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  • Blog Post: The Walking Dead: Michonne's Series Finale Gets A Launch Trailer

    The final episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne is a few days away, but you can watch the launch trailer right now. The trailer threatens that everything you've become in the first two episodes leads to this, so hopefully you've made good choices. Episode 3 The Walking Dead: Michonne releases... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone's Next Patch Contains Some Major Nerfs

    In advance of the Hearthstone's Year of the Kraken and upcoming Whispers of the Old Gods expansion, Blizzard is updating some staple Hearthstone cards. We've got a full breakdown of what's affected. Blizzard posted the changes on Battle.net , along with detailed descriptions for why each... More
  • Blog Post: Sentinels Of The Multiverse Video Game Kickstarter Will Digitize Remaining Expansions

    In 2014, cooperative card game Sentinels of the Multiverse was given the digital treatment. Earlier this year, publisher Greater Than Games announced it was wrapping up the game with a final physical expansion, however there are still some add-ons left to join the video game. Today, developer Handelabra... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: You Can Get You Must Build A Boat Free At Starbucks

    Caffeine junkies that frequent Starbucks know that the chain often gives away music and apps at the register. The latest is one of 2015’s best mobile games. You Must Build a Boat is a twist on match-three gaming with a dose of infinite runner. With a quest-style approach, colorful cast of characters... More
  • Blog Post: Epic's Tim Sweeney Doubles Down On UWP Criticism, Challenges Apple To Open iOS Platform

    Last week Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney wrote a scathing editorial about Micosoft's UWP initiative, calling it a thinly veiled attempt to monopolize the Windows ecosystem. Given Epic's close past with Microsoft, working on both the Gears of War series and operating as a sounding board for the... More
  • Blog Post: Hearthstone Patch Adds Deck Recipes, More Deck Slots

    The latest Hearthstone patch has been released, and with it deck recipes have been added to the digital CCG. These deck suggestions provide new players with guidelines they can use to build fully formed competitive constructed decks. In addition, the patch will grant players an extra nine deck slots... More
  • Blog Post: [Trailer Added] Fallout Shelter Update Adds Parrots, Crafting, New Rooms

    Update: Bethesda has just added a trailer for Fallout Shelter's newest update, which includes crafting, new pets, and more. Original Story: Later this week Bethesda will add what it's calling Fallout Shelter's biggest update yet, complete with crafting, new pets, new rooms, and more. The... More
  • Blog Post: New Party Chat Features, Ability To Buy Xbox 360 Games, Game DVR Settings Coming To Xbox One

    Xbox One has been steadily pushing through new features since its launch in 2013, and the next round of updates looks to further synergize the experience for those who like the backward compatibility functionality the console added last year. The update, which is hitting for members of the Xbox One Preview... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Mobile Spin-Off Slashy Souls Revealed

    An endless runner spin-off of Dark Souls called Slashy Souls has been revealed and will be hitting iOS and Android tomorrow, February 28, according to Polygon . Polygon is also reporting that Bandai Namco has been working with GameStop (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer's parent company) on the... More
  • Blog Post: Tetsuya Mizuguchi's New RPG Puzzle Game Coming To North America

    Today GameSamba announced it will be bringing the latest game from Rez and Lumines producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi to the U.S. Announced for Japanese audiences back in 2014, Eighteen is described as an RPG puzzle game for Android and iOS devices. While Eighteen appears to be some variation on the ever-popular... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 1’s Final Fantasy IX Arrives On iOS, Android

    The last of the PlayStation 1 main-series Final Fantasy games is now available on new platforms. The surprise release of Final Fantasy IX brings the game to both iOS and Android. The game carries standard Square Enix mobile Final Fantasy pricing, at $16.99. It’s available for 20 percent off ($13... More
  • Blog Post: Square Celebrates Portal App's Birthday With Free Final Fantasy II Download

    Square Enix has send out a note that fans of the classic Final Fantasy series might find interesting. The company's Final Fantasy Portal App has been around for a year now, and players can download Final Fantasy II (that's Japanese numbering, so don't to see expect Cecil or Rydia a la U.S... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Launching Mobile App Miitomo In March

    Update: Nintendo of America has provided additional confirmation for those in North America interested in Miitomo. News includes details about the new Nintendo Account service and the Club Nintendo replacement My Nintendo . In order to secure the bonus points for Miitomo, you'll need to register... 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: Obsidian’s Pathfinder Adventures Brings The Tabletop To Tablets In March

    Obsidian and Pathfinder publisher Paizo have announced the release date for their first partnership. Obsidian is converting the popular Pathfinder Adventure Card Game from tabletop to iOS and Android tablets, and you won’t need to wait terribly long to play it. Pathfinder Adventures is played with... More
  • Blog Post: Prepare To Drown In Five Nights At Freddy's Merchandise

    We periodically see video games take the merchandising world by storm. A few year back, you couldn't walk down a store aisle without seeing an item branded with an Angry Bird. Now Minecraft is everywhere. In a few months it appears it will be Five Nights at Freddy's turn. The indie game series... More
  • Blog Post: Iron Maiden RPG Running Free On Mobile Devices This Summer

    A free-to-play RPG based in the "expansive Iron Maiden universe" will be coming to mobile devices. Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast is under development by Roadhouse Interactive, the team behind mobile games like Warhammer 40,000: Carnage and Bike Unchained, and 50cc Games, with collaboration... More
  • Blog Post: Katamari Clicker Game Coming To iOS & Android

    The Katamari series is returning, but perhaps not in the way that you were expecting. Tap My Katamari is the new clicker mobile title coming to iOS and Android. Ludophiles has posted a trailer for the game from the Jump Festa 2016 expo in Japan. According to the trailer, the game is "coming soon... More
  • Blog Post: Flappy Bird's Creator Released A New Game Last Week

    Dong Nguyen, the creator of Flappy Bird, released a new game last week with Swing Copters 2. As the title implies, it is a sequel to Swing Copters. You can can grab the ad-supported, free-to-play game for iOS here . Last year, Nguyen famously pulled his massive hit game Flappy Bird down from iTunes at... More
  • Blog Post: ’Tis The Season For Publishers To Discount iOS And Android Games

    If you plan to be traveling for the holidays, you might be pulled away from your home game consoles. This makes for a good opportunity to dive into mobile games. 2K and Square Enix are both discounting a hefty dose of their iOS and Android titles. The following offers last through January 4. 2K Sid Meier’s... More
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