Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Tekken 3 Setup Free Download

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Super Mario Cereal Has Shown Up in Target’s Online Inventory

News: Super Mario Cereal Has Shown Up in Target’s Online Inventory


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Nintendo Launches Some Charming Festive Switch Commercials in Japan

News: Nintendo Launches Some Charming Festive Switch Commercials in Japan

Happy times

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There's a new X-Files game coming out next year

Publisher FoxNext has announced that a brand-new X-Files game, The X-Files: Deep State, will launch on iOS, Android, and Facebook early next year. It marks the TV series' first video game spin-off since The X-Files: Resist or Serve appeared on PS2 back in 2004.

You might want to temper your expectations just a little in regard to The X-Files: Deep State, however; it's a free-to-play "mystery investigation" game that, unsurprisingly, looks to lie at the more casual end of the gaming spectrum, offering something between an interactive novel and hidden object game. It also appears, judging by the teaser trailer at least, to be shorn of the TV series' core investigative duo, Mulder and Scully.

In Deep State, you play as an unnamed (but apparently customisable) FBI Agent, teaming up with the infuriatingly half-named Agent Dale to investigate "mysterious crime scenes that defy explanation". In more practical terms, you'll be exploring environments to uncover hidden clues, collect evidence, solve puzzles, and interrogate witnesses and suspects.

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Crawl Will Pit Friends Against Each Other on Nintendo Switch

News: Crawl Will Pit Friends Against Each Other on Nintendo Switch

The fight to die

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Side-Scrolling Racer 'Pigeon Wings' Gets New Endless Mode and iPhone X Support in Latest Update

Back in early August developers Ignacio Schiefelbein and Kris Hattori released their years-in-development side-scrolling, racing-focused cave flyer Pigeon Wings [$1.99] to a very positive reception. Not only did we pick it as our Game of the Week when it came out, but we awarded it 5 stars in our review, saying it was the "epitome of what makes games on the mobile platform so unique and one-of-a-kind" and commending its "tight controls, smooth gameplay, attractive art style, and great music." Basically, Pigeon Wings is real good, ya'll! And unlike most similar games, Pigeon Wings was a level-based racer, not an endless high scorer, which caused quite a heated competition to break out in our forums as players battled back and forth trading best times on each level. However, that doesn't mean people didn't WANT an endless mode for added replay value and competition, and today the developers have answered that request with a brand new endless mode for Pigeon Wings.

The way you access the new endless mode is by swiping the title screen to the left, though you'll have to have completed at least level 1-4 in the main campaign first before unlocking, which is really just a few minutes of work even for brand new players. Another great feature in this update is support for the full screen of the iPhone X as well as native resolution support for the iPhone 6, 7, and 8, both regular and Plus size models. Yes, that means no more slightly fuzzy visuals, huzzah! Honestly Pigeon Wings is easily one of my favorite releases of the year, and the story of its development is also very interesting. It sounds like now that endless mode is shipped there will be some new campaign missions to look forward to in the future, so it should only get better from here. For a measly two bucks and no IAP it should most definitely be on your radar if you enjoy high speed cave flyers, racing games, or a combination of both.

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Inside the PUBG-fueled rise of 'chicken eating games' in China

The latest issue of the Magpie Kingdom newsletter explores how quickly Chinese hacking and cloning industries seem to have sprung up around PUBG, and it makes for fascinating reading. ...

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Making villains relatable and heroes heroic in Star Wars Battlefront II

We chatted with one of the writers behind Star Wars Battlefront II's campaign and stumbled into a discussion about how good and evil can be fuzzy in that galaxy far far away. ...

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Video: Meet the Crew in the Latest Floor Kids Gameplay Trailer

Video: Video: Meet the Crew in the Latest Floor Kids Gameplay Trailer

Feel the beat

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Video: All the cool prototypes shown at 2017's Experimental Gameplay Workshop

At GDC 2017 a remarkable array of game makers gathers to showcase their innovative, offbeat, or just plain weird and wondrous game prototypes at the Experimental Gameplay Workshop. ...

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Ripped Pants at Work is a “frantic stealth game about searching for new pants”

Developer Scott Ethington has announced Ripped Pants at Work, a "frantic stealth game about searching for new pants". That's the trouser kind, by the way.

