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Without warning, Square Enix releases the game to the public.
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Isaac is crying for a different reason today.
Following the release of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Xbox One, *New* 3DS, and Wii U, creator Edmund McMillen stated an interest in pursuing a mobile port of the game. Last week, the possibility of seeing Rebirth on mobile was rekindled when Tyrone Rodriguez, founder of Nicalis, tweeted out the games title screen on an iPhone:
— Tyrone Rodriguez (@tyronerodriguez) January 28, 2016
Keep in mind, it's Japan's Final Fantasy II, not ours that included Cecil and Edge.
The Vita game gets delayed at the very last second, for the second time.
Eddie, the band's mascot for over the past 30 years, will be running free on your mobile devices this summer.
Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast is currently under development by Roadhouse Interactive, the studio behind games like Warhammer 40,000: Carnage and Bike Unchained, and 50cc Games. Iron Maiden themselves has agreed to collaborate with the studio to make the game possible.
The plot of the game centers itself around Eddie as he travels through time to reclaim pieces of his shattered soul. During the adventure, Eddie will obtain many different forms, each with unique abilities to help him on his travels. Players will also encounter a large cast of characters and events inspired from the musical history of Iron Maiden.
Podcast.....yeah you read that right.
According to the Wall Street Journal, DeNA has clarified that all of Nintendo's initial smartphone games will follow a free-to-play model.
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