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How to Survive lures the horde to Xbox One, PS4 this fall

How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition is on its way to Xbox One and PS4 in fall 2014, packing in all of the crafting and zombies (and crafty zombies) you never knew you wanted. Storm Warning Edition includes a lineup of DLC, including the Heat Wave DLC, which dresses the three original...

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How to Survive still in the works for Wii U, set for 2014 launch

While Eko Software's third-person zombie slayer How to Survive launched in October and November on Steam, XBLA and PSN, the game has yet to find its way to Wii U as it originally planned. A 505 Games representative confirmed to Joystiq that the game is still slated to hit the Wii U eShop, but has...

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This new Storm trailer is quite calming

No loud thunderstorms, no torrential downpours -- this latest trailer for Storm, Eko Software's puzzler headed to XBLA and PSN this summer, is quite serene. In fact, you may not even want to watch the trailer and instead just lay back, close your eyes and enjoy a nice nap....

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Physics puzzler Storm headed to PSN, XBLA, PC this summer

IndiePub has announced plans to bring physics-based puzzle game Storm to PSN, XBLA and PC later this year. Developed by Eko Software, Storm tasks players with guiding seeds to "fertile ground" using the "weather elements" of wind, rain and lightning. The game is scheduled to be released this...

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Zoo Entertainment announces Wanted Corp for PC and PSN

Cincinnati-based developer/publisher Zoo Entertainment recently announced its most ambitious project to date: A PSN and PC third-person-shooter titled Wanted Corp. The downloadable game pits two players in the shoes of the hilariously-named Neal H. MadDogg and Irina Zimoy, who must use their...

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Do panic: Aqua Panic! surfaces on PSN for North America Oct. 19

Already available in Europe, Eko Software's Aqua Panic! is finally going to wash up on North American shores on October 19 -- a little behind the originally anticipated May release. The game, which sprang from the PSP release Downstream Panic!, has players controlling the flow of water in order to...

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