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Classic 8-Bit Mega Man Games Released for Android and iOS

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Capcom, the beloved developer of Mega Man, has announced that the 8-bit version of the title have released on iOS and Android. These ported games will provide a good dose of nostalgia to long-time fans of the series and provide new players with an introduction to how the Blue Bomber became such an iconic character. The following games are available ...

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Retro Square Enix Titles On Sale for Holidays

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Many of Square Enix’s classic games have lost some of their player base due to the necessity of using an old console to play them. Recently, however, Square Enix has allowed fans to relive their nostalgia by porting the “oldies” over to mobile devices. With the rapid surges in technology over the past few years, the average gamer holds a ...

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The Walking Dead Part I and II Available Today

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Telltale Games is well-known for their story-rich game entries which emphasize the importance of player choice. Fans of the developer should get excited, as The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier premieres today with the first two episodes: Ties that Bind Part I, and Ties that Bind Part II.  A New Frontier is slated to be a five part series ...

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Adam Wolfe, Episode I Review

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Adam Wolfe is a type of game that we don’t see very often anymore. Hidden object puzzles have been forced out of modern gaming, and the point and click adventure game has fallen out of favor with many modern gamers. It’s sad, really, because there’s a reason these games used to be so popular – they’re a lot of fun. Adam ...

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Guitar Hero Live Review – Comeback Kid

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Guitar Hero Live marks the return of a series that changed the rhythm game genre forever when it began in 2005. After 2010, it seemed like the series was dead. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock launched, but it looked like that was the end of things. Industry experts declared that the era of plastic guitar controllers was over, and we believed them. Now, though, in ...

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Indie Game Spotlight – Spectra

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Spectra is the first game from Gateway Interactive. Gateway teamed up with Chipzel (best known for his work on the Super Hexagon soundtrack) to create a retro style racer that uses gorgeous music and breakneck speed to create a game that is fun, beautiful, and addicting. The goal of Spectra is pretty simple: you’re racing on a procedurally generated track that is covered ...

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Huawei and Google Partnership goes beyond Nexus devices.

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Huawei and Google have been rumoured to be working together to create the latest Nexus device, a task which was previously handled by Motorola. New reports however suggest the partnership will extend beyond the Nexus brand. Huawei will potentially be involved in helping Google bring an app store to China. Google have struggled to do this by itself due to touch ...

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Microsoft’s Mission Statement: More Services and PC, Less Mobile

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In a recent email addressing employees, provided by Geekwire, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, set out the company’s mission statement. Business and Productivity, the cloud, and more personal computing were the core tenets which the company will focus on for the future. Despite mentioning that it will concentrate on bringing many of its services across devices, there was clearly a greater ...

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iOS Spotlight: Blades of Brim

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Blades of Brim is the newest release from SYBO Games, the minds behind the massively successful Subway Surfers. The game takes the endless runner concepts that made Subway Surfers so successful and builds on them to create an addicting experience that definitely deserves a spot on your smartphone – it’s currently the most addicting endless runner available. Just like Subway Surfers, Sonic Rush, Temple Run, and other games ...

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Twitter brings its “Experiments” beta to IOS

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In 2013, Twitter released a beta they called the “Experiment Program” to Android devices. Only those who accepted the invite for the program on their notifications would become part of the beta, which involves getting new builds to Twitter and being able to test them out before they are officially released. While this caused some buggy issues with those that ...

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