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Spin the Bottle, originally slated for release in July, is now estimated to hit in mid-August. The delay was caused by Nintendo's rigorous QA testing for the game's unconventional control methods. Read more

by Andrew Yoon,, Jul 9, 2013 4:00PM PDT

Scribblenauts Unmasked will be available on PC, Wii U, and 3DS on September 24. Read more

Nintendo's war on its fans continues. Read more

Runner2's new Good Friends DLC pack brings in seven new characters, with Psychonauts' Raz and Cave Story's Quote revealed earlier today. Read more

You may know Sam Fisher as a gruff super-spy, but in his home town he's friendly Fireman Sam from the volunteer fire brigade. A new 'walkthrough' trailer for Splinter Cell Blacklist (more the heavily-edited highlights than a walkthrough) shows Sam fighting fires and chasing terrorists, with varying degrees of stealth. Read more

Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto says that HD requires twice the manpower, and that Nintendo might have underestimated the work needed to make the switch. Read more

by Andrew Yoon,, Jul 8, 2013 2:30PM PDT

EA no longer has any games in development on Wii U. And with neither Frostbite nor EA Sports Ignite currently working on Nintendo's new home console, it seems unlikely that any Wii U games will be coming from one of the world's biggest publishers. Read more

Electronic Arts has announced that it has removed former Patriots tight end (and accused murderer) Aaron Hernandez from Madden NFL 25, and will be doing the same for his appearance in NCAA 14 via a title update. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, Jul 8, 2013 12:30PM PDT

"A thirty-second trailer?" I asked, trying to raise one eyebrow and look witheringly cool. "There's no way I'll post that." Thirty seconds later, here, look: a new trailer for Pikmin 3. It is delightful. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, Jul 8, 2013 12:00PM PDT

While no decent person is ever pleased to see layoffs in the video games industry, they're generally accepted as part of the way it currently runs. Not so at Nintendo, company president Satoru Iwata has said. Pleasantly, Nintendo's belief is that while layoffs will help finances in the short term, people who justifiably fear losing their jobs will make worse games. Read more

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