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Mutant Football League Hits Kickstarter, Xbox One And PS4 Versions Possible
Michael Mendheim, the creator and lead designer of Mutant League Football, wants to make a spiritual successor to the violent gridiron game. He's launched a Kickstarter campaign for the new project, called Mutant Football League.
Terraria Android Version Released
The indie sandbox game Terraria is making its Android debut today. Re-Logic's sleeper hit can now be purchased through the Google Play Store for $4.99.
GameStick Micro Console Finally Launches On Oct. 29
The micro console revolution continues late next month as the GameStick global retail launch date is confirmed for Oct. 29, just in time to scare up some gaming fun come Halloween for $79.99.
Layton Brothers Mystery Room Starts Solving Crimes On Android
Being the son of one of the brightest detectives known to man, it should come as no surprise that young Alfendi Layton has followed in his fatherís footsteps, now pursuing a life of solving crimes. And now more mobile gamers than ever can follow Alfendi on his latest cases as Layton Brothers Mystery Room finally makes its way to Android.
Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition PC and Mac Release Date Confirmed, First Gameplay Trailer Now Available
Beamdog's Baldur's Gate 2 remake will be launching this November on PC and Mac, the company announced today. They've released full details on Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition along with the first gameplay trailer.
Wii U Will Support Cross-Platform Play With iPhones, Androids
Nintendo continues to make waves in the world of game development, making another stride towards separating the Wii U from its competitors. In a earnest twist of expectations, the Big 'N' has confirmed (through a developer) that the Wii U will allow for cross-platform play between mobile devices and the Wii U.
Walking Dead Season 1 And 2 Coming To Ouya
One of the most critically acclaimed games of 2012 is going to be released on the Ouya. Telltale Games announced today that they're going to release their adventure game The Walking Dead on the Android-powered console along with its 400 Days downloadable content.
Ouya Advertisement Is A Gory, Vomit-Covered Mess
A few days ago, I ripped a commercial for the console versions of Diablo 3. It's too bad that commercial wasn't released today because it looks like a goddamn masterpiece compared to the new advertisement for the Android gaming console Ouya.
Heroes Of Dragon Age Announced By EA
Today EA revealed a previously unannounced Dragon Age title. Heroes of Dragon Age is a free-to-play game in development for mobile devi - where are you guys going? Come back!
NVIDIA SHIELD Gets New Release Date
NVIDIA's handheld gaming device SHIELD will be launching at the end of July, the company announced today. The SHIELD was originally scheduled for release on June 27th but then suffered a last-minute delay.
Crazy Taxi Hits Android
Sega has released the Dreamcast classic Crazy Taxi on Android devices today. The frantic cab racing game can be downloaded to tablets or smartphones through the Google Play Store for $4.99, £2.99, or Ä4.49.
QWOP Now Frustrating Android Gamers
The running simulation and Internet sensation QWOP has spread to a new platform today. You can download through the Google Play store to your Android device of choice for $0.99.
Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame Arriving This Month
The Prince of Persia will be making a return in late July, Ubisoft announced today. Don't get too excited, though. They're talking about a new mobile game called Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame, an Android and iOS remake of the 1993 game Prince of Persia 2.
Double Fine Adventure Broken Age To Be Split Into Two Parts
Double Fine raised over $3.3 million through Kickstarter to fund their adventure game Broken Age. However, that's not enough for them to develop the game that they want. Instead, they're turning to Steam Early Access in order to get additional money for development.
Report: 160 Billion Apps Will Be Downloaded On Mobile Devices In 2017
The mobile gaming and apps market is a steadily increasing one that has shown over and over again that it's not going away, despite the bubble not being quite as big as some companies put it out to be regarding comparisons to home consoles and PC gaming.