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WarCorner: Battle.net Authenticator Comes To Windows 7 Phones
by Corey Dockendorf [ Friday, 15th of July 2011 - 06:05 PM ]
One of the greatest security devices in online games today is probably Blizzard's Battle.net authenticator. The device can be purchased from the Blizzard online store or downloaded for free on your mobile device. With the Windows 7 Phone's recent release, and a new marketplace on the horizon for app development, where is our authenticator? Battle.net players with iPhones or Android devices are able to login securely to their game using a one-time password in addition to their base password to access their account. Read More...
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Review: The AGlove, It's So Rad
by Corey Dockendorf [ Tuesday, 8th of March 2011 - 05:21 PM ]
Recently I just got back from vacation in Utah where I took on their cold weather, snow and a Park City Bobsled Run; all in the same day. As I was waiting for one of my buddies to finish their run, I thought I would play a little Gun Bros on my android phone. Now picture this. I'm on a mountain, in the freezing cold, standing in snow and about to take out my TOUCH-SCREEN phone and play a game. Impossible, I know. Normally I would desperately try to get enough heat to the tips of my fingers to actually use the touch screen just to unlock the stupid thing. Read More...
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Sony Now Has An App For That
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 12th of January 2011 - 02:25 PM ]
SCEE has finally let loose the app they announced back in December that will allow PlayStation fans to do pretty much what XBox fans have been doing for a long while now. That is access all their stats, news and talk about all things on their chosen console. Man that took a while to get out there. I totally can't wait to use it to keep up on my friends and trophies. Oh wait… I can't… It is only for people with European accounts. Anyone can download the app to their iPhone/iPod or Android phones right now, although work arounds are needed if you live outside of Europe. Read More...
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Review: Kick-Ass The Game
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 7th of May 2010 - 03:15 PM ]
The comic and film of this intellectual property have come and gone. Both spectacular in their own right. If you have yet to read or see either, do both. But what if you have done one or both already? Well did you know there is a video game version of Kick-Ass for the PSN and iPhone? There most certainly is. Why wouldn't there be, as merchandising is a great way to make more money off a great franchise. It is the capitalist way after all. Read More...
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Nice Going Ass Kick... Er Kick Ass
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 14th of April 2010 - 04:26 PM ]
As is not to be surprised, as it was announced a while ago, the film Kick Ass has a game coming out. Coming out as in tomorrow (4/15) to meet the launch date of the film which is Friday (4/16). Yet another in the string of movie based video games coming out this year. Well that come out pretty much every year there is a big budget film to milk for money. Still waiting on Spaceballs: The Videogame Mr. Brooks. Read More...
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Dark Void Zero Goes Mobile.. and Flies to the PC Too
by Kevin [ Friday, 9th of April 2010 - 11:33 AM ]
This week, AggroGamer will be presenting a review for Dark Void, for a new series entitled, "Games You Missed, Which Might Not Be a Bad Thing." The first title to get this treatment will be the action title Dark Void that was developed by Airtight Games and published by Capcom for the PS3, 360 and PC on January 19, 2010. In the meantime, the more well received iteration of the game, Dark Void Zero will be headed to the iPhone and PC. This 8-bit title was celebrated for its controls and retro gameplay and graphics, and was often compared in a more favorable light to its big brother. Read More...
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Pea-shooting Zombies On The Go With iPhone/iPod
by Binh Nguyen [ Wednesday, 17th of February 2010 - 07:34 AM ]
Plants vs. Zombies was one of the 2009 most played games for the PC, especially for those at Aggrogamer.com. PopCap Games has announced today that they will be releasing the game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Plants vs. Zombies will be available now at the Apple’s App Store for $2.99. Andrew Stein, Director of Mobile platforms from PopCap Games made the following comment, “Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone and iPod Touch marks the first adaptation of our wildly popular ‘flower defense’ game to a new platform, and we’re excited at how well it has translated to the iPhone and iPod touch. We’ve stayed true to the original computer version with the full-featured gameplay of Adventure mode, and have optimized this adaptation around a seamless touch interface. Read More...
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AR.Drone: When Video Games Become Reality
by Corey Dockendorf [ Thursday, 11th of February 2010 - 11:04 AM ]
We're all familiar with augmented reality. The iPhone has already been using this technology for viewing restaurant locations, local hot-spots, and other applicable features. Well it's only natural that this technology for your mobile phone move into the gaming industry. With that said I present to you the AR Drone, an iPhone controlled RC quadrocopter. This is not your average quadrocopter from the mall that always flips over and crashes when your trying to fly it. This is one sophisticated piece of equipment. Read More...
