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Samsung Application Store Unveiled by Samsung Mobile

Samsung Application Store Unveiled by Samsung Mobile

TouchWiz wasn't the greatest. TouchWiz 2.0 was a huge leap in the right direction. But there was always going to be something holding back Samsung from taking any steps forward in the mobile marketplace, and it had nothing to do with proprietary software on their phones. They lacked what everyone else and their second-cousin has: a way to get first- and third-party developed applications onto their phones. Well, it looks like that's about to change.

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Capcom and Nintendo Planning for the Future

Capcom and Nintendo Planning for the Future

If content isn't a sure sign of a video game console's prowess, than it's an unarguable fact that Nintendo is the console juggernaut in the gaming world, and it looks like Capcom is about to start taking advantage. Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbun financial newspaper today states that the third party developing giant is taking the steps necessary to strengthening its bonds with Nintendo, hoping to reach out to the Wii's 52 million customers.

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PSN to get 20-40 classic Capcom games

PSN to get 20-40 classic Capcom games

Capcom have revealed their plans to introduce as many as forty new PlayStation Network titles over the next few months, comprising a selection of original PS1 titles that have been ported over to the newer Sony consoles, and PSP games now available for download.  According to Capcom's Chris Kramer, users themselves will play a part in choosing which titles will be available first.

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Capcom goes retro with Mega Man 9

Capcom goes retro with Mega Man 9

Back in the NES days I loved to play Mega Man. However, much like Sonic the Hedgehog, as the games continued over the years, I started enjoying them less and less. It's been a few years since I've even touched a Mega Man game (aside from replaying the original last year), but I have to say that I'm excited about what Capcom is doing with Mega Man 9.

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