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  1. A few months ago, we told you about a group of ex-Rare staffers with plans of creating a spiritual successor to Banjo-Tooie. Well, while we wait for that, five other ex-Rare staffers have decided to band together to form a new studio called Flippin Pixels. Unlike with the other Rare veterans, however, these five left the company just last year with eyes set on mobile gaming. The new-found company consists of the following people: Steve Brand - Studio Director James Ackroyd - Software Director Steven Hurst - Art Director Shaun Read - Design Director Gary Richards - Technical Director "We have a lot to learn, but what we do bring is years of console experience and high quality execution," Ackroyd said in an interview with GI.biz in regards to their shift from consoles to mobile platforms. "We've only just recently been looking at how to monetize through games," Ackroyd continued. "The nature of the mobile market is so fast moving you can't afford to stay on something for months. You need to get it out there while it's still fresh. It's a little bit like buying a lottery ticket but if you've got the quality there hopefully that rises to the top." Flippin Pixels is already planning several different projects, with one currently in development. "We have a concept that's actually partway into development and the rest of our concepts are in paper form and bubbling to the surface," said studio director Steve Brand. "We'll build those out to a bigger business plan and approach publishers with them, that's one of the short-term goals." Are you interested in seeing what these former Rare employees have in store for the mobile market?
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  3. OpenFeint brought together a number of mobile developers and millions of casual gamers across both Android and iOS platforms. The mobile gaming platform found itself at the center of a buyout earlier this year as GREE purchased the service for approximately $104,000,000. GREE, a mobile-focused Japanese company, is best known for its social networking features and social gaming. The company originally posited that the Openfeint brand will remain intact following the buyout, but ShackNews reported that the brand has its vanishing act scheduled for this December. Openfeint, which is utilized in games like Fruit Ninja, will be replaced by the ”GREE“ service on December 14. GREE also indicated that users may suffer from negative game experiences if existing Openfeint-supported games are not properly updated. Openfeint users can rest assured as achievements earned and buddy lists will remain intact, but will only be accessible by creating a new ”GREE“ account. How much importance do you place on social networking in your mobile gaming?
  4. Can you believe that police duo, Sam and Max, are already 25 years old? To commemorate the occasion, Telltale Games has marked down the prices on their Sam & Max games for a limited time. Xbox LIVE (now through September 10th) $10 (800 Microsoft Points) for each individual season, which includes Sam & Max: Beyond Time & Space and Sam & Max: Save the World Steam (September 13th-16th) $15 for the Sam & Max Complete Pack (includes all 3 seasons – Sam & Max: Save the World, Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space, and Sam & Max: The Devil“s Playhouse) Sam & Max: Save the World and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space will be available individually for $10 each and Sam & Max: The Devil“s Playhouse will be available individually for $11.49 iOS (now through October 1st) $1 for all individual episodes in the Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space season PSN (now through October 2nd) $20 for Sam & Max: The Devil“s Playhouse and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space bundle $13 for individual purchases of Sam & Max: The Devil“s Playhouse and Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space Now onto the giveaway details! One lucky person will be able to win a limited edition, deluxe Sam & Max statue. All you need to do is tweet to @telltalegames, include the hashtag #SamMax25, and have anything in your tweet relating to Sam and Max. Winners will be announced at the end of September. Good luck!
  5. Out of nowhere, just like Phantom R, it appears that Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure will be ported to iOS sometime this winter. The announcement comes from Sega's Japanese website under the upcoming releases section. This iOS port of Rhythm Thief will apparently be free-to-play (which is a pretty much a steal, considering how good it is). However, according to the website for the game, there will be some unknown parts of the game that will require microtransactions. Also mentioned are new unknown modes and social features, no doubt to cater to the smartphone gaming crowd. While this iOS release of Rhythm Thief is Japanese-only so far, there's no doubt Sega will want to bring it to North American shores as well. We'll see! Would you play this free-to-play version of Rhythm Thief?
