God is a Geek: Total War: Rome II Gets Over 100 Changes and Fixes in Latest Patch


Total War: Rome II is a huge game, so it’s no surprise there’s always plenty for the devs to tweak and improve. Patch 2, the latest collection of fixes and enhancements, brings over 100 changes and fixes to the grand strategy game, which will be applied automatically when you restart your game.

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IGM Mobile: ‘An Alien with a Magnet’ Now Free on iOS



It’s not uncommon for paid games to make the switch to free-to-play these days, but here’s one especially worth taking note of. Down from $2.99 / €2.69 / £1.99 to a big fat zero pennies, An Alien with a Magnet is an iOS action puzzler which attracted a fair amount of positive coverage upon its initial release. This is no limited-time-only deal either; the devs at Rejected Games have decided to make the game free on iOS for an unlimited time.

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IGM Mobile: Heroes of Loot Arrives on iOS and Android – Dungeon Crawling Goes Mobile



After an excellent track record with the likes of Meganoid and Gunslugs, Dutch devs OrangePixel have released their most expansive title yet — Heroes of Loot. Continuing  the cutesy retro style for which they’ve developed a reputation, coupled with randomisation elements as dabbled with inGunslugs, Heroes of Loot is a stylish dungeon crawler with randomised environments, creatures, and quests.

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God is a Geek: PS Vita TV Aimed at Asian Markets



If you’ve been looking forward to the newly-announced PS Vita TV arriving on our shores, it may be time to dial back your excitement a bit. In an interview with Tech On, Sony Computer Entertainment President Andrew House was keen to emphasise the project’s focus on Asian territories first and foremost —with Japan, China, and South Korea getting first dibs.

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God is a Geek: Kickstarted Microconsole Gamestick Gets Global Release Date


This year has already seen the release of the OUYA, but there’s another crowd-funded, Android-powered console on the horizon.

Small enough to fit in a pocket, GameStick smashed its Kickstarter goal in January of this year and will be released on October 29. Interestingly, GAME have exclusive retail rights for GameStick here in the UK, just as they do for OUYA. A lot of faith in microconsoles from the retailer, there.

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