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The Download August 8th, 2013

Posted on Thursday, August 8 @ 23:39:00 Eastern by

With today's all-digital media, we can get rid of all the things! Good bye DVD cases, so long CDs, audios Blurays... Wait! What the hell? You just got here. I better get some money from you. Are you prepared to clear your shelves in honor of the almighty library! That's right, the hard drive is your own personal library, but... at least you don't have to worry about climbing up and down that ladder.

Nintendo eShop

Dreamy Luigi is so... dreamy. And what the heck is Tangram Style? Is that that guy's new song?
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  • DuckTales: Remastered - Wii U (8/13)
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  • Smash Bowling 3D - 3DS
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  • Tangram Style - 3DS

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When two brothers play Saints Row... their mom gets mad.
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If you need more on the newly added software for PlayStation platforms, PSLS's weekly PSN update is my source for The Download and you don't need to be a fanboy to visit. Steam

I'm considering what it would be like to be a gamer solely dependant on Steam. It would be that bad.
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iOS Pick of the Week: Butterfly Sky

Butterfly Sky is actually pretty freaking awesome. First of all, it's free. It's yet another free iOS game. That means you'll be encouraged to buy stuff, but the gameplay feels awesome so you might get sucked in if you've ever played Tiny Wings before.

This game features a similar concept to Tiny Wings in that you're using simple one-touch controls, and gathering butterflies and hitting just the right jumps to level up and score higher than ever feels excellent. The game is really responsive and the music is totally relaxing too. Perfect for playing in the bathroom. Alright, this has gone on long enough. I've gotta get out of here.


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