  6. Recently, we learned that Level-5 has a new (and possibly last) Professor Layton game in the works for the Nintendo 3DS. However, this doesn't seem to be the only new Layton game Level-5 has to offer, as Famitsu has unveiled a brand new installment into the Layton series for both iOS and Android known as Professor Layton and the Century of the Seven Phantom Thieves. Rather than having you play as Professor Layton and his young apprentice Luke, players play the role of an avatar of their own creation as they search for info on various thieves around London. Professor Layton and the Century of the Seven Phantom Thieves also has a social aspect to it, as players will be rewarded in some way for cooperating with others to catch these thieves. Furthermore, if you register your game early, you'll earn a cute little Luke puppet for your avatar. Not much else is known about this game, so stay tuned for more info. Does this game pique your interest, or will you be passing it up?
  7. When the Angry Birds franchise launched, not many could have predicted the Finnish-born game would spawn the number of joint commercial ventures that currently exist. Plush toys, T-shirts, board games or Graham Crackers, shoppers would be reluctant to make a shopping trip without seeing some sort of Angry Birds merchandise. Rovio Entertainment, however, has not yet forsaken its gaming origins or fans of the series as it announced via Youtube that . Today, Rovio announced that their next video game, Bad Piggies, will reach digital shelves on September 27th for iOS, Android and Mac. The official press release states that PC, Windows Phone and Windows 8 users can expect support to follow, but no definitive release date has been announced for those formats. No slingshot? No Problem. Bad Piggies will focus on an entirely new method of wreaking havoc that does not involve the use of slingshots. Fast Company received an early glimpse at Bad Piggies, noting that the player will build vehicles and contraptions to reach tantalizing eggs. The piggies have even gone so far as to post a few of their favorite egg recipes. Bad Piggies will also contain a standard three star system, similar to system established in existing Angry Birds titles, and cost $ .99 on mobile devices. September is shaping up to be a rather busy month for Rovio, who also has their Angry Birds Trilogy scheduled for a September 25 release. You can follow Bad Piggies on both Twitter and Facebook
  8. It seems like somebody already finished the newly released iOS port of The World Ends With You and found a little secret at the end. If it's not a dirty and authentic-looking trick by the person that uploaded the video and image, then it looks like we'll be getting some sort of new title in the TWEWY universe after all. The image (as seen to the right) was first posted on a GameFAQs thread. A video was then uploaded on YouTube to back it up, and can be seen below. Please be advised that this video does have spoilers for The World Ends With You. What are your thoughts on this possibility of a new TWEWY game?
  9. If you're one of the gamers who was hungrily eyeing the obviously The World Ends With You-themed countdown page then you may have thought a new game was coming. It seemed quite likely and fans were pretty hyped to see what would be revealed when it ended. The teaser site is still going and belting out TWEWY songs, but Siliconera reported the bad news. They have screenshots that were taken of Square Enix showing off a CD product page. The page advertised The World Ends With You - Crossover - album. Of course, as soon as people got wind of this listing, Square Enix quickly took it down. Why did they take it down? It's due to the fact that the listing revealed an iOS version of the game. This was mentioned because it will feature some arranged tracks from Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep. So, yes, there's more TWEWY coming but it's not for a 3DS sequel or anything of that sort. Instead, Japanese fans will get a nice new album and iOS game. This port comes about 5 years after the game originally hit DS in 2007. How do you think the game will translate to iOS? Would you play it again or do you just want a new game?
  10. In an attempt to appeal towards the e-book audience, Chunsoft (and their North American publisher, Agetec) has decided to start bringing "sound novel" games to the American market. The first in this series of sound novels to make an appearance on both iOS and Android devices is Super Famicom release Kamaitachi no Yoru, or The Night of Kamaitachi. This will be the first time the Chunsoft title sees a North American localization. The Night of Kamaitachi is a murder mystery that takes place in a ski lodge. The sound novel is one of many that set the basis for visual novel-style games, where one makes decisions that will lead you to different endings. However, rather than emphasizing the characters, which are mere silhouettes, The Night of Kamaitachi instead focuses on its music and writing (hence it being a "sound novel"). It'll be pretty interesting to see what future sound/visual novels Chunsoft and Agetec will be bringing to us. What are your thoughts on this attempt to bring sound/visual novels to the e-book audience?