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6
Apr
2016

‘KINGDOM HEARTS Unchained χ’ Is Out Now

Good news! KINGDOM HEARTS Unchained χ [Free] just popped up on the App Store, so this week is suddenly shaping up to be a pretty good one in terms of releases. If you don't know much about the game, Tetsuya Nomura described the game as taking place during the beginning of the KINGDOM HEARTS series. It takes
6
Apr
2016

Out Now: ‘Disney Crossy Road’, ‘Looty Dungeon’, ‘Chameleon Run’, ‘Pug’s Quest’, ‘Tales of Link’, ‘Cattch’, ‘PKTBALL’, ‘No Thing’, ‘Shadow Bug’, ‘Green Game TimeSwapper’, ‘Soccer Clicker’ and More

It's already been a week since the last batch of new games hit the App Store, and chances are you've still got some stuff from last week that you haven't even launched yet. I know I do! Such is life as an iOS gamer. Anyway, this week has shaped up to be surprisingly good with
5
Apr
2016

‘Magic Duels’ Gets Another Massive Update

If you follow the various Magic Duels [Free] communities on the internet, it's plainly obvious that the game has been rife with issues, effectively since it launched almost a year ago now. Wizards has been trying to fix the game, but previous updates have reminded me of those old Loony Toons cartoons where a character
5
Apr
2016

Watch Mega Man producer Keiji Inafune make a Mario Maker stage

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When most folks hear the word "platformer," one of two classic game series inevitably pop into their head: Mario and Mega Man. ("Sonic" is also an acceptable answer, depending on your capacity for heartbreak.) In terms of names associated with Mega Man's history, there's few closer than Keiji Inafune, longtime series producer and the character artist responsible for helping turn the iconic Mega Man sprite into a character design recognized around the world.

During a recent trip to Comcept's Tokyo headquarters, we introduced Inafune for the first time to Super Mario Maker, Nintendo's Mario stage creation tool released last year for the Wii U. After spending some time getting...

5
Apr
2016

Tickets for The 2016 International Dota 2 Championship go on sale tomorrow

If you want to go to 2016 International Dota 2 Championships this year, you'd better get that clicking finger ready, as tickets to the event go on sale tomorrow, April 7.

In response to fan difficulties in purchasing tickets for last year's International, developer Valve has introduced a number of changes to the ticket-buying process to make the process easier for everyone — though the process is much more involved.

Tickets will go on sale via Ticketmaster in two waves. The first batch will become available Thursday at 10 a.m. PT (you can find a handy list of corresponding international times based on your location at Valve's info page for the event), and the second wave goes on sale 12 hours later at 10 PM PT. This is similar to last...

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