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PSA: Final Fantasy 3 now available on Windows Phone

Final Fantasy 3 is now available on Windows Phone devices, but don't go a-downloading and expect those old NES graphics from 1990; This version of FF3 is the 2006 3D remake that was originally released for Nintendo DS. Since it's on Windows Phone now, players also get the added benefit of Xbox Achi...

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Grand Theft Auto 5's iFruit app arrives on Windows Phone

Grand Theft Auto 5's iFruit companion app is now available for Windows Phone devices, completing Rockstar's citrusey journey across the smartphone trifecta. The iFruit app allows players to customize in-game vehicles, and features a series of Tamagotchi-like minigames starring Franklin's Rottwei...

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Windows Phone devices get SmartGlass for Xbox One early

Windows Phone users can now download the new Xbox One SmartGlass app ahead of the system's launch on Friday. The free app will allow players to navigate their console and browse the web on the big screen using their mobile devices, as well as check on their friends lists and achievements once they ...

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Terraria taps into iOS, Android, Windows Phone this summer

Terraria already dug up the dirt on PC, XBLA and PSN, and this summer it's heading to tablets and phones – specifically iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8, 505 Games confirmed to Polygon following an initial announcement on Terraria Online. Terraria mobile will have leaderboards, achievement...

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Rayman Jungle Run makes it to Windows Phone 8

Rayman Jungle Run is available on Windows Phone 8 now, following its launch on iOS and Android in 2012, and a Windows 8 launch earlier this year. Rayman Jungle Run is $3 for Windows Phone, and we think it's definitely worth the price....

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Ms. Splosion Man let off Steam today

Ms. Splosion Man cannot be contained to any one platform. Following the iOS release of Twisted Pixel's combustion platformer, Ms. Splosion Man has also burst onto Windows (via Steam) and Windows Phone, two platforms owned by Twisted Pixel parent company Microsoft. The Windows Phone version only wor...

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Skulls of the Shogun review: See you in Hell

Full disclosure: I've never died before. I have no idea what the afterlife looks like, where it's located, who runs its admissions process or if it even exists. I just don't. However, if an afterlife does exist, I'd be totally fine if it resembled the fantastical environment in Skulls of the Shogun...

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Skulls of the Shogun cuts down Windows pricing at launch

Skulls of the Shogun will launch at a special introductory price on January 30. Both the Windows 8 and Windows Surface versions will launch at a reduced $10 (normally $15), while the Windows Phone version will be available for $5, down from its normal $7. The timing on the promotional launch place ...

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Feeding on undead armies in Skulls of the Shogun

Here's your high-concept, catch-all elevator pitch for Skulls of the Shogun: samurai zombies meets turn-based strategy, and a dash of Words With Friends thrown in for flavor. 17-BIT's charming top-down strategy title captures the action-flavored flow of the Advance Wars series, though it ditches th...

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Report: Xbox Music launches this month with free ad-supported streaming

Microsoft's Xbox Music service will reportedly launch alongside Windows 8 on October 26, according to anonymous sources speaking with Polygon. The service will supposedly provide both subscription-based and free ad-supported streaming music plans for Xbox 360, Windows 8 and Windows Phone users. Mic...

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