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Now that everybody's buzzing about the sexy new BlackBerry Z10, mobile gaming giant Gameloft steps up to the plate to ensure gamers considering a switch that they'll be at least 11 games for them to play on their shiny new handset, including The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises and Modern Combat 4. Does this mean I have to start covering BlackBerry gaming too?
Here's what's hitting BlackBerry 10 in the near future from Gameloft:
• N.O.V.A. 3: Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance
• Shark Dash
• Oregon Trail American Settler
• Ice Age Village
• Real Soccer 2013
• The Amazing Spider-Man
• Six Guns
• Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour
• The Dark Knight Rises
• Let's Golf! 3
I cannot afford another phone, people, so let's try to keep it to ports, okay?
Starting today and running through the Thanksgiving weekend, Gameloft is discounting a bunch of its $6.99 titles on Android, iOS and Kindle Fire to $.99, giving us something to do while camping out for Black Friday sales.
As of this writing the Kindle Fire titles are already discounted. Still waiting for the Google Play and iTunes stores to swap out prices. These are some of the best titles Gameloft has to offer, so grab them while you can.
Funny story—I had no idea what Backstab was, and was furious over the gap in my Gameloft game knowledge. Then I realized that it came out during the month I was gone after the birth of my twin sons. Now I'm mad at them instead, jerks.
Here's the sale games!
Boy, was the Lizard ever annoying to fight in this summer's Spider-Man movie tie-in game. You, like me, may have wondered what it might be like to have all that reptilian power at your disposal. New DLC packs will let play as Spider-Man's arch-villain and his co-creator, too.
Four separate packs will hit today, including the Rhino Challenge Pack and Stan Lee Adventure Pack that let you control the giant, horned bad guy as he rages through city as well as letting one of Marvel Comics' chief architects swing through the Big Apple. Those extras were previously pre-order bonuses. Along with those two add-ons, players can also get DLC that lets them crawl as the Lizard as he battles against Oscorp robots or play retro-styled arcade games on Spidey's smartphone. Individually, the DLC packs cost $3.99 for the Lizard and Stan Lee packs or Rhino and Oscorp packs are $2.99 each. You can grab them all for $9.99 on PlayStation Network or Steam. (Sorry, Xbox Live; no deals for you.) If you haven't traded the game in yet, that is.