This week on The TouchArcade Show, we stay on topic again. At the top, we touch on what we expect from iPad mini and iPad 4. Later, we dive into some games. Borderlands Legends leads off our Games section. Arc Squadron and NFS Most Wanted bring up the rear. We also discuss our latest round of PR shenanigans and IAP while discussing these titles.
Of course, we cover some news, too. Eli breaks down how the Halo 4 app works and why it's not so great, we get stoked about the latest Angry Birds footage, and we touch on the reveal of NimbleBit's next game. We also get into a couple of your user questions, some of which we accidentally addressed in the first segment.
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And here are your show notes:
- Borderlands Legends [$4.99 / $6.99 (HD)] [TA Plays]
- Need For Speed Most Wanted [$6.99]
- Arc Squadron [$2.99 / Free] [TA Plays]
- Nimblebit Teases New Game
- 'Angry Birds Star Wars' In-Game Footage Shown
- ‘Halo 4: King of the Hill Fuled by Mountain Dew’ Is A Thing
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