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Elegy for a Dead World turns players into poets

Dejobaan has a reputation for crafting obnoxiously titled, outrageous games such as AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! and Drop that Beat like an Ugly Baby, but Elegy for a Dead World is different. Created with Girls Like Robots developer Ziba Scott, Elegy is a soft-spoken, experimental game that has...

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Serious Sam 3 gets free Serious Santa multiplayer skin for the holidays

His eyes -- how they twinkle! His dimples -- how merry! His cheeks are adorned with phat shades from Burberry. His mouth is set hard, like grayscale concrete, And his scraggly man-beard leaves the ladies effete. For this elf isn't jolly, or chubby or plump; This Santa, he ain't putting up...

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Resident Evil 4: iPad Edition available now

There's a new version of Resident Evil 4 by Justin McElroy The sun rises. A baby issues forth its first cry. And another version of Resident Evil 4 is released. It is $12.99. It has better graphics than on iPhone. It is irrefutable proof that time is soldiering on. Tonight, the sun...

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Beowulf gets mobile game from Gameloft

We've seen Beowulf and how it'll look on consoles, but we have no idea what to expect from the recently announced Beowulf mobile game. Gameloft, who has been having a very good year so far, will develop and publish the game for mobile phones, which is based on Robert Zemeckis' Beowulf film...

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Konami's Press Briefing peculiar poetic precursor

A cute little email hit our inbox from Konami in regards to their press briefing taking place this evening, and should be interesting. Here's the poem: "What better way to end your day at Konami's media briefing collecting... News for a major announcement you were not expecting." Curiouser and...

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Enpitsu de Oku no Hosomichi is lovely

Sometimes writing about the DS is kind of surreal. Like when we get to make a gallery of preview images for a poetry book. We doubt the Xbox 360 Fanboy dudes are doing that right now. They're probably writing about games. In addition to being as subtly beautiful in presentation as we're sure the...

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The Narrow Way to the Dual Screens

Here's a really cool non-game from Success: it's a DS version of the Basho poetry collection Oku no Hosomichi, (The Narrow Road to the Deep North) in a form where you draw over each character as an actor reads the poem. Enpitsu de Oku no Hosomichi DS is based on a similar book release, which...

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Poetry for gamers

The Game Poets Society attempts to fill that void and longing in the heart for video game poetry. Do you dream to write emo about the plight of King Koopa or the existential nature of Shadow of the Colossus? Let the Game Poets Society give you an outlet for your talent. Game Poets Society creators...

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