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Overwatch is Game of the Year at the D.I.C.E. Awards; Full Winners List Inside

Tonight, the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences hosted the D.I.C.E. Awards ceremony in Las Vegas, showcasing some of the best games of the past year. …Read More The post Overwatch is Game of the Year at the D.I.C.E. Awards; Full Winners List Inside by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

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New Final Fantasy Action JRPG Final Fantasy: Explorers Force Gets First Screenshots

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Futurama Returns in Mobile Game From; Series Creators Are Involved

Good News, Everyone! Futurama is Getting a Mobile Game

If you’ve missed getting new Futurama, then we have some very good news for you indeed. TinyCo and FoxNext have announced that they will be creating a new Futurama mobile game called Futurama: […] The post Good News, Everyone! Futurama is Getting a Mobile Game appeared first on Geek.com. READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!

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Lightseekers Could Be The Next Big Thing In Game Connected Toys

Mari, one of two Lightseekers races available at launch in July. Lightseekers isn’t another toys-to-life game. It’s got gorgeous articulated figures that talk, vibrate and evolve, powered by a mini-computer. They play in a Diablo-esque mobile adventure and are augmented by a massive standalone trading card game. It’s very impressive, but are people going to buy it? Advertisement Don’t even say “toys-to-life” around a member of PlayFusion, the employee-owned independent game developer and publisher that debuted Lightseekers as a successful Kickstarter last year. During a presentation held at the Tomy booth during the 2017 New York Toy Fair this weekend I was corrected several times. The term they prefer is “connected play.” It makes sense that PlayFusion would want to distance itself from the “toys-to-life” term. It brings to mind games like Activision’s Skylanders, which is taking a year off in 2017 following declining sales of recent installments, and Disney Infinity, which was cancelled in 2016 after three years of success. Both of those franchises features toys that were essentially colorful statues, the characters of which only came to life in their respective games when placed on portal devices connected to READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Yoko Taro’s New Game SINoALICE Gets First Trailer, Scores NieR: Automata Composer as Well

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Final Fantasy: Explorers Force for Android and IOS Teased by Famitsu

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New Valkyrie Profile Game Valkyrie Anatomia Gets Star Ocean Crossover

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Hidden Folks Breaks Even After Only Four Days

As you may know, Hidden Folks from Fingle developer Adriaan de Jongh hit PC and iOS devices last week on, February 15th, for $7.99 USD and $3.99 respectively. Now, the developer has announced that after …Read More The post Hidden Folks Breaks Even After Only Four Days by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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Can You Name All The Robots In This Transformers: Forged To Fight Trailer?

vNot correct: Soundscream, Windlady, Optimus Convoy, Stephen, Twila Mobile developer Kabam and Hasbro roll out a new trailer for their upcoming fighting game at Toy Fair 2017 today, demonstrating just how deep and obscure the roster for Transformers: Forged to Fight is going to get. How many do you recognize? Advertisement When Kabam said they were pulling characters from almost every generation of Transformers, they were not kidding. In the shot above we’ve got classic Soundwave, mewcoer Windblade, whichever version of Optimus Prime that is, Rhinox from Beast Wars (showing off the liberty being taken with scale) and bad old Bludgeon. You want more? Look: Transformers: Forged to Fight arrives on iOS and Android this spring. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Bethesda Director Teases That a New Mobile Game Is in the Works

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Candy Crush Saga “Cupid’s Challenge” Lets Players Compete Against Each Other

Valentine’s Day (aka #Galentine’s Day) may be over, but Candy Crush Saga players can still celebrate the romantically themed holiday with a special event. Just like last weekend, players of the ever-popular mobile game can compete against one another and earn in-game rewards. “The qualifier event will see players help Dexter the Whale, dressed as Cupid, collect 10 Striped Candies to win a Lollipop Hammer and be automatically entered into the second round – the leader board,” says the press released. “In the leader board round, players are matched with 30 other players (at random) where they compete against each other to be placed in first, second and third position. The top 3 players will win rewards including Color Bombs, a Free Switch, and Unlimited Lives.” The second challenge started today at 4 am Eastern. It will continue until 4 am on Tuesday the 21st. The first place winner will get one Color Bomb, one Hammer, one Free Switch, one Striped/Wrapped Candy, and six hours of unlimited lives. The second place winner will get one Color Bomb, one Hammer, one Free Switch, and two hours of unlimited lives. Finally, the third place READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!

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Terraria Has Sold 20 Million Copies Since Launch

Today, developer Re-Logic announced that its mega-hit 2D action RPG Terraria, as of today, has sold 20 million copies since its launch in 2011. The news came via the following tweet from the game’s official twitter account: …Read More The post Terraria Has Sold 20 Million Copies Since Launch by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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New World Of Darkness Games Are Slick Interactive Fiction

White Wolf Publishing released its first two World of Darkness video games in more than a decade this week. Vampire the Masquerade: We Eat Blood and Mage the Ascension: Refuge won’t scratch that Bloodlines itch, but as interactive fiction goes they’re very cool. Advertisement Way back in my late teens I used to run a BBS (bulletin board system) based on White Wolf’s World of Darkness role-playing game series. A friend and I put together Atlanta-By-Night, a board where fans of the game could dial in, create characters and use forums as role-playing locations, typing out their actions as lengthy prose. So when White Wolf releases a pair of games that are basically the same bits of prose written by proper authors and illustrated by award-winning artists, I am in my element. As much as I am looking forward to the upcoming Werewolf: The Apocalypse video game, the Mage and Vampire games released this week for mobile platforms and Steam serve nicely. The Vampire title, We Eat Blood (and All Our Friends Are Dead) is a coming of undeath story written and illustrated by Zak Sabbath and Sarah Horrocks. Told READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!