COMBAT MONSTERS, TURN BASED HEXAGON FANTASY GAME, HITS ANDROID
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COMBAT MONSTERS, TURN BASED HEXAGON FANTASY GAME, HITS ANDROID

Anyone that is a fan of turn based strategy titles and the owner of either an iOS device or Android device will probably be familiar with Rubicon Development. Rubicon created a turn based strategy war game called Great Big War Game and some other titles. Now, they are taking a stab at the fantasy realm ... Read More»
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Unity Engine Drops iOS and Android Fees
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Unity Engine Drops iOS and Android Fees

Gamesta.com always has deals to report, from all corners of the gaming world. The latest news comes from Unity, which now offers up iOS and Android development for free, after doing the same for web browsers and PC development. Get yours now... Read More»
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Unity Stops Flash Support, Starts Gambling
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Unity Stops Flash Support, Starts Gambling

Gamesta.com gets news from Unity about their latest endeavors. The game engine platform will stop supporting Flash, as it has lost faith in it. At the same time, it has signed 2 different deals with gambling companies... Read More»
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Interview With Steve Miller and Bad Ass Games
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Interview With Steve Miller and Bad Ass Games

We don’t usually cover Kickstarter campaigns here at Gaming on Batteries so you know, when we do, there is something pretty special about the game in question. That is the case with Temple of the Sun and Moon by Bad Ass Games and this interview with Steve Miller, the man behind the very interesting title ... Read More»
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We don’t usually cover Kickstarter campaigns here at Gaming on Batteries so you know, when we do, there is something pretty special about the game in question.  That is the case with Temple of the Sun and Moon by Bad Ass Games and this interview with Steve Miller, the man behind the very interesting title that is coming to Android.  Let’s get on with it and maybe you will see why we are excited about this title too.
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We don’t usually cover Kickstarter campaigns here at Gaming on Batteries so you know, when we do, there is something pretty special about the game in question. That is the case with Temple of the Sun and Moon by Bad Ass Games and this interview with Steve Miller, the man behind the very interesting title that is coming to Android. Let’s get on with it and maybe you will see why we are excited about this title too.

We don’t usually cover Kickstarter campaigns here at Gaming on Batteries so you know, when we do, there is something pretty special about the game in question. That is the case with Temple of the Sun and Moon by Bad Ass Games and this interview with Steve Miller, the man behind the very interesting title ... Read More»
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Thief 4 screenshots leaked, game down for “PC, next-gen consoles” in 2014
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Thief 4 screenshots leaked, game down for “PC, next-gen consoles” in 2014

It looks as though the first screenshot from Thief 4 has leaked. The game is rumored for a 2014 release “on PC and next-generation consoles.” Hit up OXM for more, and NeoGAF has the screenshots. ... Read More»
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Malicious Rebrth to be released in Europe, North America
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Malicious Rebrth to be released in Europe, North America

Malicious Rebrth will be released in North America and Europe, Alvion has confirmed on Twitter. According to tweets from the firm, the English localization has been sent to the English publisher, and the release date “depends on them.” The ... Read More»
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PC development ‘quite reasonable’, says DmC producer
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PC development ‘quite reasonable’, says DmC producer

Asked whether the smaller audience for PC gaming means producing ports is an expensive chore, Capcom’s Alex Jones staunchly defended the viability of the platform. “If you do your job right on the console side you can generally develop a PC version quite reasonably from both a budget and production logistics standpoint,” Jones told TruePCGaming. ... Read More»
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Gearbox believes NRA should be advocating gun laws instead of pointing fingers at games
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Gearbox believes NRA should be advocating gun laws instead of pointing fingers at games

Violence in video games is a hot button issue in some circles, with pundit going as far as to blame gun violence on crimes committed around the world, and most recently in the US. One of the most vocal accusers of late, is the EVP of the National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre, who in the ... Read More»
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Ubisoft Montpellier has a new multiplatform title in the works according to CV
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Ubisoft Montpellier has a new multiplatform title in the works according to CV

A LinkedIn resume belonging to a physics programmer at Ubisoft Montpellier, suggests the firm has a new title in the works for multiple platforms. According to Gregory Riachi’s profile, the unannounced title is a “full physics related project”, which the team started on in November 2012 for PC, PS3, Wii U and Xbox 360. Earlier ... Read More»
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Gearbox president loves the idea of “fewer, bigger bets” with games development
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Gearbox president loves the idea of “fewer, bigger bets” with games development

Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has said he’s not worried over the possibility of development budgets going up, due to the potential it allows. Speaking with GI International at DICE, Pitchford stated that, on one hand, he loves “the idea of fewer, bigger bets,” due to the possibilities which would come with more resources. “I don’t ... Read More»
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PS4, HTML5, Project SHIELD and Oculus Rift talks added to GDC 2013
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PS4, HTML5, Project SHIELD and Oculus Rift talks added to GDC 2013

GDC 2013 organizers have added new vendor sessions for PS4, HTML5, Project SHIELD and Oculus Rift to the event schedule. Sony will present a session titled: ‘Overview of PS4 for Developers’. Oculus Rift’s Michael Antonov and Nate Mitchell will present a session titled ‘Running the VR Gauntlet – VR Ready, Are You?’. Nvidia will be ... Read More»
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Knill: A New Indie NES Title WIP
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Knill: A New Indie NES Title WIP

Retro titles around here are all great and fun but we have tried to keep away from simply flooding the site with yet more reviews of titles that have been covered time and time again on countless other sites in favor of focusing on finding original content we think our readers will enjoy. Original content ... Read More»
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Former art director for thatgamecompany starts new studio
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Former art director for thatgamecompany starts new studio

Journey and Flower art director Matt Nava, has formed his own studio called Giant Squid. The former thatgamecompany staffer’s site doesn’t list any projects currently in development, but the mission statement on the site states that &#... Read More»
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Nihilistic Software demo reel shows a glimpse of StarCraft: Ghost
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Nihilistic Software demo reel shows a glimpse of StarCraft: Ghost

Before making the transition from retail to downloadable and mobile titles, Nihilistic Software was working on various titles for PS3 and Xbox 360, and a God of War Home space, according to a LinkedIn resume. Mike Parsons’ resume lists Deep Rift, an underwater shooter for PS3 and Xbox 360; an isometric shooter called Alien Hunters ... Read More»
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