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Square Enix launches Final Fantasy XIII… Into the clouds

Apr 18, 15 Square Enix launches Final Fantasy XIII… Into the clouds

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This week, Square Enix launched Final Fantasy XIII for iOS and Android. Final Fantasy XIII for the smartphone is only 20 MB, which is unprecedented for a mobile gaming port of a more recent game. How does Square Enix prevent Final Fantasy XIII’s heavy processing needs from frying someone’s iPhone?

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Rockstar teases ‘GTA 5′ PC editor

Apr 15, 15 Rockstar teases ‘GTA 5′ PC editor

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“Grand Theft Auto 5” will reach the PC on Tuesday, and developer Rockstar of New York City teased eager fans with a two-minute trailer of its Rockstar Editor on Monday. The tool allows players to share and alter videos, much like an in-game Instagram or Snapchat.

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Pacapong mixes Pac Man, Pong, and Space Invaders into one surprisingly awesome game

Apr 10, 15 Pacapong mixes Pac Man, Pong, and Space Invaders into one surprisingly awesome game

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Have you ever been playing an arcade classic and thought that, while fun, there just wasn't much to do? Sure Pong is a cornerstone of gaming, but there's really not much going on compared to say, an average Battlefield 4 game. That's where Pacapong comes in.

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‘Steven Universe: Attack the Light’ mobile game is as cute and worthy as the show

Apr 08, 15 ‘Steven Universe: Attack the Light’ mobile game is as cute and worthy as the show

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The Steven Universe mobile game Attack the Light for Android, iOS and Amazon just came out last week, and reviews are as positive as titular character Steven Universe. With good reason: this inexpensive RPG brought me way more entertainment and sincere delight than I thought a simple mobile game could.

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Are criminals made too heroic in video games?

Apr 06, 15 Are criminals made too heroic in video games?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

There is an old saying that "crime doesn't pay," but seeing how drug dealers, mob bosses and other "criminals" live, it is hard to agree with that sentiment. In fairness many of these criminals – even the white collar variety – end up spending years or more in a small cell. Whether a few years living the high life is worth spending time behind bars is worth it is one open for debate.

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Don’t Starve Wii U: Nintendo’s indie library grows

Mar 31, 15 Don’t Starve Wii U: Nintendo’s indie library grows

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Not gonna lie, I’m pretty excited about the upcoming Don’t Starve Wii U release date. The hit indie title, which came out on Steam a million years ago but made a tremendous splash as one of the indie launch titles for PS4, is the first truly high-profile multiplatform indie game to make its way to the console in 2015, and I guarantee it’s worth your time.

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Is Yoshi’s Woolly World going to be a kid’s game?

Mar 30, 15 Is Yoshi’s Woolly World going to be a kid’s game?

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Recently, Nintendo of Europe made a mistake: The company’s Spanish division briefly posted release dates for both Yoshi’s Woolly World (this summer) and Splatoon (May 29). The dates were swiftly pulled, of course, but considering that they were on an official Nintendo website, they stand a reasonable chance of being accurate.

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Star Citizen could require 100GB install at launch

Mar 15, 15 Star Citizen could require 100GB install at launch

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Star Citizen still has plenty of developmental work to undergo, before debuting as one of the most fully-featured, massively-multiplayer online games in industry history. The latest word from a member of the Star Citizen team suggests the size of the game's installation will very much reflect its depth.

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Trivia Crack 2.0 is here!

Mar 13, 15 Trivia Crack 2.0 is here!

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Trivia Crack is one of the most popular free apps right now for both iOS and Android with over 125 million users. Users add their friends on the app and challenge each other to solving trivia questions in six different categories: geography, science, art, entertainment, history and sports.

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Legacy of the Void release date: Beta now, when’s the real release?

Mar 11, 15 Legacy of the Void release date: Beta now, when’s the real release?

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The StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void release date is finally approaching, after more than two years of waiting. And, ever since the game was revealed at BlizzCon 2014, Blizzard has been far more open about their intentions for the final game in the StarCraft II series.

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