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Facetune on Android, Toca Lab on iOS and more.
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Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk the talk.
Runtastic Running PRO, Fresh Air, Skateboard Party 2 and more!
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Stuff that isn't games.
Blood Bowl, Sydney Travel Guide, geoDefense Swarm and more!
This Week In Games
What are you buying this week?
The art of Homeworld. Enjoy.
Free Games Friday
Note Wars, Rocket Drop, Jolly Jam and heaps more!
Goichi Suda occupies the more bizarre end of the gaming spectrum. With Killer 7 and No More Heroes, he delivered more knowing winks and self-referential nods than even Hideo Kojima would dare. Flower, Sun & Rain, the recently released DS adventure, adds another post-modern quip to Suda51′s repertoire.
Yup, more fun numbers from Activision’s annual report, released earlier today. In this case, we see which console (or consoles) are buttering Activision’s bread.
When Nintendo first announced GTA: Chinatown Wars, the first GTA game on a Nintendo system since 2004, eyebrows were raised. Seemed an odd choice. And for Sony, eyebrows are still being raised.
Did you hear? Lost Planet 2 is coming! Time for some cutthroat marketing, which this week comes courtesy of Capcom and Valve’s Lost Planet sale on Steam.
On March 3, Microsoft service repairs for the original Xbox ceases. The same happens for American users on March 2.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata wants you all to know something: despite throwing music playback and a digital camera into the latest DSi, Nintendo have no intention of “directly competing with existing products”.
The Cinematic Art of World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King is an art book any WoW fan would be proud to have in their home. Here are some fashionable suggestions about what to do with it when you get it.
Activision and Blizzard, they’re now tight, combining Guitar Hero and Call of Duty’s dollars with those World of Warcraft rakes in on a monthly basis. But what’s the split between the two?
Did you know that playing World of Warcraft is addictive to its players on par with cocaine? It’s true!* Too bad you don’t get the by-product of a slimmer physique and coke-fuelled sex benders…