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Rage iPhone Tech Demo Video September 5, 2010

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It’s running in 720p at 60fps on an iPhone 4…  I think the footage speaks for itself.

John Carmack you’ve done it again.  Rage on iPhone is coming.

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Mirror’s Edge iPhone (Finally) Released September 5, 2010

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I was a huge Mirror’s Edge fan, a huge one.  It was one of my favorite games of 2008, and while it wasn’t an instant hit, it certainly became one by 2009, when word of mouth started to spread about it.  I picked up my copy for the PS3 around March or April of last year and loved it dearly.  It was a new kind of game, with a new mechanic and style that was fun to play, and the art was amazing.

You may remember one of the first stories I covered for this site was the announcement that Mirror’s Edge was coming to the iPhone in April.  It did, but only for the iPad.  I figured it had to be a matter of time before the iPhone release came.  Months passed, and I started to lose hope.

Today, as I was showing my sister’s boyfriend how to navigate the iTunes App Store on his new iPhone 4, I saw Mirror’s Edge listed on the top of the recommendation page, for $4.99 US.    It is currently compatible with iPhone 3G, and iPhone 4.  I haven’t tested it on an iPhone 3GS but I’m sure it works if you have iOS4 installed.  It also was tested on an iPad (my sister’s BF got the wrong version on his iPad, but it ran just fine, just with a lot of aliasing).  Short of it, if you own an iPad, buy the iPad version for best visuals.  The game is also designed for better image quality on iPhone 4’s screen.

Mirror’s Edge can be purchased for iPhone and iPad through the iTunes App Store.  If you enjoyed the original console/pc game, you owe it to yourself to give this one a go on your personal device of choice.

Disney’s Epic Mickey Full Opening Cinematic September 5, 2010

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To coincide with PAX, Disney and Junction Point Studios have released the full version of the opening scene to Epic Mickey, currently slated for a Holiday release for the Nintendo Wii.

Watching this scene makes me feel like a kid in Disney World all over again.  Classic style of the original cartoons, check.  Mickey Mouse, Yensid, and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, check.

Disney’s Epic Mickey is coming November 2011 to Nintendo Wii.