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Cross-platform play enabled, nothing taken out.

Terraria Releasing for PS Vita December 17th

Recently announced by publisher 505 Games, Terraria is at long last releasing for PlayStation Vita! The portable version features all of the content in the PS3 version with reworked controls that include touch support. Better still, the game features Cross-Platform Play, allowing Vita owners to join in with PS3 players like one big happy Sony family.

by Taylor Killian 0
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Abobo has missed you.

Double Dragon Trilogy punches its way onto iOS and Android

Have you ever been surfing the web on your fancy smartphone and suddenly been struck with the urge to rescue a pixelated beauty named Marian from the evil Black Warriors gang? Who hasn't! Finally, we can all satisfy those random desires with the release of Double Dragon Trilogy for iOS and Android. Grab a pal and take it to the mean streets of such locations as "factory" and "woods" as you fight to rescue your lady love. Spoiler: She gets shot and dies in the beginning of Double Dragon 2.

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Roll for support

Eon Altar Now on Kickstarter

You may remember that this last year at PAX East, I went hands-on with a neat little game called Eon AltarEon Altar combines a tabletop RPG experience with the modern technology of smartphones and tablets for pretty awesome results. Last week, a kickstarter was launched for the game, and now it's your turn to help out if you want to see this game come to life.

by John Bardinelli 1
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Just set the geiger powerlantern to three already!

Spaceteam Introduces Cooperative Yelling to the Sci-Fi Genre

Tired of not yelling at your friends? Spaceteam gives you the excuse you've been waiting for! A party game for Android and iOS devices, this creative co-op title supplies you with sci-fi things to yell to the group while everyone scrambles to keep your ship flying. Work together as a space team, or you'll die as a space... non-team.

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In that order, of course.

Terraria Console and Mobile Updates Add New Content and Co-Op

When Terraria finally made its way to mobile devices this fall, we had one major complain: no co-op support. What's the point of mining every block of a vast 2D world without being able to show your friends the vague outline of a butt you carved into the wall? A new update from the game's mobile publisher addresses that problem with local co-op support. Hooray!

by Nick Puleo 2
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Shield of Geekery Plus 3

E3 2013 - NVidia Shield Hands on Impressions

The NVIDIA Shield went up for pre-order just a few weeks ago. The Android powered controller is a unique take on mobile gaming, giving players two distinct ways to play games on the go. The device features a 5" Tegra 4 powered Android screen matched with a fully functional gaming controller. But you aren't limited to just Android games on this device - you can stream games from Steam.

by John Bardinelli 1
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Mobile multiplayer Minecraft could be a very dangerous thing.

Minecraft: Pocket Edition Updates to Include Co-Op

If you've been pecking around with Minecraft: Pocket Edition these past few years, you've probably noticed one major feature has been missing: co-op play. Ok, so there are a lot of features missing from Minecraft mobile when compared to the desktop or Xbox 360 versions, but co-op is a key component to building things like a 1-to-1 replica of old Rome or a rollercoaster ride inspired by the Beetlejuice cartoon. Every grand project needs willing slave workers. Just ask the ancient Egyptians!

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A legitimate reason to have blood on your mobile device.

Dead on Arrival 2 Beta Sign-ups Opened

Dead on Arrival 2, the mobile zombie shooting arcade game currently under development by N3V Games, is ready for you. Well, its beta is ready for you, anyway. The team recently opened sign-ups for the Android beta phase of the game, which will commence June 1st. You'll need a decent Android device, of course, and N3V also warns that potential testers should have an iron stomach and a moral code that allows you to shoot zombified friends in the head. Check and check!

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Knot tied to a PC anymore, sailing onto mobile platforms

Leviathan Warships Hits iOS and Android, Jazzy DLC Coming Soon

Leviathan: Warships, a turn based naval combat game, was released last week on PC via Steam. This week a tablet version is now available on both Android and iPad for the price of $4.99. All of the versions support cross platform play so you'll be able to pick up and play with just about anybody at anytime. The entire game can be played in co-op and it also offers a handful of co-op challenge maps to play. You can even utilize cloud save and start on one device and finish the game on another - nautical!

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