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Nintendo Making Mobile Games

Nintendo have partnered with third-party publisher DeNA to create games for the mobile games market, with goals to attract 100 million users to their mobile games per day.

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Atari Allegedly Demand Action-Shooter TxK Be Removed From PS Vita

Action-shooter TxK, a game inspired by Tempest 2000, is no longer going to be released on PlayStation 4, PC or Android due to alleged legal conflict with Atari.

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Beta feedback brings change to Battlefield Hardline

With the release of Battlefield Hardline looming, developer Visceral Games has released an extensive list of changes they have made to the game, following last month’s public beta. While none of the changes are drastic, the combined result of them will be a game that plays and feels somewhat differently than the one experienced in the beta. Read on for the details.

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Cliff Bleszinski releases first footage of Project Bluestreak

When Cliff Bleszinski announced that he was leaving Epic games and taking an extended break from game development, pretty much everyone assumed it wouldn’t be that extended. Two years, he was back with a new studio, and a new game. This new project is still shrouded in mystery, but we’ve finally been given a teasing glimpse of it. Read on for the details. 

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Dragon Age lead writer moving to an unnamed Bioware project

A little over three months after the release of Dragon Age Inquisition, the most successful launch in Bioware history, series Lead Writer David Gaider has announced that he is stepping down. Don’t get too upset, though. He’s not going very far. He’ll apparently still be within glaring distance of his former writing staff. Read on for the details.

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Bungie releases another big update for Destiny

Brace yourselves, fellow Guardians. Your quest to make yourself Legend will be interrupted today as Bungie pushes another update for Destiny, and this one is another whopper. Full of a wide range of tweaks and changes, it touches just about every aspect of the game. Except for the story. That’s still broke as hell. Read on for the details.

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Stick a fork in Battlefield Hardline. It’s done.

To everyone hoping to run those last minute ideas past the Battlefield Hardline devs, I’ve got some bad news. The game is done. Finished. Finalized. Complete. Wrapped up. Done. Or as we say in the biz, it’s gone gold. So what does this mean for us? Well, not much. But read on for the details anyway, won’t you?

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Project Cars delayed until April

Well, here we go again. The ambitious racing simulation from Slightly Mad Studios has been delayed again. Originally slated for a holiday 2014 launch, the game was pushed back to March of this year. Earlier today, it was pushed back even further. But as far as delays go, this one isn’t too bad. Read on for the details.

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Sony introduces us to the cast of The Order 1886

By now, we’re all well aware of what The Order 1886 is about. We’ve been introduced to the setting, the story, the mechanics of the game, and the enemies we’ll be fighting against. One thing we haven’t been shown in much detail is the game’s cast. That all changed today with the release of a new video, detailing the game’s main characters. Read on for the details.

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TownCraft heading to PC on February 26

Great news for PC gamers – TownCraft, the hugely successful crafting and city-building game from Flat Earth Games is heading to PC on February 26th.

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