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  • 14Jul

    Hey, look, ‘Binary Domain’ has weapons

    So, Binary Domain, a Sega title that just happens to be a shooter, has weapons in it. Who knew, right? And — there are more than two. A whole smorgasbord! And when those evil robots won’t bend to your will, you will shoot them in the robot face with these weapons. So, here’s a trailer that shows them off. Spoiler alert: There are several kinds of guns that are exactly like the guns in every generic shooter title. Except these are set to dramatic music. Also, robots. Binary Domain releases in February 2012. Follow

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  • 14Jul

    Netflix arrives on 3DS today

    “Nintendo is a terrific partner with Netflix,” said Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO of Netflix. “We’re excited to extend the partnership to include streaming on Nintendo 3DS.” Right now, the handheld will display 2D content on the top screen of the device. Eventually, however, Netflix will begin to offer 3D content, according to the press release, which you can view without specialized glasses, just like the other 3D content for the system. Netflix has yet to announce this, so it will be interesting to see if this was just ambiguous wording, or an outing of the upcoming truth.   Follow

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  • 14Jul

    Flying Hog announces ‘Hard Reset’

    Warsaw developer Wild Hog announced their debut game yesterday — a sci-fi FPS for PC titled Hard Reset. This is the first title from the studio, but the studio is comprised of talent from the surprisingly-busy Polish development scene. The 35-person studio features veterans from CD Projekt RED, People Can Fly and City Interactive, meaning that these are the folks behind games like Bulletstorm and The Witcher 2. Not really something to turn your nose up at. The game is coming in two months (September 2011! That’s quick), so expect to see a lot more soon. Follow

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  • 14Jul

    Are You a Luminous Woman?

    What do you have in common with the First Lady of China, Madeleine Albright and Margaret Thatcher? Or maybe your personality resembles Ayn Rand and Lady Godiva. Find out by trying out Luminous, a game App that is now at the Apple App Store. With it you take personality tests that will give you a present life reading. By choosing answers to the questions, the game will tell you what famous women in history and fiction, think the way you do. it has stunning fractal graphics, soothing music and chimes. It is a short but informative quiz game that you will be certain to pass around the lunch table or the office on your iPad. It also links up directly with their Facebook page where you can nominate other famous women who have impressed you, to be part of the game. Follow

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