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Smash Bros. director says Wii U version will be familiar and focused

Masahiro Sakurai, who is overseeing the upcoming Namco-created iteration of Smash Bros. on the Wii U and 3DS, says the goal for the game will be to keep things focused and fresh, rather than blowing out either the mechanics or the character list. Sakurai told IGN that because the franchise is so popular lately, he believes the core gameplay is on target, and thus won’t change much in the next installment

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Review: Fable Heroes

One part hack, one part slash, and one part four-player cooperative Fable with puppet heroes.

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Review: Fable Heroes

One part hack, one part slash, and one part four-player cooperative Fable with puppet heroes. Fable Heroes would be the last thing you would expect Lionhead Studios to come up with if Fable: The Journey hadn’t been announced already

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Kid Icarus Uprising review: Uplifting

Kid Icarus: Uprising for 3DS is more than the return of a long-dormant Nintendo franchise; it’s effectively the birth of a new franchise that feels nothing like anything else in Nintendo’s lineup. It’s fresh, exciting, funny, and has the ability to be customized deeply to the player’s interest and comfort level.

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OnLive and Rockstar release touch-controlled version of LA Noire

Way back in December, when OnLive first announced it would release a set of tablet apps for its cloud gaming service, we heard that Rockstar Games was also working on touch controls for LA Noire , making the console and PC game behave more like a native touchscreen app. And tonight, OnLive says those controls are finally available. If you load up LA Noire in an OnLive mobile app, you can play it by directly swiping across the screen rather than using virtual buttons or OnLive’s wireless controller

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Report: Jaffe leaves Eat Sleep Play, layoffs hit developer

Eat Sleep Play, which will shortly ship Twisted Metal , has reportedly laid off eight employees. The Salt Lake City Tribune also reports that co-founder David Jaffe is also out and is expected to pursue “casual games.” Jaffe responded to the “rumor” of him making casual games after Twisted Metal as “highly exaggerated.” Eat Sleep Play now has a staff of 26 and will transition to iPhone and iPad development

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The Jimquisition: The Ten Sh*ttest Games of 2011

The Escapist : Jimquisition : The Ten Worst Games of 2011 The year is almost out, and we must celebrate it by publishing meaningless award ceremonies. In true Jimquisition style, our noble hero celebrates the crappest of the crap, with the ten shittiest games to have been released in 2011. Oh, revel in the glory

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OnLive’s mobile app hits and misses (with launch compatibility list)

OnLive CEO Steve Perlman promises a lot from his company’s new cloud gaming apps for Android and iOS devices, but how does the app actually work? I’ve been able to play with the iPad version for the past few days, and using just the touchscreen it’s far from perfect.

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Beyond Good & Evil HD heavily discounted on Xbox Live today

Third-person photo shooter Beyond Good & Evil HD is the star discount in today’s ( hnnggghhh ) “Cyber Monday” sale on Xbox Live. It’s down from 800 MSP ($10) to 240 MSP — that’s $3 for one of last generation’s most charming and thoughtful adventures.

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Sonic Free Riders screens are screens for Sonic Free Riders

Kinect is coming, and what more fitting character to jump on its bones than Sonic the Hedgehog, arguably the king of life-extending gimmickry? Sonic Free Riders is Sega's premier contribution to the Bourne Conspiracy EyeToy

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