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You'll be able to play the 'Pokémon Trading Card Game' on your iPad later this year

The ‘90s are back. At least, that's what the makers of the <i>Pokémon Trading Card Game</i> hope. An iPad version of the card game has surfaced at the World Championships in Washington DC, and representatives have confirmed to <i>Polygon</i> that the game is real. It's reportedly scheduled to be released sometime …

Amazing close-up photos capture war planes and birds' majesty in motion

I've seen many photos of airplanes and nature in my life, but very few photographers get close to Tom Dean's ability to capture <i>any</i> kind of flying …

E3 2014: Nosgoth = Left 4 Dead + MOBA + Vampires?

A whole new legacy of pain.<p>Exit Theatre Mode<p>Legacy of Kain fans, this is not the game you’re looking for. I know, I know, the word “Nosgoth” evokes a …

The Good and the Bad of the Destiny Alpha

on June 17, 2014 at 1:15 pm<p>Over the past weekend, I spent about thirty hours getting familiar with Bungie’s upcoming shooter/MMO hybrid <i>Destiny.</i> What …

Free London attractions

Make the most of your stay in the city with these free things to do in London.<p>From London's exquisite parks, to free museums in London such as the …

Titanfall forces gamers to rethink how they play first-person shooters

This post has not been edited by the GamesBeat staff. Opinions by GamesBeat community writers do not necessarily reflect those of the staff.<p>Now that Titanfall’s been out for a few days, players are finally getting a handle on the highly mobile, fluid controls of their pilots and their massive, …

'Titanfall' review: how robots made me love online shooters

I punched a giant robot and pulled a wriggling human being out of its chest. Then I tossed the soldier aside, stomped on a few of his buddies, and fired a barrage of rockets at some snipers hiding on top of a building. And I'm not even very good at this game.<p><i>Titanfall</i> represents a lot of firsts. …

Respawn Entertainment's Jon Shiring on Titanfall and using Microsoft's cloud

Jon Shiring, Respawn engineer<p><b>When in the development cycle did the relationship between Microsoft and Respawn form?</b><p>Early on, we were trying to figure out what game we were trying to make. We had a good relationship with people at Microsoft from working on <i>Call of Duty</i>, so we got in touch with them. …

Tales from the Borderlands first details revealed

Tales from the Borderlands will follow the events of Borderlands 2, will feature two main characters, and Telltale’s spin on shooting gameplay, the developer announced today during a SXSW panel.<p>The panel included Borderlands 2 writer Anthony Burch, Franchise Director Matthew Armstrong, Telltale’s …

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