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Press Release: Hakuoki now on mobile IOS & Android

Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinzengumi previously got an English release on the PS3 last year, and now it is been ported to iOS and Android by Gloczus to bring the Visual Novel experience to your mobile or tablet.

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Review: Eat Beat Deadspike-san

Last week, Arc System Works suddenly announced and released the English version of their BlazBlue spin-off rhythm game, Eat Beat DeathSpike-San which has been available in Japan for Android and iOS.

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The Parallax Play team’s E3 Predictions

With less than a day until the biggest event on every gamer’s calender event starts tomorrow in LA. While there’s still some mystery to what will be shown, we’ve rounded up some of our predictions on what you might see over the next week of press events and announcements.

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DJ Max Technika Q now available worldwide

Fans of the DJ Max series, or rhythm games in general can rejoice, as the latest game in the DJ Max Technika series, Technika Q is now available on iOS & Android devices worldwide.

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DJ Max Technika Q – First Impressions

DJ Max Technika Q recently popped up on the Google Play store and App Store for korean-based fans of the game series. As the resident rhythm game aficionado, I decided to check it out and see how it fares with its arcade predecessors.

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Plants vs Zombies 2 finally makes it to android [Update 2]

Update 2 – 24/10/2013 -We’ve confirmed that Plants vs Zombies is now available to download and install worldwide on Google Play! The eagerly awaited sequel to Plants vs Zombies has finally started to reach the many Android-owning fans of the series after launching a few months ago only on iPhone and iPad.

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Tekken Card Tournament passes 5 million downloads

One of Namco Bandai’s recent free-to-play takes on the Tekken franchise, Tekken Card Tournament, looks like it’s gaining popularity quickly and has no signs of stopping anytime soon.

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Review: Bastion

  Unique is the first word that pops up in my head when I think about Bastion. This colourful example of creativity and ingenuity just grabs your eyes and holds them ransom until you’ve spent a good couple of hours playing through it.

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Review: Orborun

What would you get if you tried playing Marble Blast Ultra and Temple Run simultaneously? Most likely, just a frustration-induced headache. But, if you were to pick and choose elements from both games, something like Orborun would probably be the result.

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Sony debuts Beyond Controller app for Android & iOS.

With Beyond: Two Souls only a couple of weeks away from release, Sony have launched their BEYOND Touch companion app for android and iOS to let gamers play the game using their mobile device in place of a standard PS3 controller connected to the console.

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Hands on at the NVidia Gaming Event @ Gaming Bunker

  Last weekend, the ever popular Gaming Bunker on London’s Tottenham Court Road became the venue for a dedicated gaming event hosted by NVidia to present some of the latest and greatest NVidia-powered games and hardware.

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Review: Cytus Lambda

As a fan of music rhythm games, I’ve noticed that there’s very few available on the Playstation vita, especially in the UK, either physically or on PSN.

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Etoo London 2013

While the gaming industry is currently focused on LA and E3 2013 taking place within, those unable to attend would usually find themselves living vicariously through the reports and videos posted online from those at the show.

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Review: Angry Birds Star Wars

  Aaaaaaand they’re back again! Sporting the Star Wars theme this time around those Angry Birds are flocking to our itchy little fingers once again to test our patience with a brand new set of birdy powers that mimic some of the most loved aspects from the Star Wars universe.

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Review: Jetpack Joyride

Looking for a another good time gobbler for tube journeys or the odd 10 minutes of quiet in the office? Jetpack Joyride fits that gap effortlessly with its fast paced rhythm and quirky science theme.

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Review: Osu!droid

If you’ve owned a Nintendo DS, you may be familiar with a game called Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!, which was a music/rythym game released in japan and then spawned a US/EU adaptaption called Elite Beat Agents.

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