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How many times have I done the Navi thing where I'm like "Hey! News! Hey!" That's gotta be getting old? Aw hell! ONE MORE TIME! HE----
  • Chrono Trigger is heading to the iPhone and iPod Touch and... all that iCrap. Yes, Square Enix is bringing another beloved classic RPG to newaged mobile platforms for an ungodly sum of money. The time-traveling classic will land in the App Store before the end of December.
  • If you like the Tales games, you'll probably be sad to hear that the Tales Studio opened by Namco Bandai to make a fuckload of Tales games is going to be closed at the end of this year. Even with all of the fantastic, well-received games in the series, the development house just isn't profitable. That doesn't mean you won't see anymore Tales games.
  • You've heard of the Desert Bus charity drive right? A bunch of dudes sit around and play this horribly boring, unbelievably obscure minigame and hope that you'll find their misery entertaining... so much so that you'll give them money! Child's Play has turned the minigame itself into an App for iOS and Android devices. If you want to be so miserable that people would give you money, you'll have to do it on your own. The app will get you half way there.

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