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iPhone

iPhone

Yeah, it's mostly a phone, but it plays games like the dickens.

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The Last Express on iOS later this year

More good news for Adventure fans. Following the recently kickstarted Double Fine Adventure, another fine alum of the genre, Jordan Mechner, has announced that his seminal cult-favorite, The Last Express, is coming on iOS devices later this year.1

Published by Brøderbund in 1997, The Last Express is a point-and click adventure that put the player on board the Orient Express in July 1914, crossing Europe on the eve of World War I. It pushed the boundaries of interactive narrative in ways that no other game has done before or since.2

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  1. Jordan Mercher: Announcing Last Express for iOS (Blog)

  2. jordanmechner.com

iPhone 5 will kill 3DS

The 3DS is failing right now, more than any other reason, because of smartphones and tablets offering compelling gaming experiences. And when the iPhone 5 launches in the next several weeks, you can expect it to officially kill off the 3DS. … Here's a news flash for you, Nintendo: consumers do not and will not care about the 3DS. And the iPhone 5, which will likely come with improved components to help deliver even better gameplay to owners, will make that abundantly clear.

SlashGear's Don Reisinger in an opinion piece magnificently trolling Nintendo/portable gaming fans.

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