All Posts from February 14, 2013

Gaming Trend Podcast 02/14/13–Making the world go ’round.

by , and 2 years ago

    This week on the Gaming Trend Podcast, the GT crew is out to help you get more out of your hard earned dollars.  Starting off the right way, David, Victor, …

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    The Empire Strikes Back in Zen Pinball

    by 2 years ago

    Everyone knows that The Empire Strikes Back is the greatest of all the Star Wars films. You've got the awesome Battle of Hoth, Luke's training on Dagobah, the betrayal of …

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    Wargaming acquires Gas Powered Games

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      The folks behind World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, Wargaming, have acquired Gas Powered Games!  Not only did they pick up the company, they also picked up the team.  …

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      Nintendo declares 2013 the Year of Luigi, Animal Crossing gets release date

      by 2 years ago

      In today's Nintendo Direct video, Satoru Iwata declared 2013 to be the Year of Luigi. This seems appropriate, because he'll be showing up in no less than four different games …

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      Valve lays off several employees in “great cleansing”

      by 2 years ago

        According to a report by Gamasutra, Valve laid off a number of employees yesterday. As of now, no exact number of layoffs is known, although at least one person has …

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        Infinity Blade goes free on App Store – Apple’s App of the Week

        by 2 years ago

        Heads up, iPad/iPhone owners: yet another title has gone (temporarily) free, and if you don't have this one yet, I strongly suggest you grab it. That's right - Infinity Blade …

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        Valve dabbling in “wearable computers”, says Valve employee

        by 2 years ago

        Engadget is reporting an interesting bit of information about some internal goings-on with Valve. Not satisfied with merely dabbling in the hardware market by way of the Piston/Steambox quasi-console, apparently Valve …

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