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Smule ships free, collaborative, interactive 'Guitar!' game for iPhone

9to5mac.com
Smule, one of the early high-profile developers for Apple’s App Store, has launched a new app to follow-up on its taste for music software. The company, today, launched a new free game called “Guitar!” The app sources music from its own with the company’s “Sing!” karaoke app, and this...
Smule ships free, collaborative, interactive 'Guitar!' game for iPhone

New Super Mario Bros U - review

www.guardian.co.uk
Wii U, Nintendo, £39.99, 3+Nintendo's greatest asset is Shigeru Miyamoto's library of glorious franchises, but while Nintendo Land turns the whole lot into amuse-bouches, the only classic Nintendo character with his own Wii U launch vehicle is Mario, in New Super Mario Bros U. Which is more than a little...
New Super Mario Bros U - review

Game on: The Darkness II

www.guardian.co.uk
Yes, it's gruesome and violent. But it's also an emphatic riposte to those who say games can't tell storiesPart-Godfather and part-Exorcist, The Darkness II (PS3/Xbox 360/PC) feels, at times, as much a film as a game. In the title menus, each of the game's four difficulty levels is accompanied by...
Game on: The Darkness II
Super Hexagon nails the formula for player addiction

Tap Tap Radiation

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Tap Tap Radiation is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedTap Tap Radiation is a free iPad app in the iTunes store. I admit to getting completely caught up in this game. It’s more fun and addictive than...
Tap Tap Radiation

Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time

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This week games and art applications dominated the paid app charts. OMGPOP led the paid iPhone charts with the add-free version of its social drawing game, Draw Something, but the 10-in-one arcade collection Midway Arcade also made a strong debut this week, taking the No. 3 spot on the iPhone...
Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time

Blizzard admits Diablo III is a game that ends

arstechnica.com
If you've seen this screen after defeating Inferno difficulty, you've probably already gotten your money's worth from Diablo III Blizzard Just how long should players expect a game to remain fresh and exciting? Do publishers have to treat all AAA games as services that keep us constantly entertained for...
Blizzard admits Diablo III is a game that ends
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