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Sword & Poker: The .99 Cent iPhone Battery Killer
by Kevin [ Sunday, 24th of January 2010 - 03:03 PM ]
I've come across a multitude of titles in the App Store that attempt to bridge the gap between two gaming genres. There have been varying degrees of success for most of these games, but every now and again there's a title that not only dares to get the formula right - but sees fit to destroy the battery in my phone (which, admittedly, with an iPhone isn't too terribly difficult). In this case the game in question is "Sword&Poker" - and yes it is exactly what it sounds like.In the world of Sword & Poker, the always dreaded Lord of Chaos has snagged the equally ominous Stone of Creation and has formed a intricate dungeon to protect his dark intent. Read More...
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iPhone Getting Final Fantasy I and II
by Corey Dockendorf [ Thursday, 21st of January 2010 - 05:09 PM ]
Yes you read the headline correctly, Final Fantasy I and II are both coming to the iPhone! With the movement for Mobile devices becoming a gaming force to be reckoned with, we are seeing the larger games quickly making their way into our hot little hands. Square Enix announced on it's Facebook page as well as on Twitter that it would be releasing the first two Final Fantasy titles for the iPhone and iPod Touch. There are practically no details regarding the game, but all we know so far is it's "Coming Soon" but with the below screen shots, it doesn't look like we are too far off. You can head on over to the actual mini-site to listen to the soothing music and stare at the iPhone screen, or just check out the screen shots below. Read More...
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Chuck Brings the Pain to Your Mobile Device: Review
by Kevin [ Thursday, 10th of December 2009 - 12:07 AM ]
One of the few game developers that has never ceased to amaze me is Gameloft. I don't know what their development philosophy is, but it has consistently led to some great gaming experiences on mobile devices. To be perfectly honest, Chuck Norris: Bring On The Pain continues in that trend, turning the worn jokes concerning our favorite Texas Ranger into a pretty entertaining game.Over at the official site, Gameloft gives some insight as to what you are in for: "Step into the boots of America’s toughest man in the first Chuck Norris game available for your iPhone and iPod touch. A brilliantly outlandish scenario sets you, Chuck Norris, in the Cambodian jungle to release prisoners of war held hostage by a rogue army of Communist soldiers. Read More...
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Konami Kuts Krazy Karts Kost.. And Others
by Kevin [ Wednesday, 18th of November 2009 - 09:04 PM ]
As a fan of mobile gaming, I'm always trying to keep an eye out for the best deals for the platform. Well, here is an instance of one of those deals - and it's a really good one. Konami is dropping several of their titles down to $.99. For the list of titles they are offering, there is certainly a great value here. The sale is going to be up until this upcoming Saturday, November 21, so if you want to grab them, now is definitely the time to do it.Power Pros Touch, $3. Read More...
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Earthworm Jim Whips It Good!
by Corey Dockendorf [ Monday, 19th of October 2009 - 07:02 PM ]
I remember Jim. The funny earthworm with bionic suit that made so many tounge-in-cheek jokes I could hardly stand it. I had the action figure, I watched the cartoon. I played it on every console that it was available for. Now Jim is returning, guns and blazin', to consoles and handhelds all over the world. Cow launching, check. Laser guns, Check. Read More...
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Review: Exo-Flex Skins
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 8th of October 2009 - 02:25 PM ]
We as gamers are always looking for a way to stand out and be original so we can be identified in our virtual space. Also most of the time in our real world presence as well. Be it clothing, cosmetics, or skinning and modding our PCs, consoles, and the controllers that go along with them. Sometimes as basic as a few stickers and others as extreme as a full metal shop built Alien case for a PC. But sometimes we gamers either lack the tools or capabilities to build something that expresses our inner selves on our gaming gear. That's where companies like Exo-Flex and their artist step in and offer up full case stickers and decals for us to slap on and be original. Read More...
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Review: Canabalt
by Kevin [ Monday, 5th of October 2009 - 01:14 PM ]
What you see below you is the scenario that Canabalt presents. You begin the game fleeing from a crumbling building and whatever has assaulted that building is following you, and all you can do is run and leap to potential safety. The counter in the upper right will tell you how far you have been able to travel in your attempted escape. The maker of the game, Adam Saltsman, made a post over at the Experimental Game Project about the original version, "I made Canabalt in 5 very long days (at least 60 hours) – 1 day at the start of the month, two days at PromJam, and then this weekend. Danny B made the music for it tonight. Read More...
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