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Final Fantasy I & II Coming to iPhone

Now you can relive your addiction anywhere you go, as Final Fantasy I & II have been announced for the iPhone and iPod Touch. From screenshots that snuck their way onto the internet, the iPhone/iPod version appears similar to FF I&II PSP re-releases. No pricing

EA Joins Facebook World With Spore Islands

Facebook users can now play EA’s first Facebook game, Spore Island. Players familiar with the Spore franchise, will experience it in a new way on Facebook by competing against each other. Players will choose their own island to live on, create creatures and evolve them,

Doom Classic Now Available on iPhone, iPod Touch

Doom Classic, the official port of Doom, is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. The game features 36 levels across four episodes: the three original Knee-Deep in the Dead, Shores of Hell, and Inferno, and Episode Four, Thy Flesh Consumed. Wield all the

Chuck Norris Brings the Pain to iPhone

Chuck Norris, in all his hairy-chested, bearded glory will be kicking his way to the iPhone in a new game, Chuck Norris: Bring on the Pain. Players will assume the role of mini Chuck Norris and fight their way through a Cambodian jungle. The game

Grand Theft Auto Coming to App Store, Approval Pending

Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars could be racing to your iPhone, or screeching to a halt. Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive announced plans to bring the game to the iPhone and iPod touch. Founder of Rockstar Games, Sam Houser stated “Chinatown Wars is a perfect

WoW Armory App Available on iTunes Today

Blizzard released its very own “Amory App” on the Apple App store today. This app will allow users to view items, search for and view any character, item, guild, or Arena team, check raid schedule and in-game calendar, plan out talent specs with a talent

Apple App “Shakes” Up Anger and Outrage

The “Baby Shaker” app has been removed from Apple’s app store. The game, in which users shake the phone to shush a crying baby, somehow made it through Apple’s approval process, but was subsequently removed just days later. The game, developed by Sikalosoft, a crude