With us back from E3, the duo is now a trio again with the addition of Mike Meade who has three weeks worth of pent up wrestling chat to get out of his system. Oh, and new iOS games too. We debate how to pronounce VVVVVV, try to compare games to Flappy Bird, and get on a weird tangent about how expectations increase exponentially as production values of an iOS game increase. From there we move on to the hot news of the week, and then discuss our predictions for the Money In The Bank Pay Per View.
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- VVVVVV [$2.99]
- A Dark Room [$0.99]
- Godfire [$2.99]
- Transformers: Age of Extinction [Free]
- Jupiter Jump [Free]
- Angry Henty And The Escape From The Helicopter Lords: Part 17: The Re-Reconing [Free]
- Phosphor Games and DeNA Reveal 'WARP: Warriors of the Red Planet', a 2D MOBA
- 'Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake' Releases Next Thursday
- 'The Rhythm of Fighters' is a 'King of Fighters'-based Rhythm Game for Mobile
- 'KeroBlaster' Prequel and Free Version 'Pink Hour' Released to App Store
- 'Thomas Was Alone' Gets 'Benjamin's Flight' DLC for Free in New Update, and the Game's on Sale
- The '2048' Plague Spreads to The Nintendo eShop
- 'Hatch' and 'Pocket God: Ooga Jump' Take In-Game Crossovers to The Next Level
- 'The Legend Of Heroes XIII' Card Game is Huge in Hong Kong
- Wikipad Announces the Gamevice, an MFi Controller for the iPad Mini
- 'Wayward Souls' First Major Update Submitted, Includes New Dungeon and Boatload of Tweaks
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