Day: October 9, 2013

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Game News

Reader’s Choice: Pick the next Transformers to be apart of the next TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Fan Favorites Episode

As many of you know DeNA has their TCG style Transformer themed game called Transformers: Legends which has grown to be quite popular. You may also remember that over the course of the last month the developers have been releasing weekly additions to the game, otherwise known as episodes, which introduced new scenarios to play through and even the game’s first PvP events.

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Game News

Want more Square Enix news? How about Final Fantasy VI for Android this Winter and possibly more.

In case you haven’t had your fill of Square Enix news this week with their announcement yesterday that the company would be bringing a majority of the Dragon Quest franchise over to Android in the near future. While it hasn’t been officially confirmed just yet as to whether or not the series (Dragon Quest 1-8 and Dragon Quest Monster blah bah) would reach Western shores, it is most likely that they will since all the mobile Final Fantasy games have been released in the West.

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Hardware News

[Updated] Ouya’s external storage issue being worked on, beta begins next week

One of the biggest issues with the Ouya game console is the fact people have no real way to have external storage usage. So once your internal storage is filled up, you’re kind of left in the dark as to what to do. It’s a problem Ouya is well aware of and have been working on it for a bit now. The good news is it looks like a solution is coming closer to happening.

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Game News

Tin Man Games releases another interactive RPG book called Spellcaster: The Forgotten Spell

Tin Man Games is keeping up their momentum in celebration of their 5 year anniversary with the release of yet another interactive RPG book called Forgotten Spell. This new addition to their catalog doesn’t fall into the Fighting Fantasy franchise nor their own Gamebook Adventure series. However this is still just as good as any of their previous titles and comes with all the features you’d expect to find in a Tin Man Games release.