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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Now On iPhone and iPad
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has made its mobile debut today. Gamers can now download the PS2 sandbox crime game to any recent iOS device for $6.99 or £4.99.
3DS System Update Plays Nice With Wii U, Adds Miiverse
The latest system software update is up and running for the Nintendo 3DS, finally uniting the portable console with its big brother, the Wii U, as well as offering a slimmed-down Miiverse application for gamers on the go.
Club Nintendo Gets Mario 2, Balloon Fight, More
It's the beginning of a new month, which means it's also time for another collection of games to rotate into the Club Nintendo Coin exchange program, offering four titles players can enjoy for free so long as they have enough loyalty points to exchange for them. This month's offerings are...mostly not all that great.
Project CARS Trailer Features Enya's Only Time With Beautiful New Footage
Anyone with early access to the alpha of Project CARS due to the crowd-funding drive by SMS can cut, edit and publish videos and screenshots of Project CARS for public consumption. The latest trailer for the game is a beautifully cut trailer from Terminator-SSD on YouTube, who edited together his gameplay footage and matched it up with Enya's timeless “Only Time”.
Gran Turismo 6 Vs Project CARS: Graphics Comparison Shows PC Is Untouchable
I was really hoping this would be Forza Motorsport 5 versus Project CARS, as that would have showcased just how far ahead the PC platform is in comparison to the newest generation of home consoles, but it looks like we'll have to settle for Gran Turismo 6 versus Project CARS until the former comparison can be made.
VGX Awards Most Cringe-Worthy Moments Extended Cut
Spike's VGX Awards is done and over with (thankfully). Yet, we're not done with the VGX awards. Pixel Perfect put together a supercut of the most cringe-worthy moments from the three hour live broadcast that had most gamers burying their heads in the sand to avoid any association with that travesty.
Yes, Joel McHale Saved The Train Wreck That Was Spike's VGX Awards
Spike's VGX has effectively been labeled as a “train wreck” by, well, everyone. No one can consistently say what the exact problem was but everyone knows that every part of it was a problem. Well, I have to say that Joel McHale working sidekick duty with Geoff Keighley was the best worst thing to happen for the Spike VGX Awards show.
Tales Of Borderlands, Game Of Thrones Adventure Game Announced By Telltale
The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us developer Telltale Games will launch two episodic adventure games in 2014. The studio is working on games set in the Borderlands and Game of Thrones universes.
The LEGO Movie Videogame Debut Trailer
TT Games has been pumping out LEGO games for quite some time now, so it only makes sense that they make a movie based on the toys that their own games are based on. Confused yet? Yes? Good. Let's move on. The game has received its official debut trailer and it'll be arriving in February, 2014 for enough gaming platforms to form its own sovereign nation.
Nintendo: My Unexpected Reunion With Mario And Co.
Like many children of the 80’s I grew up on Nintendo’s unique brand of wholesome fun and, like many adults of the 2000’s, I had grown disenchanted with their steadfast dedication to family friendly gaming. Over the course of the past several months, however, I’ve had a homecoming of sorts. Maybe I needed a break from the Big N or maybe I just needed to be reminded how wonderful their games can be. Whatever the reason, I’m glad to be back.
Weekly Recap Dec 7th: NBA 2K14, GT6 Microtransactions Attack, PS4 Backwards Compatible
Gaikai is officially announced as a way for PS3 classics to run in backward compatibility for the PS4. Gamers react strongly to microtransactions in premium AAA titles, and more news emerges for Telltale's upcoming adventure titles.
Wii U Sales Spike 75%; More Popular Than Xbox One, PS4 According To Rakuten
Pachter must feel awfully silly given that Play.com, which is owned by Rakuten, has revealed that the Wii U has seen a sales spike of 75% in October, and the system has proven to be the most popular device amongst kids, along with the iPad, beating out the Xbox One and PS4.
PlayStation Network's Top-Selling Games Of November Revealed
Between the launch of a brand new home console and the release of numerous big titles for consoles both new and old, November was a pretty massive month in the ole games department for PlayStation consoles. Sony has now released the rankings for the top sellers in various categories last month with a bunch of no-brainers and a handful of surprises.
APB: Retribution Is Like Hotline Miami, But For Mobile Devices
Fancy some top-down shooter action on your mobile phone? Probably not, but I had to ask anyway. While many core gamers are quick to mount aversion to anything mobile related, the reality is that those devices are here to stay. That also means that games will continue to be made for said devices, in ranging from high-quality outings to low-ball efforts.
Deadly Premonition Visual Companion Receives 40 Percent Price Drop
For fans of one of the most polarizing video games of all time, Deadly Premonition, now is the time to act if you are looking to get to know the game on a whole new level as Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut: The Official Visual Companion receives a 40 percent price drop on iTunes.
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