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The "GO" mobile game series by Square Enix Montreal has seen some success with Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO, and now Deus Ex will be joining the series.
Without warning, Square Enix releases the game to the public.
A release timeframe was not given.
EA joins the CCG (Collectible Card Game) trend with Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes.
A new Star Wars mobile RPG, Star Wars Uprising, from Kabam and Disney seeks to fill in the gap between Return of the Jedi and the upcoming Force Awakens.
In a surprising move, Telltale Games has announced its newest project as a collaboration with Mojang, titled Minecraft: Story Mode. This will be an episodic narrative similar to other Telltale Games and will not be an add-on for Minecraft.
It appears that Google is entering the gaming landscape. Yesterday, Google announced a media/gaming device called the Nexus Player, similar to Amazon's Fire TV. The Nexus Player is an Android device and can access Android apps and games from the Play store. It will run on a custom built operating system called Android TV.
The Nexus Player will boast 1 GB of RAM, Intel Atom quad-core processor (clocked at 1.8GHz,) an Imagination Power VR Series 6 graphics card, and 8 GB of internal memory. The console will run media apps such as Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, as well as play games currently available on the Play store. No content made specifically for TV has been featured yet.
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