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by John Keefer,, Jan 30, 2013 6:45AM PST

Disney announced yesterday that it had closed down its Epic Mickey development house Junction Point Studios. Studio chief Warren Spector had been silent to that point other than a vague post on LinkedIn that he was unemployed. But Spector has finally spoken up via Facebook, saying that he still has plans for the future. Read more

Hey, remember Prince of Persia? So does Ubisoft. But that doesn't mean you can expect a new game in that franchise any time soon. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Jan 29, 2013 2:45PM PST

EA and Maxis have released a new trailer for SimCity, showing off the extra features you get in the $80 "Digital Deluxe" edition. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Jan 29, 2013 2:00PM PST

Stratego has launched on iPad and Facebook, with new game mode and customization options. It's $6.99 on iPad, or free-to-play on Facebook. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Jan 29, 2013 1:15PM PST

Little Inferno is coming to iPad this Thursday, Tomorrow Corporation has announced. Read more

by Timothy J. Seppala,, Jan 29, 2013 12:15PM PST

Dead Space 3 Executive Producer Steve Papoutsis talks about co-op, ice planets and meeting expectations. Read more

The classic German RPG Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny is getting a remake, due for PC in Q2. Read more

by John Keefer,, Jan 29, 2013 9:40AM PST

After last night's speculation, Disney has confirmed today that it has closed Austin-based developer Junction Point Studios, the brainchild of Warren Spector and creator of the iconic Epic Mickey series. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Jan 29, 2013 8:15AM PST

DICE is working on porting the Frostbite engine to the Mac, according to a job listing from the company. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, Jan 29, 2013 6:00AM PST

If the new SimCity has you all excited about urban planning but it's public transportation that really gets your mojo working, the first trailer for Cities in Motion 2 may be up your street. The sim charges players with planning and running cities' transportation networks, and may introduce American audiences to exotic European concepts like "trains." Read more