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  1. Chances are just about everyone under the sun has heard of Pokemon. Though it is more likely known for the cartoon show and the many Nintendo titles, Pokemon fans can also tell you about the Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was announced by the Pokemon Company International yesterday that the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online would be released on iPad devices in the United States today, making it more accessible to fans of the card game. Pokemon Trading Card Online is a free app though in-app purchases for gems, the currency trainers can use to purchase booster packs, are available. Booster packs are helpful in improving one's deck. Those who enjoy playing the Pokemon TCG Online on their computers can download the app for their iPads and iPad Minis today. Source: VentureBeat
  2. Remember that little tease Square Enix gave us yesterday about something Final Fantasy-related coming to us on "1.17," on a website tagged as “ff_ATBâ€? Well, you can stop trying to figure out what it all means, because Square has just given us the answers; it's a new game titled Final Fantasy: All The Bravest, and it'll grace the iPhone and iPad tomorrow. Final Fantasy: All the Bravest is a good ol' classic-style RPG with all the retro goodness of olde. And what's more, it's a brand new adventure, rather than the typical ports the App store has been getting from Squeenix. The New Zealand iTunes store states that FF: ATB will have a battle system that is "based on the classic Active Time Battle (ATB) system of the Final Fantasy series." The description goes on to read that "every character possesses an ATB gauge that displays the time remaining until that character can execute an action. When the gauge is full, simply tap or drag your finger over the character to attack. Touch multiple characters in quick succession to experience exhilarating and fast-paced battle unlike anything you“ve ever played before!" Aside from the battle system, FF: ATB (which may very well be named after the battle system being an ATB one) will also feature over 20 jobs, many of which will be familiar to Final Fantasy fans, such as the warrior, red mage, and monk. There will also be a musical score that includes over 30 tracks from past Final Fantasys that are sure to tap into your nostalgia. But aside from all the retro throwbacks to the series' early days, All The Bravest will feature achievements and leaderboards, as well as an in-game shop where you can buy up to 35 additional characters from "a number of Final Fantasy titles," with new stages coming in time, which include newer titles like Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy XIII. Final Fantasy: All The Bravest will be releasing for the iPhone and iPad tomorrow, January 17th. And if the New Zealand iTunes store is correct, it should cost somewhere around $4-$6 in the U.S. Will you be picking up Final Fantasy: All The Bravest tomorrow?
  3. It looks like kids in the U.S. are crazy for Apple this holiday season. Neilsen graphs show that the Apple iPad takes the top spot, with 48% for kids aged 6-12 and 21% for those aged 13+. For those aged 6-12, that's a whopping 9% over the newly released Nintendo Wii U. The iPod Touch, iPad Mini, and iPhone also take spots in the top five for the same age group. Another tidbit of information out of these graphs, that's rather amusing, is that the PlayStation Move is tied with the Vita at 14% for kids aged 6-12. The PSP is also more desired than both at 18%. You can check out both of the graphs below: What do you think about Apple products being the dominating items on kids' holiday wishlists?
  4. Leah

    Neilsen Graph: Kids 13+

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    Neilsen Graph: Kids 6-12

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  6. Marcus Estrada

    Atari 8-bit Computer Ad

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Coleco ADAM was designed and built in the early 80's as both a complement to the ColecoVision video game system as well as an entry into the growing affordable home computing market of the time. The computer was a retail disaster and nearly forced Coleco out of business. If not for the surprisingly successful Cabbage Patch Kids line, the ADAM would have spelled the end of Coleco. Fun fact: the clunky ADAM printer is the power source for the entire system!"
  7. Apple Jack 2 is coming to XBLIG sometime within the next week or so. The game is done and will be entering peer review on Saturday. Tim (the creator) has released a trailer for this insane action puzzle platformer. Check it out: Borrowing the throwing mechanic from Super Mario 2 and adding in an awesome combo system make this game one of the most unique platformers I have ever played. I have been anticipating this release for many months ever since it was announced. Has anyone else been awaiting this release? I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on the trailer as well as the first game. I inquired My Owl regarding the launch price... He was initially planning on releasing @ $3 (240 MSP) but I think after all the articles on 80 point games selling a lot better on XBLIG he is going to launch at $1 (80 MSP). We will see... It is a great value at either of those price points. If you missed out on the first game, Apple Jack... do yourself a favor and at least give the demo a shot. Throwing enemies and stringing together combos could not be more fun ! Currently available on XBLIG for 80 MSP. The official developer blog. I know there is a lot of junk on XBLIG, but there are also quite a few diamonds in the rough. If you haven't given XBLIG a shot, this game would be a great introduction. I will update when a release date and/or price is finalized. Update via Twitter: The game is completely finished and was submitted for peer review. But a last minute change to level 2 left a hidden bug and it had to get pulled from peer review to be fixed. As per MS rules, once a game is pulled or fails peer review, you must wait a week to resubmit. That was on 5/2/12. It should be coming out soon. Update via Dev Blog: Apple Jack 2 will be going into peer review this Saturday. So it looks like it will be out sometime next week as long as there aren't any hidden game breaking bugs.