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SmartBoy turns your Android phone into a GameBoy, buttons and all

Last year's April Fool's Day joke turned into reality, Hyperkin Lab's Smart Boy runs Game Boy cartridges on directly on your smartphone. The software is open source and the company has started taking pre-orders.
Gaming

It's time for your annual ‘The Last Guardian’ update

As The Last Guardian enters the home stretch, it remains unclear if it will be able to stand on its own merits, or if it will be simply serve as a time capsule of a game that missed its window.
Gaming

Crowdfunded survival game ‘ReRoll’ canceled, backers will not get refunds

The creators of crowdfunded survival game ReRoll announced this week that the project is no longer being developed, and backers who supported the campaign will not receive refunds.
Gaming

Mario, Zelda, and more Mario: The 10 best games for Wii U

The Wii U has had some of the most interesting games of this console generation. Here are our picks for the system's 10 best games, whether you like building platforming levels or fighting demons in style.
Gaming

‘Fictorum’ is the action-RPG exclusively for magic users

Fictorum is an action-RPG from Scraping Bottom Games that puts all the focus on magic users. A destruction system allows you to demolish enormous building with lightning and fire abilities.
Gaming

Marvel is well aware that fans want more ‘Marvel vs. Capcom’

Marvel knows that there are plenty of fans hungry for a new instalment of the long-dormant Marvel vs. Capcom series — but that doesn't necessarily mean that the project will come to pass.
Gaming

Anyone keeping count? ‘Mighty No. 9’ has been delayed again on Xbox 360

Mighty No. 9 is available now on PC and almost every console imaginable, but the Xbox 360 version has suffered a last-minute delay. Developer Comcept expects it to be ready in a few more days.
Gaming

Mars isn’t exactly a friendly place in ‘The Technomancer’

The Technomancer's version of Mars is hardly friendly, with mutated animal creatures and several hostile factions ready to rip you limb from limb, but the game's various combat styles and talents will give you a fighting chance.
Movies & TV

Flailing stateside, ‘Warcraft’ is crushing records worldwide

Warcraft has triumphed over negative reviews and a bad box-office performance in U.S. theaters to become the most successful video game movie of all time worldwide after just two weeks.
Gaming

Bethesda says it's working to improve Fallout 4 mod support on PS4

PS4 owners may have to wait a bit longer with issues on mod support for the PS4 as Bethesda says it's working with Sony to improve mod support. In the meantime, Xbox One owners have had access to mods since May.
Gaming

Teddy Roosevelt will kill you with culture in ‘Civilization VI’

Teddy Roosevelt's America has a few tricks up its sleeve in Civilization VI, including the Rough Riders and a movie studio. You won't need to attack your enemies when they're mesmerized by Hollywood.
Gaming

It’s a numbers game! How analytics are turning games into distraction machines

Gaming analytics allow developers to hack your feeble human brain like never before, and highly refined games they’re cranking out with it are more like crack than art.