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8:00 AM on 10.17.2014

iOS stealth thriller Republique's third episode coming this month

Camouflaj has announced that the third episode of Republique will be arriving soon on iOS on October 23rd. It's the third part of five planned episodes, which likely isn't going to wrap up until 2015. The developer notes...

Chris Carter


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Mistwalker Celebrates Terra Battle's 500K Downloads Milestone

Having now surpassed 500,000 downloads, Terra Battle fans will soon enjoy new characters from the original character and dragon model designer of Panzer Dragoon, Manabu Kusunoki. For more information on upcoming milestones and recently unlocked milestones, please visit Terra Battle's Download Starter.




7:00 PM on 10.13.2014

Conan O'Brien will give you a clue in LEGO Batman 3

Conan O'Brien, the famed late-night talk show host and self-professed clueless gamer, will be reversing roles of sorts for his part in LEGO Batman 3. Instead of being confounded by videogames, he's going to be playing himsel...

Brett Makedonski



Review: Skylanders: Trap Team photo
Review: Skylanders: Trap Team
by Chris Carter

Toys For Bob has found some rather interesting ways to evolve the Skylanders franchise. While the conceit the first time around was simply interactive toys, the developer mixed things up with giants on the second go, and with a mix-and-match concept (my personal favorite to date) after that.

Trap Team is the fourth iteration of the series, and the gimmick this time around involves tiny plastic pieces that essentially function as little Ghostbusters tools to ensnare enemies. While the core game is still as strong as ever, the trap mechanic isn't all that exciting.

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10:30 AM on 10.06.2014

Tengami delayed again on Wii U, aiming for November release

Tengami is one of those indie games that sells itself solely based on its look. As a pop-up book in motion, it's definitely one of the best looking games I've seen in some time, and it even looks great on a small iOS screen. ...

Chris Carter

10:00 PM on 10.03.2014

Disney removed Tiny Death Star without telling its developer

Disney has pulled two mobile Star Wars games -- Tiny Death Star and Star Wars Assault Team -- and in the case of the latter, developer Nimblebit wasn't even given a heads up. "We had no prior knowledge that the game would be ...

Jordan Devore

12:30 PM on 10.03.2014

The Banner Saga is finally out on iOS

After a long wait, The Banner Saga is out on iOS platforms. You can grab it now for $9.99 -- for reference, the PC version is still $19.99. The game was released on the PC in January after a successful Kickstarter campai...

Chris Carter

11:00 AM on 10.03.2014

Castle Of Shikigami is on iOS today in Japan

One of my favorite shoot 'em up series comes to iOS today. If you happen to have a Japanese account handy you can pick up Castle of Shikigami for 600 yen. Like most shmups on iOS it has auto-fire controls to facilitate t...

Chris Carter

2:00 PM on 09.30.2014

The Pokémon Trading Card Game for iPad is out now

The Pokémon Trading Card Game Online for iPad and iPad mini is out now as a free release. The app is based on the existing game for PC and Mac, so expect a very similar experience. You'll be given some free decks to b...

Jordan Devore

5:00 PM on 09.23.2014

10 million people bought a new iPhone during launch weekend

Apple sold 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models during launch weekend, topping the sales record previously set by the iPhone 5S and 5C last year, the company has announced. At this point, you have to imagine a snowbal...

Jordan Devore

12:00 PM on 09.23.2014

Goat Simulator is selling very well on Android and iOS

Goat Simulator is now on Android and iOS in addition to the PC, and according to Coffee Stain Studios, it's selling well -- very well in fact. So far they've reported over 100,000 sales over both platforms, which they conside...

Chris Carter

10:00 AM on 09.23.2014

Final Fantasy Record Keeper gameplay shows 3D to 2D transformation

Final Fantasy Record Keeper is a mobile game that's set to drop this month in Japan, with an international release at some point in the future. The gist is that you'll visit different worlds from the franchise, recruit chara...

Chris Carter







Review: Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes photo
Review: Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes
by Chris Carter

Disney Infinity was quite the ambitious project, but it fell flat in a few key areas. This was mostly due to a lack of even game worlds, with a few of the universes overshadowing others that felt more rushed. The other aspect of the game that didn't fully deliver was the Toy Box mode -- a take on LittleBigPlanet's "create your own" levels mechanic.

With Disney Infinity 2.0, Avalanche Software is poised to rectify both of those issues, combined with free reign of the Marvel license. While 2.0 is still primarily targeted towards the younger audience, the overall package is much more enticing the second time around.

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4:00 PM on 09.17.2014

You can now play Goat Simulator on the go

Coffee Stain Studios has brought Goat Simulator to iOS and Android. It's $4.99. While the game is surely best controlled with something other than a touch screen, the make-your-own-fun sandbox experience is suitable for mobil...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 09.16.2014

Final Fantasy World Wide Words looks like fun for old-school fans

Final Fantasy: World Wide Words is basically Typing of the Dead Square Enix style, and it's shaping up to be a treat for old-school fans. This new trailer shows off a bit of the gameplay, including some world map explor...

Chris Carter



Adventure Time Game Wizard has a pretty cool level editor photo
Adventure Time Game Wizard has a pretty cool level editor
by Abel Girmay

There's a new game coming out based on everybody's favorite television show, Adventure Time! You know what that means right? Go on and grab your friends, because we're going to some very distant la---actually, you might want to rethink going on this adventure.

Adventure Time Game Wizard's biggest strength is in its content creator. Using the iPad camera, you can scan in any level you've drawn out on a piece of graph paper, or you can draw directly in-game. From there, you can choose a themed backdrop based on the show including the Snow Kingdom, Candy Kingdom, and others.

There's a set of simple shapes and outlines you can draw, each corresponding to a type of platform. Want a lava pit? Just make two vertical shafts with zig zags in between. Need a moving platform? Just sketch out a striped rectangle.

There are a good number of platform types you can draw and combine to create your own levels, and Game Wizard offers an intuitive guide for all the shapes you can use. They never get more complicated than what you can trace on graph paper, and even when I didn't draw perfect lines, the scanner was always capable of translating past those errors.

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1:00 PM on 09.11.2014

Here are the first screens for the Typing of the Dead-esque Fantasy: World Wide Words

Yesterday we delivered word of a game called Final Fantasy: World Wide Words, which sort of plays like Typing of the Dead. Thankfully we now have an idea of what the game looks like thanks to a few screens out in the wild, an...

Chris Carter