Disney’s awesomely brilliant ‘Where’s My Water’ and ‘Where’s My Perry’ mobile titles are receiving some Valentine loving this week.
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According to EA rep, Jino Talens, the recently discovered Dead Space 3 item exploit is ‘intentional’ and ‘won’t be patched’.
A new Cyanide ‘demon-management action-strategy title’ (a genre all on its own, surely), Impire, has finally got a release date, and, to sweeten the deal, two pieces of bonus DLC will be available to the player should they decide to pre-order.
Primal Carnage receives its third piece of DLC in the form of Agent Trapper.
The 2nd piece of DLC for Fire Emblem: Awakening is now available to download.
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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity is a unique Pokemon title for 3DS, releasing March 24th. Players will take a group of trained Pokemon into dungeons to grind for new Pokemon and items. When the game releases, Nintendo will also be accompanying it with Day One DLC.
No, we’re not talking about Georges St Pierre, though we reckon he’s got an eye for it. Sniper Elite V2 has just received some pretty neat DLC, this week.
Awesomenauts, the awesomely underated MOBA title from Ronimo Games, has received it’s latest patch 1.14 which introduces some big changes to the game.