Double Fine Hoping To Get Back Costume Quest, Stacking Rights After THQ Sale

Despite Double Fine mostly self-publishing after its resounding Kickstarter success, it wasn’t long ago that the company released games mostly through publishers. THQ being one of them, when the company went benkrupt and was sold, the console distribution rights for Stacking and Costume Quest went with it. But following a sale of the remainder of THQ’s assets, Double Fine is “optimistic ” it can get the rights back.


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Total War Rome 2 Trailer Reveals New True Line-of-sight System (video)

A new trailer for the upcoming Total War Rome 2 game has been released revealing a 2 minute glimpse of the new game and the battle at Teutoburg Forest.

Which features a playable historical battle in Total War Rome 2 and demonstrates some of the game’s new features which include a true line-of-sight system, deployable battlefield technology, together with a new style of ambushing your opponents. Watch the Total War Rome 2 trailer after the jump to see it in action.

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Nintendo Wii Mini UK Price Will Be £80

Earlier in the week we heard that the Wii Mini UK price would be £103, this was after the device was listed on Amazon and some other retailers, the various companies have no changed their retail price of the device and the Nintendo Wii Mini UK price will now be $79.99.

The Nintendo Wii Mini will go on sale in the UK on the 22nd of March, the console is a stripped down version of the Wii, and it will be interesting to see if the device becomes popular.

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Real Racing 3 Launches On iOS And Android Devices

If you have been patiently waiting for the launch of the new Real Racing 3 game you will be pleased to learn that it is now available to download from both the Apple iTunes App Store and Google Play.

The third version of their Real Racing franchise has been launched as a free to play title, which will rely on freemium in app purchases. Watch the video after the jump to see the new Real Racing 3 game in action.

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Google Super Sync Sports Multiplayer Game Launched By Google (video)

Google has today announced the launch of a new Chrome experimental game called Google Super Sync Sports, which has been created with a number of side scrolling addictive sub games included.

Once the Google Super Sync Sports is loaded in your web browser users can then sync their mobile devices to control their in game characters rather than using the computers keyboard or mouse. Check out the video after the jump to see the new Google Super Sync Sports game in action.

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The War Z Game Returns To Steam After Correcting Issues

After being unceremoniously removed from Valve’s Steam online games store back in December only a few days after it arrived in the store. The controversial game The War Z has now made a return to the Steam online store and is now available to purchase once again.

The War Z game was originally removed from the Steam store after it was discovered by disgruntled customers, that The War Z game description did not meet with the actual product, and a number of features detailed in the games description on Steam were missing from the code of the game.

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PlayStation 4 User Interface Screenshots Revealed

The new PlayStation 4 gaming console unveiled by Sony last week, is still currently under development and as yet no images of what the PS4 console will look like have been released, however screenshots of the PlayStation 4 User Interface have.

In the gallery below you can see a number of PS4 user interface screenshots which have been released by 2ch Japan’s largest online bulletin board, which points to the Japanese site Game no Hanashi.

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EA To Add Microtransactions To All Future Games

Dead Space 3’s inclusion of microtransactions in a boxed AAA game costing $60 might have met with a backlash from press, but EA says that’s the way forward for all of its games. The moves comes as EA’s bid to increase the online part of its business as retail keeps shrinking, in the wake of lower than previous, but still significant losses for the company this quarter to the tune of $45 million.

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