We get off the rails as we discuss on-rails and more this week on TAS. In the Front Page section of the show, we give a shout-out to a couple of fabulous-looking Unreal 3 Engine games, Epoch and Afterlife. We also pour over the EA acquisition of PopCap Games, the rising international prices of App Store titles, and toss our opinions on iOS clones. Limp Bizkit’s new release provides a break in the action as the Internet sidetracks us.
In the Games section, Eli talks about his latest card game love affair with Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer and Jared gives the skinny on Reckless Getaway. Somehow, someway, I end up talking about THQ Digital Warrington’s XBLA release Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team on top of Kairosoft’s Pocket Academy.
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- Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer [$4.99 / Lite]
- Reckless Getaway [$2.99]
- Pocket Academy [$3.99 / Lite]
- EA Acquires PopCap For A Ton Of Money / EA Says It Won’t Break PopCap
- Epoch Announced / Afterlife: Ground Zero ‘Leaks’
- SMB Creator Talks About Clones
- Apple Adjusts International Pricing
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