Day: October 24, 2012

Game News

Beasts & Blades 3D RPG hits up Kickstarter, but you can play the beta now

The developers of a new 3D turn-based RPG has hit up Kickstarter for funding to help finish their game called Beasts & Blades. However, unlike a lot of Kickstarter projects, which usually don’t have any sort of playable alpha or beta, mostly just some video footage of it, Beasts & Blades have a playable beta which only Android users can get a hold of for free and start playing the game already.

Hardware News

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II now available for purchase for $370 on T-Mobile or $685 unlocked

The next generation of the Samsung Galaxy Note, appropriately named the Samsung Galaxy Note II, has officially gone on sale for those of you who have been eagerly waiting to get your hands on this new device. Depending on the route you take in acquiring one, you can purchase it for $370 on-contract through T-Mobile or, if you want to get it a little cheaper, you can hit up Wirefly where it is currently going for $279 with a new two-year contract.

Game News

Angry Birds Seasons gets its annual Halloween update, complete with new Ghost Blocks

Rovio has released their annual Halloween update, officially called Haunted Hogs, for their Angry Birds Seasons game and this time you won’t be smashing pumpkins and pigs outside. Instead the pigs have gone into hiding inside a haunted house, being careful of ghosts and other spooky things while trying to take the pigs out and get their eggs back. Did we mention there is also a new block you’ll have to deal with?

Game News

Atari announces their upcoming mobile games line-up, includes Dungeons & Dragons: Warbands

Atari today announced their upcoming line-up of mobile games for a variety of platforms, and by variety we mean iOS and Android. Out of the five titles announced, two of them will indeed be heading our way soon. Roller Coaster Tycoon and Dungeons & Dragons: Warbands are both slated for release onto Android but don’t get excited just yet as both of these games won’t make it onto our platform until next year.