , Blackley posits that the new frontier of gaming is actually... More
  • Blog Post: An Angry Birds Movie Could Look Something Like This

    Last we heard , plans were continuing to come together to move popular mobile game Angry Birds into the film arena. We still don't know what that project will look like, but here's one terrifying possibility. This dark, sexy take on a potential Angry Birds film adaptation was posted on Machinama's... More
  • Blog Post: Apple And Google Refuse ESRB Mobile Ratings

    The ESRB, which has long rated console and PC games for content, has announced plans to begin rating mobile games sometime in 2012. However, these ratings might not matter much, as both Apple and Google are planning to ignore this new ratings system entirely. Apple offered no official comment, but a... More
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