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Trials: Frontier Trailer: Making Mobile Moves
The Trials series is making its way to the mobile gaming platform in a big, bad way. Ubisoft has announced Trials: Frontier will make its debut soon. RedLynx’s beloved Trials series is going to make its mobile game debut in Trials: Frontier, which will be available for smartphones and tablets…
Layton 7 to Feature More Role-playing
The beloved Professor Layton, purveyor of puzzles, riddles and brain teasers, has been adventuring for six games. The seventh mystery, called Layton 7, will feature a few differences. According to Polygon, a post on NeoGAF summarizes some of the details that were announced at Level 5’s V…
Where’s My Water? 2 Might Be in the Works
The popular mobile puzzle game Where’s My Water? has already spawned two spin-offs in Where’s My Perry? and Where’s My Mickey?, but now it looks like a proper sequel is finally on the way. On Tuesday night, Tim FitzRandolph, creator of JellyCar and one of the lead developers on …
Ouya Game Sales Failing to Impress
While the Ouya had a lot of buzz surrounding its launch last month, there hasn’t been much to say of the console since it arrived. Sure, there is a growing game library, but the free-to-play model isn’t exactly working in the developer’s favor just yet. Since its launch, only 27…
Wayward Manor is Neil Gaiman’s First Foray into Gaming
Neil Gaiman, storyteller extraordinaire, is set to work on Wayward Manor, his first video game ever, with the help of The Odd Gentlemen and Moonshark.  Wayward Manor will feature a tale set in a 1920s Victorian Gothic pastoral estate. in which a new family called the Budds has taken up residenc…
Nvidia Shield to Ship Next Week
Those looking for their Nvidia Shields, which were supposed to ship on June 27, 2013 at a discount, can look forward to finally getting their handheld Android consoles next week. Nvidia has announced that Shield will ship on July 31, 2013. The initial June 27, 2013 release had been pushed back …
Ouya’s Free the Games Fund Seeks to Help Developers
The folks at Ouya are looking to help jumpstart developers’ Kickstarter campaigns with their Free the Games Fund. The Ouya team have set up $1M in order to help fund popular Kickstarter games. If a developer chooses to participate in the program, they’ll have their funding matched by O…

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