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Capcom commits to iPhone in 09

Japanese gaming stalwart Capcom has become the latest big-name publisher to firmly pin its name on Apple’s iPhone mast with the news that it will release ten titles on the platform in the year ending March 2010. The full story is over on CasualGaming.biz – click here to take a …

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Sonic the Hedgehog arrives on iPhone

In contrast to his normal high-contrast PR coverage, Sega’s speedy mascot Sonic the Hedgehog has surprisingly kept below the radar and sprung a surprise by making a sudden appearance on the Apple App Store. The game is seemingly a more-or-less straight conversion of the 1991 original Mega Drive offering and …

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Resident Evil arrives on iPhone

iPhone’s credentials as a ‘serious’ games platform have been given another boost with the release of a brand new Resident Evil title that aims to mirror the gameplay seen on recent home console versions of the series. Resident Evil: Degeneration, which follows the events depicted in the recent CGI movie …

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Peggle for iPhone dated

Casual publishing giant PopCap will release the iPhone and iPod Touch version of blockbuster hit Peggle on May 12th, it has been confirmed. To read the full story, click here to visit CasualGaming.biz.

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iPhone lifts Apple profits

Apple posted unexpectedly successful quarterly results yesterday in the face of tight economic times. Net profit had reached $1.21bn during the quarter; a notable rise from the $1.05bn attained in the same three-month period last year. Sales were also uncharacteristically up for a sector looking down, jumping 8.7 per cent …

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Is gesture control the new iPhones big gaming innovation?

Whilst we can be fairly certain a new iPhone is on the way this June or July, most likely packing a 3.2 megapixel camera, gyroscope and larger internal memory, it’s anyone’s guess what else Apple has planned – but new documents suggest motion tech could be at the heart of …

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Numbers reveal true scale of iPhones games market

Unlike sales of games on the High Street, the success of downloadable titles has always been harder to monitor, but new stats have emerged that at last help to paint a more solid picture – and prove the true scale of the success that iPhone gaming is beginning to achieve. …

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