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  1. Far Cry, a graphically stunning first-person shooterRead the original story

    15 min ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Welcome to Computing Unplugged Magazine's gaming column. The We Got Game! series will address gaming primarily in the mobile computing setting, with an occasionally desktop title tossed in when we feel it warranted .


  2. Meet Arduboy, the credit card-sized GameboyRead the original story

    Friday | RedOrbit

    Ever wished that you had a truly tiny and accessible portable gaming system - you know, one the size of a credit card that you could slip into your wallet and bring with you absolutely everywhere? Then today is your lucky day, because the guys behind the new Arduboy are developing just such a device! According to its Kickstarter crowdfunding page, Arduboy is a credit-card sized piece of game hardware that will play classic-style arcade games created using the Arduino platform. It is made from metal and polycarbonate, it features an OLED display and six soft-touch tactile buttons, and its rechargeable battery can provide up to eight hours of gameplay on a single charge.


  3. Jordan at FiveRead the original story

    Friday | Nuketown

    "How many Harry Potter movies are there?" Jordan asks me from the back seat of the Wrangler as we drive around Easton. The question isn't surprising; she's just watched Chronicles of Narnia and has decided she's ready to watch the first Harry Potter movie.


  4. Pokemon Pearl Was a Little Different in TaiwanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Kotaku

    As gamers, we all have shared experiences. When I say certain game titles, say, Pokmon Pearl , you know exactly what I'm talking about.


  5. Pokemon ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Come to the Library to meet and battle other Pokemon fans! Bring your Nintendo DS, games, trading cards, books, and anything else Pokemon that you'd like to share and discuss. All ages welcome. Wednesday, June 17 at 6pm.


  6. Review: 'Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 |

    Puzzle & Dragons may sound like an odd duo, but this unique combination makes for one of the finest portable puzzle games to ever see release. Puzzles and handhelds are a perfect match, and Nintendo handhelds always seem to house the most iconic and addicting puzzle games.


  7. Eight consoles in one - " new machine will play ALL your favourite gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Daily Star

    A new console has just been unveiled in Japan that lets you play all the greatest games from the past. Retro Freak is an 8-in-1 console can play Sega Megadrive, SNES, NES, Gameboy, Gameboy advanced, Gameboy Colour TurboGrafx and SuperGrafx games.


  8. Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker review: total packageRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Polygon

    Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker is one of the most inspired and successful blending of multiple genres that I've ever seen come out of Japan. As a developer, Atlus' strength is largely in fairly traditional turn-based role-playing games, and Record Breaker definitely takes advantage of that.


  9. Don't Miss: Secret of Mana's enduring influence on game designRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Gamasutra

    According to Moby Games and Wikipedia, August 6 will be the 20th anniversary of Secret of Mana! Wow! A big influence for us here at DGF. This week 20 years ago, Secret of Mana was released for the Super Nintendo.


  10. PW's Weekend Picks: Science Fest; GayBINGO; and moreRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Philadelphia Weekly

    Now that Philly Tech Week has established Philadelphia for several years running as the city that lets you play gargantuan games of Pong and Tetris on the side of a skyscraper, how do we top that? The Philadelphia Science Festival has an answer: How about turning the Fels Planetarium into a massive game of Galaga? That's exactly what's going to happen at the festival's big kickoff party Friday night, April 24, when the Franklin Institute hosts a 21-and-over "8-Bit Night" of video game-themed fun. There will be mad-scientist-laboratory pyrotechnics, courtesy of some dueling Tesla coils.


  11. How Crossy Road's creator succeeded by making games for his mom,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | VentureBeat

    One of the most popular games - mobile or otherwise - in the world right now is Crossy Road. It seemingly came out of nowhere, but its creator says that it actually was born out of a philosophy he honed over a career making software for other people.


  12. Arduboy multi-utility gaming console fits in your walletRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | New Launches

    It feels so snug to be here, nestled comfortably in the future I dreamed of as a kid. A dream that was largely comprised of fantasizing a Gameboy that was so small and slim, I could hide it behind my homework and smuggle it in and out of class.


  13. DigiPen pairs with Make-A-Wish Foundation to bring boy's game to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Redmond Reporter

    He had received a Gameboy Micro handheld game console for Christmas and there was "something magical" about it that has had him hooked on interactive media ever since. When he was about 13, the Renton resident began thinking about a video game of his own and brainstorming ideas.


  14. Fund drive to send video game care packages to troops underway nowRead the original story

    Saturday May 16 | Polygon

    The fourth-annual 8-Bit Salute , a marathon benefitting the video game care-package charity Operation Supply Drop, is underway and taking donations over the next two days. Donations buy video games for U.S. and NATO servicemembers stationed overseas.


  15. Paid Google Play apps on Fire tablet without installing Play StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | TeleRead

    While I was able to get most of my "must-have" apps on my new Fire HD 6 from the Amazon app store, there are a few which aren't available. While it's possible to use sites like GetJar to download apps, not everything is available.


  16. Tiny 'Gameboy' Fits Your Favorite Retro Games AnywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | PSFK

    Arduboy is a gaming system the size of a credit card with a brilliant OLED display and six soft-touch tactile buttons. The open platform enables gamers to play, create and share 8-bit games.


  17. Review of Metroid PrimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | MobyGames

    After eight years of hiatus, Metroid returned in a big way. On the same day in 2002, Metroid Fusion for the Gameboy Advance and Metroid Prime for the Gamecube were released in North America.


  18. Luminous Arc Infinity Introduced to JapanRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | RPGamer

    A new Japanese introduction trailer is out for Marvelous' Luminous Arc Infinity . The video, which can be viewed below, shows a number of gameplay aspects including the battle system, character growth, and the After Break system for raising affection with party members.


  19. 'Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight' (3DS) Introduces ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | WorthPlaying

    Platform : Nintendo 3DS Genre: Role-Playing Publisher: Atlus U.S.A. Release Date: Summer 2015 , Early 2016 PC gamer, WorthPlaying EIC, globe-trotting couch potato, patriot, '80s headbanger, movie watcher, music lover, foodie and man in black -- squirrel! Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold is a single player RPG that includes a remake of the Etrian Odyssey 2: Heroes of Lagaard as well as a brand new story mode. The funny thing about destiny is that even if you don't believe in it, it believes in you.


  20. Nintendo's mobile strategy: No whalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 |

    Nintendo always strives to do things differently, and the company is taking that same approach to its entry into the mobile game market. In a post-earnings Q&A with investors , Nintendo president Satoru Iwata noted that having mobile games driven by a relative handful of heavy spending customers might work in some markets, but it's not a strategy he wants to pursue.