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Archive for May, 2008

» Bioshock Coming to iPhone

Apparently, first person shooter/horror, ‘Bioshock’ is coming to iPhone. If it works, it could be one of the best achievements in mobile gaming, providing an atmospheric, dark natured game to a list of far to ‘cute’ games.   IG Fun are the company who are going to give the popular Xbox360 best seller a miniature […]

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» Jexin 0.5 Released

Version 0.5 of Jexin has been released under the Apache License 2.0.   Jexin is a web based functional testing/debugging platform for Java applications. The user can view details about the execution path (stack trace) in one or more JVM(s) and inject exceptions into the path to simulate faults. Jexin supports several views of stack […]

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» Nintendo’s take on Masterchef

Nintendo loves having quirky games for the DS, and Cooking Guide: Can’t decide what to eat? Is surely one of the weirdest so far.   Previously released in Japan as Shaberu! DS Ryouri Navi, the European version of the game will be released in June.   If you couldn’t guess what this games basic premise […]

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» Nokia Changes its Stance on Game Transfers

So the other day, we got a bit annoyed about Nokia’s underground tactics regarding the transfer of games from an older N-Gage handset to a new one, read article here.   Well now Nokia have confirmed that this indeed was the case, but in a turn-a-round (in an effort to avoid some sort of backlash […]

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» Glu Stick to What They Know Best

Glu Mobile had planned to expand onto non-mobile games platforms last year but according to president and CEO Greg Ballard, they delayed their plans in favour of focusing on acquisitions. “We were actually one of the very first companies to publicly talk about multiple platforms as the vision for the future,” says Ballard in an […]

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» NGage Upgrading is a Rip Off

Just what you thought it was safe to go back in to the mobile gaming water, Nokia’s N-Gage platform decides to take a bite out of your wallet. It has emerged that if you buy the new N-Gage phone, you have to buy all your games again.   Nokia have confirmed the fact that the […]

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» Aricent Takes Celltop to the International Market

After Alltel had Celltop exclusively for a year, Aricent is taking its solution to the international market, offering it up for operators using BREW or Java (J2ME). Designed to make it easier for end-users to find and manage their content, Alltel has received many accolades for Celltop, but few have heard about Aricent. The Company […]

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» Nintendo Under Fire Again

Way back in 2003 the European Commission determined that Nintendo had engaged in anticompetitive price-fixing business practices dating at least as far back as the early 90s. This resulted in a heavy fine being laid against the company- €149 million, one of the largest antitrust fines applied in the history of the commission. The fines […]

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» Nokia NGage Games For Free?

Jakko Kaidesoja, the Head of Nokia’s N-Gage business has spoke of the idea of giving N-Gage games away for free with its handset in a recent interview. “The concept of free is not a very appealing concept when you are investing a lot of money and creative power in creating the content, and trying to […]

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» Rockin all over the World

Rock Revolution is the newest foray in to the world of peripheral gaming. With the market dominated by Guitar Hero and the soon to be released (worldwide) Rock Band, Japanese publisher Konami are out to prove that they started this new trend in gaming over ten years ago, and hey intend to reclaim their crown.  […]

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