For Toula and her husband Ian, balancing her own marriage and her family haven’t gotten easier. And with some of the spark leaving their relationship, these two are not only dealing with a rebellious teenager who can’t wait to get away from her suffocating family, but now they must deal with the fact that Toula’s parents were never marriage. What’s another wedding mean for Toula? Only more laughs and love.
By: Eddie Makuch A free-to-play Batman: Arkham Origins brawler will be released on iOS and Android later this year, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment announced today. The game will be available “in the console game launch window” for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, with the Android version following during the holiday period. Batman: Arkham Origins launches for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC … Continue reading Free-to-play Batman: Arkham Origins brawler coming to iOS
By: Dara Kerr In a pretrial hearing for the antitrust lawsuit, a judge says the Justice Department will be able to show direct evidence that Apple “facilitated a conspiracy to raise prices of e-books.” Pressure seems to be mounting for Apple in the e-book lawsuit brought against it and five publishers by the U.S. Justice Department. With less than two weeks before the trial is … Continue reading Judge: Evidence shows Apple colluded to fix e-book prices
By: Guy Cocker Disney‘s game division has had a difficult 2012. First, there was the departure of Bungie founder Alex Seropian in February, and in November Disney Epic Mickey 2 released to critical nonchalance, compounded by the division reporting a $216 million loss. However, the company has also been heavily investing, with acquisitions of Korea-based free-to-play developer StudioEX and Indian media house UTV. It was … Continue reading Disney’s Infinity project leaked
By: Eddie Makuch Square Enix role-playing game Final Fantasy IV is now available on iOS. The game launched today in the iTunes store for $16 with compatibility for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Final Fantasy IV originally launched in 1991 and has since been ported to a range of platforms, including a 2008 polygonal remake for the Nintendo DS. It was the first title to … Continue reading Final Fantasy IV hits iOS for $16
By: Erren Van Duine Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be making its way onto iOS devices today. The former 3DS exclusive rhythm game has already launched on Apple’s download service in New Zealand and other Asian territories, and is expected to go live in North America later this evening. The initial game is free and comes with two songs and 13 playable characters. The rest must … Continue reading Theatrhythm Final Fantasy announced for iOS
By: Eddie Makuch Apple’s long-rumored iPad mini may not be far off. A “major Apple investor” speaking to Fortune has heard it from “multiple sources” that the Cupertino, California technology behemoth will distribute press invitations for an iPad mini event on October 10. If press invitations do go out on October 10, and if Apple sticks to its previous scheduling tactics, the event itself may … Continue reading iPad mini debuting this month?
By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Supergiant Games confirmed Bastion for iPad. In an update to the company’s website, the developer said Bastion for iPad will launch tomorrow, August 30, priced at $5. For more on the new version of the game, check out the site and announcement video, embedded below. Original story follows below: Supergiant Games’ action role-playing game Bastion … Continue reading Bastion hitting iPad tomorrow
By: Eddie Makuch Tim Sweeney reveals in terms of man years invested, iPhone and iPad game more profitable than Gears of War, believes free-to-play will spur industry growth. Speaking during the Game Developers Conference in Taipei recently (attended by Gamasutra), Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney revealed that Infinity Blade is the company’s most profitable game ever. “The most profitable game we’ve ever made, in terms … Continue reading Infinity Blade Epic’s ‘most profitable game’