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  • Blog Post: Nintendo Announces First Smartphone ‘Game’ Called Miitomo

    Nintendo has announced its first partnership project with DeNA , but it’s not the Mario game you might have been expecting. In fact, it’s unclear if Miitomo, the first of five partnership projects due by March 2017, is a game at all. The news was announced during a question-and-answer session... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo To Release Approximately Five Smartphone Games By April 2017

    Nintendo and DeNA are hard at work on their new partnership to bring Nintendo IP to smart phones. While there’s still no firm release window for the first of these (the partnership was just announced in March), we know about how many games to look forward to in the coming months. At its most recent... More
  • Blog Post: New Sony Smartphone Features PlayStation 4 Remote Play

    On October 23, Sony is releasing its Z3 smartphone, which will allow you to play streaming PS4 games on the go. The Z3 is part of a new line of Sony mobile devices that will feature PlayStation 4 remote play. To use your Z3 phone as a PlayStation streaming device, you'll need a DualShock 4 controller... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Now Control Hulu Plus Console Apps With Your Mobile Device

    If you're using your PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, or Xbox One to watch television content through Hulu Plus, you've got a slick new interface option at your fingertips. A new Hulu plus feature now lets you "cast" Hulu Plus streaming content from your phone to one of the compatible... More
  • Blog Post: EA Working On A Mobile Battlefield Game

    The implementation of a mobile app for Battlefield 4's Commander mode was just the tip of the iceberg, says EA Labels president Frank Gibeau. In a new interview with the New York Times , Gibeau said the company is working on a "high-end' Battlefield mobile project of a scale we haven't... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Google Is Developing A Game Console

    The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the tech giant Google is creating an Android-powered game console, and a wristwatch device that will connect with your Android phone. According to the Wall Street Journal's Amir Efrati, his sources have revealed that Google "The Internet giant hopes... 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: Ubisoft Bringing Remake Of Prince of Persia 2 To Mobile Devices

    Ubisoft is readying a remake of the 1993 Prince of Persia sequel for smartphones and tablets. Today, Ubisoft released a trailer for the game, entitled Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame. The video actually begins with a brief look at the original 1993 Prince of Persia 2 (this new remake drops... More
  • Blog Post: Square Bringing Final Fantasy: All The Bravest To iOS Tomorrow

    Apple owners looking for an old-school Final Fantasy experience will be excited to learn that the company is bringing a classic-style RPG to the iPhone and iPad tomorrow. Yesterday's tease has lead to today's announcement about, Final Fantasy: All the Bravest , is a new adventure that features... 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: Halfbrick Offers Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, and Other iOS Titles For Free Today

    Some of the Halfbrick's most successful iOS games are free right now, but you'll have to act fast. In the spirit of giving, Halfbrick announced today that the company's highly popular iOS titles like Fruit Ninja, Monster Dash, Age of Zombies, and Jetpack Joyride will be free at the iTunes... 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: Nintendo Says No To Smartphone Development, Further 3DS Price Cuts

    In a recent interview with the Japanese newspaper Nikkei , Nintendo head Satoru Iwata restated the company's position that it is not interested in developing games for smartphones. He also said that there are no plans for further price cuts of its 3DS handheld. In the interview, Iwata said that the... More
  • Blog Post: GameStop Plans To Accept Trade-Ins And Resell Apple iOS Portable Devices

    If you're looking to ditch an outdated iPod or iPhone -- or buy an older model at a discounted price -- you'll soon be able to do so at video game retailer GameStop. According to a report at the website 9to5mac , GameStop will begin offering all models of iPhones, iPads, and iPods at its stores... More
  • Blog Post: Harmonix Working On Smartphone Apps

    A little over a month ago, Rock Band and Dance Central creator, Harmonix, trademarked the name VidRhythm. However, the studio left fans wondering what this mystery project could be. Finally, CEO Alex Rigopulos has shed some light on the project, revealing that it’s an iOS app. Harmonix co-founder... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Not Interested In Making Games For iPhone Or Android

    Despite the announcement of a Pokemon app for iPhone, Nintendo is not planning on making games for iOS or Android smartphones. Nintendo spokesman Yasuhiro Minagawa told Bloomberg that Nintendo will only make games for its own hardware, a strategy that "hasn’t changed and won’t change... More
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