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BD Roundtable: Games Of The Generation

Next-gen is fast approaching, so as part of Boss Dungeon’s continuing retrospective of our current gaming generation, we all had a sit down and a think about our personal favourite games of the generation. Spelunky – Nominated by Nick Allen I could write for days about Spelunky. Boss Dungeon has already seen two posts I’ve

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BD Roundtable: Next Gen Plans

With the PS4 launching in just a few days the next generation of console gaming is just about ready to kick off. There’s a buzz in the air as everyone discusses why they will and won’t be joining in the festivities. Ever eager to hop on the bandwagon, we here at Boss Dungeon had a

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“Doodle Jump” Lands on DS, 3DS

Popular mobile game Doodle Jump is making its way the Nintendo DS and 3DS today, courtesy of Smoking Gun Interactive, with Doodle Jump Journey and Doodle Jump Adventures. Journey, the DS title, features an Endless Mode of the jumping game with three themes: classic, jungle, and space. The game is available for $24.99. Adventures on

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Check out WayForward’s old Silent Hill tech-demos for DS and PSVita

WayForward did a live stream last week where they showed off two early tech-demos that they presented to Konami before making Silent Hill: Book of Memories. The first one is a tech-demo for a Silent Hill for Nintendo DS (starting around 7:20) showing off a very simple test for how a Silent Hill game could look

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Htiman/Kane & Lynch Tactics was in development

Alright, quick little snippet of information here just for fun. On a ex-IO Interactive employee Jesper Donnis’ resume, people managed to find the names of two cancelled DS/PSP titles from the Finnish developer… Strategy Tactics games based on both Hitman and Kane & Lynch. Now, Kane & Lynch sort-of makes a little sense, given that

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Tales of the Tempest fully translated for April Fools Day

I feel I have to clarify that this is a completely serious post, but the folks over at Absolute Zero Translations (responsible for the fan translations of Tales of Innocence and the PS1 version of Tales of Phantasia) have fully translated Tales of the Tempest, the game so bad Namco relegated it to spin-off status,

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Our Favourite Games on Nintendo DS

The DS celebrates 8 years this week in Europe! Because of this we had a DS special for the first part of the discussion segment on this week‘s The Final Battle podcast. But you guys wanted more and so did we. So the celebration of Nintendo’s wonderful little handheld continues as five editors have collected

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