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1:00 AM on 07.18.2014

Assassin's Creed's cashing in on the card battle craze

With Hearthstone taking the world by storm, why wouldn't the biggest videogame publishers want in on that action? Ubisoft's smart enough to recognize a good thing when it sees it, and agile enough to act quickly. As a re...

Brett Makedonski


5:30 PM on 07.01.2014

Denny's partners with Atari to let you play with your food

Holy Moons over My Hammy! While Denny's is remixing their foods as part of their new Greatest hits Remixed menu promotion they're also working with Atari to create some pretty weird videogame/food remixes. Expect flying hash ...

Dale North

5:15 PM on 07.01.2014

Final Fantasy creator Sakaguchi announces new mobile Mistwalker RPG

Hironobu Sakaguchi, the man behind all of the good Final Fantasy games, and founder of Mistwalker, announced today that he'll debut his new game at Japan Expo in Paris. This July, Sakaguchi will also be the Guest of Honor at ...

Dale North

2:00 AM on 06.20.2014

The Rhythm of Fighters combines music with brawling for your gaming pleasure

Do you love fighting games? Do you love music games? What about a combination of the two? No, I'm not talking about Kickbeat. I'm actually talking about The Rhythm of Fighters - SNK Original Sound Collection. Strangely enough...

Brittany Vincent

11:15 AM on 06.16.2014

Angry Birds Transformers rolling out soon, everyone rolls eyes

Rovio's temporarily trading warfare of the avian type for a more mechanized approach. Angry Birds Transformers was revealed today, much to the delight of eight-year olds that love wearing all of their favorite things on ...

Brett Makedonski

1:05 PM on 06.12.2014

Square Enix isn't really sure of what the 'G' in Final Fantasy VII G-Bike stands for

After interviewing Square Enix producer Ichiro Hazama on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call during E3 this week, we took a few minutes to talk about his other upcoming game, Final Fantasy VII G-Bike. While...

Dale North

10:35 AM on 06.05.2014

Square Enix Montréal announces Hitman: Sniper

Hitman: Sniper is coming to mobile and tablet devices later this year, Square Enix Montréal announced today. It's a free-to-play competitive experience revolving around replayable assassination missions. Play...

Kyle MacGregor

5:00 AM on 05.30.2014

Fight back against filthy human invaders in Anomaly Defenders

Anomaly Defenders is now available through Steam and Games Republic for $9.99. This time the tower defense/offense/whatever sees you playing as the aliens, defending their homeworld from humans looking for revenge. This also...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

7:30 PM on 05.28.2014

What if Flappy Bird and Candy Crush rocked vintage covers?

Ever wonder what Flappy Bird or Angry Birds would have looked like in a different, much simpler time? A time like the early '80s and '90s? Dorkly has made it possible with these absolutely ridiculous vintage covers. You've go...

Brittany Vincent



Candy Crush studio's next game, Bubble Witch Saga 2 photo
Candy Crush studio's next game, Bubble Witch Saga 2
by Dale North

What's next for the studio that bagged mountains of cash on games like Candy Crush Saga and Farm Heroes Saga? It's Bubble Witch Saga 2. I never knew there was a first game, but seeing as how the Facebook page for Bubble Witch Saga has 18 million monthly players and over 10 million Likes, I guess I was the only one that missed the memo.

Apparently the first game was one of King's original successes, and is still being played today. This new one aims to reach even higher as a mobile game. And it's much cuter.

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3:45 PM on 05.22.2014

Apple simply won't allow you to grow marijuana on its watch

I'm not one for censorship, but after the debacle we just saw with a game that teaches women how to masturbate, I'm genuinely not surprised to see a game about cultivating marijuana removed from the App Store. Weed Firm: The...

Brittany Vincent





1:15 PM on 05.22.2014

Epic Games makes with the flappy with Tappy Chicken appy

Epic Games has released Tappy Chicken, which is exactly what you think it is: a Flappy Bird clone. Available today via the App Store, Google Play, and browser today at 2 PM EST, Tappy Chicken was created with Unreal Engine 4,...

Brittany Vincent

4:00 PM on 05.15.2014

Rayman Fiesta Run free update adds new levels, mode, more

Rayman Fiesta Run just got a free update today across the App Store, Google Play Store, and the Amazon App Store. There's 16 new and invaded levels, a new boss fight, three new characters, and two new gadgets. Plus there's a...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

12:45 PM on 05.09.2014

CastleStorm - Free to Siege now out: iOS, Google Play, Amazon

Tower defense with a side of physics-based destruction is the order of the day with the launch of Zen Studios' CastleStorm -- Free to Siege, now out on mobile platforms. The game play -- Vikings vs Knights in medieval warfar...

Dale North

8:00 PM on 05.07.2014

Surgeon Simulator for iPad receives first major update

The iPad version of Surgeon Simulator launched last month, much to the chagrin of patients everywhere, and it's now received its first major update with 13 new languages and more free content in the near future featuring an a...

Brittany Vincent



Review: Hitman GO photo
Review: Hitman GO
by Brittany Vincent

Agent 47's steely gaze and austere demeanor are far too threatening to be properly translated to a stoic board game piece. That, and given the nature of the Hitman series revolving around stealth and murderous intent, a mobile game that distills the finer points of assassination into a kitschy series of diorama puzzles seems laughable.

And yet, here I am to sing the praises of Hitman GO, Square Enix's bizarre addition to the franchise. It's a minimalist series of wordless, ambient vignettes taking place inside virtual dollhouses dotted with tiny figures representing the hunter and the hunted. It shouldn't work as well as it does, but the end result is a satisfying blend of strategy and turn-based problem-solving that should appeal to a much larger demographic than that of the classic Hitman ilk.

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