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  • The Weekly Wrap – ME3, SSX, Apple worming forward

    Each week of gaming news is a beautiful snowflake. Oh, Kinectimals demo and Rock’s interest in a new Doom movie, let us count the ways. Also, here are some other things.

  • Apple nearly bought Bungie, says former Bungie lead

    You would cry too if it happened to you.

  • Capps: Epic bringing triple-A to iPhone

    Epic Games president Mike Capps has said the company is planning to bring triple-A games to iPhone.

  • Fishlabs CEO: iPad and other "mobile devices" will surpass Xbox 360 graphics in a year

    Remember when you first booted up Tekken on your PlayStation One, and your eyes welled up with tears as you declared that graphics would never get any better than that? Remember when your PS2 – and even your itsy-bitsy PSP – none-too-gently booted your PS1 into the retirement home? Well, according to mobile game dev […]

  • Nintendo not afraid of Apple? Maybe it should be, says survey

    Portable gaming is Nintendo. Whether you’re spending your morning commute with a PSP, Nintendo DS, or Neo-Geo Pocket (RIP), to most passers-by, that little slab of plastic in your hands is a Gameboy. And oh, hey, 129 million sales. Nintendo’s throne is unassailable, right? But we can remember a time when console gaming was the […]

  • Analysts not too thrilled about iPad's gaming prospects

    Based off the Internet’s current state, the iPad announcement is the only thing that happened today. At all. Everything else – war, politics, Tiger Woods – was put on hold so that we could all watch Steve Jobs trot out a new Shiny Thing. But what’s that mean for the wide world of videogames? Not […]

  • Sony says it's no longer playing catch up with Xbox Live

    Eric Lempel, SCEA’s director of PSN operations, has said that the service is no longer playing catch up with Xbox Live. “I don’t think there’s a lot of ‘catch up’ [with XBL] any more. In some cases, I think we’ve got more, and we’ve got some other things they don’t have,” he told Industry Gamers. […]

  • Apple applies for trademark protection on gaming devices

    Here. According to that piece, Apple’s applied for trademark protection on “toys, games and playthings, namely, hand-held units for playing electronic games; hand-held units for playing video games; stand alone video game machines; electronic games other than those adapted for use with television receivers only; LCD game machines; electronic educational game machines; toys, namely battery-powered […]

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