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Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have worked together to bring you Tomb Raider: The Final Hours app now available for iOS, Steam and Android. The app is priced at $2.99 and is also available on PC as well as Amazon (Kindle-Fire edition) for the first time. Tomb Raider: The Final Hours gives players a behind the scenes look at how Crystal Dynamics spent the final hours of development time in   Read More ...

Having recently released with my friend our first game onto the Android marketplace, I have realised how hard it is to get a game’s name out. For those that have tried before, you will know what I mean when you see fairly mediocre games reaching 50,000+ downloads on the marketplace while yours is struggling to make 50.  How can we possibly hope to compete? If you want to get into   Read More ...

Sony has today officially unveiled the “PlayStation Suite” for Android. Users will be able to play PlayStation content on an open operating system for the first time in PlayStation history. Sony will be starting a “PlayStation Certified” license program for hardware manufacturers to get in on the action. Sony will provide development support as well as logo licensing to “ensure the delivery of the PlayStation quality experience across various devices”.

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