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  • Blog Post: Nintendo Apologizes For ‘Failing To Include Same-Sex Relationships In Tomodachi Life’

    Nintendo has provided an additional statement on the lack of same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life . The title, which has sold 1.85 million copies in Japan, will be making its way to the West in June. Nintendo says that it cannot patch the title post-launch, but will endeavor to be more cognizant... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Gives Straight Answer On Gay Marriage In Tomodachi Life

    When Tomodachi Life was released in Japan last year, there was a flurry of news about Nintendo patching out what it called “human relations being strange.” Via alleged mistranslation, this was assumed to be the publisher patching out same-sex relationships. This wasn't exactly the case... More
  • Blog Post: EA Adding Social Functions To FIFA Street

    All you have to do is make yet another account on yet another digital retail service and you can share videos with all of your friends who have done the same. Not only can you share the videos you take of the awesome (or terrifically stupid) things that you pull off in-game, but you can track your friends'... More
  • Blog Post: Kongregate App For Android Phones Updates To 2.0

    Kongregate, the free game-finding mobile app for Android phones, received an update to version 2.0. Now the app offers a slew of additional social network type features. Check out the video below to see an explanation of the new features with Kongregate 2.0. [ Full disclosure: Game Informer is owned... More
  • Blog Post: PixelJunk Monsters Goes Social

    The excellent PSN downloadable game is headed to social networks in the coming months. Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert announced the new project at the Casual Connect conference in Seattle. Cuthbert says the basic functionality of the tower defense game remain intact, with some changes made to better... More
  • Blog Post: Sid Meier Hopes To Have Civ On Facebook This Summer

    The legendary developer's next project, Civilization World, will put 200 people in each game as they vie for cultural, military, technological, and economic dominance. We've known that Meier is working on a Civilization game for Facebook for some time now, but the icon revealed new details recently... More
  • Blog Post: Insomniac Expands Into Social With Insomniac Click

    Insomniac Games is expanding its reach, today announcing the creation of a new division: Insomniac Click. Revealed by Insomniac Games’ Chief Creative Officer Brian Hastings, Click will focus on web and mobile platforms. Answering the question about if Insomniac is “jumping on the social gaming... More
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