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Mortal Kombat developer grapples with WWE Immortals next year

WWE is partnering with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Mortal Kombat developer NetherRealm Studios to create a new spin on the wrestling company's brand of brawling, WWE Immortals. The game will launch on iOS and Android devices for free next year, and will feature "epic Superstar battle...

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iPhone, iPad tell Tales from the Borderlands, out now

Telltale's games can take their time to reach iOS, but the smartphones and tablets haven't had too long to wait this winter. Game of Thrones hit the App Store in the game's launch week, and now the first episode of Tales from the Borderlands is available for iPhone and iPad, priced at $5. As for An...

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Monument Valley, Threes! receive Apple year-end awards

It's the year of the puzzler on mobile, as Apple awards the numerical master class of Threes! and visually luxe Monument Valley with game of the year nods. The gorgeous platformer Leo's Fortune was the runner-up iPhone game of the year. If these awards seem like deja vu, that's because these gam...

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80 Days takes a trip to Android, adds arctic route to itinerary

80 Days has more travel destinations than one vacation allows for, but should travelers bore of touring the streets of Venice or the sandy stretches of the Rub' Al Khali desert, a new route to the arctic will soon open, according to a related press release. The new, chilled destinations will share...

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Free-to-play Peggle Blast bounces to iOS, Android

EA and PopCap have unleashed a new version of pachinko-inspired puzzler Peggle on iOS and Android platforms this week as a free download. Revealed back in September, Peggle Blast introduces a cast of new Peggle Masters, giving players access to a new collection of peg-busting superpowers and s...

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Dragon Quest 3 now adventuring on iOS, Android

Square Enix's classic JRPG Dragon Quest 3 is out now for iOS and Android devices, marking its first English-language rerelease in over a decade. Originally released for the 8-bit Famicom in 1988, Dragon Quest 3 was the first entry in the series that allowed players to create a custom party drawn...

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Molyneux: Kickstarter, Early Access can be 'destructive'

Peter Molyneux's Godus earned £526,563 ($852K) on Kickstarter in December 2012, yet the designer recently admitted that he would delay the funding campaign entirely if he could go back to the game's pre-planning stages. In an interview with TechRadar, the Fable series designer deemed Kickstar...

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Joystiq Deals: Unlimited Mobile Backup

Your phone is full of crucial data, and Joystiq Deals is here to help you keep it safe and secure. This week, you can purchase a lifetime's worth of unlimited mobile data backup service via iDrive for only $10. iDrive backs up your contacts, photos, videos, calendar events, and other important d...

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Cyberpunk bartending for racist corgis, Waifu in VA-11 HALL-A

VA-11 HALL-A is like Papers, Please, but with alcohol instead of immigration papers. Developers at Sukeban Games lovingly call VA-11 HALL-A a "booze-em-up" game. It's set in a post-dystopian, corporate-controlled society where every citizen is infected with nanobots designed to oppress, and law ...

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Free-to-play Total War Battles: Kingdom coming to PC, Mac, tablets

A new free-to-play entry in Creative Assembly's Total War series is entering a closed beta on PC platforms soon, publisher Sega announced today. Developed by Creative Assembly's Digital Team (creator of the PC and mobile RTS Total War Battles: Shogun), Total War Battles: Kingdom offers a serie...

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