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Eye of Judgment: Legends to be released on PSN in spring

Not only does Eye of Judgment: Legends on PSP lack both the camera and physical cards that characterized the PlayStation 3 original, but it doesn't even have a disc. SCEA officially announced the game for the US, to be released only as a download on the PlayStation Store in (when else?) spring 2010....

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This Wednesday: Star Trek D-A-C, Texas Cheat 'Em

This Wednesday, XBLA fans will receive a double dose of downloads. First up is Star Trek D-A-C, which is based on the new film and supports up to 12 players for online battles. You'll be able to download it for 800 ($10). That comes out to 23.2 Darseks, if you're a Klingon. Joining Starfleet is...

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Activision spinning Bakugan off into game series

Activision has announced plans to release games based on the Bakugan toy and cartoon line for Wii, DS, Xbox 360, PS3, and PS2 (something had to be non-PSP-related today!). The first game will be released this fall. The Bakugan toy line focuses on a game in which spring-loaded action figures pop out...

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Wii Warm Up: Card and board games (without the cleanup)

The news that Uno would be gracing WiiWare came as a pleasant surprise to us. We love card games, board games, and anything of the like, but we're just not big fans of cleaning them up. Or, in some cases, setting them up (looking at you, Axis & Allies). What card/board games would you want to...

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DS Daily: Uno or U-nooooo?

Gameloft has acquired the rights to the Uno card game for, well, pretty much everything, but most importantly DSiWare. Chances are, the DS version will be similar to the iPhone release, which is apparently pretty good, but lacks the theme decks and online infrastructure (i.e. Xbox Live friends lists...

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WiiWare to look forward to in the next two weeks

Wow, two WiiWare card game stories in one day! This one is likely to have more immediate payoff, however. In addition to Planet Pachinko, North American gamers can (probably) expect Jungle Speed to be available, for 1,000 points. Jungle Speed is a card game in which players sequentially flip over...

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Gameloft adds Uno to DSiWare

Gameloft has revealed the first part of their DSiWare strategy -- along with a new move in their mobile, PSP, PS3, and WiiWare strategies. Through a partnership with Mattel, they'll release a version of the card game Uno on all those platforms we just said. Is this the first official announcement...

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Gameloft and Mattel team up to bring Uno to WiiWare

Why not, right? That's what Gameloft is saying, as they're set to bring the popular Mattel card game to WiiWare. Sadly, we've got no date to go on as of right now, but it can't take too long to pump this out now, can it? Also, the press release mentions that this is merely the first collaboration...

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2008 holiday card blowout, now with exclusive music!

click for all the Holiday cheer! It's that time of year: delayed travel, cold weather, spiked egg nog, and holiday gaming cards from the video game industry. They range from Konami's fairly plain jane attempt (No Snake? No Hideo?), all the way up to the custom old-school card created for us by...

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Nintendo planning a game about Napoleon?

Nintendo of Japan recently registered one of its more intriguing trademarks: the right to use the name "Napoleon" in a game. What on earth could Nintendo want with one of the most renowned French military leaders in history [insert French military joke here]? Are we about to receive Napoleon...

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