Ripped Pants at Work begins when a routine pencil-retrieval operation goes badly wrong, causing your trousers to tear so vigorously that they explode clean off.

From there, with your undergarments embarrassingly exposed, you're tasked with slipping unseen through the bustling rooms and corridors of your workplace (eventually moving out into the city streets) in search of new trousers.

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'Unforgivable: Eliza' Is an AR Detective Game With Award-Winning Author Ed Lin

Toii, a startup studio based in New and Taipei, is working together with Taiwanese American author Ed Lin, the first author to win three Asian-American Literary Awards, to bring an augmented reality geo-based game called Unforgivable: Eliza to mobile in 2018. The developers want to show players Taiwanese culture and history across time and space, so they'll have locations to be explored in both New York and Taipei, Taiwan, with players exploring different locations to chase down criminals and accomplish missions. The game's visuals are pretty cool, and the whole idea sounds promising, especially since the story of the game should be good given who's behind it.

In the game you play as Danny, a 27-year-old NYPD detective, and you follow the evidence to find out the truth about your grandfather's death during the White Terror in Taiwan (a period of martial law that lasted for almost 40 years). Players will have to explore locations as they try and figure out who Eliza is and why she's unforgivable. I'm curious to see how the geo-location part of the game will play out; I hope it will work out well because the game has potential. Expect Unforgivable: Eliza to hit in 2018.

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 passes 1 million sold

Larian Studios' Divinity: Original Sin 2 has passed 1 million lifetime sales, roughly doubling its sales in the span of two months.  ...

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Point 'n Tap Adventure 'The Uncertain' Coming December 7th - Experience the End of Humanity

I think by now it's fair to say that robots will outlive us all (especially if Elon Musk continues to build autonomous vehicles), and the upcoming adventure game The Uncertain explores the possibility of such a future. In The Uncertain, which is making its jump over from Steam, you play as an engineering robot called RT-217NP, who (just like Wall-E) is very curious about the human race, which has managed to wipe itself out in a series of (probably unnecessary and stupid) wars. He can only experience humanity through the items it has left behind. But, as is usually the case, there's a mystery waiting to be solved.

The Uncertain is a classic 3D Adventure game (so expect to combine inventory objects and solve plenty of puzzles) with a nice art style and interesting ideas. It's also an episodic adventure game, so we are only getting Episode 1 (which offers around 4 hours of gameplay). Episode 1 of The Uncertain will release December 7th and will cost $2.99, not much to witness the end of humanity. Head over to our forum thread for more.

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Weekly Jobs Roundup: Visual Concepts, Pixelberry Studios, and more are hiring now

This week's roundup of game development job openings includes companies looking to hire animators, engineers, and more. ...

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Square Enix speaks out on the future of Deus Ex

Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda has spoken out on the future of Deus Ex - the first time the company has discussed the status of its long-running sci-fi series since reports emerged more than ten months ago that it had been placed on hiatus.

Back in January, Eurogamer revealed that Square Enix had placed Deus Ex on hiatus after the well-regarded Mankind Divided failed to generate the level of sales needed to grow the series into a mainstream franchise.

Prior to its release, Square had talked bullishly about its plans to create an "ongoing, expanding and connected game world built across a generation of core [Deus Ex] games", including a third, concluding entry for the narrative arc started in 2011's Deus Ex: Human Revolution. This did not come to pass. Following Mankind Divided's underwhelming sales, Square Enix remained tight-lipped regarding Deus Ex's future prospects.

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Dota 2 Update - November 28th, 2017

* Fixed various Status Resistance bugs

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2K Updates 'Civilization Revolution 2' with 64-Bit Compatibility and iPhone X Screen Support

It's always kind of a toss-up as to whether 2K Games will update their iOS library or not whenever that need arises. With the 32-Bit Appocalypse arriving alongside the release of iOS 11 in September, one of the victims was 2K and Firaxis' Civilization Revolution 2 [$9.99], which launched in 2014 and hadn't seen an update since mid-2015. Would this be an XCOM situation where 2K would step in to save the day or a BioShock situation where they'd stick their fingers in their ears and shout LA LA LA LA LA LA LA? Well, I'm happy to say it's the former as today a 64-bit compatibility update has arrived for Civilization Revolution 2, and as an added bonus, the game now also supports the full screen of the iPhone X!

