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  • Blog Post: Pokémon Photo Booth App Hits iOS

    Its functions are somewhat limited, but The Pokémon Company released a photo booth app today for iOS devices. The app is part of the company's many Pokémon 20th anniversary celebrations. There's not much to it – you can add little captions to your photos that reference Pokémon... More
  • Blog Post: Popular Card Game Exploding Kittens Out On iOS

    A digital adaptation of Exploding Kittens , a multiplayer card game illustrated by Matthew Inman, the creator of the popular webcomic The Oatmeal, is coming to iOS on January 21. The Kickstarter campaign for Exploding Kittens holds the record for being the most backed project in the history of the platform... More
  • Blog Post: Star Wars Battlefront Base Command Companion App Available Now

    EA and DICE have released the companion app for Star Wars Battlefront a week before the game’s release. Base Command is a free tower defense style game that pits players against waves of Imperial forces. The turn-based game deals you three unit cards and three star cards from your deck of 24. Each... More
  • Blog Post: Text Your Fellow Wastelanders With This Fallout Emoji App

    War may never change, but that doesn’t mean you have to keep using the same dull pizza emoji to order your lunch. Bethesda has teamed up with Apple and Android to create an official Fallout emoji app. The Fallout C.H.A.T. (or “Communication Hub And Transmitter”) app lets you pick from... More
  • Blog Post: Say Goodbye To The Borderlands 2 Loot The World App

    Way back in December 2013, Gearbox introduced an app that converts QR codes into Borderlands 2 loot. It’s time to say goodbye to Loot the World . You have succeeded. The world has been looted. The app will rotate out of service tomorrow, October 22. This coincides with extended service on Gearbox’s... More
  • Blog Post: ESL Gaming App Offers eSports Viewing, Competition On Xbox One

    Microsoft and ESL Gaming have announced the release of the ESL app on Xbox One. ESL joins MLG and Twitch as portals to eSports on Microsoft’s new-gen console. With the new app, you’re able to watch eSports events and compete. ESL recommends that new players start with Open tournaments to... More
  • Blog Post: Pokemon TV Available On Kindle Fire

    Pokémon episodes can be watched by several means: through Netflix, Hulu, or the official iOS and Android apps . Now, Kindle Fire users can join in with the Pokémon TV Kindle Fire app, which launched today. The free app gives users access to tons of content from Pokémon’s 16... More
  • Blog Post: WWE Network App Out Today For Console And Mobile

    Wrestling fans looking to view old wrestling videos will be pleased that the WWE Network app is now available on PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360. The subscription-based survey gives access to over a thousand hours of wrestling content to watch on-demand. The video content spans the WWE’s lengthy history... More
  • Blog Post: The NFL On Xbox One Adds Playoff Face Off Surveys And Super Bowl Ticket Prizes

    The NFL on Xbox One app added a new feature yesterday that will allow users to predict performance in upcoming playoff games and even the Super Bowl. If you launch the app, you should see a Playoff Face Off category on the bottom of the screen. All you do is answer questions about the outcomes and performance... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube App Now Available On 3DS

    You're probably at no shortage of outlets to watch YouTube videos, but in case you want or need another, you can now download the YouTube app for the 3DS. Teased in a recent Nintendo Direct, you can now download the YouTube app from the 3DS eShop. The app is free, and as advertised, it allows you... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One SmartGlass Mobile Companion App Now Available

    The updated version of SmartGlass for Xbox One is now available to download for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. This isn't to be confused with the previous SmartGlass companion app that was available for the Xbox 360. This is a new separate app that will integrate with the Xbox One. The... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One SmartGlass App To Feature Matchmaking, Live Help Functions

    Microsoft will be launching a completely new SmartGlass app for use with its upcoming Xbox One console, promising better performance and a host of new features. The app will be released sometime in the 2013 holiday season for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8. The Xbox One will detect and connect with your... More
  • Blog Post: New App Brings Live Events To PSN Starting With WWE SummerSlam

    A new Live Event Viewer app will allow PlayStation 3 owners to access a wide variety of both free and pay-per-view events. The app, which goes live with the schedule PSN update today, aims to bring all manner of live events, from wrestling to concerts to races, to the PlayStation 3. These include the... More
  • Blog Post: Beep Games' Scurvy Scallywags Out Today

    Ron Gilbert's first title since his departure from Double Fine is out today. Scurvy Scallywags is a match three game in which the player must gather loot and travel to different islands. Matching three icons of the same type allow your pirate to progress further and find more treasure. The latest... More
  • Blog Post: Slacker Music Service Now Playing On Xbox 360

    The Slacker music app is now available on the Xbox 360, allowing those with an Xbox Live Gold membership to listen to millions of songs, as well as hundreds of stations, for free. “Slacker brings the world’s most complete music service to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in the US and Canada for... More
  • Blog Post: Free Far Cry 3 App Lets You Monitor Your Multiplayer

    A new free app available for iOS and Android devices lets players keep an eye on their Far Cry 3 multiplayer progress, and even customize your loadouts, among other features. You can head here to grab the iOS version , and here for the Android version . Here all the features you will be able to access... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube Comes To The Wii

    As Nintendo gets set to release the Wii U, the original Wii is getting a new app that lets you watch something called "YouTube" on your television screen. I wonder if this thing will have any funny videos of cats engaging in hilarious hijinks? Today, word came down from the official YouTube... More
  • Blog Post: The Xbox 360 Netflix App Uses A Form Of The Konami Code To Change Settings

    It's not the exact Konami code, but it's pretty close, and you will need it if you want to change some of the Xbox 360's Netflix app's more obscure settings. Pressing up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, up, up, up, up after launching the app, you enter into a sort of debug menu... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube App Available Now For The Vita

    You can download the YouTube app on your PlayStation Vita right now. You can watch YouTube videos in up to 720p resolution, and take part in a whole other assortment of YouTube activities like commenting and selecting favorite videos. Might as well check out the Game Informer YouTube page while you're... More
  • Blog Post: Find Hidden Indie Gems With New Xbox Phone App

    Microsoft just released an Xbox Live Indie Games Companion app for Windows Phone 7, which makes it easier to browse the Xbox’s selection of indie games. App users will be able to pursue all of the Xbox Live Indie Games, read detailed information about every title, look at game screens, and even... More
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