If you're not familiar with the series, the original Civilization Revolution launched way back in 2008 and offered a more streamlined, mainstream-friendly take on Sid Meier's long-running Civilization 4X strategy game series. That first game was also released on iOS back in 2009 and translated extremely well to the touchscreen. In 2014 2K and Firaxis released this sequel originally as an iOS exclusive, though it did eventually make its way to Android and the Playstation Vita as well. The most dramatic upgrade was from the original game's sprite-based visuals to the full 3D visuals of the sequel, along with some additional scenarios and parameters to play under. It feels a BIT dated by today's standards but is still probably the most approachable 4X strategy game on iOS, and for existing owners it's very good news to see 2K supporting Civilization Revolution 2 with compatibility updates.

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Frantic three-against-one dungeon raider Crawl is out on Switch next month

Frantic, local-multiplayer-focussed dungeon raider Crawl is coming to Switch on December 19th, developer Powerhoof has revealed.

Crawl's handsome, strikingly animated pixel art might be its most immediately arresting feature, but it's got one hell of a gameplay hook too. In Crawl, one player takes on the role of a plucky hero, venturing through a dungeon filled with devilish traps and hostile monsters.

The twist is that up to three friends can become nefarious spirits, hurtling around the dungeon to possess those aforementioned traps and monsters in a bid to thwart the hero's progress. If the spirits succeed, and the hero is defeated, someone else steps into the adventurer's shoes on the next turn.

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Don't Miss: Spelunky and why it's okay for game designers to be mean

"Spelunky may be another example of why imminently-attainable and generous rewards aren't always the ideal recipe for design success. " ...

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Steep: Road To The Olympics Beta Is Now Available For Xbox One

Content: Steep Road to the Olympics Beta
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Game Description: The Steep Road to the Olympics Beta allows you to get a taste of the expansion through official Olympic events in South Korea. Enjoy the deep snow mountains of Japan and speed through unique landmarks, showing your skills in new snowparks! This beta is available for all players (Steep base game not required) and features only a small portion of the full game experience.

Download Steep Road to the Olympics Beta for Xbox One from the Xbox Games Store

Product Info:
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft
Website: Steep
Twitter: @Ubisoft / @Steep_Game


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Kid-Oriented 'Pooka: Magic and Mischief' Is Now Available - Go Chase the Gloom Away

Pooka: Magic and Mischief [Free], the colorful RPG game that lets you literally chase the Gloom away, is now available worldwide, and it looks like it's going to be a fun game to play either by yourself (if you like casual but pretty RPGs) or with your little ones. As we wrote about a few weeks back, Pooka lets you create your own, very silly looking Pookas (part of the fun of this game is the character creation system that's as absurd as it is cute) and take to saving the world from the infectious Gloom invasion that has turned the world gloomy.

Your Pookas are made up of parts you discover along the way, and with over 150 of them, you'll have plenty of combos to make. The game gives you a motive to come back often since the Gloom you clear up slowly returns (a great idea for a free-to-play game). Pooka also has asynchromous multiplayer, where players can summon friends to take on the Gloom together and even send gifts to each other. Overall, Pooka: Magic and Mischief seems like an entertaining game with plenty to do and a colorful world to do it in. The game is available now on both iOS and Android.

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Analyst: 1M VR headsets shipped last quarter, an industry first

The analytics firm Canalys says that, for the first time since the tech's introduction, more than 1 million virtual reality headsets were shipped in a single quarter. ...

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Apple Announces iTunes Connect Shutdown Between December 23rd and 27th

This afternoon Apple announced the dates for the iTunes connect holiday shutdown which will occur between the dates of December 23rd and December 27th. From a developer perspective, between the freeze dates no one will be able to submit apps or updates, so you really need to make sure your games are in order. Historically, this means we'll likely see a huge influx of new games and updates around the week of December 13th, as if there's any last minute SNAFU's developers have time to rush out an update.

While it isn't much of a surprise this is happening (they've been doing this for years now), what we're curious of is how will this impact featuring with the new iOS 11 App Store? In previous years, the App Store feature cycle would be off a day or so and the App Store would stay how it was until the App Store crew came back to work after the freeze. With the new daily features, it seems reasonable to assume that Apple won't straight up stop updating the iOS 11 App Store, but, who knows.

It'll be a learning experience for everyone.

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